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Thursday, April 18, 2019

A guide to hosting Thanksgiving

If you are one of the many Americans in St Andrews, there is hardly a time to feel more homesick than on Thanksgiving. Instead...

A Bit of Scottish Charm

Scottish Chamber Orchestra Wed 19 Oct 2011 Younger Hall To those who revere contemporary pop music, the sound of classical music may evoke archaic images of harpsichords,...

Around the World in 80 Minutes

Devini Pabari reviews an eclectic night of international music

The Saint book club: literature bites

We recommend the best food-related reads for this coming Spring

With a lot of punchlines: Without a Punchline – review

Without a Punchline Dir. Rory Mackenzie **** Rory Mackenzie’s first foray into the world of writing and directing theatre was certainly not a timid one. His play...

Man in Blues: Al Hughes interview

David Hershaw: The first question I want to ask you is; how does a Scottish guy, living in Markinch, develop such an authentic mid...

Cumberbatch’s Hamlet: a review

When Lyndsey Turner’s production of Hamlet first arrived at the Barbican in 2015, it was one of the most anticipated and hyped-up shows in...

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...

The Saint reviews: A Betrayal of Penguins: Harmed and Dangerous and...

So far this week I have seen two comedy shows. One featured three performers, the other a solo performer. One featured three promising young...

(End of) Summer Reading

Ready Player One Ernest Cline Crown Publishing Group   The best book published this summer was unquestionably Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One. Cline has a serious fetish for...