Most people think of Vincent Van Gogh as the stereotypical tortured artist - the guy who cut off his own ear. He’s a popular figure in art, but to anyone not doing an art history or an art degree,...
After the eight record-breaking years of War Horse’s London West End show, it was high expectations for another of Morpurgo’s adaptations. The ingenuity of life-size puppetry was without-a-doubt sure to create a nightly spectacle for the runaway success, so...
Direct from its great success in London, the all-singing, all-dancing, spectacular production of Top Hat, winning three Olivier awards, returns to Norwich for the beginning of this April. This production, based on Irving Berlin and RKO’s Hollywood motion picture,...
Matthew Bourne is a genius. There is no other way to summarise the magnificent performance of Edward Scissorhands, which celebrated its first major revival at the Theatre Royal in Norwich this Tuesday. The ‘New Adventures’ production certainly lived up...
First taken by Jonathan Yeo in 2001, the role of Election Artist is a relatively new position, where artists are commissioned to create artworks throughout the campaign of the UK’s General Election and create a final piece for the...
After the Globe’s stunning production of this play, starring Roger Allam as Falstaff and Jamie Parker as Hal, all subsequent productions are bound to be compared to it. This evening’s rendition, however, by the Royal Shakespeare Company, at Norwich...