Free Market Music: Live From The Royal

Thu 13 May 2021 07:00 PM


Join us for an unforgettable evening of music featuring the best up-and-coming artists from Norwich and Norfolk. All performed live, directly to your sofa! The line-up includes:

Exceptionally talented rapper/vocalist and co-founder of the popular Hip Hop duo Toplinerz, B-MUS is responsible for hard-hitting tracks ‘Out Here’, ‘New Day’ and ‘They Don't Know’ which topped the charts on Radio Channel AKA in 2007. After collaborating with well-known artist and producer Paul Waller on his first demo, B-MUS went on to collaborate with artists such as Big Narstie, Little Dee, Pak-Man, Smiler and Swiss of So Solid. Please Note: Contains language which some viewers might find offensive.

Jon Loser Peach started Love Songs for Losers as a solo acoustic act in 2017. He then teamed up with producer Mark Ferguson to record the band’s debut album ‘Save Your Worship' in Sep 2018. The band spent the 2020 lockdown recording a second album due for release in the summer.

Hailed as one of the most incredible voices around today, an extraordinary songwriter and an unbelievably talented harmonica player, Lisa Jane is an up-and-coming singer songwriter from Norwich. After winning a BBC Radio 1 competition, she supported Mark Ronson at Liverpool's Carling Academy. Her music can be defined Acoustic… Alternative… and most definitely Indie.

The Dove & Boweevil Band are an Americana-Soul duo act based in Norfolk, known for their memorable melodies and eclectic and energising music. Expect soaring vocals from Lauren Dove and raw, gritty guitar from Mark 'Boweevil' Howes, with backing from a mightily accomplished band.

Originally from Dublin, now based in Norwich, Sanguine Sea was founded by singer songwriter Alan A. Redmond. Alan’s music is a rich, emotive and in part autobiographical blend of melodies, described as ‘Scott Walker meets Crowded House in an Irish Bar’.

The entirely Norwich & Norfolk line-up for the Live from the Royal series is part of our commitment to supporting locally-based creatives and showcasing work made in and for Norfolk. For many of the artists involved this will be their first time performing live in over a year, and we share their delight to be celebrating the richness and diversity of creative voices in our city and county.

All performers and crew will receive payment for their involvement; the series is made available free of charge as a means of saying thank you to everyone who has supported Norwich Theatre through this most challenging period.

We very much hope that you enjoy the performance, and encourage you to make a donation, if you can. Your support will enable us to continue to provide creative opportunities for all. To donate, please click here.