Tag: Youth

Arts, Venue

Life-changing books: Tin Man by Sarah Winman

This book had a significant influence on me, because of its dizzying, tender outlook on life and relationships, wrapped up in poetic prose. The novel is an unbearably human exploration of friends and lovers Ellis, Michael, and Annie as they navigate their messy lives, growing together and apart through the years. Tin Man is important…

Creative Writing


Every day is a revelation. Even though the fantastical illusion of youth has been overshadowed by dreary routine, there is still wonder woven into the fabric of life. Day by day, we roll on like sand dunes on the horizon of a lonely desert — waiting for something to captivate us, like everything seemed to…


Norfolk’s young golf stars

The Norfolk junior team reached the finals of the South East Group Under-18 League. The team went to Hampshire for the finals where they were commended for their performance at the Hockley Golf Club. This is the second consecutive year that the Norfolk team have qualified a match early for the finals. The competition is…

Film, OldVenue

Review – Youth

Sorrentino’s Youth is bizarre and disconcerting from start to finish. Two elderly men, Fred Ballinger (Michael Caine), a retired composer, and Mick Boyle (Harvey Keitel), a screenwriter and director, are holidaying at a luxurious Swiss health resort, a stunning backdrop for a film that is permeated by grief, regret, and wit in equal measure. Jimmy,…

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June 2022
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