A night at The Waterfront
Established by Norwich City Council in 1990, The Waterfront was taken over by the University of East Anglia Student’s Union after an unsuccessful start. Today, it’s thrived as a centre for live music in the city, boasting illustrious performances from Nirvana, the Arctic Monkeys, Amy Winehouse, Elbow, The Prodigy and more. Aside from the great live venues, the Waterfront is also home to some excellent alternative and indie club nights.
Norwich - a little-known home of the arts
If The Waterfront is what draws you to Norwich, then be sure to make time for some of its other great arts venues. Theatres like the Norwich Playhouse and Norwich Theatre Royal, along with community music venues like the Norwich Arts Centre and The Forum, make this city a true hotbed for creative expression in East Anglia.
Be fascinated by the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is an incredible public art museum set Near the University of East Anglia, with its own sculpture garden and pieces of outdoor art from Henry Moore. With a wide range of pieces spanning several time periods and styles, whether you know a little or a lot about art, you’re sure to enjoy a trip to the Sainsbury Centre.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near The Waterfront? Travelodge Norwich Central Riverside Hotel is a ten-minute walk away, and Travelodge Norwich Central Hotel can be reached in 15 minutes via public transport.