Our regular column this time examines Judy Chicago and The Dinner Party, one of the most siginficant works of feminist art ever made.
Alan Cochrane brought his fierce, fast paced comedy to Norwich recently. He's a bit like a pub regualr, but not as mad.
Sebastian Faulks explained the ideas and inspiration behind his most recent novel, A Possible Life.
Ranjana Ghatak Quartet and Seb Rochford and Kit Downes Duo perform at Norwich Arts Centre.
Amelia Edwards reviews Sir Cecil Beaton's exhibition of Queen Elizabeth II, currently at Norwich Castle.
Has the digital age undermined a writer's ability to stimulate the reader's imagination?