Lauren Sant


Supreme court ruling on historic Parliament suspension

The Supreme Court has ruled UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was unlawful. Following this decision the government stated they will “abide by the court’s ruling.” Boris Johnson had attempted to go ahead with a no-deal through proroguing Parliament. It has been suggested the reasoning behind Boris Johnson’s proroguing of Parliament was an…


Eating Disorder charity BEAT to provide training for Norfolk parents

Norwich-based eating disorder charity Beat are partnering with the Norfolk Community Eating Disorder Service to support and advise the families of those trying to care for a child with an eating disorder. Beat are establishing a telephone support line, the provision of advice, and a two-day workshop this month to help parents to understand more…


Laugh at the LCR comedy night returns next semester

UEA’s Laugh at the LCR comedy night will return on Wednesday 23 January 2019 with a host of comedians. Comedy events have witnessed much success in the Freshers programs of the past few years, with Laugh at the LCR formally introduced this current academic year as a source of variety within a very club-heavy programme…


Bonfire Night and Halloween Events announced in City Centre

With both Halloween and Bonfire Night approaching, this year’s events to celebrate the festivities have recently been announced. Norwich’s Halloween Party will take place on Wednesday 31 October from 6pm to 8pm in Chapelfield Gardens. With fancy dress and entertainment, this year’s ‘Spooky City’ event promises an enjoyable evening. Following Spooky City will be Norwich’s…


UEA’s bi-annual Literary Festival returns this autumn

This autumn will bring the return of the Arthur Miller Institute Literary Festival which celebrates literature, media and culture, with special attendances from esteemed playwrights, novelists and biographers.   This year there will be features biographer and memoirist Claire Tomalin, novelist Jonathan Coe – who has written several novels that have been adapted for film…

June 2021
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