This week’s events
Met Opera 22-23: Die Zauberflöte (12A)
Pay What You Can -- £20.00 / £15.00 / £10.00
One of opera's most beloved works receives its first new Met staging in 19 years---a daring vision by renowned English director Simon McBurney that...
Gary Meikle 2.5
From the man himself, shooting from the hip, as ever: This is MY 3rd show, or 2.5 as I'm calling it. My targets as always will be my girls and me as well...
The Elves and the Shoemaker (5+)
Pay What You Can £8.00 / £6.00 / £4.00
Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre Company retell Grimm's tale in this enchanting adaptation. Beautiful carved wooden puppets tell the magical story of how two...
Remember these? Dreadlock Holiday, Mr Blue Sky, I'm Mandy Fly Me, Evil Woman, The Things We Do for Love, Wild West Hero, Life is a Minestrone, Art for...
Good Till the Close
A collaboration between the Centre for Energy Ethics and the Centre for Poetic Innovation, Good Till The Close is a 'fortune-telling',...
Wee Wardlaws --- Monkey Business
Help your little one explore the world around them through museum objects, stories, songs, crafts and things to do and spot. This event is for children 0 to 5...
Tips for scheduling meetings
If you struggle to find a meeting time that suits everyone, come along to our new North Haugh drop in. We'll be looking at Outlook's scheduling poll...
Byre Film Club: See How They Run (12)
Pay What You Can £8.00 / £6.00
You don't need to be a member to join in with this club. You just need to enjoy a good film in good company. In the West End of 1950s London, plans for a...
Royal Opera Screening: The Sleeping Beauty 12A
Pay what you can £20.00 / £15.00 / £10.00
Magic and fairytale characters are brought to life through ballet in this well-known family favourite. The Sleeping Beauty holds a very special place in The...
Professor Xiaolin Wei: 'Implementation Science and Complex Interventions to Impact Health Policies'
Join the School of Medicine for a seminar talk delivered by Professor Xiaolin Wei. Implementation science employs rigorous methods to promote systematic...
Death Cafe (May 2023)
FREE but please book
Death Cafes take place at the Learning Loft, Wardlaw Museum, 7 The Scores, St Andrews KY16 9AR Held across the world, Death Cafés are a series of welcoming,...
Creative Health Symposium
SHARE (Sciences, Humanities and Arts Research Exchange), RCS Innovation Studios, and the Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Studies at St Andrews are...
Tearaway Writers Stage II
Pay what you can £12.00 / £10.00 / £8.00
A night of performed writing, featuring the darkly comic, dramatic, and comedic plays by members of local playwrighting group the Tearaway Writers. Running...
Inaugural Lecture -- Professor Frank Sullivan
'On a front line of Health Services'
When Sir James Mackenzie established the Institute for Clinical Research in St Andrews in 1919 he wanted 'To do for medicine what the Atomic Theory had...
School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Doug Stephan (University of Toronto)
School of Chemistry Colloquium open to final year project students, MSc students, PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and academic staff....
Energy Cafe: Natural Resources Extraction and Energy Access in Nigeria
Our next Energy Café will be about Natural Resources Extraction and Energy Access in Nigeria. Sustainable energy access and use in Nigeria is a big challenge....
Exhibition: Reflections on Exile and Displacement from the Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus
MECACS Art Exhibition
The Institute of Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus Studies (MECACS) is organising an art exhibition on 'Reflections of Displacement and Exile'....