Come hear our stories of Norwich Over The Water and Anglia Square - A Love Story. The performances will start at The Garth (behind the Norwich University of the Arts, off St Georges Street) and will take you on a journey over the water, through time and onto Anglia Square, with some extra bits and [...]
The Garth stage The first weekend is done. 200 names on the programme, 100 performers each night and lovely, large appreciative crowds. (See the programme here). We performed across three outdoor stages and in the streets between to over 1400 people. The response has been pretty overwhelming. Making theatre about place and in that place [...]
In the face of a development proposal of Anglia Square, set to include nearly 1250 new homes, a leisure quarter with a cinema, and a 200-bed hotel, the response has been mixed. Love it? Hate it? Don’t really care? Almost everybody has an opinion on the 1960s shopping centre. This mix of views is highlighted by [...]
Performance at St Georges Green Credit: Robert Eke Radio Norfolk visited some of our stages last week to chat with choir, cast and the production team about the show. Listen again, from 38 minutes in, to coverage of the performance itself and again from 2hr 23 minutes for fabulous interviews with and sounds of the [...]
First night...from the garth at NUA over the water to Anglia Square....superb - 6 shows to go....come and see it. Photos by Paul Harley
As you may or may not have seen, a few of the 'ghost' images have started to appear in shop windows in and around Anglia Square, here are a selection of some of the ghost images for your delectation.
An incredible number of people are a part of 'Anglia Square: A Love Story'. We estimate that over 500 people of all ages have contributed to our project so far, including our summer performances. We are still adding to the list of people who we owe a special thank you to. In the meantime have [...]
On Monday 17 June, Year 3 pupils at George White Junior School hosted their very own exhibition celebrating the work they have created in response to learning about the iconic Anglia Square. The school hall was turned into an art gallery, displaying prints the children had made with Print to the People, using discovered pictures [...]