Tucked away at the far end of UEA campus, where the space transforms from compact and practical to vast and aesthetic, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a building obviously designed to set itself apart. It’s not only...
Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler is currently brought to tour by the National Theatre and is set to visit Norwich from 7-11 November. The production, centred on a free-spirited, newly married women who feels trapped in her new relationship, takes the audience on...
When I went to a publishing workshop and asked what I should do to become an editor of translations, I was told to start by going to the London Book Fair. It seemed like a bizarre suggestion to me...
UEA Drama Society put on an enjoyable production, extending their good reputation.
Divided, a one-night play, was performed on International Women’s Day (8th March) as part of FemFest, a week of events run by the Minotaur Theatre Company that celebrates women within and outside of the company. Co-directed by writer Ella...
Matthew Bourne’s Lord of the Flies started with a bang. Literally. The stage is dimly lit and on the unusually simple set sits a number of level platforms and a giant warehouse door standing open at the back, with...