As my introduction to the Richard Alston Dance Company, 'An Italian in Madrid', 'Tangent' and 'Chacony' were performances that confidently provided proof of the ongoing conversation between music, dance and colour. From the pairing of James Muller and Monique Jonas...
Banks, bodies and water boards; all will be mercilessly satirised in Drama Soc’s excellent production of Joe Orton’s pitch-black farce. Even before the black velvet curtain lifts on our morbid scene, the hearse-wheels of confusion begin to turn. Drama...
My name is Frank Morris and I am currently trying to juggle an American & English Literature degree with making my way as a young artist and illustrator. My course requires me to spend hours and hours reading, but...
Concrete want to wish Phillip Pullman (author of the best-selling children’s series, His Dark Materials.) a very happy 66th birthday.
When Norfolk-based artist Sam Harrons was growing up, he idolised Toasters. In case you were distracted by the inevitable image of a boy watching bread pop out of his beloved kitchen appliance day in and day out: that's Toasters...
UEA’s first encounter of Dennis Kelly’s plays came in the form of a performance of After the End in the basement of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, some years ago. In it, Holly White, Love and Money’s Producer,...