With a 216 seat auditorium, a 100 seat studio theatre and full cinematic, theatrical and conference facilities, the Byre Theatre is a strong cultural hub in North East Fife.
Originally founded in 1933, the building has seen many changes over the years, and in 2013 it went into administration and ceased hosting performances.
In 2014, The University of St Andrews announced that the theatre was to reopen under the management of the University, with the building to be used as a theatre, educational resource, general arts venue and music centre.
Events at this venue
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NUTSHELL THEATRE presents Allotment by Jules Horne Directed by Kate Nelson I Designed by Sarah Paulley I Performed by Gowan Calder and Nicola Jo Cully Allotment follows the complex and quirky relationship between sisters, Dora and Maddy as they live out the seasons on their allotment, playing out their rivalries among the…
Counterfeit Sixties Show
A nostalgic night of 60s music, interspersed with video clips from the era. The band performs songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees and many more.
Sat 18 Sep
Keeping The Faith: The Billy Joel Collection
'Keeping The Faith' is a brand-new all-action theatre experience, featuring the hit songs of one of the greatest songwriters and performers in music history - Billy Joel Billy Joel is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold over 150 million albums worldwide. His 12 studio albums include 33 Top 40…
Sat 2 Jul 2022
- 19:30 – 22:00
Reviews & features
StAnza, Fife Jazz Festival and other events to continue in wake of Byre Theatre's closure28 Jan 2013
The St Andrews theatre is set to close on Thu 31 Jan; scheduled shows will go on in new venues
The Byre Theatre, St Andrews, is being forced to shut down because of its financial difficulties. The theatre has struggled to cover its costs in recent years, with problems exacerbated with the withdrawal of funding by the former Scottish Arts Council…