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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(Event organisers – if you would like your occasion featured here, please get in touch supplying your details, and, ideally, a photo or image.)
Organ Recital by Nicholas Morris
Tuesday 16 September at 13.10
St Salvator’s Chapel
Organ Recital by Nicholas Morris (Queen’s College, Cambridge)
The brilliant young organ scholar of Queen’s College, Cambridge, performs a daring and virtuosic programme of music by Buxtehude, Eben, Leighton and Francis Pott as well as Cecilia McDowall’s ‘Sounding Heaven and Earth’ on the 1973 Gregor Hradetzky organ.
The Thursday Session
Performances from the best local talent, from 9pm every thursday night at Forgans here in St Andrews.
Enjoy great live music from a whole host of local artists.
For more information on who’s performing this week please click here.
The Shoogle: learn to dance, shake and shoogle the Scottish way! Ceilidh dancing for beginners every Friday from 10.30pm.
Head along to Forgans right here in St Andrews to try your hand at some traditional Scottish Ceilidh Dancing.
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.
Organ Recital by John Kitchen
Music from Scandinavia’ – Roman, Gade, Grieg and Hovland. Performed on the 1973 Gregor Hradetsky organ (IV/40) in St Salvator’s Chapel
Tuesday, 23 September 2014 at 1:10 PMWhereSt Salvator’s Chapel