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Sunday, April 5, 2020
Picture him. A man in heavy, slightly austere, round-rimmed spectacles. He has a thick bushy moustache. A cat rests on his lap. He is sitting at a desk. A blue monitor flickers in front of him. Books...
Wuthering Heights at Maddermarket Theatre was bold, imaginative and creative.  The reworking focussed on the first part of Emily Bronte’s famous novel and established a fantastic and deeply intense story and connection between Heathcliff...
Having studied the work of Matthew Bourne at college, I was more than excited to be given the opportunity to review his retelling of The Red Shoes at the Norwich Theatre Royal. Being unfamiliar with both the...
Descending into the entry hall of the Sainsburys Centre’s cavernous underbelly is like sinking your toes into the surf upon the shoreline of a windswept British coast. The world feels different here - it is defined by...
On the 12th of February at UEA’s Literary festival, Isabel Allende talked about her new book, (A Long Petal of the Sea), which discusses love, relationships, optimism in these dark times and as always, stories. However, she tenderly defined them as...
Curtains: A Musical Comedy is playing at the Norwich Theatre Royal from Tuesday the 11th to Saturday the 15th of February. With the early song, ‘What Kind of Man?’ (a denunciation of critics featured in the...