Hannah Brierley
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The Women Who Inspire Redbrick

Redbrick's female editors celebrate International Women's Day by writing about the inspirational ladies in their lives.

Posted on 8th March 2018

Flashdance The Musical: Review

Culture editor Hannah Brierley enjoys an energetic and fun loving performance of Flashdance at The New Alexandra

Posted on 6th December 2017

Review: Deathtrap at the New Alexandra Theatre

Culture Editor Hannah Brierley reviews Deathtrap, a show containing all the elements of an irresistible thriller.

Posted on 10th November 2017

Redbrick Meets: Gilles Peterson

Hannah Brierley sits down with legendary DJ and radio host, Gilles Peterson, to discuss everything from festivals to politics and its effect on the music industry

Posted on 22nd September 2017

Festival Review: Dimensions 2017

Hannah Brierley spends a weekend soaking up the sun in Croatia amidst the lush disco-house vibes of Dimensions Festival 2017

Posted on 11th September 2017

Review: ‘Dance: Sampled’ at the Birmingham Hippodrome

Hannah Brierley reviews Dance: Sampled, a powerful show which offers its audience all manner of dance performed in a vast variety of ways

Posted on 11th March 2017

Review: The House of Bernarda Alba

Hannah Brieley reviews a play depicting the struggle and the strength of the human spirit performed by disabled acting company Graeae

Posted on 21st February 2017

Album Review: Bonobo – Migration

Hannah Brierley praises Bonobo's new electronic direction on Migration

Posted on 26th January 2017

Live Review: Tuskegee at The Warehouse Project

The Warehouse Project: believe the hype, says Hannah Brierley

Posted on 8th January 2017

Review: GMTG’s Showcase – On the Street Where You Live

Culture critic Hannah Brierley enjoys GMTG's latest showcase, On The Street Where You Live, a mix of musical theatre classics and modern theatrical hits

Posted on 3rd December 2016

An American Horror Story

Commentator Hannah Brierley notices the parallels between the incoming US Government and a Margaret Atwood dystopia novel

Posted on 19th November 2016

Live Review: Horse Meat Disco

Hannah Brierley heads down to Hare and Hounds to see disco favourites Horse Meat Disco in action

Posted on 17th November 2016