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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Director’s preview: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore

Director Ryan Hay shares his thoughts on one of this year's exciting Edinburgh Fringe shows.

The Saint reviews: Godspell

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is a-knocking and to get things started Emily Hill samples some Bubble based thespian antics with a review of A...

Fringe Blogs: The Actor

As the St Andrews Revue end their run at the Edinburgh Festival, a clutch of four star reviews in hand, Christy White-Spunner reflects on...

Fringe 2014: Newton’s Cauldron review

Newton's Cauldron, Tim Foley's latest play, tells the story of the downfall of magic and the rise of science in the 17th century from...

An insider’s guide to the Edinburgh Fringe

It is a truth universally acknowledged that, during the Edinburgh Fringe, student performers and reviewers exist in a permanent state of general squalor. Four...

Knox Knox, who’s there?

Tamar Ziff expresses indignation at the media's focus on Amanda Knox rather than her victim, Meredith Kercher

Fringe Blogs: The Actor

Christy White-Spunner waxes lyrical about his time at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. A poem written on an iPhone about people who are creatively arrogant, by...

St Andrews at the Fringe 2012

Meet Jocelyn Cox - this year’s mermaid’s President - fresh from a fantastic Fringe festival. Emily Hill spoke to her about her experiences and...

The St Andrews Revue: Sketch Comedy

Jonathan Bucks sits down with The St Andrews Revue ahead of their first run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, to discuss cocaine, fully clothed...

Fringe Blogs: The Local

When the News Editor asked me to write a column about the Fringe, I punched him. A week later, he asked again, assuring me...