Did you attend WOW Festival last weekend? WOW (that’s Women of the World) Festivals have taken place on five continents, in cities as diverse as Rio, Karachi, Beijing and Baltimore. Norwich is the 11th location in the UK to host WOW, and there were plenty of local speakers on the line-up, like gender campaigner Katy… Continue reading WOW Festival Norwich
Maker’s Month is a celebration of Britain’s talented crafters. Free courses are available in stonemasonry, stained glass, embroidery, weaving, knitting, clay modelling, upcycling, paper crafts, drawing, dyeing, quilting, crochet, watercolour painting, screen printing, bookbinding, sugarcraft, calligraphy, lino cutting, pottery, needle felting, and alpaca spinning! If you don’t feel like taking part, you can still enjoy… Continue reading Maker’s Month 2018
This Spring, the UEA Centre for Creative and Performing Arts will be hosting its 25th Literary Festival. You can read about past festivals here and here, then read on to learn about this year’s guest authors: Stephen Fry is probably City College’s most famous graduate. The Information Store is full of his books, including his… Continue reading UEA Literary Festival Spring 2018
The Noirwich Crime Writing Festival is taking place this weekend! On Saturday, Anthony Horowitz will take the stage at Norwich Arts Centre to talk about his latest book The Word is Murder, in which Horowitz himself teams up with a down-on-his-luck Detective to try and figure out who killed a wealthy woman with a saddening… Continue reading Noirwich Festival 2017
Norwich is going noir, as it’s time for the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival again! Check out the website here for more information. From the 17th to the 20th of September, the Writer’s Centre will be holding events, including conversations with top crime writers including Lee Child and lectures about crime fiction. In celebration, we’ve been… Continue reading DVD Review: Strangers on a Train (1951)
Noirwich, Norwich’s festival of crime writing, is back this week. If you prefer stylish spies to dark detectives or canny old ladies, we recommend SilverFin, the first in a new series of books about a certain Mr Bond.
The Dragons have arrived! From now until September 5th you will be able to see over eighty painted dragon sculptures on the streets of Norwich. Over one hundred small dragon sculptures will be on display in The Forum, Chapelfield, Castle Mall, The Lanes and other independent retailers. But did you know that Norwich has long… Continue reading Norwich Dragons