From a certain point of the day, swearing is censored from television and bodies are carefully pixelated to preserve modesty. These barriers are created to protect the modern day audiences. In adolescence in particular, there is a fixation on...
Wednesday 20th February will see The Literary Festival entertaining Tessa Hadley, whose latest novel, Late in the Day, which tells the story of four friends in their fifties, and the turn their lives take after one of them dies...
In a massive step for diversity, ballet shoes for black and Asian dancers have been released in the UK for the first time. The shoes used to only be available in the limited colours pink and cream, but can...
Jeremy Vine lectured as part of UEA's Literature Festival, and left the audience captivated.
The Minotaur Theatre Company is back at the UEA drama studio performing their first production of the semester - Love and Money by Dennis Kelly, under the direction of Martha Geelan. It was a few years ago when the...
The lights dim. Ian McEwan walks down towards the stage from the right-hand side of the auditorium. No applause. He and Chris Bigsby reach the stage, and sit down facing each other across the small table. Then Bigsby casually...