Having been awarded Best New Society last year and nominated for Best Society just last week, the University of St Andrews Opera Society (OpSoc) continues on its mission to bring opera of a high quality to the town’s student-run staged music scene, which, until recently, has been desperately lacking in opera.
In this bittersweet moment, Louis Catliff, one of the most prolific actors, directors, and photographers in town is bringing Nina Raine's Tribes to the StAge, a touching, funny piece about a dysfunctional family, and their Deaf Son. Owl Eyes sat down with Catliff and the play's lead, Benjamin Osugo, for a quick chat.
Feces, Champagne, and a Very Passionate Bear. Caitlin Morris reviews Ubu Roi.
Pop Punk Bangers, Twins, and lots of Goofy Humor. Hannah Ritchie Reviews Twelfth Night.
Daisy Treloar discusses her main problem with modern superhero films.
Lauren Golledge asks recent graduate Anna Tantillo about the inspiration behind her innovative and colorful Instagram page.
When a filming crew comes to the Aran Islands, one Cripple boy wants to change his life and become a Star. Miles Hurley reviews the Cripple of Inishmaan.
Pies, Blood, and Barbers: Miles Hurley Reviews Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Dürrenmatt’s dark absurdist comedy tackles the ethics and structures of science, madness and power, performed in its original German with English subtitles.
Inklight presented a poetry slam as part of On The Rocks Festival! The closest poetry gets to a competitive sport, some talented St Andrews poets battled it out over the microphone in Sandy's Bar. It was a close race.