At one point in The Commitments, a review is quoted which describes the band as ‘a good time’, and this eloquently sums up tonight’s experience at Norwich Theatre Royal. The musical, based on the book by Roddy Doyle, and...
As Stephen Fry descends the stairs of Lecture Theatre 1, a strange awed hush falls over the crowd. Fry notices this effect he has, a reaction he must be used to by now, and responds with a gentle jab...
A recent Primary Colours report by British socialist organisation The Fabian Society has stated that there is significantly less arts education in primary schools now than in 2010. The report calls for immediate changes to be made to arts...
With the end of another Creative Writing MA programme has come another edition of the always anticipated anthologies.
Making her return to UEA for the first time in six years, Tracey Thorn will be getting this year’s Spring Literary Festival underway, coinciding with the release of her second memoir: Another Planet: A Teenager in Suburbia. On finding...
Harriet Norman gives a run through of great artists and their addiction.