Tuesday, July 14, 2020
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The Strokes: Comedown Machine – review

Comedown Machine The Strokes RCA Records 8/10 Released on 25th March, the highly anticipated fifth album from The Strokes might provoke different reactions among listeners. Those hoping for...

A stormy start to the season: The Tempest review

The Tempest Dir. Joseph Bell Prod. Maggie Pelta-Pauls ** Having never seen a production of The Tempest before, I was looking forward to seeing this version, described as...

The Saint’s Playlist

As Freshers’ Week ends for another year and you bask in the afterglow of 10 nights out in a row, here are some tracks to...

Emma: A Review

Director Autumn de Wilde’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved Emma released this Valentine’s Day is the perfect cinematic adventure, whether for a romantic date or a chuckle with friends.

Navid Nuur’s ‘Renderender’ at the DCA

The artist's new exhibition is a confrontational smorgasboard of concept art

A Valentine’s Day reading list

14th February. For some of us, this is a day of love and for soppy collages with your partner plastered all over social media....

Mercury Prize winners Alt-J (∆) to play St Andrews

It was announced today that the Mercury Prize winning alternative-indie quartet Alt-J (∆) will play  a one off DJ set in Venue 1 on...

The Saint’s autumn 2014 video-game preview

It’s been a very, very slow summer in terms of new releases. A fitting season in what’s already been a frankly disappointing year. The...

CLOTH Reviewed

Daisy Treloar reviews Eve Klein & Sons' 'Cloth' as part of the On the Rocks festival.

Gilbert & Sullivan deliver on-song show

The Gondoliers Dir. Andrew Hoyland *** The lovely opening number of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Gondoliers established two things. One, Younger Hall is an amazing venue for...