Since 1925, the Norwich and Norfolk Operatic Society have put on an annual musical production (with a brief break for World War II), with its members making up the cast and crew. 2020 is no exception: Made in Dagenham came...
Jack Oxford Whilst the context surrounding a piece of work usually enlightens its content to some extent, it’s easy to see that the work’s subject matter is more significant. The subject matter can stand...
It’s been nine years since the last instalment of A Song of Ice and Fire was released, and G.R.R. Martin promises (as he does every year) the next in the series, The Winds of Winter, would be...
I’m looking forward to an update about Doors of Stone by Patrick Rothfuss. It’s the third and final instalment of the Kingkiller Chronicles, which began way back in 2007 with The Name of the Wind. The second...
 According to Ofcom, more people got their news from the internet in 2019 than from newspapers. It may be sacrilege to print this, but it’s true - the way we engage with our personal, national and global...
Author Kate Weinberg is a UEA graduate. This comes as no surprise to readers of her 2019 debut novel The Truants, which is largely set on the UEA campus and follows a quartet of freshers who build...