An eccentric trio of UEA students ‘Gladboy’ have released their latest single
The Tab spoke to directors of Cabaret 2013. They’re raising money for charity by singing for free. What’s not to like?
Part One of our review of the UEA Drama Studio’s epic production of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel Jane Eyre.
An outstanding performance of Oscar Wilde’s most famous play at the Norwich Playhouse.
Alex Hodson previews the Norwich Playhouse production of ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’. It starts tomorrow!
The University of East Anglia’s third year Drama students are proud to present a unique two-part adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s ‘Jane Eyre’ this December.
Alex Hodson reviews ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ at the UEA Drama Studio.
The UnLit festival is running from the 9th-11th November 2012 with all events taking place in the York Tavern from 7:30, featuring the publication of Unthank Books two latest publications, live music and cabaret!
Alice Instone-Brewer reviews the RSC’s Africa-centred adaptation of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar at Norwich’s Theatre Royale running Tuesday 16th October – Saturday 20th October 2012!
We previewed the production, now we review it. How did this UEA production shape up?
Nathan Willcock gives the lowdown for the comedy scene in Norwich, for both budding comedians and people who just want to chuckle!
The second part of the sneak peek and interview with the directors and cast members of the UEA Drama Studio’s production of Ken Kesey’s ‘One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest’.
Ha Nguyen reviews the Sainsbury Centre’s new exhibition entitled ‘Changing Landscapes’ which will be running from October 6th right through until December 23rd.
Alice Instone-Brewer reviews Beauty and the Beast.