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Friday, August 23, 2019

Hamlet: a striking and profound portrayal

It is extremely difficult to live up to the hype of a Shakespeare play – that is one thing to be said for the cast and crew of this week’s Nordic Noir version of Hamlet.

Fearlessly searching for sin…

E. Egan on this semester's most exciting show

Mark Drama: A Review

It is very rare that a critic is short or even lost for words. Typically, there are faults and flaws to dissect and assess,...

Confessions of an On the Rocks Volunteer

A committed On the Rocks volunteer shares her thoughts on Scotland's largest student run arts festival.

The Day the Mirth Stood Still: A negative review

St Andrews’ improv comedy troupe Blind Mirth scripted a sketch show to go up in the Byre Theatre as part of this year's On...

A howling success: Wolf Whistle review

A nuanced examination of what it means to be a modern woman

A Bright Start for Freshers in Theatre

Amy Elliott reviews the first two plays of this year's revamped Freshers' Drama Festival and thanks the cast and crew for wonderful performances.

Review: Bouncers Remix by John Godber

Stereotypes abound in this four man play centred on the world of clubbing.

The Critics: Clybourne Park; My Fair Lady

Clybourne Park 4/5 Originally debuted at the Royal Court’s Jerwood Theatre Downstairs last year, Clybourne Park made the grown up leap onto the Wyndham stage with...

Homemade Fusion: refreshingly sentimental

Daisy Treloar reviews the Just So Society's 'Homemade Fusion.'