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Arts

Running Wild

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 it would be no different for Samuel Adamson’s adaptation of Running Wild, presented by Children’s Touring…

Arts

An interview with the cast of TOCKA

UEA’s school of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing presents this year’s third year production of: TOCKA- A Triptych of Russian plays. Third year Drama students rediscover Three Classic Russian Plays: The Storm, The Fruits of Enlightenment and The Cherry Orchard, running from the 6th-10th December. VENUE spent some time with the cast to find out a…

Arts, OldVenue

Is Drama Important?

For thousands of years, drama has been an instinctive part of human nature. The Greeks encouraged the art of storytelling, an essential part of life that has provided us with a source of entertainment. Today it has evolved to films, television and theatre- all of which are regarded as primary functions of a society in…

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