This month’s events

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  1. 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...

  2. 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...

  3. Medieval Life Tour with Dr Bess Rhodes
    Limited access

    Medieval Life Tour with Dr Bess Rhodes

    Join Dr Bess Rhodes, an expert in medieval St Andrews, as she takes you on a tour of the town and explains what life was like for the everyday person in the...

  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. School of Chemistry Colloquia: Dr Robert Phipps

    School of Chemistry Colloquia: Dr Robert Phipps

    Dr Robert Phipps (University of Cambridge) will give a talk discussing his research group's most recent work. Title and abstract to follow....

  6. 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...

  7. 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...

  8. 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...

  9. Some Contemporary Issues in Liturgical Theology

    Some Contemporary Issues in Liturgical Theology

    Feminist and Decolonial Perspectives. Seminar session with Prof Stephen Burns, University of Divinity, Melbourne/Australia

    Seminar with Prof Stephen Burns, Professor of Liturgical and Practical Theology at Pilgrim Theological College, University of Divinity, Melbourne, Australia...

  10. English Research Seminar -- Dr Adam Bridgen
    Cancelled

    English Research Seminar -- Dr Adam Bridgen

    Revisiting Stephen Duck (c. 1705-56): A Paradigm for Antislavery before Abolition

    This talk considers the broadening horizons of British labouring-class poetry of the 18th century, and the ways in which these engagements reflect but also...

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