One of Fife’s best free events, the Fresh Air Festival will take place on Saturday 27 May in Dunfermline’s Public Park. The free entry event is part of an ongoing drive to celebrate and promote the Public Park, led by Jim Stewart of the Central Dunfermline Community Council. Among many improvements to date have been new lighting, art installations and signage and the team have recently secured the go ahead
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Dunfermline Children’s Gala Day has been an extraordinarily enduring occasion with this Saturday’s event being the 113th to take place in the town. Once simply a parade of local schoolchildren down the High Street to the Glen for a picnic and a play, it is now a day long extravaganza which takes the Gala Committee a full year to organise. These days over 3,000 primary school children, each supplied with a
Father Ted fans will be delighted to see that Ardal O’Hanlon is performing this Friday 22 April at the Carnegie Hall as part of the Fife Comedy Festival. For the full programme,organised by Fife Cultural Trust, go to OnFife.
It may not be safe to go back in the water but viewers watching Jaws will be cozy in their cagoules on the Esplanade, Kirkcaldy at the opening of Kirkcaldy Film Festival on 17 September at 8.30pm. Tickets for Jaws were free but have sold out, however check out the trailer for other highlights which include The Ipcress File, Inside Out, Stonemouth and the Scottish premiere of Palio.
Thieves of Dunfermline is a light hearted, fast paced hour’s entertainment inspired by the events and people of Dunfermline’s past. It will be performed from 3-7 December in the intimate setting of The Long Gallery in Abbot House, Dunfermline by a talented cast of local musicians and performers including Fife Provost Jim Leishman in his first acting role. Some of the stories, which are told through drama, humour and cracking
The excellent Cupar Arts Festival has just got underway and runs until 17 October. An impressive list of interesting visual arts events has been put together, including a man wondering around town dressed as a pig, handwriting cut into the town’s park grass and video projections onto buildings of people immersed in water. There are lots of live music performances and family activities too. Also featured is the work of
Looking very Hansel & Gretel, this gingerbread village is based on local buildings in Crail in the East Neuk of Fife and has been confected by Leven company Sucre Coeur for the Crail Food Festival. It can be seen in the window of Crail Gallery. The Festival is on this weekend, Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 June, and includes participants such as The Fife Diet, with their smoothie bike (pictured below), and St