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What's On in East FIfe Mail area

EXHIBITIONS

Ongoing

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints by local artist Roy McCallum at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes. Runs until September 29.

> CONCERTS

AND MUSIC

Today (Wednesday)

Tiny Tin Lady play the Inn at Lathones, Largoward.

Tomorrow (Thursday)

Crail Folk Club returns to its 'spiritual home' after the summer break with a Singers' Night at the Golf Hotel, High Street, Crail.

Live jazz at the Byre Bar and Bistro, St Andrews.

Newburgh Accordion and Fiddle Club meets in the Ship Hotel, Newburgh. Every Thursday until October 30.

Friday, September 26

Grace Black is holding a charity concert in aid of Cancer Research UK at Dunnikier House Hotel, Kirkcaldy, 7 p.m. To book tickets telephone: 01592 750625.

Michael McGoldrick and Friends play the Byre Theatre, St Andrews.

Rock blues guitarist Paul Rose at the Inn at Lathones, Largoward.

Talented young musicians are given a 'Platform to Perform' modern acoustic and amplified music at the Byre Bar and Bistro, St Andrews.

An evening of music with 'Lime Light' in Falkland Church, Falkland.

'Magic - a Kind of ELO' at the Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline.

Saturday, September 27

Tribute band MacFloyd pay homage to Pink Floyd at the Byre Theatre, St Andrews.

Dance to Second Nature at St Andrews United Social Club.

Michael McGoldrick, John Doyle and John Joe Kelly perform at the Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline.

Monday, September 29

An acoustic evening with Maggie Bell and Dave Kelly at the Inn at Lathones, St Andrews.

Wednesday, October 1

Voice Box Ceilidh Band performs in the Dickson Hall, Tayport.

Thursday, October 2

Live jazz at the Byre Bar and Bistro, St Andrews.

Friday, October 3

Talented young musicians are given a 'Platform to Perform' modern acoustic and amplified music at the Byre Bar and Bistro, St Andrews.

Saturday, October 11

Singer/songwriter Billy Mitchell plays the Inn at Lathones, Largoward.

> THEATRE

Tomorrow (Thursday), September 25

Kirkcaldy Amateur Dramatic Society presents 'Paras Over The Barras' at the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy. Runs until Saturday.

'West End to Broadway', a fund-raising evening of songs from the musicals at the Lochgelly Centre.

Saturday September 27

Ray Bradbury's 'Something Wicked This Way Comes' at the Byre Theatre, St Andrews.

Tuesday, September 30

Glenrothes Amateur Musical Association present Cole Porter's 'Anything Goes' at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes. Runs until Saturday.

Thursday, October 2

The intriguing new play 'Offshore' at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

The ingenious and moving play 'Shakespeare's R&J' on stage at the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy. Also on Friday.

Friday, October 3

A new production of the once-banned play 'La Ronde' at the Byre Theatre, St Andrews. Contains scenes of an adult nature.

Saturday, October 4

A new adaptation of Charles Dickens' 'Oliver Twist' at the Byre Theatre, St Andrews.

The Singing Kettle presents a singalong voyage to 'Pirate Island' at the Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline.

Saturday, October 11

An irreverent romp through the swinging 60s in 'The Ultimate 60s Show' at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

> OTHER

ATTRACTIONS

Today (Wednesday)

Largo Bay Art Society meet in the Montrave Hall, Lundin Links at 7.30 p.m. Tonight will be tuition in experimental drawing with Shirley James.

Fife Career and Jobsfair, in association with Kingdom FM, is held at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

Tomorrow (Thursday)

Fun ceilidh dancing with live music at Kennoway Primary and Community School, 7.30 p.m. For more information contact 01334 659352.

Friday, September 26

Couture for You, a glamorous fund-raising event in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust Scotland, at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

Saturday, September 27

'The amazing truth about the real psychic world', an informal evening with author and president of the Edinburgh Society for Psychical Research, Archibald A. Lawrie, in Springfield Village Hall.

Byre Comedy Collective in the company of local comedian Harry Gooch in the Byre Bar and Bistro, St Andrews.

Cupar and District Model Railway Club holds its 17th annual exhibition in the Corn Exchange, Cupar. Also on Sunday.

Sunday, September 28

Comedian Jeremy Hardy on stage at the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy.

Tuesday, September 30

Pam Ayres on stage at the Lochgelly Theatre.

Thursday, October 2

Comedian Janey Godley with her new show 'Domestic Godley!' at the Byre Theatre, St Andrews.

Friday, October 3

Beer Festival at Glen Pavilion, Dunfermline, also Saturday.

Saturday, October 4

Cupar Art Club holds its annual exhibition in the Corn Exchange, Cupar. Runs until October 11.

Byre Comedy Collective in the company of local comedian Harry Gooch in the Byre Bar and Bistro, St Andrews.

The 63rd Fife Open Brass Band Contest is held at the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy.

Wednesday, October 8

Inventive story-telling in 'One Giant Leap' at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

Thursday, October 9

Jim Davidson in 'The Devil Rides Again - Live!' at Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

Friday, October 10

Cupar Arts Festival begins. Runs until October 26.

An introductory theta healing workshop is being held by Robyn Tucker at the Craw's Nest Hotel, Anstruther, also Sunday. More details from Liz Carnie on 01333 330317.

 
 
 

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