Last week, UEA had the pleasure of welcoming Bernard Hill, best known for his roles in Lord of the Rings and Titanic, into Lecture Theatre One as part of the UEA Literary Festival. The interview began with a glimpse into...
You’ve probably seen her work before on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and a multitude of other social media sites; her artwork is as distinctive as it is honest and revealing. Ruby, 21, has been making art since she dropped out...
This week in Arts history: Germaine Greer, feminist, academic, journalist and critic.
It was always going to be difficult to live up to Audrey Hepburn, and there is a good reason that she — complete with subtly streaked, perfectly pinned up-do — is still the poster icon for Truman Capote’s classic...
To stage a show with just one-third useable stage is available is a bold move for any production company, with the majority of the stage for Theatre Royal’s ‘Chicago’ was occupied by a large stand for the eleven-person orchestra...
You may remember Danielle Hope from all the way back in 2010, when she first donned the ruby slippers that would send her skipping down the yellow brick road, towards the successful career in musical theatre which was standing...