Harriet Norman

Arts, OldVenue

Review: Top Hat Musical at Norwich Theatre Royal

Direct from its great success in London, the all-singing, all-dancing, spectacular production of Top Hat, winning three Olivier awards, returns to Norwich for the beginning of this April. This production, based on Irving Berlin and RKO’s Hollywood motion picture, is adapted for the stage fantastically by Mathew White and Howard Jacques, bringing with it all…

Arts, OldVenue

Review: ‘Dead Simple’ at Norwich Theatre Royal

Peter James’ chilling story of betrayal and murder has been successfully adapted by Shaun McKenna into a powerful dramatic production directed by the talented Ian Talbot. The action of the story begins with Michael Harrison (Jamie Lomas), a successful property developer who has it all; a beautiful fiancée – Ashley, rich lifestyle and good friends….

Arts, OldVenue

Review: Bernard Cornwell at UEA Literary Festival

The audience sat eagerly, many with novels in hand from Sharpe to The Warrior Chronicles, waiting to hear from the creator of some of their best-loved novels. Chris Bigsby introduced Bernard Cornwell with his impressive figures of having published more than 50 books, sold more than 20 million copies and had his books translated into…

Arts, OldVenue

Northern Ballet’s Cinderella: Dancers in the Spotlight

Cinderella is the Northern Ballet’s newest production to be gracing the Norwich Theatre Royal stage from 7th to 11th October this year.Full of the magic that makes Cinderellaan everlasting fairy tale, the Northern Ballet’s performance is a dazzling production under the direction of David Nixon. But behind the beautiful scenes created by set designer Duncan…

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