Review | Bad Girls at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 

Bad Girls at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival gave a fascinating insight into the lives and stories of women who have spent time in the infamous Holloway prison. The hour-long event was based on the book of the same name, by Author Caitlin Davies. I could have sat there all…

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Review | Shift at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival

Barely Methodical Troupe’s Shift at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival was an awe-inspiring, gravity-defying show that’s not to be missed. It was a stripped back performance with none of the razzmatazz you’d expect from a circus or acrobatic show. Instead, the beauty was in the sheer strength, will and determination…

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Review | Le Gateau Chocolat’s Icons at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival

If drag is the art of painting on a mask only to reveal the person inside, Le Gateau Chocolat revealed herself in all of her glittering glory in the Adnams Spiegeltent last night. Icons at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival was an intimate celebration of the performers and songs that helped shaped…

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Review | Passionate Machine at Norfolk and Norwich Festival

If you thought time travel was the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters, Rosy Carrick’s Passionate Machine will make you think again. On Friday evening, as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, Carrick took the audience at Norwich Arts Centre on an adventure through space and time. Using multi-media storytelling and…

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IOU’s Rear View at Norfolk and Norwich Festival

The word theatre doesn’t normally conjured up an image of an open top double-decker bus, life drawing classes or noise cancelling headphones. But they are a handful of things that made IOU’s performance of Rear View at the Norfolk and Norwich festival so unique. This immersive piece of theatre just blew…

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