An evening of theatre focused on male suicide and mental health plants an expectation in one’s mind. I was anticipating a production that would pack a punch and affect me strongly, and this double bill did just that. I...
It’s unlikely you’ve heard of Gina Miller because of her work in investment management or philanthropy. Most people probably know her as the lead claimant in the historic case against the Prime Minister to give Parliament a say on...
This weekend Amplify Theatre, a new and up-and-coming amateur theatre group based in Norwich, will put on their first production of the year: the double bill ‘Breathing Corpses’ by Laura Wade and ‘Tommy’ by Sebastian Garbacz, both plays discussing...
UEA Drama Society’s annual Spotlights Festival is two days of eight new short plays written, directed, and produced by Drama Society members. Here’s Ella Dorman-Gajic’s reviews of Thursday night’s plays: Conquistador by Jonny Davidson Hitmen Dan and Stewart sit...
I started reading She Used To Be On A Milk Carton expecting it to follow the trend of contemporary feminist poetry popularised by Rupi Kaur and the like. Despite probably being a pleasant read in the moment, I thought...
In the eighth and ninth centuries, the area of East Anglia was particularly vulnerable to invasion from Vikings sailing across the North Sea. With fertile land conveniently located facing the southern part of Scandinavia, the invasion of East Anglia...