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The legendary ‘Man In Black’ is set to grace the walls of a Fife theatre

The portraits of one of the world’s most iconic and biggest music stars are to grace the walls of a Kirkcaldy theatre for the next month.

Arts
Scottish Maritime Museum art curator Fiona Carmichael. (Picture:  Martin Shields )

Appeal launched to find maritime artworks

Do you have a work of art tucked away that reflects Scotland’s maritime heritage?

Arts
Brodie Willliam (27), originally from Cupar, is bidding to become MasterChef 2017.

MasterChef’s Cupar cook through to next round

A budding Cupar chef cruised through to the next round of 2017 MasterChef last night.

TV and Film
American comedian Reginald D Hunter is returning to the UK with his highly anticipated brand new show and he will perform at the Alhambra in Dunfermline.

American comedian coming to Fife with new show

American comedian Reginald D Hunter is returning to the UK in 2017 with his highly anticipated brand new show following a hugely successful year performing across Europe.

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Quiz: Can you tell the difference between Scotland and England?

Quiz: Can you tell the difference between Scotland and England?

Across the UK, you will find spectacular scenery, quaint villages, dazzling architecture and bustling cities.

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Brodie Willliam (27), originally from Cupar, is bidding to become MasterChef 2017.

Pressure on MasterChef’s Cupar cook

A budding Cupar cook will find out whether he has the right ingredients to win MasterChef this week.

TV and Film
Beverley Knight is going on tour this summer

Beverley Knight is bringing some Memphis soul to Scotland ...

Following the release of her latest Top 10 album last year singer, songwriter and actress Beverley Knight is embarking on a new UK tour for summer 2017.

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Nichola Martin is one of the artists involved in Open Studios.

Art festival offers behind the scenes experience

An art festival that gives the public behind the scenes access to artists and creators in north Fife is to begin next week.

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Sheridan Smith is outstanding as Broadway star Fanny Brice

Theatre Review: Funny Girl at the Edinburgh Playhouse

If there is one theatre show that you have to go and see I would heartily recommend this one.

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The Elephant House, Edinburgh

REVIEW: JK Rowling’s old haunt has lost a little bit of magic

People from all over the world come to pay homage to JK Rowling at The Elephant House because it claims to be the “birthplace of Harry Potter”.

Eating Out
Cupar Choral Society are tuning up for what promises to be an exciting Spring Concert.

Choir serving up a musical feast

Cupar Choral Society is preparing a feast for music lovers with a spring concert on April 22.

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Julie Lewis of The Adamson in St Andrews celebrated the bar's  second birthday with 'Old Tom Morris (aka David Joy)' and a new cocktail names after the famous golfer..

St Andrews bar toasts old Tom Morris

St Andrews bar, The Adamson, has launched a new cocktail inspired by one of the world’s most famous golfers.

Eating Out
Finlay Welsh and Nigel Hastings in And Then Come the Nightjars. Photograph by Steve Barber

Review: A touching tale of friendship told with tragedy and humour

It’s surprising how the simplest of settings can provide the perfect backdrop to a story.

Lifestyle
Alan Davies will perform at the Carnegie on April 14.

Interview: Alan Davies relishing Fife gig

For fans of a newer generation, Alan Davies is the comedian off the TV.

Theatre and Comedy
Leo Sayer is performing at two Scottish venues next month.

Music legend Leo Sayer heading to Scotland

Grammy award winning British music legend, Leo Sayer, is heading to Scotland next month as part of his new UK tour.

News
Work is fun ... Aase Goldsmith.

Capturing Aase’s work in new photograph exhibition in Fife

Her fascination with Nordic myths and legends began as a young girl when Aase Goldsmith’s Norwegian aunt made her a book illustrating a children’s poem about trolls.

Arts
Buster Bloodvessel of  Bad Manners

Gosh! Bad Manners are back in Fife

Ska legend Bad Manners are heading back to Fife.

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Scottish recording artist Darius Campbell leads the cast of Funny Girl. Credit: Johan Persson.

West End show Funny Girl heads to Scotland

Funny Girl is one of those musicals which has stood the test of time and is still proving to be popular more than 50 years after it first opened on Broadway.

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Illegal Eagles take it to the limit at the Alhambra

Illegal Eagles take it to the limit at the Alhambra

Often acclaimed as the World’s Official No.1 Eagles tribute, The Illegal Eagles are coming to Fife as they celebrate 20 years of UK and international touring.

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The Gildas Quartet are fast establishing themselves as one of the most exciting young ensembles to emerge in recent years

Two quartets to perform at Kirkcaldy concert

Kirkcaldy Music Society will provide a rare opportunity to hear Mendelssohn’s glorious OCTET on Wednesday (April 5) in the Old Kirk, with return visits to KMS from the Aurea and Gildas String Quartets.

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