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 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.
Upon arriving at Norwich Arts Centre on Saturday 18th January 2020 I wasn’t sure what to expect, because I’d never … More
First, Dr Beth Singler an anthropologist from Cambridge university, highlighted how unaware we are that it controls significant aspects of … More
By Jake Foster To many, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN is a place of elusive and difficult science far … More
By Jake Foster The last day of the Norwich Science Festival saw a plethora of events all based around the … More
By Nell Basley On October 22nd 2019 I arrived at Norwich Arts Centre late, stressed and tired; but the moment … More
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.