This month’s events

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  1. Belfast (12A)

    Belfast (12A)

    Pay What You Can £8/£6

    A semi-autobiographical film from Kenneth Branagh that he describes as his "most personal film", Belfast has received seven nominations at the 2022...

  2. 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...

  3. Pavarotti (12A)

    Pavarotti (12A)

    Pay What You Can £8/£6

    From cinema icon Ron Howard, created from a combination of Luciano Pavarotti's genre-redefining performances and never-before-seen footage, this...

  4. Knox Lecture 2022 -- Frances Kamm (Rutgers University)

    Knox Lecture 2022 -- Frances Kamm (Rutgers University)

    The 2022 Knox Lecture will be delivered via MS Teams by Professor Frances Kamm (Rutgers University).

  5. A Foreigner's Journey

    A Foreigner's Journey

    Pay What You Can £20, £18, £16

    Legendary bands Foreigner and Journey have achieved massive commercial and critical success, selling in excess of 80 million albums. Whether you own any of the...

  6. Jeremiah

    Jeremiah

    Pay What You Can £12/£10/£8

    Jack Dean & Company presents Jeremiah, a raucous, rebellious gig theatre show about a forgotten part of British history. Jeremiah tells the incredible true...

  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. Henry V (15)

    Henry V (15)

    Pay What You Can £20/£15/£10

    National Theatre Live presents Henry V (15). Kit Harington (Game of Thrones) plays the title role in Shakespeare's thrilling study of nationalism, war and...

  9. A Number by Caryl Churchill

    A Number by Caryl Churchill

    £12 / £10 / £8 or £19 / £17 / £15

    You've made a really bad mistake in life. Is it possible to start over? What if you hurt others in the process? and what happens when your actions finally...

  10. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (19 June)

    The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (19 June)

    Pay What You Can £12, £10, £8

    The Senior students of St Leonards School present The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, adapted from the beloved original story by C. S. Lewis. The performance...

  11. The Budapest Café Orchestra

    The Budapest Café Orchestra

    Pay What You Can - £20, £15, £10

    The Budapest Café Orchestra enthrall audiences everywhere with their infectious energy, sweeping us off our feet and staying in our hearts forever. Travel with...

  12. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (20 June)

    The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (20 June)

    Pay What You Can £12, £10, £8

    The Senior students of St Leonards School present The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, adapted from the beloved original story by C. S. Lewis. The performance...

  13. Jenny Sturgeon: The Living Mountain

    Jenny Sturgeon: The Living Mountain

    Pay What You Can £15, £12, £10

    The Living Mountain is an audio-visual performance inspired by Nan Shepherd's celebrated book of the same name. The project explores Nan's writing,...

  14. The Legends of American Country

    The Legends of American Country

    £25.00

    Last seen at the Byre back in 2019, The Legends of American Country make a welcome return to St Andrews for an evening of toe tapping Country classics. The 2022...

  15. I Want to Be... A Super Sleuth

    I Want to Be... A Super Sleuth

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to get insider experience into different kinds of jobs that University can lead you to, and spend some time with the people who...

  16. Byre World: This is Not a War Story

    Byre World: This is Not a War Story

    Screening + Q&A with director Talia Lugacy and collaborators

    This is Not a War Story tracks a ragtag group of combat veterans in New York, whose anti-war art, poetry and papermaking keep them together, despite the spectre...

  17. Energy Cafe -- Dr Pauline Destree

    Energy Cafe -- Dr Pauline Destree

    Oil and Development: local content and corporate power in Ghana

    The Centre for Energy Ethics invites you to join its next Energy café, hosted by Dr Pauline Destree, entitled Oil and Development: local content and corporate...

  18. Pretence and Personhood: Theology and the Question of Authenticity

    Pretence and Personhood: Theology and the Question of Authenticity

    Inaugural Lecture by Professor Judith Wolfe

    Professor Judith Wolfe of the School of Divinity will give her Inaugural Lecture on 'Pretence and Personhood: Theology and the Question of...

  19. Equality Diversity and Inclusion Event

    Equality Diversity and Inclusion Event

    and networking reception

    One of the big challenges in academia is juggling an ever-increasing number of commitments, from teaching to service to administration, with research and impact...

  20. The Environments of Ancient Mediterranean City-States: Experience and Resilience

    The Environments of Ancient Mediterranean City-States: Experience and Resilience

    Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES) Conference

    The urgency of modern environmental crises has led to growing interest in past human-environment interactions. A fundamental truth about effective responses to...

  21. Digitalisation and Sustainability at Home

    Digitalisation and Sustainability at Home

    STACEES Research Seminar - Dr Louise Reid (School of Geography & Sustainable Development)

    In November 2021, the United Nations Environment Programme published an Early Warning, Emerging Issues and Futures paper highlighting the growing environmental...

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