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
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.
The black stage glowed under purple and blue spotlights, glass glinted from an overcrowded table of bottles, and a rickety piano waited patiently.
By Katie Stockton April’s installation of the ever-popular True Stories Live at the Norwich Arts Centre attracted big crowds once … More
By Katie Stockton Overall Night Last Night in Europe, at Norwich Arts Centre, was a series of monologues by six … More
Image: courtesy of Norwich Theatre Royal By Taryn Everdeen Evening, April 2nd: a bitterly cold end to what had been … More
By Ellie Robson Nearing the end of his intensive 3 month long UK tour, Nish Kumar appeared at Norwich Theatre … More