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Theatre Review: Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at Edinburgh Playhouse

I had been looking forward to seeing Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games ever since I saw the original show on DVD 20 years ago and I have to say it didn’t disappoint.

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The Tollbooth, Market Street, St Andrews, demolished c. 1860. part of the 2016 Lost Buildings of St Andrews exhibition at the St Andrews Preservation Trust Museum.
PLEASE CREDIT � St Andrews Preservation Trust AND PHOTOGRAPHER POSSIBLY JOHN ADAMSON

New photography competition launches in St Andrews

A new photography competition has been launched in St Andrews – and the winning pictures will be exhibited to an international audience this summer.

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A tasty treat is in store for the judges in the Buckhynd Pie Challenge.

Forget Bake Off – it’s the Great Buckhynd Pie Off

Forget Mary Berry and Paul Holywood – it’s going to be a battle of the butchers this weekend when three very local establishments go head-to-head to take the title of best steak pie.

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Lord of the Dance is celebrating 20 years since its debut. Pic: Brian Doherty.

Lord of the Dance returns to Scotland with new show

Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games is a spectacular new staging of the much-loved traditional masterpiece and the show is heading to Edinburgh this weekend.

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Anastacia's 2017 UK tour includes two Scottish dates  the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow on May 30 and the Usher Hall in Edinburgh on May 31.

Anastacia is bringing her new tour to Scotland this summer

American singer-songwriter Anastacia is embarking on a new chapter in her life.

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All pics by Fife Photo Agency

Perfect feast for Fife foodies at annual Kirkcaldy fair

Foodies across Fife are in for a treat this weekend as Kirkcaldy’s annual Food and Drink Fair makes a return.

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The best bits (and more) at Kirkcaldy Old Kirk recital

The best bits (and more) at Kirkcaldy Old Kirk recital

Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society (KOS), Fife’s community orchestra, returns to town for the next concert in its season of ‘Forty Favourites, The Best Bits and Hits’.

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Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy brings music to Adam Smith

Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy brings music to Adam Smith

The Kings Theatre are bringing three great acoustic acts to the Adam Smith Theatre this Saturday.

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Crail Food Festival is returning for a seventh year.

Crail Food Festival is returning for a seventh year

One of Scotland’s major food festivals makes a return for its seventh year with a host of local flavours, tastings, children’s activities and the opportunity to meet the makers and the now famous, Sunday Lunch at the Harbour.

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Evergreen Irish duo at home away from home

Evergreen Irish duo at home away from home

March and April 2017 sees the return to Scotland of perennial concert favourites Foster and Allen with the simultaneous release of “The Gold Collection”.

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Joe McElderry as Joseph

Joe’s wearing his coat of many colours in Fife

Singing sensation and X Factor favourite Joe McElderry will once again wear the world’s most famous coat as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat comes to Fife later this year.

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Noel & Gertie, dramatisation of the love affair between Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence, Theatre Royal Dumfries on March 16.

Love story set to be sell-out success in Dumfries

Tickets are selling fast for a musical comedy based on one of the most fascinating relationships in theatre history.

Theatre and Comedy
Dizzee Rascal has already performed at T in the Park. Pic: Greg Macvean.

Dizzee to play Electric Fields

Electric Fields, Scotland’s best small festival, are excited to announce Dizzee Rascal as the second headliner for this year’s festival.

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Gayle Telfer Stevens  and Louise McCarthy head abroad in their new stage show.

Don’t miss The Dolls on their brand new tour

The Dolls are embarking on a new 2017 tour which is already selling out at venues across Scotland.

Theatre and Comedy
Ian Rankin will celebrate 30 years of DI Rebus in Kirkcaldy  (Pic by Jane Barlow)

A Fife homecoming for Rebus and Rankin

Multi-award winning crime writer Ian Rankin makes a return to Fife next month with a special event marking his three decades as a writer.

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Space play at Society in Kirkcaldy on Sunday

What’s On in Fife

There’s plenty going on across the Kingdom over the next few weeks.

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Chicken breast stuffed with Stornoway black pudding and served with a creamy Glayva sauce, panko croquettes & seasonal vegetables.

Restaurant Review: Babas Bistro, High St, Kirkcaldy

Chicken can be a hard thing to get right, especially when you’ve stuffed it full of something else – something greedy types like myself can’t seem to get enough of.

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From left;Maram Ralmassire, Eleanor Livingstone, and Rachel Hazel.

Sheena Wellington adds shine to 20th StAnza festival

St Andrews comes alive this week as StAnza, Scotland’s international Poetry Festival, returns with another outstanding programme for its 20th festival.

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Castle Douglas Through Time new book by Mary Smith and Allan Devlin

Travelling back in time with pictures of Castle Douglas

A new book by Mary Smith and Allan Devlin shows, through a fascinating selection of photographs, how Castle Douglas has changed throughout time.

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