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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Equus: Dark Visions and Admiration

Emma Galligani reviews Alexander Gillespie's Equus

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...

Ubu Roi: A preview

Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi premiered on 10 December 1896 in Paris, causing riots in audiences. It is considered one of the first absurdist plays...

‘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...

Exploring the theatricality of fashion

The end of fashion month is finally here; for those of us who are interested in the fashion industry, it has been a month...

Tales of Our World: A review

Childlike we could not help but be drawn into the voices. Almost sacred in its intimacy, the space before us transformed and was remade...

The Physicists: A review

The Physicists, or Die Physiker, is a satirical play written by Swiss playwright Friedrich Dürrenmatt. The plot revolves entirely around the drawing room of...

Kristin Atherton : An Interview from the RSC’s Rome Season

The Saint caught up with actor Kristin Atherton, star of Julius Caesar and Antony & Cleopatra, to find out more about the play, the directors, and her journey as an actor.

Salomé: where it went wrong

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

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.