Music and a ‘wee walk’ to blow away festive cobwebs at Old Kirk in Kirkcaldy

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The countdown to Christmas and New Year is a busy time at the Old Kirk in Kirkcaldy with a number of festive events.

The historic venue hosts its popular ‘Carols and Cake’ event on Wednesday, December 20 at 2.30pm. It follows on from the ‘Tea & Tunes’ afternoon music events ands will feature some talented young singers. supported by Trust members and friends, with Christmas readings as well. A cuppa and cake will follow. Entry is free but donations are invited.

On Friday, December 22, "Rat Pack" singer Glenn Macnamara returns to his home town for another fun show of music and song in a "Swinging Christmas at the Old Kirk" at 7.30pm.

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Starting his performance life as a youngster in the Kirkcaldy Youth Music Theatre, Glenn has now a career that spans the ocean - literally, as he travels frequently between the United States and London. However, backed by the Eliot Murray Big Band, he is looking forward to his home show and says he can't wait to be back in Kirkcaldy. There are only a handful of tickets left via the Heritage Bar, High Street .

Glenn Macnamara will return to the Old Kirk in Kirkcaldy in December.Glenn Macnamara will return to the Old Kirk in Kirkcaldy in December.
Glenn Macnamara will return to the Old Kirk in Kirkcaldy in December.

Tired and jaded after all the preparations and celebration? Kirkcaldy Civic Society has the perfect answer for you on Tuesday, January 2 when it is offering a ‘Wee Walk’ to blow the cobwebs away, followed by a cup of tea or coffee and some festive goodies, with a fun illustrated quiz on finish off the afternoon. This is a free meeting with donations welcomed for the refreshments.

Kirkcaldy Music Society celebrates the New Year with an extra fundraising concert to help with scholarships for refugee Ukrainian musicians. Ivan Hovorun will give a piano recital on Wednesday, January 10 at 7.30pm, featuring Beethoven, Silvestrov, Liszt and Chopin. Entry is by donation.

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