Dolly Carter

Film, Venue

Rocketman: the journey from Reginald Dwight to Elton John

“I was in the cinema for about 15 minutes before I started crying… really sobbing, in that loud, unguarded, emotionally destroyed way”. Upon viewing the rough cut of his biopic ‘Rocketman’, Elton John was completely overcome by emotion; it seems that this was an extremely vulnerable process for him, which makes it unsurprising that the…


Government support package for universities disappoints

On the 4 May, Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson, announced a package of measures to protect the higher education sector from the impact of coronavirus. Although they were drawn from proposals from the universities sector, and were intended to safeguard students and help universities, many fear that the financial measures do not go far enough and…


Hundreds to be tested

UEA Medical School has designed a new COVID-19 test for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH). As hundreds of people are set to be tested daily, it is hoped that this would aid Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s pledge of 100,000 tests a day. Dr Stuart Rushworth from Norwich Medical School detailed that the tests…


Are guidebooks a dying format?

The humble guidebook has remained a staple of travel for generations, offering information on the best sights, activities, accommodation options, and local cuisine, to ensure that the traveller makes the most of their journey. However, hard-copy guidebooks have now been rendered largely obsolete by the emergence of digital technology, forcing publishers to find new ways…


The first digital Earth Day

April 22 marked the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, a day where millions of people join together to flood the world with hope, optimism and action. Typically, Earth Day consists of marches, clean-ups and petitions; however, this year, it looked a little different. Prompted by the Santa Barbara oil spill, the first Earth Day was…

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