14 C
Saint Andrews
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Review: Songs for a New World

'Songs for a New World’ was the perfect mixture of nostalgia, loss and hope that an episodic musical needs, according to Elischke De Villiers.

Siren: preview

A new club night is coming to 601 this Wednesday. Siren - "let the call of the arts draw you under." I interviewed Sirens creators,...

On the Rocks: Gallathea review

Gallathea failed to deliver on its considerable promise

Review: Jerusalem

Director Al Gillespie "had his hands full" with this ambitious production, writes Ryan Hay.

Black Comedy Reviewed

The play may have been a technical success, but too often it succumbed to greater demons by turning everything up to eleven.

Shakespeare Festival: The King is Dead

The King is Dead reinterprets Shakespeare's kings.

With a lot of punchlines: Without a Punchline – review

Without a Punchline Dir. Rory Mackenzie **** Rory Mackenzie’s first foray into the world of writing and directing theatre was certainly not a timid one. His play...

The Waste Land reviewed

Ryan Hay reviews The Waste Land, calling it "an ambitious and well-executed production"

They’re just too good to be true…

Emma O’Brien reviews the West End’s fantastic Jersey Boys

One for the Road Reviewed

Barney Bruce-Smythe reviews 'One for the Road' on the closing night of the Freshers' Drama Festival.