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First Saturday of Every Month. Fresh, wholesome local produce.
We welcome seasoned musicians, beginners and those that just want to come along and listen in a friendly atmosphere. During Singers' nights we........
An exhibition of the work of artist and toy maker Sam Smith who specialised in boats and harbour scenes. Curated by Andrew Demetrius of the University
Marking St Andrews University 600th Anniversary
Modern Style Ceilidh The Shoogle: Learn to dance, shake and Shoogle the Scottish way! Ceilidh dancing for beginners.
Traditional Ceilidh Forgan’s Hoolie Club: a modern twist on a traditional ceilidh featuring some of Scotland's best ceilidh bands
Will it the loch ness monster, braveheart or something more exotic altogether? Every Sat & Sun.
St Andrews Witches Tour starts outside Greyfriars Hotel
Houses the permanent St Andrews A-Z exhibition telling the story of the town with objects & images from the museum's collection.
Win prizes great and small. Starts 9pm Every Thursday.
Acoustic Sessions: Live performances from the best local talent. Every Thursday @ 9pm
Reptiles and Amphibians of Fife talk by Alexa Tweddle and Dod Weston.
Ice Age art: arrival of the modern mind talk by Dr Jill Cook.
Crail Folk Club - Christmas Party
Fun sociable wine tasting evening focusing on Spain’s top red wine regions.
Added Value? craft in the contexts of branding and luxury – materials: 10-4pm daily.
Snowdrops by Starlight - A magical illuminated wonderland for all the family. Enjoy an evening exploring the famous Cambo snowdrop woods, nr St Andrew
Now in its fourth year, Sunday 1st June 2014 sees the return of Chariots on the silver sands of St Andrews.
Crail Festival 2014 will take place in a variety of locations in the picturesque village of Crail in the beautiful East Neuk of Fife 23 July- 2 August