Written by Katie Stockton and directed by Molly Farley and Magda Bird, “Daughters of England” is a stage adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s lesser-known short story “A Society”. Similarly to Woolf’s narrative, the play follows a group of female friends...
After the "Beast from the East" had prevented their planned visit in March, the two renowned, award-winning authors Margaret Drabble and Caryl Phillips visited UEA on the 25th of October as part of the 2018 Autumn Literary Festival, for...
‘White, male and middle class.’ There’s always something so poignant about a power of three to emphasise a point, isn’t there? But perhaps the use of the word ‘power’ here may also emphasise a hint of irony, for this...
UEA men’s third hockey team had to come from behind at the Sportspark to beat Dereham thirds 4-2 in an end-to-end affair and extend their unbeaten season so far. Captain Dan Mcmahon was the star for a UEA side which...
Universities UK (UUK) have published their latest report on patterns and trends in higher education for 2018. The report covers the academic year for 2016-17, a total of 2,316,475 students were studying at higher education establishments within the UK. At little...
The yoga club is one of UEA’s largest sport clubs with an annual intake of over 200 members. All genders, all levels, all abilities are welcome. They are an inclusive club which offers 12 sessions a week in a...