Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Kimberley Moore and SinkYa Teeth will perform at our anniversary celebrations

It's time to introduce the musicians that will be playing at our fifth anniversary celebrations on the 7th March at the Norwich Arts Centre. We have four amazing acts: Karen Reilly from The Neutrinos, Emily Winng, Sink Ya Teeth and Kimberley Moore. Here's some info about Sink Ya Teeth and Kimberley. More about the others to follow!
All of our performers, writers and musicians are giving their time for free on the night, in order for us to raise funds for future Words And Women projects and also the worthwhile charity Women For Refugee Women which challenges the injustices experienced by women who seek asylum in the UK. We can't thank everybody enough. It promises to be a fantastic night. Please come along and support us all. Tickets are a snap at £5 and you can order them in advance from the NAC website

Sink Ya Teeth are Norwich-based two-piece, Gem Cullingford and Maria Uzor on bass/guitar and drums/keyboards respectively. Formed at the tail end of 2015 from a mutual love of late 20th century pop culture and a desire to create songs that you can dance to, the pair have coupled the uniquely unsettling vocals of ex-Girl In A Thunderbolt Maria with the heavy bass lines of ex-Kaito Gem to form a powerful and mesmerising two-piece, minimal in sound, but with a crystalline primal ferociousness that reflects the band's name.

Kimberley Moore sings beautifully, performs, creates and facilitates. From the depths of Suffolk Kimberley writes serious (ish) lyrical songs that will touch your hearts and take you on a journey of surreality. 

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