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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

The Critics: Satin Panthers

Satin Panthers Hudson Mowhawke LuckyMe LuckyMe Records are on a roll. The Glasgow based group of DJs, producers and bands has evolved from a promising start-up to...

The Critics: Death in Paradise

BBC One, 9 pm Tuesday Before we start let’s get a couple of things straight. If you’re looking for a crime thriller to replace the...

Itchy Feet returns to St Andrews

Touring club night Itchy Feet brought it's hip-twisting blend of classic swing and rock 'n' roll tunes to the Union this week. The Saint shuffled on down to tell you how it went.

Taylor Swift versus The Rest of the World: Is all this...

Lauren MacGowan backs Swift in the ongoing feud.

On the Rocks preview: Music Cafés

Anna Merryfield tells us what we can expect from Music is Love’s series of acoustic sessions in the Old Union Cafe

Franchise evolution

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

Review: Songs for a New World

'Songs for a New World’ was the perfect mixture of nostalgia, loss and hope that an episodic musical needs, according to Elischke De Villiers.

As You Like It reviewed

In shrugging off the burden of self-importance, the show lightens you with it

A rather forgettable film

Trance Dir. Danny Boyle 2/10* The initial premise seemed interesting enough. James McAvoy sat, in a suit and tie, his big blue eyes directed at the audience...

On the Rocks: something smells fishy

The Saint caught up with Lauren Hossack, whose documentary screened recently during On the Rocks