Lochgelly Centre is currently being used as a COVID-19 community vaccination centre.. Lily’s Cafe remains closed.
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Please keep checking back for updates and once again we thank you for your continued support during these difficult times.
When we made the decision to postpone last year, we did so fully expecting the uncertainty about indoor performances to have ended by spring. However, as this pandemic has shown us many times, there are factors that we can’t control. This is why we are planning for September but reviewing this again in June in line with Scottish Government guidance and its impact on capacity.
There is still lots going ON! For our Summer programme, alongside ShineOn Digital, we will be working with Fife Council, Fife Sports & Leisure and Fife Coast and Countryside to deliver a fun packed package of activities and experiences. More details coming soon.
Our Autumn Season focus from September will be ‘local’ – with a planned local return, by locals, for locals and with locals – and we are going to be working closely with all our amateur companies, who have been hit so badly during the pandemic, to try to achieve this.
Since lockdown began in March 2020, our Box Office team has been undertaking an enormous customer engagement programme which has seen us contact thousands of ticket-holders. As we move to reschedule the programme further, we would ask that you please bear with us while we get in touch by the dates of shows. If you are a customer whose event had already been rescheduled to before the end of the year we will be contacting you again to discuss options including credits, donations and refunds.
We can’t say enough how much we genuinely appreciate your continued support as we work through this difficult time together.
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Lochgelly Centre is a bright, modern and attractive community space, combining a 412-seat theatre, studio theatre, art studios and meeting and practice rooms.
The centre officially reopened in February 2012, following a £2.5 million investment by Fife Council. A new glass-fronted extension houses a modern library and reception area and local offices services.