This month’s events

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  1. The Long First Plague Pandemic: A View from Italy

    The Long First Plague Pandemic: A View from Italy

    Annual Lecture for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES): Kyle Harper, Oklahoma

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. For further information please contact [email protected]

  2. New Approaches to the History of Plague in Late Antiquity

    New Approaches to the History of Plague in Late Antiquity

    Hosted by the Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies and the Centre for Late Antique Studies

    This is a School of Classics event. In person: School 2, St Salvator's Quad Online: via Microsoft Teams For further information please contact...

  3. The Variety Show

    The Variety Show

    Friends of the Byre presents - Pay What You Can £12.00 / £10.00 / £8.00

    Friends of the Byre brings you a modern Variety Show. Enjoy a night of talent from a top-class line-up of participants. Featuring the recital of 2021/2022...

  4. St Andrews Fusion and Bare

    St Andrews Fusion and Bare

    A concert of two halves: BARE (Bede Williams - trumpets; Alex South - clarinets and electronics; Robin Mason - cello; Emma Lloyd -...

  5. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  6. 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...

  7. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by Revd Dr Carolyn Kelly, Chaplain, University of Glasgow....

  8. National Theatre Live: The Crucible (12A)

    National Theatre Live: The Crucible (12A)

    Pay What You Can - £20.00 / £15.00 / £10.00

    A witch hunt is beginning in Arthur Miller's captivating parable of power with Erin Doherty (The Crown) and Brendan Cowell (Yerma). Raised to be seen but...

  9. The Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series: Jack Halberstam

    The Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series: Jack Halberstam

    All Fall Down: Queer World Unbuilding and The Legacies of Anarchitecture

    Development invites you to hear from Jack Halberstam as part of The Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series for his talk titled "All Fall Down: Queer World...

  10. Damascene Reformers

    Damascene Reformers

    The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.'

    The Syrian Arab Republic has rarely been out of the headlines following the rise to power of Hafiz al-Asad in 1970 and Bashar al-Asad in 2000 and has been at...

  11. Heaven or Heat Death?

    Heaven or Heat Death?

    Christian and Scientific Perspectives on the End of the Universe

    The University Chaplaincy has invited Br. Guy J. Consolmagno, SJ, Director of the Vatican Observatory, astronomer, physicist and Jesuit Priest to speak on this...

  12. Organ Concert by Matthew McIlree (University of Glasgow)

    Organ Concert by Matthew McIlree (University of Glasgow)

    Free Style: From Buxtehude and Bach to jazz

    Organists from near and far perform a wide variety of repertoire on the 1974 Gregor Hradetzky organ (IV/40) in St Salvator's Chapel and on the 1868 T.C....

  13. In Person SEES Seminar - Dr. Lauren Marshall, Durham University, UK

    In Person SEES Seminar - Dr. Lauren Marshall, Durham University, UK

    Title: Interactive stratospheric aerosol modelling of volcanic eruptions and impact on climate

    Abstract: Explosive volcanic eruptions are important drivers of climate variability. Simulating volcanic eruptions is vital for understanding their impacts on...

  14. Damascene Reformers: The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.

    Damascene Reformers: The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.

    By Dr. Omar Imady, CSS associate, independent author Chair Prof Raymond Hinnebusch

    2022 saw the passing of two disparate yet similar Damascene Reformers: Muhammad Imady (June 2022) and Shaikha Munira al-Qubaisi (December 2022). Imady was the...

  15. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  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. Lunch & Learn: Social Media Marketing - the basics

    Lunch & Learn: Social Media Marketing - the basics

    Organised by the Entrepreneurship Centre

    In this month's Lunch & Learn we will be covering Social Media Marketing: the basics. We're delighted to be joined by Mike Scott, who will be...

  18. Vernacular Rights Cultures and Rights Politics In Most of The World

    Vernacular Rights Cultures and Rights Politics In Most of The World

    A talk from Sumi Madhok

    Vernacular Rights Cultures offers a bold challenge to the dominant epistemologies and political practices of global human rights. It argues that decolonising...

  19. Lunchtime Concert by Lucy Schaufer (mezzo soprano) and Lana Bode (piano)

    Lunchtime Concert by Lucy Schaufer (mezzo soprano) and Lana Bode (piano)

    Grammy Award-winning Lucy Schaufer returns to St Andrews with a programme including the European premiere of The Divine Image - settings of William Blake...

  20. Vocal Masterclass by Lucy Schaufer (Bunyan-Craig Visiting Fellow in Singing)

    Vocal Masterclass by Lucy Schaufer (Bunyan-Craig Visiting Fellow in Singing)

    The ever-engaging Lucy Schaufer leads a group of vocal ensembles through a variety of classical and music theatre repertoire. Admission: FREE

  21. World Refugee Year and West German charitable aid to the global South, 1959-1960 the case of Algeria

    World Refugee Year and West German charitable aid to the global South, 1959-1960 the case of Algeria

    Speaker - Mathilde Von Bulow Chair - Bernhard Blumenau

    For over a decade after the Second World War, West Germany hosted over twelve million expellees, refugees, and displaced persons requiring assistance and...

  22. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  23. The Man in the Submarine

    The Man in the Submarine

    [Y Dyn yn y Llong Danfor] - Pay What You Can £15.00 / £12.00 / £10.00

    Byre Theatre and Perth Theatre present the World Premiere of The Man in the Submarine [Y Dyn yn y Llong Danfor] by Laila Noble Winner of the inaugural St...

  24. The importance of diversity in STEM: reflections on the past, opportunities for the future

    The importance of diversity in STEM: reflections on the past, opportunities for the future

    Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

    Melanie Welham, Executive Chair of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), gives a public lecture on 'The importance of...

  25. St Andrews Concert Series presents The Bach Players with Ricardo Barros

    St Andrews Concert Series presents The Bach Players with Ricardo Barros

    £16.00 / £12.00 / £6.00 / £0.00

    £16.00 £12.00 (Music Centre members / members of CMS-affiliated societies) £6.00 (students), children under 16 go free   McPherson Recital Room, Laidlaw...

  26. Gerald Finzi - The Man and His Music

    Gerald Finzi - The Man and His Music

    Join us for a day celebrating the musical world of one of Britain's most distinctive 20th century composers, who enjoyed close links to the University of...

  27. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  28. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by Revd Dr Jenny Wright, Chaplain to the Archbishop, of York....

  29. Beiruit the aftermath - Film screening followed by Q&A with Director Fadia Ahmad

    Beiruit the aftermath - Film screening followed by Q&A with Director Fadia Ahmad

    A month after the August 4th blast, an artist returns to Beirut to help rebuild what she can of her broken city. Retracing her usual itinerary of 10452 steps...

  30. Critical Conversations

    Critical Conversations

    Can peat use be sustainable?

    Whose voices are missing from museums? Which stories are not told? Which uncomfortable histories remain hidden? and how can museums move forward? From empire...

  31. St Andrews Musical Society presents Calendar Girls: The Musical

    St Andrews Musical Society presents Calendar Girls: The Musical

    £18.00 (£17.00 on the opening night)

    The talented and energetic St Andrews Musical Society (SAMS) is back at the Byre after a long absence with a new production of this popular classic. Written by...

  32. Organ Concert by Jacob Collins (Campbell Watterson Organ Scholar)

    Organ Concert by Jacob Collins (Campbell Watterson Organ Scholar)

    Brahms, Reger, Muhly, Vierne

    Organists from near and far perform a wide variety of repertoire on the 1974 Gregor Hradetzky organ (IV/40) in St Salvator's Chapel and on the 1868 T.C....

  33. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  34. 'Two Cultures' or One?

    'Two Cultures' or One?

    Free, but please book your tickets on the Byre Theatre website - Free

    How many National Scientific Advisors on public Covid Strategy were women? What informed the messaging of public understanding of the science of Covid? Why is...

  35. 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...

  36. Scottish Chamber Orchestra

    Scottish Chamber Orchestra

    Joana Carneiro (conductor) André Cebriřn (flute) Debussy: Le coin des enfants (Children's corner) Mozart: Flute Concerto in D, K314 Stravinsky: Danses...

  37. Lunchtime Concert by Murray McLachlan

    Lunchtime Concert by Murray McLachlan

    (Honorary Professor of Piano)

    Murray McLachlan makes a welcome return to the McPherson Recital Room with a lunchtime programme of music by Frédéric Chopin, whose 24 Preludes, op. 28, are...

  38. Music Talk by Jeffrey Lastrapes (Professor of Cello, Texas Tech University)

    Music Talk by Jeffrey Lastrapes (Professor of Cello, Texas Tech University)

    The Bow of Breath

    Musicians and academics from a variety of backgrounds discuss research and topics of musical significance today. All are welcome - FREE admission

  39. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  40. 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...

  41. The Bell Pettigrew Sessions

    The Bell Pettigrew Sessions

    Join Museums of the University of St Andrews, the Students' Association and STAR: St Andrews Radio to enjoy fantastic live music from St Andrews'...

  42. Byre Film Club: Mrs Harris Goes to Paris (PG)

    Byre Film Club: Mrs Harris Goes to Paris (PG)

    Pay What You can £8.00 / £6.00

    A charming film which beautifully captures the essence of Paris in 1957 and showcases the glory of French fashion in magical style with a cast of firm...

  43. Museum Holiday Workshop

    Museum Holiday Workshop

    Bog in a bottle (Drop in)

    Want to make your own mini peatland bog? Join us to make a bog in a bottle and discover the boggy truth about peat!

  44. 'The Freedom to Ruin Ourselves, if We Want To': Valerius Maximus and the exponential vices of empire

    'The Freedom to Ruin Ourselves, if We Want To': Valerius Maximus and the exponential vices of empire

    Annual Lecture of the Centre for the Literatures of the Roman Empire - Rebecca Langlands - Exeter

    This is a School of Classics event. For further information please contact [email protected]

  45. I want to be a... Bog Scientist

    I want to be a... Bog Scientist

    Discover if you have got what it takes to be a bog scientist.

  46. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  47. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by the University Chaplain, Revd Dr Donald MacEwan. Gowns are...

  48. St Andrews Chamber Orchestra

    St Andrews Chamber Orchestra

    St Salvator's Chapel Choir Michael Downes, Bede Williams, Claire Innes-Hopkins (conductors) Mozart: Overture to The Magic Flute Bernstein: Chichester...

  49. James Yorkston's Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer

    James Yorkston's Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer

    £15

    Tae Sup wi Fifer returns with another stellar line-up, hand-picked by our genial host, James Yorkston. Joining James on the Byre stage are: Philip Selway...

  50. Antigone

    Antigone

    Mermaids Performing Arts Fund - £8.00

    Mermaids in collaboration with female-led theatre company Turning Point, revive the famous Greek tragedy of Antigone, where morals and a need to restore justice...

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