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Edinburgh Fringe 2014: Wolf Whistle review

Xara Bennett-Jones reviews St Andrews student Joanna Alpern's Fringe play

St Andrews at the Fringe 2012

Meet Jocelyn Cox - this year’s mermaid’s President - fresh from a fantastic Fringe festival. Emily Hill spoke to her about her experiences and...

Fringe 2014: Newton’s Cauldron review

Newton's Cauldron, Tim Foley's latest play, tells the story of the downfall of magic and the rise of science in the 17th century from...

Knox Knox, who’s there?

Tamar Ziff expresses indignation at the media's focus on Amanda Knox rather than her victim, Meredith Kercher

The Edinburgh Fringe: students share their experiences

The Saint sat down with four students who shared their experiences from this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Joey Baker and Marykate Monaghan were involved...

Edinburgh Fringe Festival – ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore

Wanton Theatre prepares to take 'Tis Pity She's a Whore to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and outline their plans in our interview with them.

The Saint reviews: Godspell

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is a-knocking and to get things started Emily Hill samples some Bubble based thespian antics with a review of A...

The Saint reviews: A Betrayal of Penguins: Harmed and Dangerous and...

So far this week I have seen two comedy shows. One featured three performers, the other a solo performer. One featured three promising young...

‘The Greenhouse’: Changing The Relationship Between Theatre And Sustainability At The...

“There is no more powerful tool in the world to spread an idea than performance.” This is how BoxedIn Theatre’s artistic director, Oli Savage,...

Edinburgh Fringe Festival: Delay Detach gains recognition

Sonder Theatre's Delay Detach has been creating waves at the Edinburgh Fringe.