Wyrd Norwich (@wyrdnorwich) is a street and found photography Instagram account dedicated to showcasing “all the wyrd & wonderful” art found across Norwich. Founded and curated by Meg Watts, a 21 year-old […]
Art has a long history in Norwich and it seems that it is still ingrained in the culture of modern Norwich life. Sufen Peng takes a journey through Norwich to bring is […]
We’ve all no doubt seen the overwhelming variety of antiques shops around Norwich, and probably explored our fair share. But what is the fascination with sifting through a menagerie of used goods? […]
Norwich has seen a rise in knife crime with rates doubling over the last 2 years. With an average of 10 incidents over 10,000 people in 2018, this statistic is worrying for […]
A squeeze of lemming with your drink sir? Ben Hinton visits Norwich Arboretum – the bar with no name (at least, not above the door) – and finds it a Pythonesque experience.
Alex Dalton visited Makers Festival in the Norwich Forum, which featured nothing less than a hand-knitted model of Yarmouth Seafront. Well – why not? But stealing the show was part of live […]
In recent years the so-called vinyl revival has seen UK record sales increase from less than 1 million in 2013 to more than 4 million in 2017, but has it made a […]
Photo by Deirdre Amsden courtesy of the Sainbury Centre.
The Big Issue is more than just a popular publication, it is one that brings hope and purpose to many. UEA Journalism students have been on the streets with some of the […]
Kazuo Ishiguro, winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature, joined the University of East Anglia’s MA in Creative Writing in 1979, graduating the following year. In an anthology compiled for the […]