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    Hey Everyone,

    Me and a bunch of my mates are coming up to Norwich for a Saturday night out and being Norwich 'noobies' have no idea where the best/busiest places to go on a Saturday night are. If anyone could pitch some opinions that would be great!

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    (Original post by aevers14)
    Hey Everyone,

    Me and a bunch of my mates are coming up to Norwich for a Saturday night out and being Norwich 'noobies' have no idea where the best/busiest places to go on a Saturday night are. If anyone could pitch some opinions that would be great!

    Thanks
    I think
    Clubbers do not come to TSR
    TSRarians do not go clubbing
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    My girlfriend says that there's a few gay clubs in Norwich that put on some decent nights.
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    (Original post by aevers14)
    Hey Everyone,

    Me and a bunch of my mates are coming up to Norwich for a Saturday night out and being Norwich 'noobies' have no idea where the best/busiest places to go on a Saturday night are. If anyone could pitch some opinions that would be great!

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    Hello! A few recommendations from our students for nights out in Norwich (not all bars/night clubs) can be found here on our website: https://www.uea.ac.uk/study/undergra...rwich-by-night
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    Not sure TSR really captures the key demographic where regular club-goers are concerned amigo :beard:

    Understand the Linton Travel Tavern is pretty buzzing, of a Saturday, mind :gah:



    (Original post by University of East Anglia)
    Hello! A few recommendations from our students for nights out in Norwich (not all bars/night clubs) can be found here on our website: https://www.uea.ac.uk/study/undergra...rwich-by-night
    An HE institution paying someone to randomly post links about night-life on a student forum? World's changed since I were a lad (higher fees now, nice to know they're being well spent)!:mute:
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    An HE institution paying someone to randomly post links about night-life on a student forum? World's changed since I were a lad (higher fees now, nice to know they're being well spent)!:mute:
    Hi Foo. Talking to the student community is just what a Higher Education institution should be doing, we make no apologies for doing that
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    (Original post by University of East Anglia)
    Talking to the student community is just what a Higher Education institution should be doing
    Agreed, albeit as productively (efficiently) as possible, and ideally predominantly with an educational focus, I'm sure we'd agree!

    we make no apologies for doing that
    I gather that when it comes to fleecing students/dubious expenditures many unis are reluctant to make any apologies :mmm:

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    I've mixed feelings about what I'm seeing in terms of your post/the broader cultural changes it's is somewhat emblematic of; I've worked in an HE setting and am aware of the importance of student engagement/the soft sell a la student experience :yy:
 
 
 
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