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Preview: Bacchanalia

Written by on 1 March 2017

Hugh M Casey This Friday, Younger Hall will play host for “Bacchanalia.” This is the first time the event will be held. I met with Helen Sanderson, one of the event organisers, to find out what the chat was. I have been promised all manner of things. Certainly, the formalities that are expected of Younger […]

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REVIEWED : Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Written by on 8 April 2016

by Lottie Garton The Byre was full of anticipation at 7:30 on Wednesday, as we all prepared to be wowed by the brilliant duo of Tommy Rowe and Kate Kitchens, as Hedwig and Yitzhak. The entrance was brilliant, with Hedwig sporting a pair of legs most girls only dream of. The show went off with […]

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REVIEWED: Music is Love, Overground

Written by on 8 April 2016

By Cassie Naimie What do the kids these days say again? Oh yeah, “It was lit”. The Edinburgh-based night club in 601 on April 2nd was exactly what I thought it would be: a group of blissfully happy St. Andrew’s students getting their rave on. With an entry fee of £2, it was well worth […]

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REVIEWED : The Smirths

Written by on 8 April 2016

Ham and Cheese Panini? A Review on The Smirths By Kenalyn Ang 4 Apr. 16 Audience members file into a lit theatre, finding their seats, perusing leaflets of upcoming OTR events. Soft chatter fills the house, but soon attendees catch sight of a solitary Blind Mirth member, standing on the stage, seemingly running over his […]

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REVIEWED : Hot Mess

Written by on 8 April 2016

By Annabel Romanos  Hot Mess was a genuinely charming piece of theatre.     When I first heard that a show was being put on in The Lizard, my heart dropped (in the best way possible) because that place is my JAM.  And despite the show having to move into 601 (for health and safety […]

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On The Rocks : An Acrostic Poem

Written by on 31 March 2016

By Sammy Evans Overground  for the underground St Andrews, Saturday Night in 601, to Strictly Come Dancing, because not just old ladies love to watch The tango, maybe a Cellidh, or a Jam, or see a Doctor or go Home? Get Educated by Rita, visit the Animal Farm, or maybe let Fate decide? Read some […]

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