Brian Clarke, a visiting professor of Architectural Art at University College London, is described in the Sainsbury Centre programme as “one of the most important artists working in stained glass”, and his designs has decorated a wide variety of...
The Bloody Livid Theatre Company presents: How to Make Friends in Hollywood, a one-woman show written and directed by Geronimo Bennington-Poulter, performed by Nyree Williams. Nyree plays a variety of characters, including ageing Hollywood starlet Lindsey Ordell, her daughter Keira,...
UEA graduate Emma Healey sold over a million copies of her debut novel, Elizabeth is Missing, a psychological mystery narrated by the heroine who has dementia. It was the winner of the Costa First Novel Award 2014, and shortlisted...
With the performance of Cinderella in Hollywood, the Norwich Theatre Royal was treated to yet another theatrical world premiere, this time drawing inspiration from the 1950s. The show is inspired by the glamorous allure of Hollywood’s film studios and...
The play’s director, Ned Caderni, writes in a note to the audience, ‘Ian McKellen once said that young people shouldn’t ever play Vanya… oops’! But despite ignoring the words of the actor who brings Gandalf’s wisdom alive, Inkwell’s adaption of...
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...