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Weekly Round-Up: Trailer Reviews

James Moore & Jobe Close take a look at the massive variety of trailer releases from the last fortnight.

Posted on 25th April 2016

REVIEW: ‘Dorian Gray’ at the Old Joint Stock Theatre.

Sarah Daniels reviews an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's famous novel, brought to the stage with a modern twist by the 'Tin Robert Theatre' theatre company.

Posted on 23rd April 2016

Review: The Jungle Book

Critic Tom Edgerton reviews the hotly anticipated remake of The Jungle Book.

Posted on 21st April 2016

Korfball BUCS Trophy Gold For Seconds

The korfball barmy army marches on, as the seconds and thirds enjoyed a successful weekend competing for the BUCS trophy.

Posted on 4th April 2016

No More NUS Gay Men’s Reps: Leave the G Be

Chavonne Brown, the Guild of Students' LGBTQ Officer, writes about the NUS' decision to encourage societies to abolish gay men's reps.

Posted on 3rd April 2016

Third Year Student Confident of Securing Employment Despite Having Made No Effort To Get a Job

Chris Austin interviews a third year student who has high hopes for graduate employment.

Posted on 1st April 2016

Top 10: Gritty Cop Dramas

Following the recent release of Triple 9, Joe Ryan takes Redbrick through his ten favourite gritty cop dramas.

Posted on 1st April 2016

Korfball BUCS Shield Sees Fourths Fight Fearlessly

University of Birmingham's Korfball fourth team recently competed at the BUCS Shield tournament in Manchester

Posted on 31st March 2016

Review: Trainspotting

Culture critic Liam Beard is enticed into the grotesque yet deeply entertaining performance of 'Trainspotting', based on Irvine Welsh's classic novel.

Posted on 30th March 2016

Review: The Boy

Tom Edgerton reviews the latest horror release to hit cinemas, The Boy.

Posted on 25th March 2016

5 Tips for Mindfulness

Life&Style writer Bethany Whiteoak's tips on being more mindful...

Posted on 25th March 2016

Review: ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at the Wolverhampton Grand

Culture critic Maja Karpowicz revisits her childhood with the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty, performed by Russian State Ballet of Siberia at the Wolverhampton Grand.

Posted on 25th March 2016