East Nook Studio

Jewellery - Ceramics - Crafts

East Nook Studio provides Jewellery, Ceramic and Craft classes for all ages and abilities in the heart of St Andrews town centre.

 Jewellery Workshops

Running regular workshops in silver making jewellery, such as Make a Ring, Pendant, Bracelet, Bangles or Earrings, the classes are open to anyone over the age of 12 if accompanied by an adult.

Jewellery workshops involve learning new skills such as sawing, shaping, drilling, soldering and polishing your silver into a finished jewellery design ready to take away that day. You will be amazed at what you can achieve!

Workshops range from 2 – 6 hours, depending on the activity.

Kids Clay Club

Ceramic clay club – for ages 8+
Fridays 4-5.30pm
5 week block starts Aug 30, Sept 6, 13, 20, 27

£8 per week, paid by the block
Price includes clay, glaze and kiln firings.
Fridays are full of excitement and stress and a hundred feelings from a week at school – let them express themselves through the tactile nature of the clay, ready to go home for tea relaxed and ready for the weekend!
For enquiries and bookings email over to hello@eastnook.com

East Nook Studio also offers various Silver Jewellery Workshops for adults, and kids aged 12+
Regular workshops, bespoke workshops, private parties and community workshops.
Check out the website over at www.eastnook.com to see what is coming up

Parties and Private Workshops (for all ages and abilities)

The studio hosts private parties from £40 per person including materials and silver. Do you have something to celebrate? This is open for groups of 12years+, mixed ages and even for adults only!


We also host private ceramic workshops for groups of children, and craft/ceramic sessions for all ages and abilities. Craft and ceramic sessions are suitable for groups of assisted learning adults, so please do get in touch if we can help in any way. Unfortunately, we are situated on the first floor and do not have disabled access.


Outreach & private venue workshops

East Nook Studio also provides outreach workshops for groups and schools or for private parties and workshops at your home or chosen venue, as long as a suitable space can be identified. Generally, all you need is sturdy kitchen table/s, and we can do the rest!

This may also help with anyone who might have difficulty accessing the studio, or for those who wish to host an activity for a group in a particular venue, as part of a longer day.

Have an idea? Get in touch, we would love to hear about it.


About the studio

The studio is a welcoming, friendly and charming space with wooden beam and cast iron pillars. The building is a former Malt barn from 1845, and is accessed from the main street via a cobbled path. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available at the studio, but there are many popular cafes, sandwich shops, restaurants and bars in the area.


How to find us

East Nook Studio can be found on South Street St Andrews in the West Port, behind Con Panna café in the Maltbarn. The studio is usually only open to the public for classes, so please get in touch via email if you would like to visit, and we can arrange a date.


Where to park

If you are coming in the evening, you can park for free on South Street. During the day, free parking can be found at Petheram bridge, (behind the bus station and all the way down to the University and Old Course hotel) and it is just a 2-5 minute walk to the studio from there.


How to get in contact

If you would like to book a class party or make an enquiry, pop an email over to hello@eastnook.com.

A list of current workshops are advertised on the website at www.eastnook.com, and can be found under the Classes & Workshops tab


Access to the Maltbarn is by a cobbled path on the main street leading to an open courtyard with double doors leading to the studios.

Unfortunately, we are situated on the first floor and do not have disabled access.


Open during class time only, please email to arrange a visit.

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