• The Jungle Brothers

    Tue. 30 September 2013 | 8 PM

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    It’s hard to believe it’s been twenty years since the Jungle Brothers and their Native Tongues movement swept hip-hop off its feet. Twenty tumultuous years, some gloriously high, some depressingly low, but while others of their ilk have floundered and fallen by the wayside, the Jungle Brothers soldier on.

    In a genre where many talk of longevity, but few attain that level of durability; the American hip hop pioneers have achieved just that without succumbing to passing fads that slide snake-like in and out of rap. They remain true to themselves and their beloved art.

    Location:
    Norwich: Norwich Arts Centre, 51 St. Benedicts St, NR2 4PG
    Admission:
    Tickets £16. Available from Norwich Arts Centre or UEA box office
    Telephone:
    01603 660 352
    Accessibility:
    Level access to most areas. Disabled-access toilet. Hearing loop.
    Website:
    The Jungle Brothers

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