Happy New Year from Largo House, East Fife, Scotland
Welcome to What’s on in our area this January. Traditionally the main attractions ‘Go dark’ in January which gives us a great opportunity to explore some new activities. We’re constantly looking to introduce you to new venues and different experiences. Even if an event isn’t to your immediate taste why not give it a try. There are so many little gems in this location. Have fun!
I’ve given a web link in most cases. Please check before you go. As with all exploring, some of our ‘What’s on’ suggestions will be brilliant, some will give you completely new experiences, and others may be a disappointment. I’m putting this list together based on what I think looks interesting.
Craig Hill – Bottoms Up!
4th Jan 2020 Byre Theatre – http://bit.ly/2t608WU
If you’re a gin, he’s a tonic! Join Craig as he pops his cork to toast his 20th solo show – this is one fun mixer that will keep you fizzy all the way to the bottom! Fresh from making his solo debut on New York’s off-Broadway, Craig’s in the pink this year, channelling his best Bertie Bassett, turning 50 shades of gay, and proving it takes Allsorts to make the world go round in his bubbly, fun new show. Cheers!
Renowned all over the world for his cheeky, irreverent and high-octane performances, Craig’s tours are firmly established as one of the best nights out around. His razor sharp wit and unsurpassed audience rapport provide the perfect blend for a brilliant night of pure, unadulterated comedy – we are delighted to welcome him back to The Byre Theatre!
‘Flat-out hilarious… I’ve not heard a room laugh so long and hard… There isn’t anyone better at working a crowd… the audience was in absolute paroxysms of laughter… Genuinely funny’ ★★★★★ – Mirror
Long Distance Walkers Association
Sat 11th Jan 2020 Loch Ore and Benarty Hill – http://bit.ly/36z7gd3
Group Walk – 16ml. 09.00 Loch Ore Meadows c.p. 600yds down drive (signed Lochore Meadows Country Park) from mini-rbdt on B920 at S end of Crossbill village. Paths and tracks includes the ascent of Benarty Hill.
Archery Beginners Course
13th January Windmill Community Campus Kirkcaldy – http://bit.ly/2E8zGOz
Could you see yourself as a Katniss Everdeen, Merida, or Legolas? Perhaps you have aspirations to be an Olympian or just looking for an inclusive sport.
Hurry! Only 12 spaces (4 for Juniors, 8 for adults). Minimum age 12.
This will be a 5 week course and will run on consecutive Monday evenings from 7:15pm until 8:45pm. All our courses follow the guidelines as laid down by Archery GB.
All the necessary safety and shooting equipment needed for the course is provided for you, though we do ask that you wear footwear with flat soles, tie back long hair and avoid loose clothing. Before booking this course, please make sure you read and agree to our Terms and conditions.
Anster Nicht: My Life and Loaves
16th January Dreels Hall , Anstruther – http://bit.ly/2LPaBwt
Andrew Whitley started the organic Village Bakery in Cumbria in the ’70s and is founder of Bread Matters Ltd. He wrote the seminal Bread Matters and the best-selling Do Sourdough. He has an MSc in Food Policy from City University London and is credited with ‘changing the way we think about bread’ (BBC Food & Farming Awards). He is now chair of Scotland The Bread, an action research and training charity that grows and mills diverse, nutrient dense cereals in the East Neuk with the aim of creating a healthy, fair and sustainable grain and bread supply. Andrew will take us on his life’s journey with bread. His fascination with Russian language and literature led to life as an artisan baker, organic grower, campaigner for real bread and champion of diversity against monocultures of minds and grains.
Professor Roger Crofts: The World’s Special Natural Places
20th January. School of Midwifery, University of Dundee , Fife Campus, Kirkcaldy – http://bit.ly/38yoRDG
Based on research visits to national parks and nature reserves in 30 countries, RSGS Chairman Roger Crofts gives an illustrated tour of these special places, why they exist, and how they are looked after. He takes stock of the big issues – wildlife crime, deforestation, too many tourists – and how to address them, and considers whether we are winning the battle to protect and preserve these vital assets.
Tickets are on sale via Eventbrite; RSGS members and students are entitled to free entry on the door – all subject to availability.
The Twilight Tease Burlesque Revue
25th Jan Adam Smith Theatre – http://bit.ly/2EcJs2d
Before you dismiss Burlesque as ‘not for you’ this is a truly entertaining form of cabaret theatre. The Twilight Tease Burlesque Revue is back with a fresh line-up of the biggest stars from across the burlesque universe. This show is brimming with glitz, glam, laughs, tassels and tricks. There’s something for everyone and no two shows are ever the same. This edition features star of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Kath Morgan-Thompson. Come join the fun!
The Legends of American Country
30th January Rothes Hall – http://bit.ly/2PQskoH
Now seen by over 30,000 fans, direct from Ireland, Europe’s No 1 Hot County TVs award winning Country music show, “The Legends of American Country” returns for another fantastic night of toe tapping Country classes.
The 2020 tour will showcase highly acclaimed tributes to Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Don Williams, Patsy Cline and Kenny Rogers and 5 brand new tributes to icons – Hank Williams, Charley Pride, Glen Campbell, Tammy Wynette and Jim Reeves as well as countless other well known hit songs in this must see extravaganza.
The show features 4 fantastic singers who are all backed by the superb award winning live band and coupled with an authentic stage set that will transport you all the way, hand clapping an toe tapping to Nashville and back. One things for sure, if you like country music this is the only show in town!
Over 2,0000 5 star reviews!