Katie Kemp

Arts, OldVenue

“The Last Confession of Sherlock Holmes”

To take on the revival of such an iconic character as Sherlock Holmes, particularly one so embedded in the British culture, is always a tentative game, under which one must be careful not to get caught in the shadow of one’s predecessor. Kieran Lyne, who graduated from UEA with a BA in History in June…

Arts, OldVenue

On Stage: To Kill a Mockingbird Review

This iconic tale, written in the 1960s as a direct translation of the racial tensions running through Southern America in the 1930s, is one most of us have encountered – or will – at some stage in the course of our lives. It is a tale that resonates for numerous reasons, one being for its…

Arts, OldVenue

New crime writing festival adds the “Noir” to Norwich

From Munich’s Krimi Festival to London’s Nordicana, crime-writing has been a long celebrated genre; cities across the world gather annually to pay homage to this ever-growing genre of writing. However, with the rise of the Scandinavian Crime novel over the past decade, the appeal of crime writing has spread at an epidemic rate. This could…

1 2 3 4 5