Meg Davies


Meg Davies
Bristol University

Student life, university news, university culture, interviews, theatre reviews, live music, events, social media, current affairs

  • Meg Davies is a student writer for the Bristol Tab, primarily focused on writing news and opinion articles
  • Meg has written a variety of articles about student life, including interviews, news stories and reviews
  • In her free time, Meg enjoys travelling, attending music concerts and theatre shows, and experiencing Bristol nightlife with her friends


Meg joined The Bristol Tab in September 2023, writing everything from student interviews to theatre reviews. She enjoys writing on topics that spark controversy amongst students


Meg is a final year English student at the University of Bristol, taking a particular interest in celebrity culture studies and gender activism, writing a dissertation on celebrity feminism


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Seven places to cheer on your friends running the half marathon at the Great Bristol run

Enjoy your pints in the sun while shouting ‘run faster’ to your mate who has bitten off more than they can chew

Bristol student returns to American football club as coach after suffering spinal injury

Archie says he didn’t want to ‘quit on my friends’ at his beloved sports club

Bristol University master’s student, 70, graduates despite losing majority of eyesight

Paul Deal hopes to inspire other retirees to follow their academic dreams in later life

Peter Pan at The Bristol Hippodrome: A jubilant show to thaw the heart of all Bristolians

Cheeky humour, plenty of glitter, and Taylor Swift?

Meet the Bristol Uni students running to Cardiff in support of Mind and Narcolepsy UK

The group of boys hope to ‘break the silence’ around mental health and narcolepsy

‘Pry my Marlboro Golds from my cold, dead hands’: Students react to new no-smoking signs

‘Banning smoking is the first step to a totalitarian one party state, trust me’