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Saturday 25

101 Dalmations family fun movie; Saturday Fun Club; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; £5; Film Kids

- 11:30pm Cameron Church Guild Coffee Morning stalls: cake & candy, bric-a-brac & books, plants & produce; St Andrews Town Hall, Queen’s Gardens, KY16 9TA [map]; 01334 840387; £1.50, children 50p; Food & Drink Sale

Diabetes talk by Prof Ewan Pearson, specialist in genetic diabetes to Fife Diabetes Group; Hope Park & Martyrs Church, St Mary’s Place, KY16 9UY [map] ; Health Talk

- 4pm Beltaine Fair fighting demonstrations, living history displays, crafts and traders, medieval music and a maypole dance; Shire of Caer Caledon; Madras College, South Street [map] ; Art & Craft Dance Food & Drink Free History

- 3pm Arty Saturdays: From Balloons to Typhoons learn about the RAF and the planes that have flown over Fife for almost a century! Design your own uniform and mascot and create paper planes from a variety of models to get a taste of life on the Leuchars air base; MUSA; Gateway Galleries, North Haugh, KY16 9RJ [map]; ; 01334 461660; Art & Craft Free History Kids

- 2:30pm MUSA Young Archaeologist: Ancient Bones develop your archaeology skills searching for clues in the ground with a trowel & toothbrush and learn about people of the past – age 7-12; MUSA, 7a The Scores, KY16 9AR [map]; ; 01334 461660; free, booking required; Free Kids

- 8:45pm Cavalleria Rusticana live screening of opera’s enduring tragic double bill Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci; Metropolican Opera; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; £17, £15, £8; Music Theatre

- 11:30pm Charity Fundraising Ceilidh with Nackytoosh also raffle, all money raised goes directly to charity: MND Scotland (Motor Neurone Disease); Hotel du Vin, 40 The Scores, KY16 9AS [map]; ; 01333350148; £8 (adult), £4 (under 16s), £20 (Family - 2 adults and 2 children) from web site (+ booking fee) or phone; Dance

Dalloway adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s response to the aftermath of the First World War, written and directed by Elton Townend Jones; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; £14, £12; Drama Theatre

Sunday 26

- 5pm Pilates Tea-Off at the Old Course Hotel an afternoon tea with Pilates elder Lolita San Miguel who presents a seminar on the Pilates Method, her time working with Joseph Pilates her youth and how his method has helped her continue to work and enjoy life into her 80s; Balans Pilates; Old Course Hotel, Old Station Road, KY16 9SP [map]; ; 01738 550 396; £79; Class Fitness Food & Drink

An Inspector Calls informal reading of the JB Priestley play by St Andrew Play Club; Club Rehearsal Room, North Castle Street; ; Theatre Meet

Elgar The Apostles St Andrews Chorus, Choristi Sanctiandree, Heisenberg Ensemble – with pre-performance talk at 6:30; Younger Hall, North Street, KY16 9AJ [map]; £12, Concessions £10, Students £3; Music

Monday 27

- 6:15pm Violence a Medsin Education Series to promote critical thinking around acts of violence. Whilst these may appear ‘random’, they are not. With specialists in Group Psychology & Violence from the School of Medcine’s People & Populations division, and from the Drug & Alcohol Project in Fife; Medsin St Andrews; Medical & Biological Sciences Building, North Haugh [map]; Free Talk

The Devil That Never Dies: The Rise and Threat of Global Anti-Semitism Andrew Carnegie Lecture by Dr Daniel Goldhagen; Buchanan Building, Union Street, KY16 9PH [map]; Politics Talk

StAFCO Spring Concert music by Haydn and Elgar, with special guest Matt Hardy, newly appointed Principal Timpanist with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Younger Hall, North Street, KY16 9AJ [map]; Free Music

Tuesday 28

Worse Than War – The Film author, scholar Daniel Jonah Goldhagen introduces his film Worse Than War the first major documentary to explore the phenomenon of genocide and how we can stop it.; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; free booking required; Film Free Talk

Once Upon a Time Dance Soc end-of-year show – the finest dance talent that St Andrews has to offer will be displayed in a myriad of styles from ballet to breakdance and tap to theatre; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; £8, £6 Concessions / Students; Dance

Wednesday 29

Dance Soc: Once Upon a Time Dance Soc end-of-year show – the finest dance talent that St Andrews has to offer will be displayed in a myriad of styles from ballet to breakdance and tap to theatre; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; £8, £6 Concessions / Students ; Dance

Nudes in the Landscape: Anne Brigman’s Pictorialist Allegories of Liberation talk by Professor Elizabeth Anne Maxwell (Melbourne); School II, St Salvator’s Quad, North Street [map]; Art & Craft Talk

‘Where the Place?’ – Problems of location on the Shakespearean stage talk by Professor Peter Womack (East Anglia); Kennedy Hall, The Scores [map]; Talk

Dance Soc: Once Upon a Time Dance Soc end-of-year show – the finest dance talent that St Andrews has to offer will be displayed in a myriad of styles from ballet to breakdance and tap to theatre; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; £8, £6 Concessions / Students ; Dance

Thursday 30

The Bucket List film screening; Byre Film Club; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; £6 incl tea/coffee & scone; Film

- 4:30pm Afternoon Tea and Cake meet the team at Families First St Andrews and find out what we do — musical interludes by Leslie Stephenson & friends; Fellowship Room, Baptist Church, South Street [map]; free donations accepted; Food & Drink Music Talk

The Pavlopetri Underwater Archaeology Project talk by Dr Jon Henderson, Department of Archaeology, Nottingham, on new research at the oldest submerged town in the world; Scottish-Hellenic Society & Archaeology Society; School I, St Salvator’s Quad, North Street [map]; History Talk

Normal/Madness based on a true story and from first-hand experience of schizophrenia, this new play by Scottish playwright Fiona Geddes and award-winning director Jessica Beck explores a young woman’s journey of understanding whilst caring for her schizophrenic mother; Kidder; Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, KY16 9LA [map]; ; 01334 475000; £10, £12; Theatre

Pistol Pete acoustic session – live performances from the best local talent; Forgan’s, 110 Market Street, KY16 9PB; ; 01334 466 973; Music



- From Balloons to Typhoons RAF Leuchars: Life on Base; Gateway Galleries, North Haugh, KY16 9RJ [map]; ; 01334 461660; Exhibition History

- Treasures of the Kingdom “Fife’s decorative heritage unearthed” – explore the wonders of Fife’s archaeology: from Bronze age pots to Roman brooches and Medieval badges, the exhibition showcases finds from across the Kingdom and explores styles of decoration and adornment through the ages; St Andrews Museum, Kinburn Park, Doubledykes Road, KY16 9DP [map]; ; 01334 659380 (museum); Exhibition History



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