Students rehearse a Midsummer Night’s Dream

Young actors are pictured running through the final scenes of a Midsummer Night's Dream ahead of the production in the Arts Centre, founded by the University of St Andrews in 1977. Before moving from North Street to the Town Hall to become the Fife Contemporary Arts Centre in July 2006, a student theatre company caused controversy when they staged a performance of Terence McNally's Corpus Christi play in its 66-seat theatre. Please email old photographs for inclusion to jpressfifearchive@gmail.com
Young actors are pictured running through the final scenes of a Midsummer Night's Dream ahead of the production in the Arts Centre, founded by the University of St Andrews in 1977. Before moving from North Street to the Town Hall to become the Fife Contemporary Arts Centre in July 2006, a student theatre company caused controversy when they staged a performance of Terence McNally's Corpus Christi play in its 66-seat theatre. Please email old photographs for inclusion to jpressfifearchive@gmail.com
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Young actors are pictured running through the final scenes of a Midsummer Night’s Dream ahead of the production in the Arts Centre, founded by the University of St Andrews in 1977.

Before moving from North Street to the Town Hall to become the Fife Contemporary Arts Centre in July 2006, a student theatre company caused controversy when they staged a performance of Terence McNally’s Corpus Christi play in its 66-seat theatre.

Please email old photographs for inclusion to jpressfifearchive@gmail.com