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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

The music of St Andrews’ night life

The Union music scene is terrible. Absolutely horrendous. One minute, it’s 11 am and Skepta is blasting out of the speakers in Main Bar,...

St Andrews literary merit: the value of attending author talks

As an English Literature student, studying in a place of literary value was of great importance to me. When I first started at St...

The Räv: Nordic cuisine with a Scottish twist

This past week I had the opportunity to taste a selection of dishes from The Räv’s dinner menu. Located in what used to be...

Why you should listen to podcasts, and some places to start

There have been some interesting developments in the podcasting world in recent months. In November late night TV host Conan O’Brien began his own...

Taste of Asia: St Andrews’ biggest Asian food event

St Andrews biggest Asian food event is just around the corner. Taste of Asia brings together nine Asian cultural societies together in preparing a...

Rapture Bites: Lunchtime Theatre at the Byre

Shakespeare – I know, predictable much – once said, that ‘all the world’s a stage’ and, it’s easy to agree with such a declaration....

The Old Course launches caddie school for veterans

The Old Course Hotel is delighted to launch a month-long Caddie School for former soldiers in partnership with St Andrews Legacy, a not for...

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...

A tribute to the life and work of Karl Lagerfeld

I knew of Karl Lagerfeld long before I thought of him as a source of creative inspiration. Everyone knows his name, associating it with...

‘The Greenhouse’: Changing The Relationship Between Theatre And Sustainability At The...

“There is no more powerful tool in the world to spread an idea than performance.” This is how BoxedIn Theatre’s artistic director, Oli Savage,...