We’ve teamed up with our cultural colleagues from across the world to bring fantastic entertainment to the people of Fife. We’re sharing shows from the National Theatre, National Theatre of Scotland, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Met Opera and Cirque du Soleil, to name a few, and will continue to do so while live performance is restricted.
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Even from a distance, the power of film can bring us together. Join the OnFife Film Club group, vote to pick which movie we watch together each month, grab some popcorn and we’ll all have a good blether after the show.
Frances Poet’s bittersweet play about the impace of asbestosis on a Glasgow family toured to communities across Scotland last year to critical and audience acclaim. Now, They’re reunited the original cast and creative team, and joined forces with Solus Productions to create a digital theatre experience for you to enjoy at home. Watch along with them, wherever you are, as they relive this big-hearted story of love, laughter and the untold legacy of Glasgow’s shipyards.
Have some fun and save your sanity with #WeeInspirations
Starcatchers have created amazing theatre experiences for Fife’s little ones and that’s no different during lockdown. Every week, they’re sharing fun, creative ideas to engage little ones at home without a lot of kit, stress, nor pressure to ‘achieve’ anything. This week you can make a ‘Story Map’: Wee Inspirations – fun, creative ideas to engage little ones at home.
Lochgelly Centre are shining a spotlight on local groups and performers every Sunday, sharing insights into their work and clips of their productions while they cannot be performing in our venues. So far they have showcased 20 groups; the latest was the Fife Youth Jazz Orchstra. Follow Lochgelly Centre on Facebook (here) to watch some of the fantastic local companies that we are missing hosting in our venues so very much!