Richard Alston’s Dance Company played their last performance at the Norwich Theatre Royal this last weekend. With a variety of performances under the title ‘Final Edition’, it seemed the production’s purpose was to show the spectrum of skill the company...
As I sit down on a comfortable red cushioned chair, in St. Andrews Hall Plain, I am fascinated by the grandeur of this building. This space strongly resembles a cathedral, with its high ceilings and beautiful detailing running along...
With just one room, some plastic chairs, and the occasional dead-body, this eclectic comedy journeyed through a succession of wacky events flowing in and out of Bookable Room 12. The opening of the play welcomes us into a student-theatre-style...
It may seem bold to claim that everybody likes musicals. I know people who say that they won’t go near one if a gun was pointed at their heads. Yet, I still think that these people, deep down, like...
Adamovich and the porcelain plate “Kapital”
This year’s annual Man Booker Prize has been controversial in more ways than one. 2014 saw  new precedents introduced with a change in the rules of the award which allowed, for the first time, applications from authors around the...