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Arts

UEA Drama and Musical Theatre Society’s Just So

UEA DMTS’ 2022 production  of Anthony Drewe and George Stiles’ musical Just So is such a burst of colour and energy that it’s impossible to know where to look for the first few minutes. This is, in part due to the performances of the stellar cast, and in part, due to the clever and innovative…

Music

Miles Kane, Change The Show Review

Miles Kane has released his latest and one of his best albums to date. Famous for his work with Alex Turner in The Last Shadow Puppets, Kane has embarked on an impressive solo career.  The opening track to this album Tears are Falling is optimistic , filled with smooth vocals that sees Kane accepting his…

Books

Lights, Planets, People! – A Graphic Novel About Mental Health

In September, UEA’s Molly Naylor published her graphic novel Lights, Planets, People with artwork from Lizzy Stewart. The graphic novel features Maggie Hill, an astronomer preparing to deliver a lecture to women in STEM, whilst facing her first-ever therapy session.  Throughout the novel, we see Hill’s struggle with anxiety, panic attacks, and bipolar disorder, all whilst building up the nerve to conduct…

Music

SHAME TAKE OVER THE WATERFRONT

Shame couldn’t have picked a more fitting venue for Norwich than Waterfront. Having played here once before in 2018, the band were familiar with the venue and this could clearly be seen with their performance on 16 [removed ‘th’ after 16- not concrete’s style] November. Before Shame took to the stage, support acts The Umlauts…

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