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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Opera Interactive: Coffee Cantata: A preview

Earlier this semester, Opera Society lived up to their potential with a successful performance of Orpheus in the Underworld. Twisting the passionate love between Orpheus and Eurydice into...

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...

On The Rocks returns: Interview with director Emily Rogers

With On the Rocks getting underway we interviewed organiser Emily Rogers.

Hot Mess Previewed

With a change of location, Hot Mess looks to be an evening of fun and contemplative theatre in an unusual space.

On The Rocks: Sweet Charity – review

Sweet Charity Just So Society Venue 1, 14 April 7:30pm *** Cards on the table: this year’s On The Rocks Festival has been fantastic. Though I have not...

40 years on and still making a Rocky Horrorshow of it

Each of us has that one book, film, song, work of art, that is individually significant. It may relate to our own life in...

The Practice Room: a play about music without music

‘The Practice Room’ is the foundation for a good play that requires that one, all-important note to make it work.

St Andrews Opera’s Albert Herring

I had never been to an opera before, but a bright poster promising 'sparkling operatic comedy' taking place on my doorstep was an invitation I...

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....

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...