Saturday 31st January at 17.55: Byre Theatre – The Byre Theatre is delighted to host a season of opera screenings, broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. Les Contes d’Hoffmann – Jacques Offenbach. Admission: £17, £15 (concession), £8 (students).
Fri 30th Jan, 19.30 | Sat 31st Jan, 14.30 | Sat 31st Jan, 19.30: Boys’ Brigade Hall, Kinnessburn Road – Join the University’s G&S Society as they sail the ocean blue in a semi-staged performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic comic opera H.M.S. Pinafore. This perennial and uplifting classic explores the conflict between love and duty as Josephine, a captain’s daughter, has to decide between the socially advantageous match to Sir Joseph Porter KCB, the First Lord of the Admiralty, which her father proposes for her, and her true love for Ralph Rackstraw, a humble sailor on board her father’s ship. Admission: £7, £5 (senior citizens/students/Under 16s) available from firstname.lastname@example.org or on the door.
Tuesday 27th January at 13.10: St Salvator’s Chapel – Our new concert season kicks off with a performance by one of our talented organ scholars, George Barrett, whose programme will include music by Felix Mendelssohn and the great 20th century blind organist of Ste. Clothilde in Paris, Jean Langlais. Admission: £2, FREE to Music Centre members
The University of St Andrews offers excellent musical facilities and a wide range of opportunities for students and non-students alike. They also have a busy diary of concerts and events. Visit their website to see what’s currently running http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/music/listen/events/
Sat 30 August to 29 November, 2-3.30pm (7-12 yrs) For the budding archaeologists amongst you we’re back with more exciting hands-on sessions to develop your archaeology skills and knowledge of the past. Workshops take place on the last Saturday of each month at MUSA. Free, but booking essential. Find out more at http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/musa/