This month’s events

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  1. 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...

  2. 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...

  3. Mechanisms of TDP-43-induced neurodegenerative disease

    Mechanisms of TDP-43-induced neurodegenerative disease

    Research seminar as part of the School of Biology's Biomolecular Sciences (BMS) External Seminar series by Dr Leeanne McGurk, School of Life Sciences,...

  4. 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...

  5. 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....

  6. The Elimination of Trachoma: Past, present and future
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    The Elimination of Trachoma: Past, present and future

    A Seminar by Dr Danny Haddad

    This April, the Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis will welcome Dr Danny Haddad, who will deliver this seminar on efforts to eliminate trachoma. Dr Haddad...

  7. Narrative Space and Possible Worlds

    Narrative Space and Possible Worlds

    Encountering Ancient Narratives from a Cognitive Science Perspective

    This conference is the last event of an exciting collaborative research project on Narrative Space and Possible Worlds: Encountering Ancient Narratives from a...

  8. 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...