Ballingry-born actor David Colvin, who starred in the original National Theatre of Scotland production of Gregory Burke’s Black Watch and has previously been nominated for an Olivier Award, doesn’t have to think long when asked about the catalyst for his successful career: I was fortunate enough to be a pupil at Lochgelly High when there was an incredible creative arts department led by Robin Dewar and Leslie Nicholson (the latter now
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Acclaimed Fife bagpiper and actor David Colvin will deliver the world premiere of his one-man show Thunderstruck in the studio at Carnegie Hall as part of Outwith Festival‘s theatre programme. Colvin, who was the original piper for the National Theatre of Scotland’s worldwide smash hit Black Watch, cut his teeth as a youngster playing with Lochgelly High School Pipe Band and Thunderstruck charts the band’s journey to the World Pipe Band Championships at
Four days, eleven venues and over fifty talented performers including acclaimed artists, writers, comedians and musicians: Avocado Sweet, along with Dunfermline Delivers, Fire Station Creative and Caroline Copeland, are very proud to be one of the founding partners of an exciting new cultural event coming to Dunfermline in September. Outwith Festival will include a major new art work, a book launch, readings by authors and playwrights, cutting edge comedy and improvised theatre.