The “What’s On” listings below represent our pick of the events taking place in St Andrews and surrounding area over the coming weeks and months.
These are just a few of the wide selection of events on offer in St Andrews. For a more comprehensive list, we recommend a visit to the excellent Event St Andrews website - this is a superb, independently-compiled comprehensive list of occasions large and small, and is especially good for community and University events.
Very occasionally, event organisers have to change arrangements at the last minute – so before travelling any distance, we always recommend you contact the individual event directly to check that it is still going ahead as planned. Our Facebook and Twitter pages are another excellent way of hearing about any late changes.
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An exhibition of contemporary prints by artists from Fife Dunfermline Printmakers’ Workshop. Screenprints, monoprints, etchings and woodcuts make up this colourful and dynamic show. Artists’ cards and other gift items also for sale.
Kinburn Gallery, St Andrews Museum, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews KY16 9DP.
Saturday 20 September to Sunday 23 November – open daily 10.30am – 4pm (until 5pm during September). Admission free.
Preceded by a special preview evening on Friday 19th September – an opportunity to meet the artists and find out more about contemporary printmaking today. 6pm-8pm. Admission free.
St Andrews Farmers’ Market
The St Andrews Farmers’ Market is held on the first Saturday morning of every month at the Argyle Street car park (close to St Andrews Bus Station).
Featuring a wide variety of local produce including meats, cheeses, fish, preserves, baking, fruit, vegetables, confectionery, and more, the first stalls open from around 9.00am and the event concludes by 1.00pm – so arrive early for the biggest choice!
Look out for cookery demonstrations and pop-up restaurants throughout the year.
10am – 5pm We’re back, and we’re better than ever! Vintage Collective, Scotland’s premier vintage fair, is making an appearance in the town where it all began – head down to the
Younger Hall (10am to 5pm) for a gorgeous venue and even more fabulous vintage and retro finds
The artists formerly known as Very Vintage Events, Vintage Collective brings you the very best vintage Scotland has to offer, and at affordable prices – whilst dancing the day away to our favourite classic tunes. This will be an extravaganza to remember – performances, food, fashion and much, much more.
Entry: £2 – Children free
Forgan’s Hoolie Club: a modern twist on a traditional ceilidh featuring some of Scotland’s best ceilidh bands. It’s a Hoolie to remember every Saturday night from 10pm.
Head to Forgan’s every Saturday for tradition Scottish ceilidh dancing.
To find out more please visit their site here.
Jim Leishman and Friends
Jim Leishman is hosting an afternoon of entertainment in aid of St Andrews charities. Organised by the Hamish McHamish Foundation this event will donate all funds raised to local charities In aid of St Andrews Colts Community Football Club, Byre Youth Theatre and the Hamish Foundation for Santas Grotto at The Byre in December.
Jim Leishman & Friends Charity afternoon at the Byre promises to be a very entertaining show. Hosted by Jason Barber, Jim’s guests include Willie Allan, George McNeill, Vicky Robertson, Kim Shepherd. The Universities Other Guys and Gilbert & Sullivan Society will also be performing. For an afternoon of fun, chat and musical entertainment this show promises to be an unmissable unique event.
Tickets are £20. For tickets Contact 07582 750436