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General Election 2017 | News | UK

General Election 2017: The Burn Analysis

In the two weeks since GE17, the UK’s General Election on the 8th of June 2017, the political reverberations resonating from it have not abated in significance, and will remain crucial to the future of this country. Here, Burn’s analysts give you their take on how each of the top four parties fared; after reputations rose defiantly, …Read More

Festivals | Music

ValeFest 2017 Review

ValeFest 2017’s record number of performers entertained several thousand punters on Saturday in what will have been a hugely satisfying day for the student organisers. The festival boasted five venues: the main stage, second stage, dance tent, acoustic tent and arts tents, as well as multiple food, merchandise and charity stalls, and over the course …Read More

Features | Sport

ICC Champions Trophy Preview

Starting today! Oli Lathrope previews the ICC Champions Trophy. The eyes of the cricketing world will descend upon England and Wales this week with the beginning of the ICC Champions Trophy. The competition, contested by the world’s best eight sides, across 18 days, featuring 15 matches will give an indication of just how well sides …Read More

Arts & Culture | Arts Features | Features | Musical | Spotlight on Societies | Theatre Reviews

3BUGS and LGBTQ Association’s ’12’ Review

Rating:  4.5 stars The atmosphere at the dress run of 3BUGS Fringe Theatre and UoB’s LGBTQ Association’s performance ‘12’, directed by Annie Kershaw, was one of hilarity and vibrancy. What was promised to the audience was “a new version” of Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’, and right from entering the space, it was clear this promise would …Read More