From names such as Ian McEwan to Kazuo Ishiguro, UEA has been home to acclaimed and successful authors who have benefited from the university’s prestigious creative writing courses. UEA’s award winning and pioneering MA in creative writing has been...
In his native Sweden, Arne Dahl is known for being a journalist and literary critic as well as a fiction writer. Here in the UK, we know him better for being a giant of the Nordic Noir genre. After...
After its debut at the National Theatre, the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime went on to win countless awards, and was transferred to the West End and Broadway. The play is now being performed all over...
Starting with a gentle session of life music, including unexpected guitar tuning and beautiful duet songs, the fundraiser that Olly Watson and Ella Dorman-Gajic organised was an intimate show that made us all enjoy a night of political messages,...
Sex, virginity, alcohol, parties; social media, food, exercise, dating. These are the maggots that inhabit the teenage mind. Mind Maggots encapsulates all of these things in the story of a group of teenagers who are struggling with how these...
Tania De Rozario’s words have moved me in ways that I never thought possible. I first discovered her when I picked up a copy of her poetry collection called ‘Tender Delirium’ from a small independent bookshop in Singapore. I...