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Gormley statues unveiled: Stephen Fry weighs in on debate

UEA unveiled the much debated ‘3X ANOTHER TIME’ exhibition on campus during a star-studded reception at the Sainsbury Centre, attended by Stephen Fry, Charles Clarke, the Bishop of Norwich and Sir Antony Gormley. The gallery unveiling featured speeches from Vice Chancellor, Professor David Richardson, Centre Director, Paul Greenhalgh, and Sir Antony Gormley. Sir Antony spoke…

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Snorting Out Stephen

Stephen Fry’s latest autobiographical volume, entitled More Fool Me, reads like a verbal photo album of the late 80s and early 90s, replete with references to the media, politics, AIDS panic and other events that defined the time. It begins with a brief recap of the previous volumes Moab is My Washpot and The Fry…

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Stephen Fry at UEA’s Autumn Literary Festival

At 7pm this past Wednesday, October 9th, UEA’s campus was functioning as normal. The last dishes of the day were being served at the campus kitchen, the sun was setting over the lake. Crowds of sports teams filled the Blue Bar, hollering chants and call-and-response tunes at the top of their lungs while others, working…

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Introducing… UEA Literary Festival Autumn 2014

This autumn, the UEA Literary Festival promises to offer a blend of laughter, reflection and excitement with renowned writers such as Ian McEwan, Stephen Fry, Margaret Drabble and Bernard Cornwell making appearances alongside lesser-known authors such as Eimear McBride, whose novel A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing was written in 2003 and published last year….

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