Will Amott

Review: Orphans

Infinity Stage Company blew Will Amott away with their production ‘Orphans’.

Review: Talk

Talk is by no means all bark and no bite. But it could probably do with a little more bite.

Review: After Dark Sketch Show

Will Amott is in two minds about the latest Footnotes sketch show.

Clocking Off Early

His age is clearly starting to get the better of him.

Vote Now: Birmingham’s Worst Night Out

Let us know where you think is bum in Brum.

Senate chamber occupation flares up

Student occupation of Aston Webb turns into heated demonstration.

Have You Met MyMateTom?

Two third-year UoB students go above and beyond to make stumbling into student nights that little bit easier.

Matilda: The 48 Hour

‘Watch This’ present a light-hearted, good-natured romp to put a grin on your face on this wintry night.

Pumpkins, Patriarchy and ‘Slutty’ Girls

Will Amott’s perspective on the Halloween debate that always sets tongues wagging.

Unay Of The Year

The Times and The Sunday Times have handed out quite the accolade to us lot

Friends with benefits not so beneficial

52% of female and 54% of male fuck buddies are unhappy with the arrangement

Brum Girls: where to meet which type of girl

Coachella fans, conversation, or disco pants and a bandeau? We let you know where.

Review: Chicken Run: the 48 hour

Chicken Run: The 48 Hour left Will Amott very clucking annoyed.

Review: Chess

Will Amott was blown away by GMTG’s ‘Chess’

Review: The Neighbourhood Watch

Will Amott was excited to see ‘The Neighbourhood Watch’ presented by ‘Watch This’ but was left disappointed.

Meet Hannah Witton

She’s the second year Historian with thousands of YouTube followers

Super-rich alumni put Brum in top ten

Uni’s ‘ultra-high net worth’ grads put us 10th in league table for fat cats

48 Hours Sleepless In Selly

Will stayed awake for 48 hours in an attempt to get some serious revision done. However, instead he just started to lose the plot.

Review: The Graduate

Review of Article 19’s production of ‘The Graduate’ directed by Jenny Davis and produced by Jen Symes.

Review: The Tragedy of King Richard III

Will Amott ventured back to the Vale for Infinity’s The Tragedy of King Richard III. It was by no means a tragedy, but not quite a triumph.

Review: The Pillowman

Will Amott went to check out Infinity’s The Pillowman – a dark comedy that proved very dark, and quite comedic.

Sport the Difference

Tab columnist Will Amott questions why Sports night was branded as ‘Motion @ The Hub’ instead of the club’s true identity: a gay club called Nightingales.