In a world where everything is uncertain, in a time where everything is unstable, how do we find our direction in life? Do we turn to culture? Do we return to our roots? This innovative dance production, Blak Whyte...
Jennifer Grimes pays tribute to George Orwell in this fortnight's This Week in Arts History.
Halloween is long gone, but thankfully a little bit of horror is always in season. The House on Cold Hill, based on Peter James’ novel, centres around a family who have moved from Brighton to an abandoned monk’s abbey...
World War II was a pivotal event in the modern history of social change. In many ways, it was the changes that took place in World War II that led to todays array of LGBTQ communities and movements. The...
The latest Café Conversation discussed the difficulty writers face in balancing historical fact with entertaining fiction. Chloe Seager reports back and shares her thoughts.
“If you try to write for the market, by then, the market will have changed” laughs Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott, former UEA Creative Writing MA graduate, whose debut novel tackles Truman Capote’s friendship with the ‘Swans’, a dazzling but troubled group...