What’s on

Armed Man at the Abbey

As part of their commemoration of the Armistice Centenary, the Abbey Choristers, with Guest Soloist Frances McCafferty, our Honorary President, are performing The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins at Dunfermline Abbey at 4.00pm on Saturday 10 November. More details by clicking the image.

EDGAS Superstars

Our friends in Edinburgh G&S are very excited to be performing this original Rock Opera,  and hope you will join in this experience with them. The show is full of familiar songs, such as ‘I Don’t How to Love Him’, ‘Hosanna’, Everything’s Alright’ and of course the title song, ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’. Based on events from the final seven days before Christ’s Crucifixion it explores the relationship between Judas, Jesus and Mary Magdalene.

Head for the Churchill Theatre in Edinburgh for 7:30pm on 23–27 October 2018, or the 2:30pm matinée on 27 October. Tickets can be purchased through members, or by following the link to Ticketsource.

Music on Sundays

After a stunning guitar duo start to the season last Sunday, the Dunfermline Arts Guild 2018–19 series of chamber music concerts – “Music on Sundays” – follows a more traditional path on 11 November 2018, when the Roxburgh String Quartet will be playing works by Haydn, Borodin and Ravel at 7.30pm in Carnegie Hall Studio.

Ask Jean Kennedy or Martin Tarr for a personal recommendation – you can’t beat live music, and it’s great value at £11 a concert, or £45 for the season ticket that buys you the remaining five concerts! Details about the other Sunday evening concerts, which take place at Carnegie through to March, are in the linked brochure – there’s a wealth of musical talent, in a variety of ensembles and styles to suit everyone.

Next appearance

Sorcerer 2019

Save the date – we’ll be on stage at Carnegie from 21–23 February 2019 with our production of The Sorcerer.

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