This month’s events

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  1. CSRP Research Seminar

    CSRP Research Seminar

    Human Flourishing and Environmental Ethics: A Question of Belief

    CSRP research seminar. 'Human Flourishing and Environmental Ethics: A Question of Belief'. Keith Wiedersheim (University of St Andrews)

  2. 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...

  3. CSRP Research Seminar

    CSRP Research Seminar

    Toward a Postwar Japanese Anglicanism: Inculturating the Book of Common Prayer and Anglican Liturgy in Japan

    CSRP research seminar. 'Toward a Postwar Japanese Anglicanism: Inculturating the Book of Common Prayer and Anglican Liturgy in Japan'. Aaron Pelot...

  4. 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...

  5. 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...

  6. KTP Event in partnership with Innovate UK
    Limited access

    KTP Event in partnership with Innovate UK

    A chance to meet Industry and Academic partners to find out more about the KTP programme.

    You are warmly invited to attend the Mackenzie Institute Knowledge Transfer Partnership Event on the 6th February, 2023 at Walter Bower House. For those...

  7. 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...

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