Where Are They Now?

As the Modern Musical Theatre courses prepare to be relaunched this autumn, we look back at some of the previous students of Norwich Theatre Royal courses and what they are up to now: Daisy MaywoodDaisy […]

Footballer turned actor Elliot chats all things Matilda

As Matilda The Musical settles in on our stage for the next few weeks, one actor who is enjoying being back in the city is Elliot Harper who plays the fearsome Miss Trunchbull. Elliot used […]

Tim Minchin on the power of Matilda

As Matilda The Musical, the worldwide smash-hit show from the Royal Shakespeare Company, opens on our stage this week, comedian and songwriter Tim Minchin reveals to writer Theo Bosanquet how he became involved with the […]

Kinky Boots set to wow historic shoe-making city

Inspired by the true story of a shoe factory, Kinky Boots, the winner of every major Best Musical award, is set to wow audiences in Norwich, a city that was once the centre of a […]

Thriller packed with twists and turns

Thriller fans are clearly in for a treat when director Anthony Banks promises the stage adaptation of The Girl On The Train “is absolutely packed with twists and turns”. Anthony, after all, has a string […]

Chance meeting brought Educating Rita back to the stage

A chance meeting and a mutual love of Educating Rita was the spark for the major new production of the acclaimed Willy Russell play on the Theatre Royal stage from Monday. Jessica Johnson plays Susan […]

Ben Cullingworth Talks Let It Be

The music of the Fab Four is celebrated in the global stage hit Let It Be which takes to the stage at Norwich Theatre Royal on June 17-22. Ben Cullingworth, who performs as Ringo Starr […]

Magical first ballet for little ones

Ever-popular visitors to Norwich, Northern Ballet returns to the Theatre Royal stage on May 20 with a children’s ballet, ideal for introducing little ones to live ballet, music and theatre. A purr-fect family treat, its […]

James Conway on ‘three really good nights out’

As the stage is set for English Touring Opera’s trio of productions next week – Rossini’s Elizabeth I, Verdi’s Macbeth and Mozart’s Idomeneo – we catch up with James Conway, director general of ETO, to […]

Exploring what happens to an online legacy

It’s the moment of your death. There’s a magic button. Do you delete your entire online legacy? Or do you keep it – and leave the choice for someone else? Would you delete your online […]