Just a month after the end of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival the city will come alive again with music, singing, and street theatre with this summer’s Head Out Not Home events! And you could be part of it!
Norwich Business Improvement District (BID) and NORCA are working together to deliver the Head Out, Not Home events which will take place every Thursday evening (weather permitting) from 5 July to 6 September. Each Thursday, across five different city centre locations between 5pm and 8pm there will be live music from local bands, singers and songwriters and street theatre and entertainment from world famous Covent Garden performers! Now in its sixth-year Head Out, Not Home is establishing itself as a major cultural feast of entertainment in the city centre’s calendar and has a keen following!
Norwich BID and NORCA are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking people to help run these events each Thursday throughout the summer – could this be you? There is a mixture of roles on offer from Stage Managers to Set Up and Event Stewards. The roles start at different times throughout the evening with the earliest ones starting at 2.45pm and the late shift finishing at 9pm. The programme of events run for 10 weeks however Norwich BID and NORCA are looking for volunteers who can commit for three to five weeks.
To apply, or for more information, please contact Cathie Davies, Operations Manager, NORCA on 07800 856642, 01603 760529 (option 1) or [email protected]
For more information please contact Rachael Fretter, Marketing and Communications Manager, Norwich BID, [email protected] 01603 559573
About Norwich BID
Established in November 2012, the Norwich Business Improvement District (BID) is run for local businesses by local businesses. It is a simple, tried and tested way of increasing economic prosperity for companies of all sizes through collaboration. The BID covers a defined area of Norwich where businesses plan how to improve their trading environment, identifying additional projects and services that develop the city centre and trade. Norwich BID is a not for profit company limited by guarantee funded by a levy on its member businesses.
NORCA’s vision is that Culture and Creativity builds communities. Our mission is to positively transform individuals, communities and the spaces they share through community based, high quality arts and cultural engagement and participation.
We seek to improve the social and economic well-being of Norwich and Norfolk’s communities through maximising individual learning, community engagement, empowerment and active citizenship through creative and cultural engagement and participation.