Directed by James Robert Carson, last nights performance of The Love of Nightingale at UEA’s Drama Studio, was incredible. From brilliant set-design to fantastic acting, the production was immersive and thought-provoking. It tells the story of two sisters split apart by...
Giuseppe Verdi is reported to have felt Rigoletto was his best work, and while his repertoire is extensive, it is hard to disagree with the great man. Corrupt courtiers, assassins, stormy nights, and innocence in jeopardy, all centred on...
The Break of Day was one of two third-year drama productions as part of the Wertenbaker season. The play surrounded three women at different points in their careers grappling with the implications of their choices on their personal lives,...
Rachel Sargeant is quickly rising the ranks in psychological thrillers, with her novel ‘The Perfect Neighbours’, becoming a top ten Kindle bestseller. Now she talks to us ahead of the release of her upcoming novel, ‘The Roomates’.  Sargeant’s new novel...
For as long as I can remember, my favourite festive literature has been JRR Tolkien’s Letters from Father Christmas. Every Christmas, children write to St. Nicholas about their wishes. This book tells us what he would say if he...
The finale of this year’s Autumn Literature Festival marks the end of an era, as Chris Bigsby stands down from his leadership position, and the Arthur Miller Institute begins to evolve over the coming months. In a truly touching...