East Neuk Festival
is held in June/July and features 10 days of music, literature, art and family events as part of Homecoming Scotland 2014.
takes place in July in Dunfermline to celebrate the ancient capital of Scotland, birthplace of Kings and Queens and the final resting place of King Robert the Bruce. The festival is a journey through time with a range of medieval events and entertainment including dramatic re-enactments, street theatre and traditional storytelling, music, drama and Highland Games.
held in July features a diverse programme of events, including live music, dram, workshops, a street market, children’s activities and an ever popular art exhibition.
Edinburgh International Festival
takes place throughout most of August and features top class performers from around the world in music, dance, theatre and opera, comedy and street events.
The Forth Bridges Festival
is a local, national and international festival celebrating the unique and distinct landscape of the Forth Road and Rail Bridges. 2015 marks the 125th birthday of one of the world’s engineering marvels – The Forth Bridge.
Pittenweem Arts Festival
Held over nine days in August, the event features over 100 exhibitions in galleries, homes, studios and public venues. Artists and craft makers meet visitors, sell their work and deliver a programme of talks and workshops.
Fife International Carnival
takes place in Kirkcaldy in July. The event attracts artists and performers from home and abroad.
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