Recruitment for the 2019-2020 Collective is now open. True to our ethos, YNAC is a platform that celebrates creativity and…
My breath caught when I walked into the minster in King’s Lynn. I’d forgotten just how beautiful historical and religious buildings could be, with their high, extended ceilings – on this particular encasing a cool and relaxing interior in contrast from the violent heat outside.
On the 5th of July 2019 I went along with a friend to the showcase event for the Young Norfolk Writing Competition at Dragon Hall in Norwich. Review by Ciéra Cree.
It’s Thursday July 4th, the kick-off of the Young Norfolk Arts Festival, and I’m at our first event: ‘Creative Multilingualism’
Whenever I’ve talked to dancers about their art, I’m often struck by how deeply they love what they do – it’s something that drives them, something that keeps them going.
We are shepherded from place to place by actors still in character, and stewards, distinct in their yellow tops emblazoned with the production’s logo, beginning first at The Garth, behind St George’s Street, then moving on to a stage set outside the Playhouse, on the green. It’s fantastic.
Young Norfolk Arts is delighted to be sending Taryn Everdeen and Maud Webster to the International Congress of Youth Voices.
The black stage glowed under purple and blue spotlights, glass glinted from an overcrowded table of bottles, and a rickety piano waited patiently.
Words and Photos by Ellie Robson Norwich Arts Centre hosted Brighton rock pop quartet Yonaka for their first ever sold…
Words by Ellie Reeves Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May saw the return of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival’s Garden…