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Katie Kemp

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As a final year Literature and Philosophy student, Katie can be found either with her head buried in a pile of books, or planning the next trip abroad. She enjoys discovering new places, and has been known to jump on a train at a moment’s notice. Sometimes she might be a little over-ambitious, but she’s always willing to step up to a new challenge.

Helen MacDonald at UEA Spring Literary Festival

There’s something unexpected about Helen MacDonald's H is for Hawk. From the synopsis I was first given I was somewhat indifferent to the...

Preview: UEA Spring Literary Festival

Once again a collection of writers join the walkways of UEA for a celebration of the nation’s great literary prowess. Last semester saw the...

Liam Mower: Putting On the Scissorhands

Matthew Bourne has often been regarded for his idiosyncratic adaptations of classic tales. He blends various genres of dance in a daring way which...

the haunting of the psyche

Katie Kemp is pumped about the stage play of The Woman in Black before it arrives at Norwich Theatre Royal in February

“Dead Simple”: Peter James resurrects Detective Roy Grace for his latest stage adaptation

Crime fiction has always been a genre of intrigue. On glancing over the carefully arranged display of 'bestsellers' at the local bookshop, you'd be...

“You can leave your hat on” – The Full Monty at Norwich Theatre Royal

When The Full Monty first dominated our screens in 1997, there was a certain poignancy to the film which allowed it to resonate strongly...