Antony and Cleopatra in Norwich this Month

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“One of Shakespeare’s most powerful plays, the story centres on one of Rome’s three leaders, Mark Antony, and the Queen of Egypt, Cleopatra. These two lovers are first featured at Cleopatra’s palace, but as the play continues Antony’s political and social duties take the action to Rome, Syria, Actium, Parthia (modern day Iraq), Athens, and to various military camps in Egypt. In short, the lovers are put in locations and situations where they question each other’s loyalty and love. The play’s ending is an example of how passion mingled with power, treachery, and misunderstanding, can lead to a tragic end.”

Thu 23 AprSat 02 May, 2015

Norwich Players, Maddermarket Theatre

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Working with Words Conference @uniofeastanglia

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Saturday 28th February 2015

“#UEAWorkwithWords changed the face of
careers events & made Saturday on campus full of
creative possibility & positive futures”

Working with Words is a one-day conference from the UEA Career Service which aims to showcase the diversity of career paths available to those with writing skills, through a series of workshops, networking and panel sessions.

If you love writing or communicating ideas, and would like to pursue an exciting and challenging career, then come along to UEA’s one day conference – Working with Words. On Saturday 28 February 10am-5pm, you will hear from over 40 keynote speakers which include successful publishers, UEA alumni and experts from the BBC, The Guardian, World TV and much more.

I’ll be on the panel “Writing in and beyond Academia”.

Find out more here.