Set in the classroom of a secondary school, Extremism tells the story a group of teenagers who have just discovered that their classmate Jamal has been taken by ‘Prevent’, a governmental organisation which aims to prevent people from becoming...
The warnings on the theatre doors of ‘strobe lighting’ are my first clue that Mamma Mia! is more than just a musical, and it is the first sign that I going to be both literally and figuratively dazzled. This is...
The 2nd of March will mark a momentous day, with the launch of UEA’s first Book Fair.  It takes place in the LCR, from 10am until 4pm. Celebrating World Book Day, the Book Fair aims to promote the magic of...
The Red Shoes was an absolutely brilliant production. The set was spectacular, the cast portrayed their characters with incredible depth, the little symbolisms and metaphors that Matthew Bourne injected into the performance were moving, and the music was powerful. When...
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...
Sexuality has been a recurrent theme in visual arts since ancient times; paintings and ceramics involved erotic and sexually explicit scenes. In Ancient Greece, though  both masculine and female nudity was portrayed as idealised and mathematically proportioned, explicit sexuality...