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Thursday, September 20, 2018

A tasty dose of chaos: Pass the Salt – review

Pass the Salt Dir. Simon Lamb and Andrew Illsley *** Pass the Salt: A Play Peppered With Humour does very well in delivering the humour promised in...

Equus: Dark Visions and Admiration

Emma Galligani reviews Alexander Gillespie's Equus

“Fisk” in the Byre Theatre: A preview

“Many men go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not just fish they are after.” A man sails alone in a tiny...

‘Orpheus in the Underworld’ Hits High (and Low) Notes

The phrase ‘student opera’ is one that hardly inspires confidence in the ordinary theatre-goer. I have had the great misfortune of attending a number...

Citizens of Nowhere: a preview

It’s 11 p.m., the hosts of the last radio show of the day are leaving the STAR studio in the Union. It should be...

Fresh talent in St Andrews

Mermaids have been busy keeping us entertained with their 2012 Freshers' Plays programme. Here's the lowdown on what they had to offer...

Salomé: where it went wrong

Unfortunately the play’s artistic excellence seemed to come at the detriment of the rest of the show.

My Shrinking Life – review

The National Theatre of Scotland brought its unique and powerful new show, My Shrinking Life, to the Byre Theatre this week. The Saint went along to see this striking dramatisation of the effects of MS on its sufferers.

Edinburgh Fringe 2014: Wolf Whistle review

Xara Bennett-Jones reviews St Andrews student Joanna Alpern's Fringe play

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.