Expectations were high when UEA’s Festival of Literature for Young People (FLY) was kicked off last Sunday evening at the Maddermarket Theatre. The 2018 Playwright Project consisted of six plays written mainly by secondary school pupils from Alderman Peel...
The National Theatre’s introduction of Smart Caption Glasses is a momentous change in the world of theatre; performances are now accessible to a much wider audience than before. The National Theatre claims that users can experience performances from...
This February Norwich Theatre Royal has the pleasure of welcoming Britt Quentin, the Michigan born star of Thriller: Live to its stage. Though Britt has already performed the lead role 2,320  times in the West End, I wondered if he...
After its debut at the National Theatre, the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime went on to win countless awards, and was transferred to the West End and Broadway. The play is now being performed all over...
Nothing happens. Nobody comes, nobody goes. It’s awful. These are not my words, dear reader, these are the words of Estragon – a character from Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. While this exclamation of frustration seems rather simplistic, it does...
Born in 1953 to a Jewish family in downtown Boston, Nan Goldin is one of the most sincere photographers of her time. Her iconic work, The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (1985), is the diary of her life in New...