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.
The St Andrews Revue exists as the University's only standing sketch comedy troupe. Rewind has shown that the Revue is thriving.
Unicef on Campus St Andrews’ 4th Annual Symposium, focusing on the issue of Children in Conflict.
The Jazz Café, hosted by the Lumsden club in Sandy’s bar, as part of the On the Rocks Festival, was a night of both intimate acoustic music and brash, fabulous, big band standards.
Lauren Golledge interviews Alison Thomas, artistic director of the contemporary dance project Found.
The St Andrews Charities Campaign raises hundreds of thousands of pounds for three amazing charities each year. Don't hesitate to join them.
Green lights, Yellow Cars, and lots of Whiskey. Eleanor Burke reviews the Great Gatsby.
How was the first play done in the medical building? Ryan Hay reviews Lobes.