Join us for Nottingham Central Library’s monthly music and performance programme, ‘Sound at Central’.
For our debut event we’re joined by Bafta award winning TV writer and poet Henry Normal with a ‘distinctly funny’ performance – Time Out Magazine. Following on, we have resident gem in the Nottingham nightlife scene, Jam Cafe taking over our space with a DJ set, and 7 piece band Salmagundi will close the show with an eclectic world music experience.
The café will be open and serving a small section of food and drink for the evening.
Tickets are £10 per person.
‘Bafta Award winning TV Writer and Poet Henry Normal, born in St Ann’s Nottingham, recently received an honorary doctorate of letters from Nottingham Trent University for his work in film, and TV.
He is the founder of Baby Cow Productions and co-wrote the first season of the Royle Family alongside many other popular shows. He performs his poetry both nationally and internationally and has had 12 poetry books published in his career to date.’
Bradley Jam from resident gem in the Nottingham nightlife scene Jamcafé taking over our space with a DJ set!
Formed in 2002, Salmagundi is a band with constantly changing energy. The line up varies from gig to gig but the energy is always there.
Playing an eclectic mix of different musical styles that have influenced their sound, Salmagundi are a world-music band that should not be missed.