Upcoming events

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  1. Online exhibition: Controlling the Plague in British India

    Online exhibition: Controlling the Plague in British India

    Free

    The ERC-funded project Visual Representations of the Third Plague Pandemic, led by Dr Christos Lynteris, has curated an online exhibition on the subject of...

  2. All About Energy Podcast

    All About Energy Podcast

    Lubomila Jordanova and the Business of Sustainability

    Our host James and Centre for Energy Ethics PhD researcher Anna Rauter discuss energy news. Subjects will include rising oil prices alongside falling investment...

  3. City Breakz Pop Up Hip Hop

    City Breakz Pop Up Hip Hop

    Free ticketed event

    An outdoor hip-hop and break-dancing pop-up from Room 2 Manoeuvre and Tony Mills which takes the classic hip-hop throw down and brings it to unconventional...

  4. Unicorn Dance Party

    Unicorn Dance Party

    Free ticketed event

    You are invited to find your inner unicorn at these joyous performances for young and family audiences from Sarah Rose Graber and Ruxy Cantir. The Unicorn Dance...

  5. Pop-up Opera

    Pop-up Opera

    £5 per person. Please book in household bubbles.

    Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring five of Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits, thanks to Scottish Opera...

  6. Wee Wardlaws
    Limited access

    Wee Wardlaws

    Help your little one explore the world around them through museum objects, stories, songs, crafts and things to do and spot. We'll be finding out about...

  7. Sea Path Walk

    Sea Path Walk

    Free ticketed event

    A creative, structured, community walk with Dawn Hartley and Quee MacArthur. During September and October 2020, the Byre worked with Fife based artists, Dawn...

  8. What should we do? Climate emergencies, energy transitions and the pursuit of a 'green' future

    What should we do? Climate emergencies, energy transitions and the pursuit of a 'green' future

    Research in energy ethics tackles the questions around how global economic processes intersect with intimate moral views. Approached from a diverse range of...

  9. From steaming swamp to blanket bog: peatlands in action

    From steaming swamp to blanket bog: peatlands in action

    Exhibition on the peatlands of Peru

    Come on a tour of Peru's steaming swamps through a selection of photographs taken by researchers from the University of St andrews, and colleagues, during...

  10. Affect, Intensity, Antiquity

    Affect, Intensity, Antiquity

    A School of Classics Conference

    This three-day conference is organised by Adrian Gramps and Chiara Graf of the School of Classics at St andrews. Programme Friday 20 August Opening Remarks...

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