The Byre Theatre
The Byre Theatre is currently open in a temporary capacity to facilitate community and strategic events and shows.
Please keep visiting this page to see whats on now and in the future.
We would love to welcome you back to this beautiful theatre and hope to see familiar faces and welcome new ones in the very near future.
Catering & Bar
Have a drink from our well stocked bar, including wines from St Andrews Wine Company and beers from Eden Brewery.
For only £12.50 per adult and £8.00 per child enjoy a fabulous 2 course traditional buffet for faster service or lighter snacks with great coffee. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Byre Theatre for some great entertainment. No booking required.
If you are running late and have no time for a pre theatre meal, why not try our late night winter warming bowls at only £5.00 post show in the bar while meeting with friends after the show.
Bright Club St Andrews II - Spring and Roundabouts
30th April 2014
Stand up comedy from local researchers.
"Sexy and cool - and very funny!" - New Scientist
Doors 7.30pm, Show 8.30pm
Tickets on the door.
Lawrence Levy Studio,
St Andrews Opera - Albert Herring
15th to 17th June 2014 at 7.30pm
St Andrews Opera presents Benjamin Britten¹s sparkling comedy, Albert Herring, in a fully staged production directed by Tania Holland Williams. Stifled in the birdcage of conformity and bearing the load of collective judgement, Albert Herring has a choice to make - to flock or take flight. This is a piece with much to say about the restrictive pressure of social convention and what happens when one man goes pop - as relevant to today as when it was composed in 1947.
St Andrews Opera brings together a cast of highly talented young singers with a professional orchestra led by Feargus Hetherington and conducted by Michael Downes.
Ticket prices will be £14 / £11 concessions / £5 students and under-26s
University of St Andrews
Younger Hall, North Street, St Andrews, KY16 9AJ
T: 01334 462226
Elaine C Smith - Still Standing...Just!
21st June 2014
"Elaine C Smith is a national treasure" - Sunday Herald
"Elaine C Smith is a Scottish institution, but so are Barlinnie and dodgy banks" - Iain Patterson, creator of Rab C Nesbitt
Contact phone number 08444 77 1000Tickets