Review: ‘Just Call Me God: A Dictator’s Final Speech’ at the Symphony Hall

Review: ‘Pink Mist’ at the Birmingham Rep

Review: Oyster Boy at the Old Jointstock Theatre

Review: 3BUGS Fringe presents ‘100’

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    Review: ‘Just Call Me God: A Dictator’s Final Speech’ at the Symphony Hall

    Naomi Simpson reviews Michael Sturminger’s powerful and frighteningly thought-provoking play, performed at the Symphony Hall

    Written by Naomi Simpson on 27th March 2017

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    Review: ‘Pink Mist’ at the Birmingham Rep

    Rebecca Moore reviews 'Pink Mist', a play which considers the lives of soldiers before, during and after warfare

    Written by Rebecca Moore on 27th March 2017

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    Review: Oyster Boy at the Old Jointstock Theatre

    Culture Critic Will Gillingham enjoys Haste Theatre's creative adaptation of Tim Burton's darkly comic poem, The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy

    Written by Will Gillingham on 25th March 2017

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    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

    Written by Redbrick on 22nd March 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: 3BUGS Fringe presents ‘100’

    Despite some impressive performances, Rosie Solomon struggles with the latest production from 3BUGS Fringe Theatre company

    Written by Rosie Solomon on 22nd March 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: BUDS Time To Dance

    Culture Editors Olivia Boyce and Sophie Taylor are entertained by BUDS' spectacular showcase, Time To Dance.

    Written by Olivia Boyce & Sophie Taylor on 21st March 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Live Review: A Night with the UBMS Big Band and Friends

    Laura Burgess and Imogen Allen review a wonderful musical treat, delivered by the University of Birmingham's Medical Society Big Band, singing groups and dance troupes

    Written by Imogen Allen on 21st March 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    ‘Making Space’ at UoB

    Olivia Boyce shares her thoughts on UoB's new project, in conjunction with International Women's day, celebrating the vital role of women in academia throughout the university's history

    Written by Olivia Boyce on 16th March 2017

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    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

    Written by Redbrick on 16th March 2017

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    Review: ‘The Commitments’ at the New Alexandra Theatre

    Culture Editor Rebecca Moore enjoys The Commitments, Roddy Doyle's delightful musical, as it plays the New Alexandra Theatre

    Written by Rebecca Moore on 15th March 2017

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    Review: ‘Virago’ at the mac

    'Virago', a collaboration between the mac Birmingham and the Old Rep Theatre, provides a voice for women worldwide. Amber Allcock reviews this unique and thought-provoking play

    Written by Amber Allcock on 14th March 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: Watch This presents a 48 Hour ‘Back to the Future’

    Holly Reaney throws herself into the madness, mayhem and hilarity of Watch This Society's well-renowned 48 Hour show, based on the much loved film 'Back to the Future'

    Written by Holly Reaney on 14th March 2017
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