When imagination runs wild, even spaghetti can be the strings of a guitar. 17-year-old artist, Kristian Mensa, realised that even the most ordinary objects can be art if you give them a twist. Creating illustrations with his unique perspective,...
“Is this voyeurism?” the artists ask, writing on the walls of a recreated bedroom of Calais’s ‘Jungle’. “Yes”, the same artists reply, questioning the ethics of their form of activism - but it’s necessary. In fact, the whole exhibition was...
Roaring Women: American Writers opens on 4 December after months of preparation by the third-year students on Drama courses at UEA. The festival consists of two main plays, and three curtain raisers written by oft-overlooked female playwrights of the...
Alan Ayckbourn’s How the Other Half Loves is a farcical comedy that centres around three couples: the posh Fiona Foster (Caroline Langrishe) and her bumbling husband Frank (Robert Daws), the dysfunctional and vibrant Teresa and Bob Phillips (Charlie Brooks,...
Exactly what Slava’s Snow Show is is challenging to put into words. One way of looking at it is as a visual spectacle that removes the audience from reality and immerses them in an entirely new, unrecognisable one. It became...
I don’t think I need to tell you that the lake here is beautiful. Nor do I need to tell you that it looks spectacular when the light is low; or when the camera captures the sun’s rays peeking...