Guild of Students
General Election 2017 Live Blog
Selly Oak Hustings Take Place At The Guild
Major Party Manifestos 2017: What Are the Policies for Students?
UoB to Open Dubai Campus in 2018
Police Respond to Security Incident at QE Hospital
A Coalition with the DUP Could Derail Brexit
Labour Must Embrace Electoral Reform
Green Party Broadcast Takes a Risk to Break Labour’s Monopoly
Post-Human Lovers: How Sex-Bots Degrade and Dehumanise
Policy Round-Up: What’s in Store for Students?
From the Editor’s Desk: A Redbrick Retirement
Alumni Sportsday 2017
‘Chrissie’s Gym’ at UB Sport & Fitness Officially Opened
A Year in Review: UB Sport 2016-17
Alumna Interview: England Forward Sophie Bray
At the University
A Love Letter to Brum
Review: GMTG’s Summer Showcase ‘Step in Time’
Review: 3BUGS Fringe Theatre’s ’12’
Preview: Summer In Southside Festival
Review: ‘Stadium’ at the Birmingham Rep
Album Review: Jay Prince – Late Summers
Album Review: Rise Against – Wolves
Live Review: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Album Review: Lorde – Melodrama
Essential Albums: Counterparts – The Difference Between Hell And Home
Fierce & Finished
Being a Twenty-One Year Old Virgin: It’s Not a Big Deal
Why You Should Ignore the ‘Beach Body’ Expectations
What To Wear To Graduation
Sunscreen: Your Summer Beauty Essential
The Changing Face of British Vogue
Food on Campus
Recipe: Chocolate Easter Egg Nest Cakes
Top 5 Places to Splurge after Handing in your Dissertation
Smoothie Bowl Recipe: Fruity and Nutrient-Dense
Review: Tubestation Surf Cafe
Review: The Red Turtle
Review: Wonder Woman
Review: Guardians of the Galaxy – Vol. II
Review: The Discovery
Trailer Review: Justice League
Review: Archer Season 8
Review: Hot Girls Wanted – Turned On
How Line of Duty lost the plot, and got away with it
Review: Prison Break Season 5
Why Has RuPaul’s Drag Race Been So Revolutionary for Drag?
Top 3: Things to do in Venice
Cheap Trips: Bath, Somerset
The Best of Budapest
A Postcard From: Prague
The Banksy Art Exhibition: Amsterdam
Ants and the Antibiotic Crisis: Could Ants End the Apocalypse?
Hacking: Is It Time to Panic Yet?
Doctors Without Borders: An Inside Perspective
Creature Feature: Lowland Streaked Tenrec
How a Change in Diet Could Help Reduce Global Climate Change
Could Injustice 2 Already Be the Game of the Year?
EGX Rezzed | Hands On: Serial Cleaner
2017 – One of the Best Years for Gaming (Already)
Nintendo Switches The Spotlight To The Indies
The Curse of the Video Game Movie
Train to Teach!
The Long Road Towards Equal Pay
Autumn Careers Fair Overview
Getting Your Foot in the Gaming Industry
Art, Clothes & Raves: The Story of Fables
Ciaran A. Campbell
‘Oh What a Lovely War’ at the REP
Culture Critic Ciaran Allanson-Campbell reviews the REP's unique Word War I production, 'Oh What a Lovely War'.
Posted on 12th May 2015
Review: Blood, at the Belgrade Theatre Coventry
Culture critic Ciaran Allanson Campbell takes a trip to Coventry and discovers the Belgrade Theatre.
Posted on 3rd April 2015
Mathew Bourne’s Edward Scissorhands
Culture Critic Ciaran A. Campbell gets emotional over Mathew Bourne's production of Edward Scissorhands.
Posted on 13th February 2015
Ciaran A. Campbell reviews Unknown Male at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Posted on 9th February 2015
The Judas Kiss at The Crescent Theatre
Flashy or Sincere? Culture writer Ciaran Allanson-Campbell discusses The Crescent Theatre's latest take on Oscar Wilde.
Posted on 29th November 2014
He, She and Zhe – The Undefined Gender
Zhe is neither male nor female, but a gender neutral pronoun. It's the title of the performance 'ZHE: [noun] Undefined', which really IS a difficult show to define.
Posted on 18th March 2014
Do We Really Not Have Time to Read?
In the first in a series; Arts writer and critic, Ciaran Allanson-Campbell, asks us all whether we really don't have time to read
Posted on 30th January 2014
The Grinch 48 Hour Play
With just 48 hrs for writing, constructing, directing and performing a play the result can either be riotously funny or a complete disaster. Thankfully, this was the former.
Posted on 20th December 2013
‘Illuminate’ @ Birmingham Southside
Though to many Southside is just an area near New Street with a few markets, the Chinese Quarter and the Birmingham Hippodrome, attempts have been made in recent years to re brand ...
Posted on 31st October 2013
The Birmingham Footnotes @ The 6/8 Kafe
Though the weather outside is starting to drizzle, 6/8 Kafe’s downstairs is far from dreary, as Birmingham Footnotes prepare for their first stand up event of the year
Posted on 16th October 2013
The Phantom of the Opera @ The Hippodrome
The Hippodrome has a new chandelier, it appears, as we take our seats the watch the first night of The Phantom of the Opera
Posted on 23rd March 2013
The Mikado @ Symphony Hall
Public executions, suicide attempts, weddings, pop culture references and a joke about the recent events concerning Oscar Pistorius
Posted on 16th March 2013
Issue #1482, 9th June 2017
News report on the opening of the new UoB sports centre
8 page pull-out reviewing the best of the year at UoB
Nancy Frostick shines a light on the upcoming summer of women’s sport
Film’s Patrick Box reviews the latest DC film – Wonder Woman
Being a Twenty-One Year Old Virgin: It's Not a Big Deal
Single Review: Coldplay - All I Can Think About Is You
Live Review: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Album Review: Rise Against - Wolves
Single Review: George Ezra - Don't Matter Now
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