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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The Lion in Winter – review

The Lion in Winter Dir. Katie Brennan Thurs 29 Nov *** The lights are up, the Siberian winds have reached our shores, exams are upon us and Katie...

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...

Dramatic return for ex-student

The fabulous traditional Christmas panto once again returns to the Byre, this time taking on the classic tale of Snow White. I sat down...

Go on, impress me

If I were to summarise the quality of student theatre in St Andrews, I would happily exclaim: ‘so many stars it may as well...

Rusty Clockwork

Clockwork Venue 1, Tuesday 6th Nov ** Clockwork, written and directed by Alex Mullarky is the newest student written drama to be performed in St Andrews. Held...

The Screwtape Letters – review

The Screwtape Letters Dir. Joseph Hartropp *** Presented by CMAD in association with Mermaids, The Screwtape Letters follows senior devil Screwtape in his tutelage of impressionable students...

Antigone – review

Antigone Dir. Peter Swallow * * Among the best known Classical tragedies, Sophocles’ Antigone is given a makeover by French playwright Jean Anouilh, translated into English by...

Hair – review

Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical Dir. Adelaide Waldrop The Byre, 01 Nov, 8pm * * * * Hair revolves around ‘the tribe’, a group of hippies struggling...

Baby Bottle Cosmo – review

The Byre, Oct 30 * * * * Tim Foley’s material has recently been accused of ‘stagnating’; if this is what stagnation looks like, then I’d...

Sex and God – review

Sex and God The Byre Theatre,  Oct 26 * * * In “Sex and God” Linda McLean provides the audience with a warts-and-all insight into the lives...