Review: William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (Abridged)

Review: The House of Bernarda Alba

Review: ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ at the New Alexandra Theatre

Review: ‘Howl’, a Spoken Word Event

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    Review: Roger Hiorns at the IKON Gallery

    Matt Magill explores the fascinating new exhibition at the Ikon Gallery, which pushes artistic boundaries and challenges our understanding of art

    Written by Matthew Magill on 21st February 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (Abridged)

    'All the world's a stage'... Culture's Will Gillingham enjoys a night of bedazzling swaggery, as the Reduced Shakespeare company work their magic at the Birmingham Rep

    Written by Will Gillingham on 21st February 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: The House of Bernarda Alba

    Hannah Brieley reviews a play depicting the struggle and the strength of the human spirit performed by disabled acting company Graeae

    Written by Hannah Brierley on 21st February 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ at the New Alexandra Theatre

    Culture's Tatiana Zhelezniakova is thoroughly entertained by this classic show, performed at the New Alexandra Theatre

    Written by Tatiana Zhelezniakova on 16th February 2017

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    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

    Written by Redbrick on 15th February 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘What’s in a Name?’ at the Birmingham Rep

    It turns out that there is a great deal in a name... 'What's in a Name' at the Birmingham Rep explores the world of domesticity, family, relationships and the tensions that surround them

    Written by Rebekah Quixano Henriques on 15th February 2017

    FEATURES

    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

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    Review: V-Day UoB “The Vagina Monologues” with The Women’s Association & Infinity Stage Company

    Culture Editor Olivia Boyce is entertained and moved by a student performance of The Vagina Monologues, staged as part of the V-Day movement

    Written by Olivia Boyce on 12th February 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: There Will Be Blood: Live at Symphony Hall with the London Contemporary Orchestra

    Culture Critic Naomi Simpson reviews 'There Will Be Blood' at Symphony Hall, where the 2007 film was accompanied by the London Contemporary Orchestra

    Written by Naomi Simpson on 12th February 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: Wonderland at the New Alexandra Theatre

    Culture Editor Olivia Boyce enjoys a fabulous foray into Wonderland, a musical about the older Alice's adventures, in a new and terrific touring production

    Written by Olivia Boyce on 7th February 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: The Buddy Holly Story at the Wolverhampton Grand

    Culture critic Rebecca Moore enjoys a rip-roaring trip through the life of a musical legend, the much loved Buddy Holly

    Written by Redbrick on 7th February 2017

    REVIEW

    Review: ‘Making Tracks’

    Adele Franghiadi reviews the beautiful performances of Derek Gripper and Paolo Angeli at a performance of their 2017 tour

    Written by Adele Franghiadi on 7th February 2017
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