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Discover the building material brick and the traditional skill of making fired earth building materials. Do you have what it takes to become a brickmaker?
Hear the thunder of hooves and the clashing of lances in our annual jousting tournament. Watch as noble knights battle it out to be crowned champion.
Folksy Theatre Company bring to life the Bard's classic farce
Meet Robert the Bruce and James Douglas who was an important supporter of the Bruce during the Scottish Wars of Independence.
Aberdour Castle and Gardens
The Orchestra’s superb principal Cellist Philip Higham is soloist in Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations – a work that tips its hat to the eighteenth century, but is utterly Romantic at heart.
On the anniversary of the bombing of Duff House, hear the story and learn about the weapons and equipment used by a Scottish soldier stationed at the house.
Shakespeare's final play, is also believed by many to be his finest comedy, presented in Illyria's slick, physical and imaginative style.
Get ready to cheer on your favourite as the chivalric knights ready their noble steeds in this jousting tournament.
The Battle of Bannockburn was a turning point in the Scottish Wars of Independence. Meet Robert the Bruce and find out more about this famous battle.
Immerse yourself in the past as hundreds of performers tell Scotland's story. Visit the encampments and view dramatic re-enactments.
Learn about the tricks of the trade of the Scottish whisky smugglers.
Discover the traditional material of metal and the skills needed to work with it. Do you have what it takes to be a metal worker?