Five things to do this week

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Itchy Feet, Tuesday

A not-so-regular night out at the Vic, Itchy Feet flaunts many different styles of music such as swing, soul, funk, rhythm & blues, rock’n’roll and SKA to “transport you straight back to the 50s.” For those looking for a place to really dance, this is where to be. Itchy Feet will be at the Vic on Tuesday night. Early bird tickets have already sold out, so be quick to get the remaining ones before they are all out. £7 online.

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He’s got the right idea!

Rugby Pyjama Party, Wednesday

Still riding the high of their victory in Edinburgh, the rugby club’s inaugural pyjama party is sure to be a crazy one. With special guest Asquire and several cheap drinks deals, what’s not to like? Come down to the Lizard on Wednesday night in your full pyjamas for a night you won’t remember. Tickets are available only through members of the Men’s Rugby Club at £3 each.

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Sitara model castings, Thursday and Friday

Sitara Model Castings. Started in 2008, Sitara is a colourful display of fashion, dance, and acting that celebrates the beauty and diversity of Asian culture. While they are relatively new to St. Andrews, Sitara is quickly joining the ranks of other renowned shows, such as FS and Don’t Walk, while maintaining their original flavour. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this year’s show. Model castings will be held from 18:00-21:30 in the Buchanan Lecture theatre on both Thursday and Friday night. Actor and dancer audutions will be held later in the month. All are instructed to wear form fitting clothes and heels, and guys please come groomed.
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Equus, Tuesday and Wednesday

Mermaids presents: Equus. Equus, inspired by a true account, follows Alan Strang, a teenager whose parents are torn by religion. As a result of this tumultuous upbringing, Alan seeks solace in his horses. However, when Alan violently blinds six of his horses, child psychologist Dr. Martin Dysart attempts to piece his story together. Equus is known for its controversial and complex themes- advertisement for the play highlights that there will be ‘adult themes and nudity.’ Equus will be playing at the Byre Theatre on both Tuesday and Wednesday night at 19:30. Tickets are just £8.
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Scottish Student Sport Lacrosse Tournament, Wednesday 

At 10:30am on Wednesday, all the top Scottish university men’s and women’s lacrosse teams are coming to St Andrews to play against one another in a rivalled tournament. You can come and support your favourite teams from St Andrew’s, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Stirling and Strathclyde and the tournament will act as trials for the Scottish University Lacrosse teams.
Remember to BYOB.

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