Top Five Things To Do

The top five things to do, from September 18th-24th.

Monday 18th September: Blind Mirth, Mirtha Stewart

20:00-21:00 at Sandys Bar

Have you not heard of Blind Mirth yet?
They claim to be the best, the funniest (only) improv comedy group in St Andrews!! There is a free shows at sandys at 8pm this Monday. They’ll be cracking some jokes to set your week in a silly note.


Tuesday 19th September: Pulse Presents: Renaissance

22:00-02:00 at The Vic

Head to The Vic on Tuesday if you are looking for a nearly midweek boogie!

Tickets are £5 and available on Fixr.


Wednesday 20th September: Jo Caulfield on The Funny Thing About Death

20:00 at Topping & Co. Bookshop

Award-winning comedian, Jo Caulfield, will be in town to talk about her magnificent debut memoir, The Funny Thing About Death. Most recently winning the Comedians’ Comedian award in 2021, Jo has performed stand-up comedy all over the world and is renowned for her sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Festival.

Like her stand-up, Jo Caulfield’s caustic wit and razor-sharp observations make her account of life with her sister, even in the worst of times, as entertaining as it is touching and relatable.


Thursday 21st September: Haus X Origin

22:30-02:00 at The Vic

Haus and Origin are combining forces for Origin’s debut event in St Andrews. We are to expect some massive sets from Origin’s finest spinners in the Main Room, while Haus residents hold down Room 2 with a few fresh faces.

House, Garage, DnB and much more will be blessing the Vic for our special joint event.


Friday 22nd September: BOP

22:30 at The Union

Get yourself down to the Union for the Friday BOP to let your hair down!


Saturday 23rd September: Scottish Varsity Match 2023

2023 Match

14:00-17:00 at University Park, St Andrews

This Saturday the Saints Rugby team are taking on the University of Edinburgh in what is an ancient rivalry. The Saints have won the match for the past two years so they can retain the victory!


Sunday 24th September: All Age Harvest Thanksgiving

15:00 at St Andrews Botanic Gardens

Celebrate Harvest Messy-style with activities, songs and worship. Bring along one piece of fruit or veg (anything from a humble potato to a juicy plum!) to lay on our Harvest table. Have fun exploring the Botanic Garden after the service!




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