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Global Cultural Movement with a Social Impact

26-30 November 2021

A day devoted to culture, social causes and the celebration of St Andrew’s Day

Register your event for St Andrew’s Fair Saturday 2021

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After Black Friday, thousands of artists and cultural organisations around the world get together in a unique festival and support social causes through their events. In November 2021, Scotland joins the international celebration of Fair Saturday and celebrates St Andrew’s Day, and everyone is invited to take part in St Andrew’s Fair Saturday.

Through a programme of events and activities right across the country, St Andrew’s Fair Saturday contributes to the global Fair Saturday movement and the celebration of St Andrew’s Day and is a key component of a co-ordinated drive to boost social inclusion, fairness and sharing inspired by Scotland’s National Day.

St Andrew’s Fair Saturday is a Scottish Government initiative delivered by the Fair Saturday Foundation.

Do you want to join
St Andrew’s Fair Saturday 2021?

Artists and Cultural Organisations

Organise an event and join thousands of artists and cultural organisations to claim the importance of art and culture, to give visibility to your work, to create a different day.

Venues

Become part of Fair Saturday’s network of venues. Organise an event or include an event you have already scheduled for that day. You can also offer your venue to host St Andrew’s Fair Saturday events.

Charities

Organise an event and join thousands of organisations and social projects worldwide to be recognised by artists and their audience, sharing your message with society.

Cities and Local Authorities

Be part of the first global cultural movement with a social impact and create a powerful day to support the local cultural ecosystem.

Volunteers

Experience St Andrew’s Fair Saturday from the inside. Enjoy collaborating in the management of the events.

Businesses

We are looking for innovative organisations that care about their environment and are sensitive to culture and social projects. We collaborate to give visibility to your brand and help you work on the SDGs.

Media

We are looking for media committed to culture and social responsibility to give visibility to the festival.

Audience

Attend events, enjoy and support culture on a very special day. With total security, both for on-site and online events.

These organisations took part in 2020

Frontline Festival Scotland

Frontline Festival Scotland

Gaelic Books Council

Gaelic Books Council

Northlight Gallery

Northlight Gallery

Gabrielle Barnby

Gabrielle Barnby

SEALL Festival Small Halls

SEALL Festival Small Halls

Taylor Wilson

Taylor Wilson

Science Ceilidh

Science Ceilidh

Edinburgh Tool Library

Edinburgh Tool Library

Live Music Now Scotland

Live Music Now Scotland

Queens Hall

Queens Hall

Shooglenifty

Shooglenifty

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

Scottish Art Club

Scottish Art Club

Scottish Story Telling Centre

Scottish Story Telling Centre

Fèisean nan Gàidheal

Fèisean nan Gàidheal

Scotland with Hannah

Scotland with Hannah

University of Strathclyde Law clinic

University of Strathclyde Law clinic

Pianodrome

Pianodrome

ONFife

ONFife

Spring Feathers

Spring Feathers

Dundee Kindness Festival

Dundee Kindness Festival

The Walking Theatre Company

The Walking Theatre Company

Falkirk Community Trust

Falkirk Community Trust

Forth Valley Chorus

Forth Valley Chorus

7people

7people

Patrick Geddes Centre

Patrick Geddes Centre

Dundee Rep Theatre

Dundee Rep Theatre

Kelso Folk Club

Kelso Folk Club

ESU Scotland

ESU Scotland

Kat Hayes

Kat Hayes

Tessa Asquith-Lamb

Tessa Asquith-Lamb

Intercultural Youth Scotland

Intercultural Youth Scotland

Friends of Howwood Park

Friends of Howwood Park

BEMIS Scotland

BEMIS Scotland

+ Many more!

+ Many more!

This is how St Andrew’s Fair Saturday was experienced in previous years

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