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What’s on Dunfermline and West Fife

West Fife is linked to Edinburgh and the Lothians by the two Forth Bridges. While the coastline here is largely industrial, the area has been sensitively developed and there are many scenic and historical attractions to explore. Dunfermline was Scotland’s capital until 1603. Built on a hill, the town is dominated by the abbey and ruined palace at the top. You’ll find several seaside holiday centres here with excellent beaches, watersports, golf and sailing, and access to the Fife Coastal Path, a 50-mile, way-marked walking trail.

area highlights

28th October 2014, Fife:

Building on the enormous success of BABBLE comes TiNY, Replay’s new show for babies.

31st October 2014, Fife:

Greg Trooper is recognised on both sides of the Atlantic as one of the best on the circuit.

April - October, Kingdom of Fife:

Situated on Inchcolm Island in the Firth of Forth, the Abbey is one of the best-preserved group of monastic buildings in Scotland.

1st November 2014, Fife:

Zoe Muth has helped to turn her home town of Seattle, from the capital of grunge into a north-west heartland of purest Americana.

4th November 2014, Fife:

Starbird embraces storytelling, dance, song and puppetry to magical effect.

5th November 2014, Fife:

Comar presents a production from Mull Theatre, The Drawer Boy, by Michael Healey.

6th November 2014, Fife:

Jango Starr has mislaid the plot but knows where the heart is and will touch yours with his fumbling antics.

6th November 2014, Fife:

Don’t miss the fantastic Phiip Clouts Qurtet in concert.

7th November 2014, Fife:

Hailing from Norway, Sweden and the Shetland Islands respectively, the group contains three of the finest young fiddlers currently working in the folk music scene.

8th November 2014, Fife:

Described by some as the Canadian Billy Connelly, Craig never fails to impress with his high octane, charismatic performances and hilarious anecdotes.


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