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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1

Review by Ross Hamilton

A Toast to the Douchebag

Al Bell on Kanye West’s music-video-cum-art-film, Runaway The first scene of Kanye West’s thirty four minute long music video Runaway shows the artist running desperately through a flaming forest, while a Mozart Requiem plays. One YouTube viewer comments that this is, “probably because he thinks he’s the Mozart of our time”. Its length and recent premiere in a cinema in New...

An awakening for St Andrews theatre

Emma O’Brien on Just So’s latest production of Spring Awakening at the Byre Theatre

St Andrews’ Rising Star: Vicki Robertson

E. Egan interviews one to watch for the future One of the first things that Victoria Robertson mentions is the love she has for the popular musical show Glee. Now, even in the theatre scene, it takes guts to admit that you do like the popular show Glee. In general people tend to fain a yawn and casually let you...

Music is Love presents: Dry the River and Rory Butler

Martha McCarey reports from the Beer Bar

The sweet sound of Birdsong

Hillevi Gustafson reviews the West End’s newest take on World War I

A Touch of French

Suzannah Evans on the French Society’s upcoming free screenings

The Movember Manifesto

By Taylor Wallace There are only three types of man in this world you can really trust: a man who can say ‘I love you man’, a man who knows how to gut and cook a fish over an open flame, and a man who takes time manicuring his luxuriant moustache.  Many of history’s greatest academics, athletes, artists, politicians, despots...

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Leonard Cohen live in 1972

It’s a date…

Comedy in Due Date stems from the usual unlikely duo - an angry man and a fool.