You’ll struggle to take two steps at UEA without seeing EXODUS somewhere. UEA drama’s third-year production always draws attention, and this year was no exception with the Caucasian Chalk Circle and Ella Dorman-Gajic’s face at every corner. The thirteenth-century...
Before watching Matthew Bourne's production of Swan Lake, my friend who was with me in the audience told me that her grandmother greatly disapproved of men in tights on stage. She would have hated this gender-swapping version of Swan...
Joshua Resoun reviews a recent comedy night, featuring UEA's own comedy club, Headlights, and sketches from London-based act Delete the Banjax.
An evening of theatre focused on male suicide and mental health plants an expectation in one’s mind. I was anticipating a production that would pack a punch and affect me strongly, and this double bill did just that. I...
Georgina Munn reviews the latest of UEA's literary events.
Having seen a meteoric rise in popularity since picking up a ‘Best Newcomer’ nomination at 2006’s Edinburgh fringe festival, comedy duo Cardinal Burns head to Norwich’s Epic Studios on October 16th clutching a British Comedy Award for their prime-time...