Three students plan a crazy mission to drive to Mongolia, all in the name of charity
Ciara Cohen-Ennis was impressed by a new student written film.
The University has reinstated the final two student protestors after a two month suspension
Anthony Keen was stunned by 3Bugs’ production of House of America.
Three UoB students staked out in the library for an entire week in aid of raising money and awareness for Birmingham Nightline.
Reviews Editor Ciara, picks out the most entertaining events for the last week of term.
Take a look at our pick of the best events on this week.
Check out our pick of the best cultural events on this week.
It’s that time of year again to vote in new committees, see some plays and do some shopping. Check out The Tab’s pick of events this week.
Check out what events are in store for you this week.
Interview with Josh Sood, who has co-written a new musical to be performed at the Guild.
With Valentine’s Day, LBGT History Month, Consent Week and Green Transition Month there’s a lot going on in Brum! Here’s our pick of the best events this week.
A list of the Tab’s top events to keep you entertained this week
Chart the week ahead with this list of UoB’s cultural events.
Watch This’s student written plays can often be hit or miss. However, Ben Norris’ original play ‘Method’ was immensely engaging, entertaining and well executed.
UoB Equestrian Club strip off to raise funds for the Midlands Air Ambulance.
Excellent acting but an underwhelming performance: Infinity Stage Company presents Blue/Orange by Joe Penhall.
‘Watch This’ present an exciting piece of physical theatre.
The Tab had a few laughs at a student stand up event
Reviews editor Ciara rounds up some of this week’s events
Reviews editor Ciara takes a look at what’s coming up this week
Stuck for something to do this week? The Tab picks out the best of this week’s cultural offerings.
The son of Jamaican hero and civil rights activist Marcus Garvey visits UoB
A poetry competition saw Brum students beat Cantabs.
VIDEO: The best skate spots around the university, visited by Sam Curtis.
Joe’s hosts Take Me Out to raise money for Barnados. Let the Roosters see the house!
Reviews editor Ciara Cohen-Ennis went to see the Sons of Pitches sing their way into the finals of ‘The Voice Festival UK’
We interviewed a first year anti-abortion campaigner Becky*, a member of Cathsoc.