Friday, December 8, 2017
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May Ball: another glorious year

Natasha Franks reviews May Ball 2017.

North Haugh Ball: a wonderland of whimsy

Sarah John reviews the fourth annual North Haugh Ball.

Polo 2017: buses, Bouvet and Blackhorn

Natasha Franks reviews the 2017 Charity Polo Tournament.

TEDx 2017 prepares for a new beginning

George Wilder previews TEDx 2017.

Noor: a charitable ray of light

Natasha Franks previews Noor, an upcoming spring charity festival.

Polo prepares to pop bottles at Errol Park

Sarah John previews the Polo Tournament.

May Dip vs May Ball: how to survive and thrive

Elischke de Villiers discusses the pros and cons of April 30th.

SITARA* stuns in glorious technicolour

Sitara* stunned on Friday night with an explosion of colour, creativity, zest, and zeal, like no other fashion show St Andrews has seen before. Setting itself apart from other events of this calibre with its incorporation of South Asian culture, as well as dance and drama performances to complement the catwalk portion of the night, Sitara* reawakened the...

Bacchanalia: an evening of debauched culture

Nobody quite knew what the elusive Bacchanalia would be like, but plenty rocked up at Younger Hall on Friday to see what happens when music, culture, wine and art combine in a Greek-themed event. The result: lots of fun, and a lovely ambience. People danced, sat around, chatted – it was a sociable affair, very easy-going, especially as no...

Blackhorn booked for Union, Rugby 7s, May Ball, and more

Natasha Franks previews several upcoming events.