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Monday, September 24, 2018

The Drowsy Chaperone Reviewed: A Musical Marvel

Theatre reviewer Barney Bruce-Smythe attended the biggest show of the semester on opening night and shares his thoughts with the St Andrews community.

Pottermore – The Name of the Game

We play videogames everyday, but only a few of us actually realise it.  J.K. Rowling has helped develop what has been dubbed a ‘website’, an...

This is a Man’s World

A new exhibition at the St Andrews Museum, “Seeing in a Wider Sense”, brings together Anthropology and Artwork, but it leaves the gender divide...

Future My Love

On day 6 of the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Lewis Camley saw one of the more remarkable films on show - Future My Love....

Burton goes back to basics

Grace Card reviews Tim Burton's latest, Frankenweenie

Waterlogged

Philip Gross and Don Paterson write about water, history and the meaning of words. Both poets are due to read at the Stanza festival...

Cult film of the week: Heathers

The 1988 black comedy is Mean Girls, but with serial killers and scrunchies

The Cripple of Inishmaan: A preview

In December 1996, Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan premiered at the Royal National Theatre in London. Born to Irish parents but raised in London, McDonagh aspired to...

Keeping the racket up – The Retrophobes

Name The Retrophobes Sound Blues-Rock Members Andy Clark - Lead Guitar Dan Craig - Drums, Vocals Phil Holmes - Lead Vocals, Guitar Fraser Dunlop - Bass Description The Retrophobes are one of the most...

Game of Thrones: Kissed by Fire – Review

The critically-acclaimed (and jaw-droppingly brilliant) HBO series Game of Thrones has returned to screens on both sides of the Atlantic. Each week, Richard Browne...