Outstanding arts education across all creative disciplines is offered at every level in East Anglia and its
environs. Venue highlights some of the many success stories.
Music: John Carrod reviews:
The Lovely Eggs; The Unknown Mortal Orchestra and David Bowie’s last release Black Star. We also preview the remaining Cambridge Classical Concert Series .
Books: We review the satirical We Go to the Gallery – the book Penguin tried to shut down. The Girl at the End of the Road and feature the ipswich Book East Festival.
London Beat: Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Van Dyck exhibition with Mark Wallinger, the new Hirst Gallery, The Foudling
Museum - Drawing on Childhood, the RIBA’s Creation form catastrophe, arts and technology and more!
News from around our region:
Art Exchange West Norfolk Artists Association. Melanie Max at Ely. Laura Hart exhibits in
New York. Two ceramics events in Stamford. Jay Rayner on UK tour. Drey
Contemporary hosts the Cheffins Art Prize. Saffron Hall success.
Jay Rayner photo © John Arandhara-Blackwell
Dance is not just fun, it can waltz you towards a greater sense of wellbeing. Sue Elliott meets Filipa Pereira Stubbs, a dancer determined to share the inspiring rhythms of life. Photo © Tomo Brody
John Carrod talks to saxophonist YolanDa Brown about her aim to establish herself as a household name in the music business
Malcom Root talks to Venue about how he realised his ambition
to become a successful