Guild of Students
News Analysis: Could Brexit Threaten Academic Conferences?
Low Paying Jobs at Risk of Automation
£1.4m Granted To UoB Cancer Unit
Birmingham is Commonwealth Candidate
Award Winning Editor Of ‘The Good Immigrant’ Visits UoB
Only You Can Save the Library
Let UoB be a Green Example
Our Ethical Obligation to Keep the Bomb
The Struggles of a Journalist in a Social Networking World
Yemen: the UK’s Most Masochistic Foreign Adventure Yet?
Why Wales Will Be Back
Previewing Gameweek 9 In The Premier League
Champions League Predictions
Hamilton in the Driving Seat
Premier League Predictions: Who Will Finish In The Top Four This Season?
At the University
REVIEW: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
REVIEW: Another Day in the Death of America at the Birmingham Literature Festival
REVIEW: Private Peaceful at the Old Rep
Review: Phill Jupitus ‘Juplicity’ at the Old Rep
Review: Cilla The Musical at the New Alexandra
Album Review: King Krule – The Ooz
Single Review: Louis Tomlinson – Just Like You
Live Review: SWMRS
Single Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Holy Mountain
Live Review: Nick Mulvey
Fierce & Finished
Home is Where the Bargains Are: Interior Design on a Budget
Manthropology: There’s no ‘I’ in Style
The Relationship Debate
City Life: The Best of Brum
Autumn Beauty Lookbook
Food on Campus
One Pot Chicken Roast
Tips On Cooking for One
Tear ‘n’ Share Florentine Pizzas
Review: Loving Vincent
Review: First They Killed My Father
Trailer Review: Star Wars The Last Jedi
2nd Opinion: Blade Runner 2049
Review: The Mountain Between Us
Bojack Horseman – Adult Animated Comedy with a Serious Message
Top Three Reggie Yates Documentaries
Liar: A Judgement-Questioning Drama
The Vietnam War – Televised Trauma
A Show Stopping Start for Bake Off
Get a Lot out of a Little | Backpacking through the UK
Seville: The Perfect City Break
The Birmingham Cruise Show, NEC Arena
A Postcard From Split
Cruise Myth-Busting: Why Cruises Are Perfect for Students
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
Video Games: Why All The Controversy?
Impressions: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Back To Uni Bargains – Games Under £10
The CoD: WWII Swastika Controversy – A Missed Opportunity
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 #1484, 6th October 2017
News report on the lack of available memberships in the new Sport & Fitness centre
8 first-years share their Fresher’s week experience
Comment reports on student housing horror stories
Gaming showcases the best that EGX has to offer this year
Single Review: Louis Tomlinson - Just Like You
Album Review: King Krule - The Ooz
Single Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Holy Mountain
Impressions: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
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