“When something like that is going on in front of you you might want to look away but you’re so riveted you won’t be able to” – Persephone Swales-Dawson “It makes people feel alive in a way - that prospect...
The newly founded UEA Art History Society are excited to announce their debut exhibition ‘Connection’, taking place from March 15th-17th at Nunn’s Yard, just a stone’s throw away from Norwich Playhouse. The event is in collaboration with local charity...
I’ll be the first UEA student to admit that I’ve never spent much time at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, or any art gallery in fact. I thought them to be a space for individuals much older than...
Katie Stockton interviewed Hal Bennet, Musical Director and Molly Farley, Director of UEA’S upcoming production: Sweet Charity. Firstly: Why Sweet Charity? H: I wanted to do something like Chicago but with the grandeur of Les Mis. And then I asked Molly to...
Before last week, the most I had heard about Marlon James was praise for his 2014 novel A Brief History of Seven Killings, which won the Man Booker Prize and seemed to me like one of those books that...
Minotaur Theatre Company’s ‘Femfest’ is running from March 4th to March 10th all over the UEA Campus. A feminist festival that is all about women and theatre, ‘Femfest’ has such a variety of events that there will be something...