Lydia Waller, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Lydia Waller
Food&Drink Online Editor, English literature student.

Review: A Very Very Very Dark Matter at the Bridge Theatre

Lydia Waller reviews A Very Very Very Dark Matter at the Bridge Theatre

Posted on 20th March 2019

Review: The Early Bird Bakery

Food & Drink Editors Lydia Waller and Emily Calder, visit King Heath's The Early Bird Bakery, for the best brunch experience they have had to date

Posted on 20th March 2019

A Fine Serving Of Feminism in The Food Sector

Food & Drink Editor Lydia Waller celebrates a current example of all-female powered brands and production lines in the coffee industry, Girls Who Grind Coffee

Posted on 11th 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

Interview: Very Sad Food

Food&Drink Editor Lydia Waller interviews UoB based Instagram account creators of Very Sad Food, discussing all things baked beans and expectations of student life

Posted on 27th February 2019

Review: Selly’s New Sainsbury’s: The Place To Stock Up This Christmas?

Food & Drink's Editors review how super Selly Oak's new Sainsbury's super-store is

Posted on 27th December 2018

Mock Meat: What’s the Beef About?

Food and Drink Editor Lydia Waller questions the ethics behind mock-meat products

Posted on 8th December 2018

Keira Knightley Bans her Daughter From Disney Films

Food and Drink Editor Lydia Waller shares her opinion on Keira Knightley not allowing her daughter to watch certain Disney fairytale films due to toxic female depictions

Posted on 2nd December 2018

Heterosexual Civil Partnerships

Life&Style Writer Lydia Waller discusses the government's new agreement to make civil partnerships available to heterosexual couples

Posted on 19th November 2018

‘I’m Your Venus, I’m Your Fire…But For Who’s Desire?’ The Problematic History of Body Hair Removal

Life and Style's Lydia Waller discusses the history of body hair removal and the deep rooted standards of hair grooming in society

Posted on 1st October 2018

Imagine Catholic Appropriation…

Life&Style writer Lydia Waller takes a look back on the controversial theme from this year's Met Ball

Posted on 14th June 2018

Live Review: Peach Pit

Music Critic Lydia Waller reviews Peach Pit's latest live gig at Mama Roux's

Posted on 11th June 2018