A prince called Jason. A jacket that sparkles. A death. ‘Moonfleece’ (dir. Ash Strain and Abbie Darrah) is a play about a group of people from different backgrounds coming together to conduct a séance for a man that inextricably links...
Hard work and lots of laughs are the only way to describe the propelling forces behind the Drama Society’s 2019 production of Ordinary Days directed by Zoe Callow, with musical direction by Matthew Snow. This one-act musical follows the intersecting lives...
The Lovely Bones is dazzling audiences with its extraordinary staging and clever representation of the plotline. Charlotte Beaumont (acting as Susie Salmon) brought Alice Sebold’s debut novel to life, taking the audience through her brutal murder. The story followed...
Listening to the backdrop of oystercatcher calls just beyond the Cley Marshes visitor centre, surrounded by a gallery of birding photography, I pulled out my pen and prepared. Moving into a new house for second year, and having been faced...
I think not judging a book by its cover can be a load of nonsense. Yes, you shouldn’t make your mind up on its cover alone, but a little bit of aesthetic bias is never too harmful. I’ve got a...
A name carries weight. In an almost entirely visual medium, the title of an art piece can be crucial to adding further context of a piece, offering a fragment of the artist’s thought process in the creation of their...