Sorcha Hornett, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Sorcha Hornett
social secretary & third year english lit student that drinks a lot of coffee and thinks she can write.

Twitter: @sorchahornettxo

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

Live Review: Tom Odell

Social Sec Sorcha Hornett reviews Tom Odell's enjoyable and energetic recent stop at Birmingham's O2 Academy

Posted on 14th January 2019

The Not-So-Glossy Future of the Magazine Industry

Social Secretary Sorcha Hornett discusses the fall of the magazine industry as more and more magazines switch to being online

Posted on 12th January 2019

Britain’s Best Christmas Markets

Social Secretary Sorcha Hornett shares her favourite British Christmas Markets

Posted on 28th December 2018

Day Trips: In and Around Birmingham

Social Secretary Sorcha Hornett shares her favourite spots for day trips in and around Birmingham

Posted on 6th December 2018

Preview: Tom Odell

Upon the release of Tom Odell's newest album, Social Secretary Sorcha Hornett tells us why his accompanying UK tour is an intimate experience not to be missed

Posted on 15th October 2018

Live Review: Pale Waves

Sorcha Hornett witnessed Pale Waves stepping out from the shadows of their predecessors on stage in Digbeth and tells us all about it

Posted on 5th October 2018

Single Review: Lana Del Rey- Mariners Apartment Complex

Lana Del Rey's newest single presents her timeless style of whimsical pop, Social Secretary Sorcha Hornett discusses

Posted on 21st September 2018

Redbrick Meets: Pale Waves

Social Secretary Sorcha Hornett chats new releases, touring, and the future of Pale Waves with lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie

Posted on 17th September 2018

Festival Review: Community

Social Sec Sorcha Hornett reviews the second outing of Finsbury Park's own celebration of indie rock's finest, Community Festival

Posted on 18th July 2018

Redbrick Meets: Years & Years

In discussion with Emre Türkmen, Sorcha Hornett finds out more about the new album from Years & Years

Posted on 4th July 2018

Album Review: Fickle Friends – You Are Someone Else

Sorcha Hornett enjoys a debut from Brighton pop gems Fickle Friends, a record sure to worm its way into your summer playlists

Posted on 13th April 2018