Review: Call the Midwife

TV critic Abigail Harvie gives her views on the BBC's smash hit 'Call the Midwife'

Posted on 26th March 2017

UB Archery Bring Home Three Golds at BUCS Nationals

Another exceptional weekend for UB Archery, as they competed in the BUCS National Indoor Finals in Bristol

Posted on 24th March 2017

Birmingham’s Dominance Continues at BUTTS

UB Archery travelled to Warwick University to take part in the final legs of BUTTS Indoors, which was also the BUTTS Championships

Posted on 23rd March 2017

Review: Watch This presents ‘Where We Buried the Doll’

Sophie Uyttenhove reviews UoB's Watch This's production of this original and thought-provoking play by Rebecca Chapman

Posted on 22nd March 2017

Vogue vs. Teen Vogue: Which is the Better Magazine?

Life&Style writer Natalie Welch debates whether Teen Vogue tops Vogue on being the better magazine

Posted on 22nd March 2017

Amal Clooney: Achievement vs Appearance

Comment writer Elin Kaemmer-Bailey argues against the media's portrayal of Amal Clooney

Posted on 21st March 2017

Redbrick News Investigates: Student Lettings In Selly Oak

Redbrick News' investigates the local rental market through a student survey, letting agent interviews and council regulation research

Posted on 20th March 2017

International Women’s Day 2017

For International Women's Day 2017, we invited our female editorial team into the Redbrick office to celebrate the day

Posted on 18th March 2017

Review: ‘One Love: The Bob Marley Musical’ at the Birmingham Rep

Becky Bryant reviews this refreshing and fascinating musical, which tells the story of the life, the loves, the struggles and the music of Bob Marley

Posted on 16th March 2017

UB Archery Secure First National Title in Thirty Years

The University of Birmingham's Archery team report on a successful BUTC tournament after winning gold medals and their first national title since 1988

Posted on 15th March 2017

Nintendo Switches The Spotlight To The Indies

With many critics claiming the Indie support for Switch will be the difference between life and death for Nintendo's new console, the company hastily released a promotional video to showcase some of the upcoming games

Posted on 11th March 2017

Review: ‘Shirley Valentine’

Natalie Welch welcomes back our old friend Shirley Valentine with open arms, in the revival of Willy Russell's popular play at the New Alexandra Theatre

Posted on 10th March 2017