Arts & Culture
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Arts and culture in your area
Find out where your nearest arts and cultural venues are in Edinburgh, Fife and the East of Scotland.
Here are the main cultural hotspots for Edinburgh, East and Fife whether you fancy treading the boards in St Andrews, browsing some Scottish art in Kirkcaldy or taking in some music in Musselburgh...
Theatre in your area
Brunton Theatre in Musselburgh encourages local theatre, dance and music groups to work in partnership with theatre staff in developing the local arts scene. Brunton Youth Theatre and East Lothian Dance Theatre are both actively involved in productions at the Musselburgh based theatre.
Museums and galleries in your area
There's something for everyone, from fine art to fishing in the museums and galleries of Edinburgh, East and Fife.
Scotland's industrial and rural heritage can be explored in a variety of venues from Cousland Smiddy in Dalkeith to the Fife Folk Museum and the Prestongrange Industrial Heritage Museum. The historical theme widens and continues at venues such as the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh and the 'Pink Hoose' of the Abbot House Heritage centre in Dunfermline. Visitors to Pittencrief House can even go back to the time when dinosaurs roamed the land.
Art lovers are spoiled for choice in the capital with the National Gallery of Scotland and Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art to visit. Beyond Edinburgh, art is represented in venues such as the Fife Contemporary Art and Craft museum or the Kirkcaldy Museum and Gallery which holds a superb collection of 19th and 20th century Scottish paintings.
How about exploring the history of golf at the British Golf Museum in St Andrews or visiting the National Museum of Flight in East Lothian?
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last updated: 13/03/2009 at 12:43