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Saturday, May 25, 2019

The Glitch: ‘Fireworks’ – single review

The Glitch, a five piece alternative pop-rock band from Fife, returned this month with their new single "Fireworks". Although the natural home of the...

Nina Nesbitt – Peroxide review

Nina Nesbitt's debut album suffers from a split personality

Game of Thrones: Mhysa – Review

Richard Browne reviews the final instalment of season three

Reading for Pleasure During Exam Season? Novella’s for the Busy Student

Exam season: The two dreaded words that seem to be on the tip of everyone’s tongue. It can be frustrating to be told to...

A moment with Luke Sital-Singh

For an artist to make an impact with just their voice and a single instrument, they must be something quite special. Luke Sital-Singh, a...

A review of Carphanaum, Nadine Labeki’s eye opening documentary

Carphanaüm is the story of a boy named Zain who attempts to sue his parents for giving him life. It rests on a very...

The Saint’s November playlist

What have The Saint's music team been listening to this month?

Dreamworks producer Tom Engelman stops by for tea

On 9 February, the Film Studies department invited Dreamworks producer Tom Engelman to speak to St Andrean students about his Hollywood and international career...

St Andrews’ trending October essentials

When Saints think of October they are usually eager to take part take in activities traditionally associated with the fall. They ponder on how to participate in...

Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche Reviewed

The production felt very inclusive and welcoming to all.