Top Five Things to Do

The top five things to do this week, from February 13th-19th.

Not to fear – Reading Week is almost upon us. Escape from the library and deadlines to celebrate Valentine’s Day in style, get crafty or dance the night away with friends.


Valentine’s Day Card Making, Monday 13th February at 7pm  

If you still haven’t got anything for that special someone, Art Society are hosting a card making session at Brew Co. All materials are provided, and at £1 for members and £2 for non-members, this is a cost-effective way to spread some Valentine’s Day cheer! For more information: 



DW: Primal, Tuesday 14th February at 10pm  

No Valentine’s Day plans this year? Not to worry – you can escape the throngs of couples filling every restaurant and bar in St Andrews by heading to the Don’t Walk event at the Vic. For more information: 



Concrete Catwalk: Down the Rabbit Hole, Thursday 16th February at 8pm  

For an experience more intimate than the traditional university fashion show, visit the Adamson on Thursday. Concrete Catwalk is promising a bar-top runway, custom cocktails and unique couture. For more information: 



Masquerade: Queen of Hearts, Friday 17th February at 10:30pm  

Masquerade are hosting a club night at the Vic this Friday, transforming the venue into a Valentine’s Day-inspired space. With a DJ, delicious drinks and great music, this is the perfect way to celebrate the beginning of Reading Week. For more information: 



DRAFP Ball, Saturday 18th February at 7:30pm  

St Andrews’ favourite hall ball returns with an ‘out of this world’ theme. Promising free food, special cocktails and the best student musical talent the town has to offer, this is a chance to enjoy the atmosphere of Lower College Lawn at a price that won’t break the bank, with tickets at £15 for residents and £25 for non-residents. For more information: 



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