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Review: ‘Frankenstein’ at the Crescent Theatre

Culture's Rhianna Hartshorne applauds Jenny Thurston's intimate and refreshing interpretation of Mary Shelley's classic novel

Posted on 23rd February 2017

Redbrick’s Guild Elections Guide 2017

Redbrick News have put together an extended guide to the candidates for 2017's Guild Elections so you can make the right choice

Posted on 23rd February 2017

A Photo Journal: North Korea

Travel writer, Charlie Dakin, gives a rare account of the unique opportunity of visiting North Korea

Posted on 21st February 2017

Birmingham Sweep at Home BUTTS Leg

Birmingham's archers competed in the next leg of the BUTTS Indoor league, which took place at the Selly Oak campus at the weekend

Posted on 20th February 2017

Live: BUCS Nationals – Sunday

Redbrick Sport brings you updates on how Birmingham are getting on at the final day of BUCS Nationals

Posted on 19th February 2017

A Strong Labour is Needed for Democracy

Comment writer Zoe Olukoga considers where the voice of opposition comes from today, and how necessary it is

Posted on 18th February 2017

Live: BUCS Nationals – Saturday

Redbrick Sport bring you updates from Day 2 of BUCS Nationals which is taking place in Sheffield

Posted on 18th February 2017

Hidden Gem: Luxembourg

Travel writer Alvia recommends considering visiting one of the less visited European cities such as Luxembourg

Posted on 18th February 2017

Redbrick Sport Decides: Gerrard or Lampard?

At the end of a season in which both Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard have announced their retirements from football, Redbrick Sport settle the age-old debate - who is better?

Posted on 18th February 2017

Review: Fences

Redbrick Film's Josh Woods reviews Fences, the play adaptation hotly tipped for Oscar glory

Posted on 17th February 2017

Chanel Haute Couture Show

Life&Style writer Alvia Zaidi looks back on and reviews Chanel's 2017 Haute Couture Show

Posted on 15th February 2017

Review: ‘Howl’, a Spoken Word Event

Naomi Simpson's view of the spoken word is transformed for the better, having attended 'Howl' at The Dark Horse in Moseley

Posted on 15th February 2017