The sparkly crowd went wild!
A note to the unwary – at one point Jazz happened.
BLIND is a one woman beatboxing theatre show that focuses on the things we hear in the world.
My irrational hatred of child actors was forgotten for one enjoyable evening.
This evening taught me that Holden Caulfield is no longer a teenager but now an OAP
A highly recommended play with some compelling performances and wide reaching themes.
It's stick-to-your-ribs good!
We'd been lured down their hedonistic path with melody and dancing, like Peter Piper leading us headfirst into the middle of a Vice magazine double spread.
"I will cheer and yell for the right to free speech, providing it's telling the truth." - Outline's Emma chats to Paul Daniels.
Norwich is fast becoming known for its cabaret scene and on Friday night saw the emergence of a promising new event. Vaudeville group Gossamer Thread brought quality performance and genuine entertainment to an often overtired (and over-tried) genre.
Nana's Surprise Birthday Party… I was greeted in with a glass of sherry and the night took off like a turbo-powered mobility scooter.
“Space is big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist's, but that's just peanuts to space.”
"Strictly was the best thing I have ever done in my life. My partner Vincent Simone was just a dream" - Dani on her Strictly time.
Animal Shenanigans in the Spiegel.
A double bill of tightly executed, slick and funny Shakespeare awaits you at the Theatre Royal this week
All abilities Christmas choir is starting in Norwich...!
The contemporary setting ignites the action, making the violence thrilling and frightening, grabbing the audience by the throat...
Each subtle flex and pop of her garment-removing burlesque routines caused a mirrored thump in our arteries. - Emma reviews Le Théatre de Décadence.
"Every performance is slick and lively, down to the smallest urchin..." - Louisa reviews the dazzling production of Oliver, now running at Norwich's Theatre Royal
You certainly couldn’t accuse Iain Fletcher of being anything like his character in Oliver! and that is a compliment.
"It has been eight years since the show finished yet I still get people calling me Sinbad now and again..." - Michael Starke on his lasting role...
Joe Phelps of the Norfolk & Norwich Operatic Society talks to us about his role in Hello Dolly!
"I have grown my hair out and I am back in the Seventies with my side-burns on." - Rob Compton on preparing for his role...