NAC artist in residence Will Teather will be sharing his latest works and lockdown journey with us online for his new exhibition that was due to open in April at Strangers' Hall.
We’re delighted to be working with London Artists Projects to establish a hub for 'Truth to Power Café' in the East of England. In response to COVID-19, this internationally acclaimed performance event is launching a digital story telling platform, through which people of all ages, backgrounds and experiences can be heard in a digital space.
During NAC’s COVID-19 closure period we’ll be digitally sharing and hosting as much as we can from our amazing community. This situation has been tough for our sector/community/country/world but it’s been great to see the resourcefulness of artists in these times.
On the 27th February, I head down to St. Andrew’s Hall, ready for the sold-out George Monbiot event hosted by Norwich Arts Centre. The volume of people is staggering; pitching up ten minutes before doors open, I’m confronted by a long line snaking its way out of the hall. But in a world where we are increasingly aware of – and concerned about – climate change, it should have been no surprise that the turn-out would be so huge.
Mother Country, a new play by award-winning writer, Mags Chalcraft-Islam and acclaimed director, Sonia Williams was debuted to an appreciative full house at NAC last night.
John Popely of Anglia Print with their award We’ve always thought that the company who print our brochures were the best and now they’ve been recognised by the world!