Life without the Wolf: The future of threatened and endangered species

Laura Bates
Friday 25 January 2019

Join researchers from the University of St Andrews for an afternoon of talks exploring the latest research into endangered and threatened species, followed by a final presentation from renowned BBC wildlife cameraman, Doug Allan.

In addition to talks, a variety of hands-on outreach activities suitable for all ages will take place during the afternoon.

  • Bell Pettigrew Museum, Bute Building 13:30 – 14:30
    Museum tours and hands-on activities
  • Byre Theatre 14:30 – 17:00
    Talks on threatened & endangered species (plus hands-on activities)
  • Younger Hall 17:30 – 18:15
    Life Behind the Camera – recording endangered species
    Doug Allan

The afternoon of talks and activities is free of charge, but please sign up via this link.


Heisenberg Ensemble: 30th Anniversary Concert

The activities will culminate at 7.00pm with a performance of Prokofiev’s much-loved work for children ‘Peter and the Wolf’ given in celebration of the Heisenberg’s 30th anniversary celebrations. The work will be paired with the wonderful 1st horn concerto by Richard Strauss and Rauel’s ‘Mother Goose’.


Tickets for the evening concert performance are available separately from the Byre Theatre Box Office (£10 for adults, £5 children/students).

Younger Hall 19:00 – 21:00
Heisenberg 30th Anniversary Concert – Peter & the Wolf

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