The latest exhibition at Fire Station Creative is by consistently brilliant Dunfermline born artist Jonny Hannah who has hand lettered, drawn, scribbled and recycled photos to illustrate a new book – The Story of the Skids – by Richard Jobson. The book will be a mix of comic book, fanzine and punk-rock penny dreadful or, as Jonny describes it, ‘informal, all over the place & hard to read (the text in full will be at
Vegan food rides into town on the Caravan of Courage Vegan fast food is riding into the crazy golf course at Fife Leisure Park this weekend. The wonderfully-named Caravan of Courage will be at Adventure Golf Island from Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 February. From 12 noon until 6pm vegan fast food will include vegan burgers, falafel and flatbreads.
Combining art, wit and disco nostalgia, Workspace Dunfermline’s brilliant new t shirt designs are available in sizes XS to XXL and cost £20 each. They can be ordered here with bespoke designs also available.
If you’re looking to break up lockdown walks with a takeway then The Cheesy Toast Shack is open for business at East Sands, St Andrews. If you’re on a beach and it looks like a scene from Chariots of Fire then you’re on the wrong beach. Get your coordinates right and you’re also closer to Janetta’s ice cream for dessert. Open 10am until 4pm at weekends and 10am until 2pm
Wednesday 30 October, 7pm-8.30pm, Pecha Kucha at Tiffany’s, Carnegie Hall Rachael Nixon, Award-Winning Milliner and Owner of Chanix Millinery will be talking about her amazing hat creations at an evening of rapid-fire presentations known as Pecha Kucha. Lisa Irving, Owner of Vintage Quine, will be telling the story of her hugely popular vintage fashion and accessories shop in Falkland. These fascinating visual presentations last no more than 7 minutes. You
The Fresh Air Festival will again be in Dunfermline’s Public Park on 25 May to welcome the summer and showcase outdoor fun. As well as enjoying the lovely open spaces, picnic spots and fantastic views of the park, festival goers can take part in American football, skateboarding, tennis, cycling, kick boxing, football, assault course, rugby, horse-riding, grass sledging, bouncy safari, assault course, archery, laser clay pigeon shooting, Segway rides, fire juggling,
Scotland may not be the first country that springs to mind when you think of polo but students from St Andrews University were undeterred. Since beginning their small, university-level event in 2014, the Tournament has now grown and this is the first year that the tournament is hosting international teams. As well as teams from all over the UK, there are teams from Australia and the United States playing in
Theres Lovely is a new Dunfermline-based source of information and discussion about art, vintage and culture. The Facebook page is a place to see lovely things from collectors and read about Scottish-made items from the 20th and 21st centuries. The page also showcases new ceramics (by TheresLovely and made in Dunfermline) and a there’s a link to an Etsy site where you can buy vintage and contemporary pottery, glass and
The period features police assume that older houses with their high ceilings, original fireplaces and sash & case windows are the only way to create good interior design. Yet many of us live in new houses in modern estates. We enjoy the easy functionality that experienced developers bring to our lives. And, while there may be no cornicing or ceiling roses that doesn’t mean the design has to be minimal;
Right now at the FifeSpace Gallery at Rothes Halls, there is a rare opportunity to view inspiring works created at Victoria Hospice, Kirkcaldy. ‘Making Memories’ showcases the talents of patients attending the day hospice and features fused glass, paintings, textiles, mixed media and printmaking. Victoria Hospice provides specialist palliative care to those in Fife with cancer and other life limiting illnesses and the art on show has been produced during