Last spring one of the UK’s most reputable theatre institutions, the National Theatre, staged a new production of Macbeth, Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy. Directed by the theatre’s Artistic Director Rufus Norris, the production had a sold-out run in London and...
‘Now, after a civil war'; The provocative setting for Rufus Norris’s controversial adaptation of Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy, Macbeth. Set in a 2020s dystopian Scotland, this touring National Theatre production relies heavily on the spectacle of its disjointed design and...
After the "Beast from the East" had prevented their planned visit in March, the two renowned, award-winning authors Margaret Drabble and Caryl Phillips visited UEA on the 25th of October as part of the 2018 Autumn Literary Festival, for...
The first thing that jumps out at you when watching a Ballet Black performance is how there is not a single white dancer on stage. The ballet industry is one of the least ethnically diverse art sectors and it...
Nightclubbing was an emotional performance full of funky futuristic beats, heart-wrenching spoken word poems and astonishing visuals. All 45 minutes of the piece were unpredictable and thrilling to watch. Featuring the tunes of Grace Jones, the performance is centered...
October is the season of all that is spooky and what better an author with whom to celebrate this time of year than the queen of horror herself, Mary Shelley. Strangely, there was clearly a conscious decision in a...