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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Opera Interactive: Coffee Cantata: A review

Opera Society’s performance of Bach’s Coffee Cantata was one of the many pleasant revelations of this year’s On The Rocks. In a way, it...

The Physicists: A review

The Physicists, or Die Physiker, is a satirical play written by Swiss playwright Friedrich Dürrenmatt. The plot revolves entirely around the drawing room of...

The Day the Mirth Stood Still: A negative review

St Andrews’ improv comedy troupe Blind Mirth scripted a sketch show to go up in the Byre Theatre as part of this year's On...

Twelfth Night: A review

Like anyone with discerning tastes, my first brush with Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night was the 2006 romantic comedy adaptation She’s the Man, starring Amanda Bynes...

JAMnesty: A review

JAMnesty is a great, easygoing event to go along to. In support of Amnesty International, a few singers and bands took part to make...

21 Chump Street: A review

If you are unfamiliar with the 15-minute musical that is 21 Chump Street (as I was when I first attended the event), it is...

A Cappella Sofia Sessions: A review

On the fifth day of the On The Rocks Festival, good coffee and even greater music united for a laid-back A Cappella Sofa Sessions,...

The Day the Mirth Stood Still: A positive review

In the midst of deadlines and the return from a supposedly relaxing spring break, On The Rocks has brought some much-needed entertainment to the...

The Cripple of Inishmaan: A preview

In December 1996, Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan premiered at the Royal National Theatre in London. Born to Irish parents but raised in London, McDonagh aspired to...

Sweeney Todd: A review

Tackling such a well-known and iconic musical as Sweeney Todd was inevitably going to be an ambitious move for the Just So Society. With...