Rambert is one of the oldest dance companies in Britain and this year’s autumn tour shows just what such an experienced group can do. Consisting of three dances each carrying their own themes and emotions through amazing contemporary choreography...
Whenever I get into a discussion about print culture, I always have to bite my tongue to stop myself saying “well, since the invention of the printing press in the fifteenth century…” and enter into a lengthy description of...
Tucked away at the far end of UEA campus, where the space transforms from compact and practical to vast and aesthetic, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a building obviously designed to set itself apart. It’s not only...
Nearly 3,000 years since he was immortalized in Homer's epic The Iliad, the Greek hero Achilles is still getting literary makeovers. He has appeared in Dante's Inferno, Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida and the Captain Marvel comic-book series. A recent...
Flo Reynolds debates the place, worth and point of art in modern society.
Pantomime is fantastical and enchanting. It weaves the modern with the traditional for all to enjoy. Richard Gauntlett’s Sleeping Beauty is a piece collective of family fun, politics and popular culture. It tells the story of a young girl...