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Adam Smith Theatre

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Bennochy Road, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 1ET
  • Box office 01592 583302
  • General enquiries 01592 583302
  • Opening times Box Office: Mon–Sat 10am–5.30pm (10am–7.30pm on performance nights). Closed Sun.
  • Food served Mon–Sat 10am–3pm; pre-theatre menu served on selected performance nights, 5–7.30pm.
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Ansell's Les Musicals

'ansell's Les Musicals' Live Concert Tour

A live musical concert tour.

Sat 18 Sep

£29.50

Balletlorent Present: The Lost Happy Endings

Balletlorent Present: The Lost Happy Endings

This event was originally due to take place on 15 & 16 May 2020 but has been rescheduled for 12 & 13 Feb 2021. If you had purchased a ticket for the original date, our Box Office will be in touch to discuss your options but please bear with us as we are dealing with a large number of enquiries. Thank you for your support and patience.

What happens when the Happy Endings are stolen? Follow Jub on her quest to save the fairytale Happy Endings.

Packed with spirit, adventure and glorious surprises, this fantasy family show will delight generations old and young.

An original story by Carol Ann Duffy retold as dance theatre for family. Narrated by Joanna Lumley.

Fri 12 Feb

£10 (£8; Children £8)

Sat 13 Feb

£10 (£8; Children £8)

Cinderella: Panto 2021

Cinderella: Panto 2021

TICKETS GO ON SALE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON MON 5 OCT 2020

Polish your pumpkins, dust off your gowns and grab your glass slippers as the Christmas 2021 pantomime Cinderella, is coming to the Adam Smith Theatre!

Join us at this magical family pantomime as Cinderella transforms from rags to riches, outwits her Wicked Stepsisters and with the help of her hilarious friend Buttons and her Fairy Godmother, wins the heart of the dashing Prince Charming. Featuring a fabulous cast, beautiful costumes and lots of traditional boos and hisses - this will be a special festive performance for all the family to enjoy.

Don't miss your chance to see Cinderella, the Fairy Godmother of all pantomimes!

Sat 4 Dec

£7–£19

Sun 5 Dec

£7–£19

Wed 8 Dec

£7–£19

Thu 9 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Fri 10 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Sat 11 Dec

£13–£25

Sun 12 Dec

£13–£25

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Tue 14 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Wed 15 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Thu 16 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Fri 17 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Sat 18 Dec

£13–£25

Sun 19 Dec

£13–£25

Tue 21 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Wed 22 Dec

£13–£25

Thu 23 Dec

£13–£25

Fri 24 Dec

£13–£25

Sun 26 Dec

£13–£25

Mon 27 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Tue 28 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

£8.50

Wed 29 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Thu 30 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Fri 31 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Sun 2 Jan

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Horse - The Same Sky 30th Anniversary

Horse: The Same Sky 30Th Anniversary Show

A glorious celebration of the 30 year anniversary of the classic album ‘The Same Sky'.

In March 1989, the first single, “You could be forgiven”, was released and it was so different from anything else at the time - thrilling first plays on Radio 1 - the track absolutely setting the bar - an incredibly unique Scottish voice and brilliant band. The first major UK tour followed and in 1990, tours across Europe, including opening for artists such as Tina Turner and BB King.

There are many great songs on this album but arguably the ultimate song from this album and possibly any of her albums, is “Careful”, a beautiful and timeless song.

This is a very special night which will inevitably conjure up treasured times from over the years for the entire audience. It's a rare evening, celebrating and playing the album in its entirety - the full band show - a set choc-full of the classic songs.

*“…the soul deep purr of Horse McDonald,” “owns one of the finest voices of modern times, soul and intelligence combined” Q mag

Sat 13 Mar

£19

James Yorkston Presents: Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer

James Yorkston Presents: Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer

This event was originally due to take place on 13 June 2020  but has been rescheduled for 13 Feb 2021. If you had purchased a ticket for the original date, our Box Office will be in touch to discuss your options but please bear with us as we are dealing with a large number of enquiries. Thank you for your support and patience.

Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer is a club night hosted and programmed by James Yorkston, and based at Adam Smith Theatre in Fife's Kirkcaldy. Bringing together larger names and new discoveries from the worlds of music and literature, Tae Sup has received three years of funding from Creative Scotland in its home base of Fife and now takes to the road from the first time, visiting Eden Court in Inverness, Mareel on Shetland and Peebles in The Boarders as well as returning to Kirkcaldy in June, Sept and December of 2020 with three different line-ups.

 

 

 

 

Sat 13 Feb

£15

Lady Boys of Bangkok: Flight of Fantasy Tour

Lady Boys of Bangkok: Flight of Fantasy Tour

A brand new show from the world renowned entertainment group.

Mon 2 Aug

£24 (£22)

Tue 3 Aug

£24 (£22)

Wed 4 Aug

£24 (£22)

Snow White: Panto 2020

Snow White: Panto 2020

This year’s pantomime at the Adam Smith Theatre is Snow White!

Following the hugely popular Jack & the Beanstalk last year, join us on this magical, traditional pantomime adventure where we meet a Wicked Queen, a handsome Prince and the fairest damsel of them all, Snow White!

On Thur 17 Dec at 7pm we weclome a British Sign Language Interpreter and on Tues 29th Dec at 11am, the lights will be turned up and the sound turned down, for our Relaxed Performance, suitable for those with additional support requirements.

We will be holding a VIP night for Snow White which will be held on Wed 9th December, this is an invitation night, and we will have limited seats available.

Please note: All discounts and concessions are subject to availability and are not available on Band C tickets.

Sat 5 Dec

£7–£19

Sun 6 Dec

£7–£19

Wed 9 Dec

£7–£19

Thu 10 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Fri 11 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Sat 12 Dec

£13–£25

Sun 13 Dec

£13–£25

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Tue 15 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Wed 16 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Thu 17 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Sat 19 Dec

£13–£25

Sun 20 Dec

£13–£25

Mon 21 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Tue 22 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Wed 23 Dec

£13–£25

Thu 24 Dec

£13–£25

Sat 26 Dec

£13–£25

Sun 27 Dec

£13–£25

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Mon 28 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Tue 29 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

£8.50

Wed 30 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Thu 31 Dec

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Sat 2 Jan

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

Sun 3 Jan

£13–£25 (£17.10–£22.50; Family £16.25–£21.25 each; Children £17.10–£22.50)

The Unremarkable Death Of Marilyn Monroe

This event has been postponed and we will update with a rescheduled date when confirmed. If you had purchased a ticket for the original date, our Box Office will be in touch to discuss your options but please bear with us as we are dealing with a large number of enquiries. Thank you for your support and patience.

DYAD PRODUCTIONS

From the award-winning creators of Austen's Women, I, Elizabeth, Orlando, Christmas Gothic, Jane Eyre: An Autobiography, and The Time Machine.

August 5th, 1962: Monroe as we've never seen her before: alone in her bedroom, in dressing gown and underwear; no glitz, no glamour, no masks. Overdosed on pills, the woman behind the icon unravels her remarkable life, taking us back through the memories of her closest relationships. Repeatedly stalked by a mysterious caller, the Hollywood icon tells all (Joe DiMaggio, Clark Gable, Arthur Miller, her mother – it's all here), revealing a biting intelligence and an imperfect body, leading us in real time to the very moment of her death.

Written and Directed by Elton Townend Jones (Dalloway, Orlando, Jane Eyre: An Autobiography, The Time Machine). Performed by Lizzie Wort (RSC's The Magician's Daughter, Animal Farm). Winner of the Three Weeks Editors Award.

  • ‘A simply stunning production' (Edinburgh Reporter)

  • 'Superlative' (Remotegoat)

  • 'Spellbinding' (The Carrick)

  • ‘Outstanding' (One4Review)

    ‘Startling, sensual, sarcastic…anything but unremarkable' (Three Weeks)

    ‘A fantastic performance… a great pr)oduction… an absolute must' (Broadway Baby)

    ‘Powerful and poetic… a dazzling performance' (Edinburgh Guide)

 

 

Sat 6 Feb

£18.50 (£16.50; Children £16.50)

Historic Victorian building with modern theatre and cinema space. Hosts performances from local and touring groups.

The Larder

Listed in The Larder – in the shops now or buy online.

This imposing Victorian building in the centre of Kirkcaldy has a long history as the heart of the town’s arts scene. First opened in 1899, it has hosted concerts, boxing matches, conferences and billeted soldiers during the First and Second World Wars. It now houses a modern 475-seat theatre space and is home to the Kirkcaldy Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Societies. The diverse programme of events includes comedy, dance, drama, music and children’s theatre from both local and national groups. The theatre space also functions as a cinema, showing current blockbuster, arthouse and classic films on its new digital screen. The café-bar serves hot drinks and home baking and offers pre-theatre meals and a bar service on show nights.

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