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‘Augmented’ by Sophie Woolley @ Unlimited Festival, Southbank

“My name is Sophie, and I’m a deaf cyborg.” The rrramble team head to Unlimited Festival @ Southbank Centre, from the comfort of their respective sofas, to join the watch-party and post-show Q&A for Augmented – written and performed by Sophie Woolley, and directed by Rachel Bagshaw.  Unlimited is a festival which celebrates the artistic […]

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Love Stories with Sara Pascoe

We’re back with our first review of 2021! Love Stories is a podcast hosted by author and journalist Dolly Alderton, who speaks to guests about ‘their most defining relationships: the passion, heartbreak, longing, familiarity and fondness that have formed who they are’. The first season of Love Stories tied in with the release of Alderton’s […]

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Holiday bop or festive flop?

There are so many fabulous and important cultural celebrations happening this December (Hanukkah, Yule, Bodhi Day… the list of festivities goes on), and despite which one(s) you choose to celebrate, we think there’s one thing we can all agree on: the holiday accompanied by the most relentless and overwhelmingly naff songs is Christmas. As a […]

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The Trial Of The Chicago 7

The Trial Of The Chicago 7 (2020) is a film written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, portraying the true story of 7 people on trial surrounding clashes with law enforcement during anti-Vietnam War protests held at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, USA. Originally intended for cinema release only, the film was shown in […]

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Zine Culture & The Arts: More Than Just a Hobby

rrramble written by Ellie Reeves. We’re incredibly lucky to live in a time and culture that surrounds us with art. Whether it’s music, shows, books or the much anticipated John Lewis Christmas Advert, we can’t get enough. For those amongst you who’ve studied or volunteered in the arts sector (if you want to get paid […]

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mission statement.

rrramble is a unique platform for creatives of all kinds, designed to diversify the creative and critical voices we find in the Arts & Culture sector. At rrramble, we believe that diversity of opinion is what makes life interesting, and that this  should be celebrated. It’s time that we reject the notion that the opinion […]

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While We Wait: A Documentary

While We Wait is a documentary production about the waiting list for mental health care in Norfolk, directed and produced by UEA graduate Alyssa Girvan. The film is currently screening as part of Essex Documentary Festival, meaning you can watch it online for free or donation. Ellie. I cannot express how necessary documentaries of this […]

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TOAST @ Norwich Arts Centre

TOAST is a recurring poetry night that draws together some of the biggest names in the UK poetry scene. It returned to the Norwich Arts Centre as part of their ‘Tilted East’ micro-festival this October. The night was hosted by the one and only Lewis Buxton, with live performances from Shannon Clinton-Copeland, Piers Harrison-Reid and […]

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Site V – Phil Maguire / Anne La Berge

Site V is a video and experimental music piece by Phil Maguire & Anne La Berge, exploring the relationship between humans, machines, and place. Split between London and Amsterdam, Maguire and La Berge harvest their inspiration from a location where their respective national identities collide: Dutch wind turbine farm ‘Borssele Wind Farm Site V’, in […]

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Hair @ Interlude, UEA (Norwich Theatre)

Last Sunday we donned our winter boots and brollies and headed down to Norwich Theatre’s ‘Interlude’, situated on the UEA, campus for their closing performance – Hair, directed by Arlene Phillips and featuring a star-studded cast. Our thoughts? Thought you’d never ask… Ellie The audience broke out their winter wardrobe a tad early for this […]