Amber Allcock
Third year English Language & Literature student

‘Easy Reading is Hard Writing’: Q&A with Mills & Boon

Culture Writer Amber Allcock attends an illuminating Q&A discussion with Mills & Boon authors and editors

Posted on 27th February 2018

Interview: Nutella Tasha (@nutellatasha)

Redbrick’s Amber Allcock interviews Nutella Tasha, a Birmingham-based Instagram blogger, about her insider-knowledge of the city, and her Instagram experience.

Posted on 29th January 2018

Interview: Mowgli Street Food

Amber Allcock visits Mowgli Street Food - Grand Central’s exciting new culinary hotspot - to discuss the restaurant’s ethos and all it has to offer, with Nick, the company’s business development manager.

Posted on 7th December 2017

Meat Alternative Products

Amber Allcock outlines some meat-alternatives that will keep your protein levels up

Posted on 2nd December 2017

A Vegetarian In Budapest

Amber Allcock gives you the low down on all the best places for Vegetarians to eat in Budapest

Posted on 10th October 2017

Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life

"I laughed, I cried. Constantly." TV Critic Amber Allcock reviews the ending of Gilmore Girls

Posted on 15th April 2017

A Postcard From: Prague

Travel writer, Amber, recommends Prague as a perfect summer weekend away

Posted on 14th April 2017

Review: ‘Virago’ at the mac

'Virago', a collaboration between the mac Birmingham and the Old Rep Theatre, provides a voice for women worldwide. Amber Allcock reviews this unique and thought-provoking play

Posted on 14th March 2017

Review: ‘Cirque du Soleil’

Amber Allcock enjoys a stream of vibrant, fantastical and entrancing performances at 'Cirque du Soleil' at the Genting Arena

Posted on 8th March 2017

Passengers: A Sexist Film?

Comment writer Amber Allcock considers whether the sci-fi hit film deserved the feminist criticism it has received

Posted on 8th February 2017

Has Cosmopolitan Gone Downhill?

Life&Style writer Amber Allcock discusses why she thinks one of the world's most popular women's magazines has lost some of its old quality

Posted on 3rd February 2017

Why 2018 calls for the Year of Publishing Women

Amber Allcock debates why 2018 needs the publication of more women's work

Posted on 19th November 2016