In today’s society, there’s a lot of discourse surrounding art ownership. Does the art belong to the artist once it has been mass-produced and sold in the form of merchandise? Personally, I have always appreciated the anonymous street artist...
The Life & Times of Michael K, written by J.M. Coatzee and told and performed by Norwich’s own The Story Machine, was not your usual play. In fact, it wasn’t really a play at all; it was a celebration...
Early in the morning of October 19 I walked into the exhibition Armistice: Legacy of the Great War in Norfolk at the Norwich Castle Museum, amid the bustle of workers completing the final touches. Artefacts were being encased in...
Magazines and baby clothes are suspended over the left side of the stage at the UEA Drama Studio, and on the right dangles a row of knives. Are these the possible outcomes of a modern relationship? With main characters...
The archive on the 02 floor of the UEA Library is a hidden gem. I found out about it during my first year, at an opportunity event where I met the archivist Justine Mann. Justine’s job is to deal...
When the multi award-winning novelist Rose Tremain, CBE, enters Lecture Theatre 1 on Wednesday 17th of October, a ring of applause erupts from the audience. Christopher Bigsby introduces her as having lived in Norwich for 35 years, and as...