You can’t go wrong with St Andrews’ staple end of year ball, as it fully embodies St Andrews’ love for a good old black tie event.
Clocking in at under fifteen minutes, I Will Wait For You suffered from an unclear tone and unsatisfying story which left what tension and mystery there was frustratingly ignored.
Shakesqueer, directed by Joanna Bowman, brought some of Shakespeare’s most iconic scenes to the Barron Theatre with a bit of a twist.
According to critics, Edmund Ironside may have written by William Shakespeare, which is enough to justify the play’s presence in Mermaids’ Shakespeare Festival.
Play On provided a relaxed, pleasing performance.
Affordable but luxurious nights out were a gap in the St.Andrews nightlife that Concrete Catwalk has successfully filled.
The St Andrews Charity Polo Tournament is definitely an experience to have at least once during your time here.
“The king is dead. Long live the queen!”
By filling the gardens with kernels of Shakespearean drama and poetry, Sonnets and Soliloquies added artistic verve and a sense of exploration to a sunny afternoon in the garden.
Last Monday re:fashion set out once again on their quest to equip St Andrews' students with a revamped wardrobe in a sustainable way.