I think most of us have at least heard of the UEA Literary Festival, but a crime writing festival in Norwich might come as something of a surprise. Crime writing? Norwich? There are quite a few churches and dodgy...
Knitting: boring, old-fashioned, lonely. Those and many other connotations are often associated with this craft. In reality knitting is anything but. Knitting is not as old-fashioned as you might think. Quite the contrary, knitting seems to be coming back...
Admittedly I have not been to many comedy shows in the past. I have enjoyed the odd TV programme such as Michael McIntrye's Roadshow, but I recently entered Norwich Puppet Theatre to a completely new and different comedy experience,...
Louis Cheslaw reviews Naomi Alderman and Andrew Cowan's turn at the UEA LIterary Festival.
The audience sat eagerly, many with novels in hand from Sharpe to The Warrior Chronicles, waiting to hear from the creator of some of their best-loved novels. Chris Bigsby introduced Bernard Cornwell with his impressive figures of having published more...
Polly Grice reviews a satirical take on Macbeth - don't be put off by the whole thing being in French.