Esther Smith

Arts, Venue

Richard Alston’s Dance Company- ‘Final Edition’

Richard Alston’s Dance Company played their last performance at the Norwich Theatre Royal this last weekend. With a variety of performances under the title ‘Final Edition’, it seemed the production’s purpose was to show the spectrum of skill the company possessed. Alston’s company, founded in 1994, has annually performed a display of dance, with Alston…

Arts, Venue

The Break of Day: Wertenbaker season

The Break of Day was one of two third-year drama productions as part of the Wertenbaker season. The play surrounded three women at different points in their careers grappling with the implications of their choices on their personal lives, careers and ideologies. The play was held together by the acting forces of Verity Hodgson-Bajoria as…

Arts, Venue

Acosta Danza Evolution at Norwich Theatre Royal

Acosta Danza Evolution made its European premiere with two dates at the Norwich Theatre Royal on the 28th and 29th of October. I was lucky enough to see the first date and was blown away by the company. Acosta Danza Evolution is a series of four dances by iconic ballet dancer Carlos Acosta’s company, Acosta…

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