Norwich Arts Centre Weddings

Reasons to attend ‘A Love Thing’ wedding fair at Norwich Arts Centre

Back in Feb I worked with an amazing team to pull together a shoot with a dreamy retro vibe – think a little bit 70’s disco, a big chunk of Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla, lots of direct flash and real film photos. Besides which, it was some of Norwich’s coolest suppliers catering to a stylish, alternative set who choose just how they want to get married.

Enter ‘A Love Thing’ – a new indie wedding fair from the team at Norwich Arts Centre and Kate, the creative mastermind behind I Like Pens – super cool wedding stationary. It’s happening on April 28th at Norwich Arts Centre, it’s free but ticketed and there’s a quiet hour between 3-4pm. If you’re getting married in Norwich or Norfolk and are sick of all the traditional wedding fairs, then I’d definitely recommend hitting up this. The aim is for it to be inclusive and independently minded, and to celebrate love in all it’s forms. Anyway, the promo images are below so enjoy!



Norwich Arts centre has played host to all kinds of legends over the years – back when I was a teen it was also the location of one of my first gigs (Urusei Yatsura if anyone was into late 90s obscure lofi bands from Glasgow) so I love the fact you can hire it as a wedding venue. Since it’s regeneration a few years back, the windows in the auditorium have been opened up, so the space is now flooded with natural light during the day, and still feels kinda rock and roll by night and the original parquet floor has been restored to it’s former glory. It’s at once relaxed, grand, historic and right in the centre of town. Whilst they have a bar, they don’t have a kitchen, so you can work with a variety of recommended local caterers.

Norwich Arts Centre is also licensed for civil ceremonies, though at each of the weddings I’ve photographed (or attended – yes I’ve been a guest here and it was hella fun) they chose to hold their wedding ceremony elsewhere – Dragon Hall and Becketts Chapel


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