What’s On

Want to check out what’s on? Amazing, take a look at the calendar coming up over the next few weeks! Tickets can be reserved by emailing barronboxoffice@st-andrews.ac.uk. But don’t worry, just click the title of the individual event – we’ve got you covered.

Regular Events

Blind Mirth – Every Monday – 8pm


Blind Mirth – St Andrews’ first, best, and incidentally only improv comedy group arrive in the Barron at 8pm on the dot from an hour of improvised antics. It’s totally free so come on down – but remember, it’s first-come-first-seated, so arrive early to avoid disappointment!

Coming Up

Tales of Our World – Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th October – 7:30pm – £5

Tales of our World

Storytelling as a performance medium has been a part of human culture since its beginning and has kept many of our oldest myths and legends alive. Tales of Our World will showcase live performance storytelling in an intimate theatre environment, in an evening encompassing the scope of human narratives. They are echoes of the past in the present, and voices of the present in the past. They are the stories that define us. They are the tales of our world.

Bring your pillows and blankets for a cozy evening of storytelling! Book Now


Antigone – Wednesday 10th October and Thursday 11th October – 7:30pm – £5


A modern take on a Greek classic. Antigone refuses to leave her brother, Polynices, unburied despite the orders of her uncle Creon, the king. He condemns her to death, only realising that this is a mistake when it’s too late.  Book Now


Closer – Saturday 10th November and Sunday 11th November – 7:30pm – £5


“It was the moment of my life.”
In a world of dreams and distractions, holding onto love means tearing it from others. “Closer”, a play by Patrick Marber, asks what you must lose to realize that “this is this moment of your life. Book Now



When the Bride and Leonardo disappear from her wedding party, a question is burning on everybody’s mind: did she leave with him after just saying ‘I do’ to another man? She deserves to be punished, but is she the only one? Book Now


Mermaids Freshers’ Drama Festival – Week 11