One of Outwith Festival‘s missions is to bring exciting opportunities to see film in Dunfermline. This year is no exception with the Outwith film team negotiating an early showing of new, Scottish-made feature The Origin, a technically accomplished survivalist thriller set in Stone Age Scotland. The film, which premiered earlier this year in London to excellent reviews, is directed by Fife’s own Andrew Cumming who comes to Outwith on 7
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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
A great music event next week for Dunfermline when legendary songwriter and long term Glen Campbell collaborator Jimmy Webb comes to the Carnegie Hall. Even better, he is supported by David Scott of Pearlfishers. It promises to be a superb night of storytelling and song and it’s a good excuse to post a clip of Galveston which, along with Wichita Lineman, is one of Webb’s finest. The show is at
Talking in advance of his charity gig at the Carnegie Hall on 7 June, popular Dunfermline musician George Murray (above) says, ‘To move a mountain you start with the stones’. With tickets for the gig selling well and an album ready for release, George is delighted about just how far his Eastwood project has come. Tragically, George and his friend and fellow musician Stuart Henderson (below) both lost their beautiful