The lecture series will be delivered in School III of St Salvator’s Quad, North Street, St Andrews. Each lecture will begin at 5.15pm, and following the first there will be a public reception in Lower College Hall. Lectures are free and open to the public as well as to staff and students of the University.
|Tuesday April 20th||Lecture 1||The view from nowhere|
|Thursday April 22nd||Lecture 2||The view from somewhere|
|Tuesday April 27th||Lecture 3||Where am I?|
|Thursday April 29th||Lecture 4||The face of the person|
|Tuesday May 4th||Lecture 5||The face of the earth|
|Thursday May 6th||Lecture 6||The face of God|
In addition to the lectures themselves there will further opportunities for discussion with Roger Scruton of the themes and ideas presented in the series. The time and location of these will be announced later.
Also, there will be a concert performance of Roger Scruton’s chamber opera The Minister presented by soloists from St Andrews Opera and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, with Ensemble 2021 conducted by Michael Downes. This will be at the Byre Theatre on Wednesday 21 April at 10.15pm. The performance will be preceded by a short introductory talk by Roger Scruton. Tickets for this event cost £5.