Male student dresses up as a woman and parades through the streets of St. Andrews.
Young man dresses up as woman at University pageant in Scotland.
Full title reads: "Scotland. 'Kate Kennedy Day' - Men students of St. Andrew's University pay homage in annual pageant."
Saint Andrew's University, Scotland.
Vicar and man dressed in skirt and with long plaits of hair walk out of church. The young male student is dressed as "Lady Katherine Kennedy, patroness of student chivalry". In the parade behind them are students dressed as pages and men in academic cap and gown carrying heraldic symbols.
Procession, led my man on horse, goes through town streets. People stand at the road side and watch. Man of those in the procession are dressed in clothes of the middle-ages. The procession carries on with more men on horses and medieval costume.
People are dressed as figures from Scottish history.
Horse drawn carriage take man dressed as "Lady Katherine" through the streets. He/she is accompanied by a man in academic garb. People holding heraldic shields walk along side. Behind the carriage is a man dressed as a jester. The carriage arrives at the University where he/she is received by the principle, Sir James Irvine.