Reviews

Macbeth, Norwich Theatre Royal

Blue backlights flood through open doorways. Against it, the silhouettes of soldiers stand to attention. From the moment it begins, The Watermill Theatre’s interpretation...

Tracy Chevalier at the Autumn Literary Festival 2019

The day Tracy Chevalier received the letter of acceptance confirming her place at UEA, she received a phone call from her sister telling her...

Tash Aw at the Autumn Literary Festival 2019

Tash Aw was the second author to join this year’s Autumn Literary Festival and was preceded by the wonderful Elizabeth Macneal. Aw was interviewed...

Woozy, maniacal, and rough around the edges: Minotaur’s ‘Moonfleece’ and its...

A prince called Jason. A jacket that sparkles. A death. ‘Moonfleece’ (dir. Ash Strain and Abbie Darrah) is a play about a group of people...

New Gamers

Uhhh so I don’t really game. I have recently moved into a house with someone who does. They’ve asked me to review this game...

Elizabeth Macneal at the Autumn Literary Festival 2019

In her own words, Elizabeth Macneal’s ‘The Doll Factory’ is a novel about ‘dreaming’, ‘yearning’ and ‘ambition.’ She appeared as the first guest at...

Review: A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller

One of my all-time favourite playwrights is Arthur Miller. His most famous play is The Crucible, which many people remember as a text they...

Review: Romeo and Juliet at Norwich Theatre Royal

Matthew Bourne’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is a genius and creative reimagining of a much-loved story. The storytelling is simply fantastic, and the dances and...

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