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    ‘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


    Preview: Infinity Stage Company presents ‘God of Carnage’

    Rosie Solomon previews UoB's very own Infinity Stage Company's upcoming production

    Written by Rosie Solomon on 8th March 2017


    #Nastywoman: Slam Poetry or an Insightful Social Commentary?

    Antonia Miles discusses Nina Mariah Donovan's powerful poem, written in response to the recent inauguration of Donald Trump, which deals with inequality, the problems of power and the strength of words

    Written by Antonia Miles on 3rd March 2017


    Book Review: ‘Criticism – Ideas in Profile’ by Catherine Belsey

    Catherine Belsey gives a fresh and interesting perspective on the often difficult field of literary criticism, according to Culture critic Holly Reaney

    Written by Holly Reaney on 15th February 2017


    A Brummie Burns Night

    Culture's Naomi Simpson brings a merry night of whisky wonder and haggis hiatus to Selly Oak in honour of Scotland's much loved poet, Robert 'Rabbie' Burns

    Written by Naomi Simpson on 1st February 2017


    Book Review: ‘Dead Dogs and Splintered Hearts’ by Tom Ward

    Culture critic Naomi Simpson finds Tom Wards'collection of short stories an absorbing and powerful reflection of the lives of everyday people

    Written by Naomi Simpson on 28th November 2016


    An Interview with Ryan Gander

    Culture editor Imogen Tink chats with artist Ryan Gander about his curation of the 'Night at the Museum' exhibition at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

    Written by Imogen Tink on 26th November 2016


    Redbrick Meets: Iona Donnelly and Eve Laycock

    Culture Critic Ruth Horsburgh interviews two of Birmingham's own students, as they discuss the Med School ARTE's upcoming production of 'Made in Dagenham'

    Written by Ruth Horsburgh on 11th November 2016


    The Globe Theatre Says Farewell to Artistic Director Emma Rice

    Culture writer Hannah Brierley leaps to the defence of Emma Rice, whose departure from her position as Artistic Director of the Globe Theatre was recently announced. Where does the future of the theatre lie without her?

    Written by Hannah Brierley on 29th October 2016


    Preview: Culture’s Quick Guide to What’s On this Halloween

    Culture Editor Olivia Boyce shares a preview of a few of the shows and experiences on offer in Birmingham this Halloween

    Written by Olivia Boyce on 28th October 2016


    Book to the Future Presents: ‘The Woman Who Went to War with Shakespeare’

    Book to the Future, the University of Birmingham's annual Literary Festival, presented a talk by our very own Professor Chris Laoutaris on a fascinating and lesser known figure involved in the life of William Shakespeare

    Written by Ruth Horsburgh on 20th October 2016


    A Hidden Gem: The Barber Institute of Fine Arts

    From collections of art work to performances of classical music... Sarah Daniels explores the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, our very own on-campus Art Gallery at the University of Birmingham.

    Written by Sarah Daniels on 28th April 2016
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