St Andrews rocks to the beat of the festival

Rock on! Hedwig and the Angry Inch is Rock 'n' Rolling into St. Andrews, Fife, as part of the annual student-run arts festival On The Rocks. Chris Miller, Kate Kitchens, Connor Powell, Tommy Rowe,  will be dazzling audiences as the beautiful, Internationally ignored song stylist' Hedwig Schmidt, alongside husband Yitzhak, played by Kate Kitchens. On the Rocks, running 1st - 10th April, is a diverse celebration of St. Andrews' creativity, comprising of over 45 events in food, fashion, theatre, comedy, music, and much more!
Rock on! Hedwig and the Angry Inch is Rock 'n' Rolling into St. Andrews, Fife, as part of the annual student-run arts festival On The Rocks. Chris Miller, Kate Kitchens, Connor Powell, Tommy Rowe, will be dazzling audiences as the beautiful, Internationally ignored song stylist' Hedwig Schmidt, alongside husband Yitzhak, played by Kate Kitchens. On the Rocks, running 1st - 10th April, is a diverse celebration of St. Andrews' creativity, comprising of over 45 events in food, fashion, theatre, comedy, music, and much more!

The largest student run festival in Scotland launched on Friday with a number of events aimed at the community and university students.

The Artisan and Collectors Faire – in St Andrews for a fourth year – filled the upstairs of the Town Hall with unique goodies.

Members of the St Andrews Taekwon-Do club performed a 24 hour kickathon in which it was estimated that over 5000 boards were broken.

Members of the St Andrews Taekwon-Do club performed a 24 hour kickathon in which it was estimated that over 5000 boards were broken.

Art, handmade crates, antiques and vintage/retro clothing from 30 local traders was showcased.

The eclectic mix of goods put paid to homogenous high street wares offering shoppers quirky, exciting items as well as delicious cake treats.

A weekend of unique shopping opportunities continued on Sunday in the Student Union with Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair offering vintage fashion at budget prices.

People were also invited to leave their mark on the 2016 festival by adding to a mural. Aimed at bringing togther different people from the St Andrews community passers-by, such as Holly Johnston (pictured) can add their own touches to the artwork. The evolving mural will be moved to different community locations each day, ending at the St Andrews Bandstand on The Scores tomorrow (Saturday).

Charlotte Haswell-West, festival spokesman said: “Crammed with creativity, vintage fairs and art workshops have been popping up all through the town. On The Rocks has certainly arrived, and there’s a lot of excitement for the rest of the week.”