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King Lear: Reviewed

I think it’s best to describe last Thursday's performance of King Lear as inconsistent and unpolished. There were moments where the desired style and gravitas of the production and the play itself shined, and where the concept of the play showed itself to be not only viable but unique and interesting. However, there were just as many moments where...

Polaris: Reviewed

Zeb Baker-Smith reviews Polaris, "a deeply personal story of family, friends, and sexuality," performed as part of the On the Rocks festival.

Urinetown: Reviewed

What happens when you have to pay to pee? Miles Hurley Reviews Urinetown

In Conversation with Dr Emma Jones

The Saint's Katie Munro sat down with Dr Emma Jones, an award-winning poet and currently-writing novelist, at the end of one of her evening creative writing classes.

The art of self expression (part two)

“I believe that wearing red lipstick is the most feminist statement a woman can make in five seconds flat.”

The television revolution: have we entered the golden age of television?

Daisy Treloar contemplates the reasons behind the rise in quality of television shows.

13 Reasons Why You Should Watch “Thirteen Reasons Why”

1.)   John Green - Though lacking in readership compared to John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars or Gayle Forman’s If I Stay, Jay Asher’s New Times Bestseller, 13 Reasons Why, is one of the most honest and moving Young Adult novels to emerge in recent years. Dealing with serious topics such as teen suicide, this mysterious drama, is...

Hollywood’s pale ghosts

Toby Symonds explains why white washing in the "Ghost in the Shell" is an industry wide trend that promises to keep paying out.

Get ready for a swim with Amy Hill

A sneak peak behind the student singer's new album Getting Ready For A Swim.

Franchise evolution

How does a franchise maintain its longevity and continue to interest fans while staying true to itself?