Ruth Horsburgh, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Ruth Horsburgh
Second year English student.

Review: Evita at the Birmingham Hippodrome

Culture critic Ruth Horsburgh reviews Evita, 'a treat for the eyes and ears', at the Birmingham Hippodrome.

Posted on 21st March 2018

Review: Mozart’s ‘Don Giovanni’ performed by Welsh National Opera at the Hippodrome

Culture critic Ruth Horsburgh reviews the Welsh National Opera's 'memorable' production of Mozart's Don Giovanni.

Posted on 8th March 2018

Preview: Dara Ó Briain’s ‘The Voice of Reason’ tour

Culture critic Ruth Horsburgh previews Dara Ó Briain's 'Voice of Reason' tour ahead of an engagement at the Birmingham Hippodrome.

Posted on 28th February 2018

REVIEW: Strangers on a Train at the New Alexandra Theatre

Culture Critic Ruth Horsburgh enjoys Craig Warner's "fantastic and enthralling" adaption of Strangers On A Train at the New Alexandra Theatre.

Posted on 30th January 2018

Christmas Spectacular at The Birmingham Symphony Hall

Culture critic Ruth Horsburgh enjoys a truly spectacular Christmas treat at the Birmingham Symphony Hall.

Posted on 31st December 2017

REVIEW: Spectacular Classics at Symphony Hall

Culture critic Ruth Horsburgh reviews the Spectacular Classics concert at Symphony Hall, enjoying an evening of stunning performances.

Posted on 20th November 2017

Review: Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing at Malvern Theatres

Culture Critic Ruth Horsburgh reviews an enjoyable production of Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing, a play about love, fidelity, authenticity and truth

Posted on 11th November 2017

REVIEW: Private Peaceful at the Old Rep

Culture Critic Ruth Horsburgh reviews a stunning and thought-provoking production of Private Peaceful, Michael Morpurgo's bestselling novel.

Posted on 15th October 2017

REVIEW: Skylight at the Crescent Theatre

Culture Critic Ruth Horsburgh reviews the Crescent Theatre's production of David Hare's Skylight, a play about love and loss

Posted on 12th October 2017

Review: Son of a Preacher Man at the New Alexandra Theatre

Culture critic Ruth Horsburgh is left disappointed by Son of a Preacher Man, a new jukebox musical based on the songs of Dusty Springfield.

Posted on 14th September 2017

Review: Welsh National Opera’s Madam Butterfly

Ruth Horsburgh is stunned by the Welsh National Opera's Madam Butterfly at the Birmingham Hippodrome

Posted on 1st July 2017

Radio Recording: Radio 4’s Women Talking About Cars

Culture writer Ruth Horsburgh talks about her glimpse into the recording of the refreshing new Radio 4 programme presented by Victoria Coren Mitchell

Posted on 27th June 2017