An Accident / A Life

Last night Neva and I went along to watch the opening performance of An Accident / A Life. This exciting new collaboration between Marc Brew and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui unravels moments in our lives, exploring difficult things with and without words using storytelling, film, music, dance and a car. The starting point was sharing life … Read more

Sweeney Todd Slashes Into Norwich Playhouse

Last night Eowyn and I were invited along to the opening night of Threshold Theatre’s latest production Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Newly returned to London after deportation, Sweeney Todd opens a barber’s above Mrs Lovett’s pie shop. Consumed by his need for revenge, they devise a meaty plot! Sondheim’s … Read more

The Boy At The Back Of The Class

Last night Neva and I went along to the opening night of The Boy at The Back of The Class which is taking place until 27th April at Norwich Theatre What Is The Boy At The Back Of the Class About? Told from a child’s perspective, balancing heart and humour, The Boy at the Back of … Read more

Calendar Girls Musical Hits Norwich

Last night I went along to Norwich Theatre to watch the opening night of The Calendar Girls Musical, currently performing there until Saturday 6th April 2024. It was a great night and it gave me a lovely evening out with my mum, who also loved the show! The real-life story of the Calendar Girls launched … Read more

Brand New Musical Nels Place Heading To Norwich

Welcome to Nel’s Place: Talking to Ben Welch from Sheep Soup At Norwich Theatre, they love new musicals, and they know you love being part of the journey from the very start. That is why they have joined Rewrites, a consortium of venues that selects a musical in development to tour across venues, and boy, … Read more

Theatre Inspired World Book Day Costumes

World Book Day is the celebration of storytelling and creativity, prompting young audiences to leave their screens behind and dive into the magical world of books. At Norwich Theatre, they love stories of all kinds and love it when these stories burst onto the stages and inspire children and adults alike. Check out the book-related … Read more

NNOS Performs Betty Blue Eyes

Betty Blue Eyes Review – Last night Eowyn and I went along to the opening night of Norfolk and Norwich Operatic Society’s performance of Betty Blue Eyes, I have seen some of their previous productions and knew we were in for a great show! If you are not familiar with Betty Blue Eyes (I certainly … Read more