Review: The University Camerata, Barber Concerts, conducted by James Naylor and Daniel Mahoney

Review: ‘The Girls’

Review: ‘The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin’ at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Review: ‘The Hypocrite’ at the RSC

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  • AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: The University Camerata, Barber Concerts, conducted by James Naylor and Daniel Mahoney

    Sophie Uyttenhove takes a moment to absorb and enjoy the University Camerata's beautiful performance

    Written by Redbrick on 22nd April 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: ‘Global Voices’

    Kia Hunt reviews a wonderful event at the University of Birmingham, a creative celebration of interpreters and improvisation

    Written by Redbrick on 14th April 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘The Girls’

    Anna Brown heads to London to review 'The Girls', a rip-roaring and emotional musical based on the film 'Calendar Girls'

    Written by Anna Brown on 14th April 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin’ at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

    Maddie Bourne reviews a 'lively and sobering' musical about racism in 60's America

    Written by Madeleine Bourne on 10th April 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: Ulla’s Odyssey at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

    Culture Critic Anna Brown review's Ulla's Odyssey, a charming modern-day, child-friendly interpretation of Homer's Odyssey.

    Written by Redbrick on 8th April 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘The Hypocrite’ at the RSC

    Ruth Horsburgh reviews this 'utterly and wonderfully ridiculous' play, currently hitting the boards at the RSC

    Written by Ruth Horsburgh on 8th April 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘The Machine Stops’ at the Belgrade Theatre

    Rebecca Moore reviews an adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel, with a chilling yet relevant message for our technologically dependent society

    Written by Rebecca Moore on 7th April 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘The Diary of a Hounslow Girl’ at the Belgrade Theatre

    Naomi Simpson reviews Ambreen Razia's play, which deals with the merging of teenage culture and multi-culturalism, encouraging us all to value the power of listening and understanding in our noisy world

    Written by Naomi Simpson on 6th April 2017

    FEATURES

    Preview: The Flatpack Film Festival 2017

    Once again the fantastic independent Flatpack Film festival hits the streets of Birmingham, bringing us an alternative film experience

    Written by Redbrick on 2nd April 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘Julius Caesar’ at the RSC

    The RSC's dramatic first installment of their 2017 'Rome' season impresses Will Gillingham

    Written by Will Gillingham on 29th March 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ at the RSC

    Naomi Simpson reviews this brash, brutal and sexy production of one of Shakespeare's later works, part of the RSC's current 'Rome' season

    Written by Naomi Simpson on 29th March 2017

    REVIEW

    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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