National Theatre’s 2011 production starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller is worth watching twice.
Last week I had the wonderful opportunity to sit down and speak with Brian Sonia-Wallace, a St Andrews alum and published poet whose work has been featured in the New York Times and whose upcoming book, The Poetry of Strangers, is expected from Harper-Collins at the end of the month. Brian’s experience in
Quarantine breeds increased social media presence, that much we know. So imagine my surprise when one day, aimlessly scrolling through Twitter, joylessly chuckling every so often, I see a piece of news that makes my little nerd heart beat faster. Disney+ has officially announced that a Percy Jackson live-action TV
No, I’m sorry, you’re wrong. I am not going to start this review with a cliché and say that if you haven’t seen BBC’s adaptation of Sally Rooney’s best-selling novel, Normal People, that you’ve been living under a rock. On a serious note though, we are in a national lockdown and at this point, you really
Dear St Andrews students and grads, What a time to be alive. I’ve been asked to give some “alumni advice.” Oh dear. I graduated from St Andrews coming up on 10 years ago, as the world was slowly creeping out of the Great Recession. I had been fortunate. The pound
As a recent graduate from the University of St Andrews I have been struggling to navigate the uncharted waters of life beyond the bubble for almost a year now. I have experienced feelings of intense grief for the loss of my little town and the life that I had established
– Quarantine makes me think back to the bubble, To raucous nights out with no shortage of trouble, Most folk try the Vic or main bar to have fun, But the best place in town is good old 601. Both bop on a Friday and sinners midweek, Our dear 601