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Glyndebourne’s Il Barbieri Di Siviglia is “a parade of human emotions”

Watching Glyndebourne's adaptation of Rossini's Il Barbieri Di Siviglia at Norwich Theatre Royal felt like catching up with old friends. The director, Annabel Arden,...

Burnham Deepdale Festival Review

Burnham Deepdale Festival is very unassuming. Behind the village’s shop fronts, you are met with a warm, glowing courtyard. It is lined with fairy...

Jarrod Dickenson at OPEN Norwich

Jarrod Dickenson continues to travel from the Lone Star State to Norwich, delivering a master class in blues-infused country every time. I enter OPEN Norwich’s...

Interview with Frankie Poullain (The Darkness)

How are you doing? Are you preparing for the new tour at the moment? I've been doing interview after interview! No, in fact recently...

UEA divest from two fossil fuel companies

The university has said it no longer holds an investment in two fossil fuel companies. A spokesperson said UEA sold holdings worth £320,000 in October...

Norwich Theatre Royal production of Hedda Gabler is “funny and feisty”

While it is always joyful to hear professional British actors mispronounce Norwegian proper names, being a compatriot of Henrik Ibsen is helpful in other...