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Saturday, April 20, 2019

The Great Gatsby: A review

Roaring jazz, endlessly flowing champagne, raucous dancing into the early hours. This is the glittering excess of Jay Gatsby’s world, the titular tycoon with...

Box Clever: A review

On Monday 7 and Tuesday 8 May, The Feminist Society of St Andrews put on ‘Box Clever’, a play that was essentially a one-woman...

Twelfth Night: A review

Like anyone with discerning tastes, my first brush with Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night was the 2006 romantic comedy adaptation She’s the Man, starring Amanda Bynes...

Summer and Smoke at the Duke of York Theatre: Review

After a sell-out run at the Almeida Theatre, Williams’s rarely performed Summer and Smoke has been transferred to the Duke of York Theatre. Summer and...

Love, Jazz and the Devil

Jazz is the devil’s music; this is the balmy criterion which ‘Love, Jazz and the Devil’ ultimately conveys. When I think of jazz immediately...

Review: Strictly Come Dancing 2018

When I went into Strictly Come Dancing, I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I didn't know what level of dance I was about...

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest can be a tricky play to perform. Oscar Wilde’s satire of the Victorian upper classes is filled with dialogue...

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...

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again: A review

This show was utter madness, and I loved it. Revolt is not your average play. The script is fit to burst with wordplay, underlying meanings...

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...