The YNA Collective is open to anyone aged 16-25 based in (or with links to) Norfolk. Through regular online meetings, … More
by Ananya Bhattacharya The workshop ‘Writing Drama’ on Saturday 4th July was an opportunity to chat about drama with professionals, … More
by Ananya Bhattacharya The Lost River Stage on Saturday 4th July featured a fantastic line-up of musicians, dancers and poets. … More
by Ellie Reeves A week ago, my sister strolled into the garden and asked me why I was under a … More
We are in the fourth week of lockdown when the CONNECT 2 Still I Write: Poetry, Activism & Connection workshop rolls around. Cup of tea in one hand, notebook and pen in the other, I settle down in front of my laptop and wait to join the Zoom call.
By Ellie Robson Tuesday 9th July brought us one of my most anticipated events of the Young Norfolk Arts Festival: … More
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.
Young Norfolk Arts is delighted to be sending Taryn Everdeen and Maud Webster to the International Congress of Youth Voices.
By Katie Stockton April’s installation of the ever-popular True Stories Live at the Norwich Arts Centre attracted big crowds once … More
Taryn and I, by now, have become accustomed to the format of TOAST: one host, two headliners, three floor spots. … More