Monday, July 24, 2017
The semester is ending, revision is around the corner, and at this point, you’re just dying to get out of the Bubble. Well never fear, The Saint has you covered.
Politically charged popular music released in the last few months has showcased examples ranging from stunningly sophisticated lyricism to cringeworthy wannabe-revolution-anthems.
A sneak peak behind the student singer's new album Getting Ready For A Swim.

Routing ticket touting

Kate Munro explores the complex, and often frustrating, world of ticket touting.
Simona Mezzina felt the On The Rocks Programme Launch was a "welcoming and inspired night" largely down to the "wonderful artists that performed all night long."
From psalms to the Avett Brothers - how mountains have always inspired artistic creation, especially music.
Kenalyn Ang sits down with the creators of The Wax Collective.

Review: OpSoc’s Semele

Zebedee Baker-Smith reviews Opera Society's ambitious production of 'Semele.'

Preview: Semele

A preview of Opera Society's first ever fully staged opera- Handel's Semele, with a twist, set in gangster New York.

Review: SCO Vibe St Andrews

A review of SCO Vibe St Andrews - an event last Sunday evening that showcased the results of a weekend-long workshop between student songwriters and professional musicians.