Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time at the Hippodrome

Review: Welsh National Opera’s Madam Butterfly

Review: BMOS Musical Theatre Company presents My Fair Lady

A Love Letter to Brum

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    Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time at the Hippodrome

    Culture Editor Rebecca Moore reviews a 'visually and emotionally stunning' touring production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.

    Written by Rebecca Moore on 7th July 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: Welsh National Opera’s Madam Butterfly

    Ruth Horsburgh is stunned by the Welsh National Opera's Madam Butterfly at the Birmingham Hippodrome

    Written by Ruth Horsburgh on 1st July 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: BMOS Musical Theatre Company presents My Fair Lady

    Culture critic Will Gillingham is captivated by BMOS Musical Theatre Company's My Fair Lady

    Written by Will Gillingham on 27th June 2017

    CULTURE

    Radio Recording: Radio 4’s Women Talking About Cars

    Culture writer Ruth Horsburgh talks about her glimpse into the recording of the refreshing new Radio 4 programme presented by Victoria Coren Mitchell

    Written by Ruth Horsburgh on 27th June 2017

    FEATURES

    A Love Letter to Brum

    Culture Editor Imogen Tink bids both Birmingham and Redbrick a fond farewell

    Written by Imogen Tink on 22nd June 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: GMTG’s Summer Showcase ‘Step in Time’

    Culture Editor Olivia Boyce reviews an enjoyable performance of GMTG's summer showcase, 'Step in Time', featuring songs from theatre and film

    Written by Olivia Boyce on 17th June 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: 3BUGS Fringe Theatre’s ’12’

    Culture Critic Rosie Solomon reviews 3BUGS Fringe Theatre's production of '12', a reimagining of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, before it embarks on a run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

    Written by Rosie Solomon on 16th June 2017

    SLIDER (CULTURE)

    Preview: Summer In Southside Festival

    Culture Editor Olivia Boyce previews the Summer in Southside Festival at the Hippodrome, a weekend of free entertainment on the 17th and 18th of June

    Written by Olivia Boyce on 16th June 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘Stadium’ at the Birmingham Rep

    More Championship than Champions League: Stadium’s humour struggles to overcome its pitfalls

    Written by Olli Meek on 16th June 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: Article 19 presents ‘Hamlet’

    Rhys Morgan reviews Article 19's production of Hamlet, a witty and subversive take on one of Shakespeare's most well-known plays

    Written by Redbrick on 15th June 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: Infinity Stage Company presents ‘Monkey Bars’

    Infinity Stage Company's production of 'Monkey Bars' proves to be the antidote to Rosie Solomon's post-university-life worries

    Written by Rosie Solomon on 10th June 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘The Addams Family’ at the Birmingham Hippodrome

    Rebecca Moore spends an evening in the company of the creepy, kooky and highly entertaining Addams Family

    Written by Rebecca Moore on 8th June 2017
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