Artist Catherine Richardson loves taking her subjects out of the real world. Arts editor Andrew Clarke visited the artist in her studio and found that her new work involves immersing figures in water as well as evocative dappled light.
Drawing audiences from all over the region, The New Wolsey’s PULSE Festival is one of the cornerstones of East Anglia’s cultural calendar. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at this year’s line-up.
County champions Essex and women’s One-Day Cup winners Lancashire capped off a memorable year this week when they were presented with their respective trophies by Lord’s Taverners President Sir Michael Parkinson at Lord’s.
Ryanair has unveiled its 2018-19 winter schedule from London Stansted, including the return of flights to Edinburgh which was among the routes suspended last year when the airline’s current winter schedule was to cut back due to pilot shortages.
It may be 30 years old but the classroom themes of John Godber’s school comedy Teechers remain as relevant as ever. As it heads back to the region, Simon Parkin finds out more from to those behind Blackeyed Theatre’s new revival.
Organisers of a centuries old Christmas tradition in Sudbury who were concerned with the apparent lack of interest from potential participants this year say it was “gratifying” to see a packed town hall on the big day.
I’ve had to do much thinking of late about the Royal Family. While I’ve never been the type of person who camps out with flasks ’n’ flags for a glimpse of a royal wedding, I’m not particularly attracted to republicanism either.