Intergalactic missions, high-tech rockets and a failed power point: writer and director Molly Naylor cleverly captures the complexities of modern space science through the lens of Maggie, an astronomer living with bipolar disorder. Emotionally moving and intellectually stimulating, this...
Las Maravillas de Mali is not as simple as just music, but listening, singing, dancing, enveloping, experiencing and becoming music. Their concerts are more than a gathering of people; instead, they are feeling. Original member Boncana Maïga leads the...
On May 18th, the author W. G. ‘Max’ Sebald would have turned 75. Several events commemorating the author will take place throughout the last spring month, and this week saw the opening of two separate exhibitions on Sebald, as...
In a world where everything is uncertain, in a time where everything is unstable, how do we find our direction in life? Do we turn to culture? Do we return to our roots? This innovative dance production, Blak Whyte...
After the cancellation of her original date, Tracey Thorn, rather than open the 2019 Spring Literary Festival, came to ‘bury it’ to use her own words. In conversation with senior Creative Writing lecturer Henry Sutton, Thorn, one half of...
Damian Barr is introduced by James Robert Carson, a senior lecturer for drama here at UEA, with a quote from a review of his new book and third published work, You Will Be Safe Here – ‘only someone who...