Sisters’ starring roles in 2021/22 My First Panto: Cinderella Rocks

Panto

Sisters Florrie and Peony Adams may not appear on stage during My First Panto: Cinderella Rocks. But Ella’s dreams wouldn’t come true without them. The Wymondham youngsters provided the voices for Squeaker and Nibbles, two mice who help her on her journey to stardom in The Garage Norwich’s latest co-production with All-In Productions. They were […]

Spring into 2022 – enjoy even more classes with us from this January

Classes

We’re excited to say next Monday sees the return of classes here at The Garage. Gabby Meadows, our Participation Programme manager and a tutor, can’t wait for them to start. She said: “We have some exciting things in the pipeline performance-wise. We’re delighted to be hosting the Norfolk County Youth Choir, which is completely free […]

A tale of two cities – performing arts students explore Rouen in France and Norwich

Rouen

The beautiful French city of Rouen and our own fine city of Norwich have enjoyed a long and fruitful friendship. Several weeks ago, our HNC Programme in Performing Arts students explored both. Organised through both cities’ Twinning Associations, they will draw on both places’ similarities and differences to create and develop a performance, using sound recordings, […]

Introduction to the Creative Industries Programme returns in 2022

Introduction

Our free Introduction to the Creative Industries Programme returns next year. Signing up to it was one of the best decisions Juno Evans has made. She said: “With the support of my programme mentor I was able to find local work and training opportunities that related to the creative areas I am interested in. “I went on […]

Ella and her sisters entertain John Lewis shoppers

Ella

It was supposed to be Ella’s big break, but her jealous sisters Adina and Lydia did everything they could to make sure she didn’t get her moment in the spotlight at Norwich’s John Lewis. Ella said: “It was my debut gig but they ‘forgot’ the amps, the PA – and the drumkit. Even worse, they […]

2021 HNC Programme in Performing Arts course is challenging and fun says Liv

Course

Liv Burton joined our HNC Programme in Performing Arts course because she wanted to improve her skillset before going to university next year. The Level 4 course has three specialist pathways in Acting, Dance and Musical Theatre. The courses also include units where all pathways work together. Delivered by industry professionals, the aim is to […]

Are we ready to laugh at Coronavirus? Writer Mark Daniels thinks so

Coronavirus

You can catch the Offie-nominated dark satirical comedy Coronavirus – A Great British Farce, here on 18 November. We asked its writer, Mark Daniels, are we ready to laugh at Covid? He says we’re more than ready. Imagine. You’ve been living alone during lockdown and, every day, you’ve written a diary. A stream-of-consciousness type of diary about… everything and […]

Food for thought from culinary comedian George Egg

Food

He’s been described as a culinary Bill Bailey, only with chopping boards instead of keyboards, and the anarchic face of food – and he’s here on 6 November. Movable Feast is the latest comedy and cooking show from award-winning stand-up George Egg. Watch him make gourmet food live in unusual ways, with the chance to taste […]

I’ll be there for you! My First composer Lloyd Gorman’s joy at ambassador role

Composer

Rehearsals for My First Panto: Cinderella Rocks start soon. Regular composer  Lloyd Gorman and The Garage go way back. Our newest ambassador said: “Growing up in Norwich, as a teenager I watched The Garage be converted into the building you see today. As a young adult, I rehearsed and took classes there with The Theatre […]