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Sunday, November 18, 2018

The Saint at Freshers’ Week: WitTank

In amongst the endless nights of bops in venue 1, Monday night of Freshers week 2012 offered up some comedy for us all to enjoy.

Byre Theatre launch new art cinema programme

The Byre Theatre, Scotland's only 5 star arts venue, last night launched its first full film programme - an achievement long in the making....

The Saint Reviews: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

As an appalling speller and a Brit, unfamiliar with the phenomenon of the spelling contest, I was a little sceptical about 'The 25th Annual...

The Saint reviews: Godspell

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is a-knocking and to get things started Emily Hill samples some Bubble based thespian antics with a review of A...

Antigone

3 1/2 out of 5 Touching, powerful, dark: Jean Anouilh’s Antigone is quintessentially great theatre. So when staging this play in its original language, the...

Birnam Wood comes to St Andrews Castle

Macbeth. Directed by Siobhán Cannon-Brownlie For this literature enthusiast, I must confess that something about seeing ‘The Scottish Play’ in the Scottish patron saint’s Castle,...

A Class Menagerie

The St Andrews Revue released their 'The Crass Menagerie' upon the audience of a sold out Byre Theatre tonight, and it appears a little...

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...

As You Like It

The Byre Theatre, Tuesday, 7 February 2012 Comedy often seems a tenuous description when reading Shakespeare’s dusty blank verse. At best I manage to muster a smirk...

The St Andrews Revue: an Olympian Performance

The St Andrews Revue returned, shorn of some of its cast from last year, but still promising to deliver its trademark mix of sketches,...