This month’s events

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  1. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel with St Salvator's Chapel Choir. The sermon will be preached by Jenny Baker,...

  2. Intersections

    Intersections

    Free

    The 2024 edition of collaborations between researchers from the University of St Andrews and composer both from the Music Centre and the Royal Conservatoire of...

  3. Grief Group

    Grief Group

    Student lunch

    This group is open to all students who are grieving, whether your loss is recent or in the past. It offers an opportunity to find common ground with others if...

  4. Quiet Opening

    Quiet Opening

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum for a Quiet Opening. Free from the hustle and bustle of a general visit, with adjusted operations, our Quiet Openings are designed...

  5. The Big Brass Concert
    Cancelled

    The Big Brass Concert

    Brass players of the St Andrews Chamber Orchestra, Horn Society, Fermata Quartet, Music Centre Scholarship Brass Quintet, Music Centre Trumpet Consort - FREE

    The brass players of St Andrews with Bede Williams and John Wallace perform in ensembles of all sizes culminating in Henri Tomasi's Fanfares Liturgiques,...

  6. Climate Know How Training

    Climate Know How Training

    Series of 3 sessions providing knowledge and skills to help communicate climate action in work and at home.

    Fancy becoming a "Climate Know How" Facilitator to support people with climate anxiety and increase knowledge and action on climate change? Or,...

  7. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  8. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel with St Salvator's Chapel Choir. The sermon will be preached by The Very Reverend...

  9. Grief Group

    Grief Group

    Staff lunch

    This group is open to all staff who are grieving, whether your loss is recent or in the past. It offers an opportunity to find common ground with others if you...

  10. Disability in Higher Education

    Disability in Higher Education

    A Roundtable Event hosted by the Department of Social Anthropology

    Please join us for a roundtable event to discuss Disability in Higher Education

  11. Sands 24: Mami Wata (12A)

    Sands 24: Mami Wata (12A)

    Award-winning director C.J. 'Fiery' Obasi, imagines a fictional African village, not yet affected by the Western norms shaping the lands around...

  12. Sands 24: Achilles (15)

    Sands 24: Achilles (15)

    Pay What You Can £10.00 / £8.00 / £6.00

    In his directorial debut, Farhad Delaram takes us on a journey between cities in contemporary Iran. Farid, nicknamed Achilles, is a Tehran-based filmmaker who...

  13. Peppy: The science of your baby's sleep

    Peppy: The science of your baby's sleep

    Peppy event - Free

    Discover the science behind your baby's sleep (and why it might not be as bad as you think). Did you know that babies move through sleep cycles more...

  14. Sands 24: Mami Wata (12A)

    Sands 24: Mami Wata (12A)

    Award-winning director C.J. 'Fiery' Obasi, imagines a fictional African village, not yet affected by the Western norms shaping the lands around...

  15. Book Launch -- Author Meets Critique

    Book Launch -- Author Meets Critique

    'Engineering Reality' with Cornelia Helmcke

    During this book launch event, author Cornelia Helmcke will meet critics Bibiana Duarte-Abadía (Wageningen University) and Christopher Schulz (University of St...

  16. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  17. Sensory Iranian Garden Experience
    Limited access

    Sensory Iranian Garden Experience

    Free

    In the mind of every Iranian person, there is a garden. Explore the St Andrews Botanic Garden through an artistic lens and let nature inspire you as you...

  18. Visualising Peace Photography Exhibition

    Visualising Peace Photography Exhibition

    The Visualising Peace Project has been collaborating with PRISMA Photography Magazine to host a competition and exhibition on the theme of Visualising Peace....

  19. Sands 24: Maestra (N/C 12A)

    Sands 24: Maestra (N/C 12A)

    Pay What You Can £10.00 / £8.00 / £6.00

    Five remarkable conductors from across the globe prepare for and compete in La Maestra --- the world's only competition for female conductors. Maggie...

  20. Women's History of Colonial Spaces in India

    Women's History of Colonial Spaces in India

    School of English and School of Art History Joint Research Seminar

    Join the School of English and the School of Art History for a joint Research Seminar on Women's History of Colonial Spaces in India with Dr Yashaswinini...

  21. Sands 24: Silent Roar (N/C 15)

    Sands 24: Silent Roar (N/C 15)

    Pay What You Can £10.00 / £8.00 / £6.00

    Meet Dondo, a teenage surfer on the Isle of Lewis, grappling with the unresolved grief of his father's mysterious disappearance at sea. As he navigates...

  22. Sands 24: Welcome to Collinwood (15)

    Sands 24: Welcome to Collinwood (15)

    Pay what you can: £20, £18, £16

    The Russo brothers' second feature, Welcome to Collinwood, produced by Steven Soderbergh, is packed with offbeat charm and infectious energy. A motley...

  23. Sands 24: Smoke Sauna Sisterhood

    Sands 24: Smoke Sauna Sisterhood

    Pay what you can: £10, £8, £6

    Anna Hints' atmospheric, almost mystical, feature-length documentary debut invites us to become part of a supportive, witty, sweaty female collective who...

  24. St Andrews Conference on Interdisciplinary Feminism

    St Andrews Conference on Interdisciplinary Feminism

    A free conference on themes related to 'liberation' by the Feminist Society

    The St Andrews Feminist Society's annual Conference on Interdisciplinary Feminism will include discussions on achieving liberation through the...

  25. Godfather Death: A Grimm's Musical

    Godfather Death: A Grimm's Musical

    The Avison Brothers present - Pay What You Can £15.00 / £12.00 / £10.00

    Based on a little-known Grimm's fairy tale, this musical tells the story of one poor boy's journey through life, with Death as his Godfather....

  26. Dr Aidan Fowler on 'Patient Safety'
    Limited access

    Dr Aidan Fowler on 'Patient Safety'

    This April, the Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis will welcome Dr Aidan Fowler, who will deliver this seminar on patient safety. Dr Fowler is the National...

  27. MacFloyd present All That Is Now

    MacFloyd present All That Is Now

    Pay What You Can £20.00 / £18.00

    MacFloyd bring us their fresh new All That Is Now tour. Delivering an unforgettable journey through Pink Floyd's legendary discography, this eight-peice...

  28. David Bowie and me: Parallel Lives

    David Bowie and me: Parallel Lives

    Jack Docherty - Pay what you can: £20, £18, £16

    Following rave reviews and a sell-out run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the BAFTA award-winning star of Scot Squad and Absolutely, Jack Docherty joins us with...

  29. Sands 24: Orlando, My Political Biography (15)

    Sands 24: Orlando, My Political Biography (15)

    Pay What You Can £10.00 / £8.00 / £6.00

    (Orlando, ma biographie politique) Deftly weaving fact and fiction, Orlando, My Political Biography uses Virginia Woolf's classic novel to explore gender...

  30. University Staff Golf Competitions

    University Staff Golf Competitions

    Free

    Organisers of the annual staff golf competitions are looking for participants for 2024. Anyone interested in playing in this year's knock-out competitions...

  31. Interdisciplinary Encounters: Challenge-led Assessment

    Interdisciplinary Encounters: Challenge-led Assessment

    We're delighted to launch a new series of interdisciplinary events, Interdisciplinary Encounters. The first event is a lunchtime Teams roundtable on...

  32. School of Chemistry Colloquium: Dr Roly Armstrong

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Dr Roly Armstrong

    Twists and Turns in Stereoselective Amide Synthesis

    Fuelled by an increasing requirement within the pharmaceutical industry for 3D building blocks, there is significant demand for new synthetic methods targeting...

  33. Music in the Museum: Sasha Savaloni
    Limited access

    Music in the Museum: Sasha Savaloni

    As part of our programme for Iran: Wonders of Nature at the Wardlaw Museum our Music in the Museum Spring concerts feature musicians with a connection to Iran....

  34. Sands 24: An Afternoon With... Alan Silvestri

    Sands 24: An Afternoon With... Alan Silvestri

    Pay What You Can £20.00 / £18.00 / £16.00

    At the Laidlaw Music Centre, Queen's Terrace, St Andrews, KY16 9QF Join Alan Silvestri, Academy Award-nominated American composer and conductor of film...

  35. Sands 24: This Much I Know... with Debra Zane

    Sands 24: This Much I Know... with Debra Zane

    FREE but please book

    Award-winning US casting director Debra Zane offers a rare insight into how major films and TV shows are really cast, offering behind-the-scenes stories about...

  36. Law's Two Bodies Interview with Sir John Saunders

    Law's Two Bodies Interview with Sir John Saunders

    We are delighted to invite to the upcoming 'Law's Two Bodies' event featuring Sir John Saunders, which will take place on Friday, 19 April, at...

  37. Knowledge and Practice thematic research group meeting

    Knowledge and Practice thematic research group meeting

    Archaeospectrographies: affective engagements with land's scape

    This meeting of the University of St Andrews Business School Department of Management's Knowledge and Practice thematic research group (K&P) will...

  38. Race Equality Charter action plan drop-in session

    Race Equality Charter action plan drop-in session

    Taking action to address racial inequality

    All staff and students are invited to a Race Equality Charter (REC) action plan drop-in session, hosted by the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) team. The...

  39. Sands 24: This Much I Know... with Karen Gillan

    Sands 24: This Much I Know... with Karen Gillan

    Pay What You Can £20.00 / £18.00 / £16.00

    Scottish actress, director, and writer, Karen Gillan joins us to talk about her career in front and behind the camera, and to present two of her shorts,...

  40. School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Jonathan R Nitschke

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Jonathan R Nitschke

    Molecules in Metal Boxes

    Simple organic subcomponents can come together around metal-ion templates to produce intricate hollow capsules, which can bind guest molecules selectively. This...

  41. Work, Organisations and Society thematic research group meeting

    Work, Organisations and Society thematic research group meeting

    'WOASIS' writing workshop for work in progress, April 2024

    This meeting of the Department of Management's Work, Organisations and Society (WOS) thematic research group will be the second in the group's Work,...

  42. Ali Ansari's Iran (Polity Histories) --- Book Signing
    Limited access

    Ali Ansari's Iran (Polity Histories) --- Book Signing

    Ali Ansari is a Professor in the School of History at the University of St Andrews. In Iran (Polity Histories) Ali takes readers on a journey through...

  43. Sands 24: Sometimes I Think About Dying (N/C 12A)

    Sands 24: Sometimes I Think About Dying (N/C 12A)

    Pay What You Can £10.00 / £8.00 / £6.00

    Fran (Daisy Ridley) spends her days in a cubicle of a depressing Oregonian office, committed to avoiding any unnecessary contact with her coworkers. She...

  44. The Importance of Judicial Craft in Constitutional Adjudication

    The Importance of Judicial Craft in Constitutional Adjudication

    We are delighted to invite you to the ILCR Lecture by Kate O'Regan (Oxford), which will take place on Thursday, 25 April, from 5.15pm in the Old Seminar...

  45. The Crocus City Hall terrorist attack: regional, political and security implications

    The Crocus City Hall terrorist attack: regional, political and security implications

    In collaboration with the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT)

    While no clear evidence has yet been presented for who did it and why, it is clear that the attack on Crocus City Hall in Moscow will have serious repercussions...

  46. Constructing Other Worlds: A practical workshop on Animation and Ethnography

    Constructing Other Worlds: A practical workshop on Animation and Ethnography

    How can thinking like an animator inform anthropological research?

    The workshop is open to all students of Anthropology (UG, PGT AND PGR) (15 seats). Department of Social anthropology brings to you a one of its kind hands-on...

  47. Institute of Scottish Historical Research --- Postgraduate Research Seminar

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research --- Postgraduate Research Seminar

    Frances Bickerstaff -- Timber, sheep and salmon: the monastic economy of south-west Scotland c. 1160-1230; Michael Fraser -- Scots and Huguenots in...

  48. Talin in mechanomemory: spatial organisation encoded by binary mechanochemical switches

    Talin in mechanomemory: spatial organisation encoded by binary mechanochemical switches

    Research seminar as part of the School of Biology's Biomolecular Sciences (BMS) External Seminar series by Prof. Ben Goult, Institute of Systems,...

  49. Imagining Re-Industrialisation: Battery Gigafactories and the energy transition in Norway

    Imagining Re-Industrialisation: Battery Gigafactories and the energy transition in Norway

    Hosted by Anna-Sophie Hobi. Lithium-ion batteries are pivotal in the efforts to 'decarbonise' the European economy. Consequently, a battery...

  50. School of Chemistry Colloquium:  Dr Josh Makepeace (University of Birmingham)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Dr Josh Makepeace (University of Birmingham)

    Chemical and Electrochemical Energy Storage Facilitated by Lithium Imide

    This event is open to final year undergraduate project students, PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and academic staff. Effective energy storage is one of...