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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

The Critics: Honest Words

Honest Words King Creosote and Jon Hopkins Domino 4 out of 5 These musicians have both carved their careers on the fringes. Major label dalliances aside, King Creosote...

Eddie Redmayne tries for his second Oscar

"There is a sense of ambiguity over which of the film's two leads is the titular Danish girl"

Epicene, The Silent Woman Previewed

Following on from last year’s production of The Alchemist, the same production team brings another of Ben Jonson’s classics to the Barron Theatre this...

The Critics: No One Can Ever Know

The Twilight Sad Fat Cat Records 4 out of 5 It was 2009 when the last Twilight Sad LP was released and from the sounds of their...

Chris Moyles: Difficult Second Album – review

Difficult Second Album Chris Moyle Mercury 8/10* I approached ex-Radio One DJ Chris Moyles’ Difficult Second Album under no little apprehension. This is the man who garnered a...

New interiors for Zadie Smith

NW, by Zadie Smith 304 pages Hamish Hamilton NW, by Zadie Smith, had the luxury of a guaranteed readership. Previous novels by Smith, White Teeth, The Autograph...

On the Rocks is recruiting!

The UK's biggest arts festival is recruiting for the 2016-17 academic year.

Rule Britannia?

The Tate Britain recently opened a new show called ‘Migrations’, a title which immediately evokes general images of travelling, and specifically of travelling to...

The ultimate dark jazz comedy

It’s a new production of something which isn’t quite a play.

An interview with Alex Bryson

Student DJ Alex Bryson is making quite a name for himself in St Andrews. The Saint caught up with him to find out what it is that makes him tick ahead of his 600th Finale Ball set