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What’s on Fife

World-famous for its golf, and featuring some of Scotland’s best scenic attractions, the Kingdom of Fife is the ancestral home of Scottish monarchs. Barely 50 miles at its widest point, Fife still manages to offer any number of interesting days out, with castles, cathedrals, gardens and historical sites, plus a whole host of cultural and outdoor activities for your enjoyment. Fife is regarded as the Home of Golf and has more than 40 courses, including the famed and illustrious fairways of St Andrews. The Fife coastline is a very special environment, too, with its distinctive rock formations, delicate flora and varied wildlife. So, whatever your preference, whether you’re looking for relaxation or action, you’ll find it in Fife.

regional highlights

19th September 2014, Fife:

MacFloyd (Scotland’s Pink Floyd) return to Carnegie Hall with a great new show looking back over the career of Pink Floyd - spanning almost 30 years.

19th September 2014, Fife:

Over the Rainbow is a compelling award-winning Musical which tells the Life Story of the legendary artist, Eva Cassidy.

20th September 2014, Fife:

An event with something for everyone interested in family history.

20th September 2014, Fife:

After some 25 years of playing together, Altan have established themselves as one of the most important live acts to play traditional Irish music in Ireland and on the World stage.

24th September 2014, Dunfermline:

Home Energy Scotland is offering free, impartial advice to anyone interested in installing solar panels.

25th September 2014, Fife:

Find out the facts about electric cars and the charging infrastructure in Fife and throughout Scotland.

29th September 2014, Fife:

Ipdip Theatre bring a delightful, multi-sensory performance where rhythmic storytelling is interwoven with sound, touch and visual treats.

30th September 2014, Fife:

An information evening providing information about the dangers of Solvent Abuse.

April - September, Fife:

Accessed by an underground tunnel, the cave was used as a place of prayer over 900 years ago by Margaret, a Saxon princess who became Queen of Scotland when she married King Malcolm Canmore around 1070.

11th January - 30th September 2014, St Andrews:

"May they always flourish" explores graduation at St Andrews and brings together objects, paintings, costume and archives associated with the event from the last six centuries.

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