Exactly what Slava’s Snow Show is is challenging to put into words. One way of looking at it is as a visual spectacle that removes the audience from reality and immerses them in an entirely new, unrecognisable one. It became...
George Rennisons’ Gays in Plays celebrated LGBT playwrights in an expertly curated evening of celebration. The event included a selection of plays across the decades, ranging from the 1960s to present day. Assisted by Sian Evans, a tutor in Creative Writing at UEA, the informal...
This House by James Graham is currently on tour after a top-rated run at the National theatre and runs at Norwich Theatre Royal from the 8th to 12th May. So, I took the opportunity to speak to Natalie Grady...
The archive on the 02 floor of the UEA Library is a hidden gem. I found out about it during my first year, at an opportunity event where I met the archivist Justine Mann. Justine’s job is to deal...
Christmas is the holiday where everyone becomes an artist, whether they like it or not. Ignore how hemmed in you may be by the repetitive palette of greens, reds and snowy whites, and ignore how rubbish you are at...
Coming up this Wednesday to the Spring Literary Festival is Marlon James, the critically-acclaimed author who is perhaps best known for his third novel A Brief History of Seven Killings, which won the 2015 Man Booker Prize. The author’s...