Top 5 Things To Do This Week

Spring break is over, but the fun does not have to stop!

Top 5 Things to do: April 1st– April 6th

  1. The Importance of Being Earnest, April 1st , 7:30pm, Union Stage

“Oscar Wilde’s ‘trivial play for serious people’ follows all the highs and lows of Victorian courtship, complete with assumed names, mistaken lovers, and a lost handbag.”

  1. Women in Politics, April 2nd, 7pm- 9:30pm, Cottage Kitchen

“Self-defining women are sorely underrepresented in the political sphere, at a university level, a national level, and globally. It’s time for a change, and that change can start with us!”

  1. Byre World: Rwanda Stories to Remember, April 3rd, 6:30pm-9:30pm, Byre Theatre

“To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Genocide against the Tutsi, two Rwandan women, Chantal Mrimi and Marie-Claire U. Nyinawumuntu, both now living in Scotland, join Prof Nicki Hitchcott (St Andrews) and Dr Hannah Grayson (Stirling) in an evening of sharing stories and remembrance. Event is FREE”

  1. How to Overthrow a Dictator, April 4th, 5:45pm- 6:45pm, Best Western Scores Hotel

“Srdja Popovic founded the Serbian non-violent resistance group “Otpor!” which successfully campaigned to overthrow Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic. Otpor! would inspire thousands of protestors to take over the Serbian Parliament.”

  1. Glitterball, April 6th, 8pm- 1am, The Spanish Gardens

“We would like to welcome you to the SIXTH year of our annual inclusive ball. This year we have some very exciting things planned to make this the biggest and best Glitterball yet!”




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