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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

How will 2019 end in Film and TV?

  Whilst this time of year brings out the cold, premature darkness, and deadlines, it also seems to summon some truly fantastic television and film....

Chicago: A Review

One of the benefits of going to a small university town like St Andrews is that every now and again you get to be...

Snore: A Review

When I look at the plays I have reviewed in the past for The Saint, I see a list of the usual suspects: Arthur...

“Edward II”: A Review

“Welcome to the madhouse.” Thus opened Mermaids’ production of Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II, re-written and directed by Matthew Gray. This line was an apt...

For Sama Review

For Sama documents the uprising and subsequent siege of Aleppo. The film is made from the over 300 hours of footage captured by film...

Films Of The Moment: Joker & Judy

Autumn’s customary rush of would-be Oscar contenders kicks off with a pair of dark character studies centred on remarkable, transformative performances. Both are character...

Szentek 2019: sustainability, creativity, inclusivity… and good music

“It’s a place where you can do what you want. You can dance however you want, wear whatever you want. There are no restrictions....

“The Reality of Being Fake”: A Preview of Chicago

Growing up I was never a fan of musicals. They all seemed unbearably cheery. That was until I discovered the deliciously cynical world of...

New in Town: Cornering the Market

Sophia Rink reviews the new St Andrews farmers market.

‘One Man, Two Guvnors’: A Review

We have reached peak James Corden saturation point. I am very tired of watching that man gleefully coordinate carpool karaoke with all the artistic...