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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Ubu Roi: A preview

Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi premiered on 10 December 1896 in Paris, causing riots in audiences. It is considered one of the first absurdist plays...

Timeless: A review

I love all elements of theatre but one thing I can’t seem to get into is dance on its own. I find that I...

After the Call: A review

After the Call was a strange collection of music, monologues and snatches of drama, all taking place in St Andrews Episcopal Church. The church...

Inklight Poetry Slam: A review

Thursday night saw an Inklight -St Andrews’ creative writing society who host poetry readings in Aikman’s every so often host an event as part...

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...