Rachel Sargeant is quickly rising the ranks in psychological thrillers, with her novel ‘The Perfect Neighbours’, becoming a top ten Kindle bestseller. Now she talks to us ahead of the release of her upcoming novel, ‘The Roomates’.  Sargeant’s new novel...
For as long as I can remember, my favourite festive literature has been JRR Tolkien’s Letters from Father Christmas. Every Christmas, children write to St. Nicholas about their wishes. This book tells us what he would say if he...
The finale of this year’s Autumn Literature Festival marks the end of an era, as Chris Bigsby stands down from his leadership position, and the Arthur Miller Institute begins to evolve over the coming months. In a truly touching...
Incredible dancing was just one of the highlights of the Northern Ballet’s performance of Cinderella. It is currently being shown at Norwich Theatre Royal and is running from the 26th of November until the 30th.  To my initial surprise and...
All about The Love of the Nightingale, and the Break of Day, from the cast members themselves. Jess Lester, who plays Procne in The Love of the Nightingale and also works on set construction would describe the play’s key themes...
Arts Vote: 100% yes Jess Barrett  Literature that was created centuries, even decades ago, is still politically and historically relevant as it reflects the society at the time and shows the reader how much modern society has developed. Martha Griffiths  Pretending the past...