Issy Campbell, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Issy Campbell
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Redbrick’s Festival Guide 2019

Summer is on its way and so are some stellar festivals. Here is a month-by-month guide to Redbrick's top festival picks of the year

Posted on 12th April 2019

My Favourite Place in the World: Redbrick Editors’ Choices

From North America to South New Zealand, Redbrick Editors share their favourite places in the world, and why you should visit them too

Posted on 18th March 2019

International Women’s Day: Redbrick’s Women of the Future

Our female editors discuss the women ready to take over the world this International Women's Day

Posted on 8th March 2019

Single Review: Sigrid – Don’t Feel Like Crying

Deputy Editor Issy Campbell is impressed by the mass appeal of Sigrid's latest single, though voices concern for the future trajectory of her career

Posted on 6th March 2019

What Happens Next?

Deputy Editor Issy Campbell argues that universities must do more to support students who don't want to pursue postgraduate education

Posted on 24th February 2019

Redbrick’s Albums of 2018

As 2018 finally draws to a close, Redbrick Music reflects on the best music releases in our annual Albums of the Year feature

Posted on 5th January 2019

Live Review: ‘Warehouse Project Presents’

Deputy Editor Issy Campbell discusses the most recent Warehouse Project event, and why, with its incredibly skilled and varied line-up, it goes down as one of their best yet.

Posted on 20th December 2018

How to Hot Gin this Christmas

Deputy Editor Issy Campbell writes a comprehensive How to Guide on this Winter's new favourite festive drink

Posted on 16th December 2018

A History of Your Student Voice

Celebrating the publication of our 1500th print edition, read the story of how Redbrick amplified the student voice of the University of Birmingham

Posted on 9th December 2018

Preview: The Warehouse Project ‘Sounds Of The Near Future’

Issy Campbell previews the upcoming Sounds Of The Near Future lineup curated by The Warehouse Project

Posted on 30th November 2018

Warehouse Project Preview: Kurupt FM The Last Tour Ever ‘Probably’

Deputy Editor Issy Campbell takes a look at the line up for what could be Kurupt FM's last ever tour

Posted on 23rd November 2018

Preview: Warehouse Project New Years Day

As the iconic Store Street venue closes its doors, Deputy Editor Issy Campbell takes a look at its final Warehouse Project line-up

Posted on 22nd November 2018