Dougie and I like to think of ourselves as a pair of fairly cultured swines. When we heard that the UEA orchestra and choir were performing Verdi’s Requiem in town, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to pootle down and...
October saw the opening of one of the most exciting exhibitions held at the Courtauld in recent years: “Egon Schiele: the Radical Nude”. The title could not be more fitting; Schiele’s unflinching approach to painting the naked figure is...
On the start of a new year, we are already hit by the dreary news commentary of the pitfalls of 2016. So, we are unsurprisingly walking into 2017 with not quite the usual bouts of optimism. However,  stumbling across...
Harriet Farnham reviews Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, which was recently on at The Playhouse theatre.
Harriet Norman reviews the DramaSoc's performance of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Having seen a meteoric rise in popularity since picking up a ‘Best Newcomer’ nomination at 2006’s Edinburgh fringe festival, comedy duo Cardinal Burns head to Norwich’s Epic Studios on October 16th clutching a British Comedy Award for their prime-time...