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The Bruce Festival 2011 - Event Details

The Bruce Festival Line Up


The line up this year includes a number of striking new additions that will bring the Bruce story to life in dramatic style, confirming the Dunfermline event as the focal point for the celebration of one of Scotland’s greatest heroes.

A Legendary Walk Through Time

Enjoy this fabulous theatrical tour of Dunfermline’s Glen where the legends and characters of medieval Scotland come alive to tell their dramatic story, guided by the ghost of Bruce himself. Performed by Living History.

Starting Point: Abbot House

Performances: Friday & Saturday August 26th - 27th

Tour 1: 8.00pm - 8.45pm

Tour 2: 9.00pm - 9.45pm

Tickets: £8.75 adult, £6.55 concession & £4.40 children

**Only 150 tickets available per tour

A Medieval Banquet

Indulge in a memorable celebration of Dunfermline’s Kings and Queens and their enjoyment of the finest Fife fayre. You’ll relish a feast of the best in local food, hearty ale and claret, hosted by Christopher Trotter with the Fife Diet and Slow Food.

Ticket Price: £55.00 per person or £90 per couple

Location: Pittencrieff Park (Marquee), Saturday 27th August, Starts approx 8pm

Equestrian Fairytale

Once upon a time a beautiful medieval princess was captured by an evil witch. The handsome prince, son of King Robert the Bruce, was sent to rescue her on horseback…
Marvel at this amazing theatrical fairytale as stunt riders, their horses and principal characters perform a medieval horseback cabaret that will captivate young and old alike.

Tickets: £16.50 family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) £8.75 adults, £6.55 concession, £4.40 child

Location: Pittencrieff Park, Saturday 27th August, Starts approx 6.30pm

Abbey Concerts

Dunfermline’s historic Abbey is an awe inspiring setting for an evening of traditional Scottish music and song provided by Glasgow Academy Musical Theatre Arts

Tickets: £16.50 per family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £8.75 per adult, £6.55 per concession and £4.40 per child.

Location: Dunfermline Abbey, Friday & Saturday 26th & 27th August @ 6:30pm


Come and join us to jig and reel the night away with Edinburgh based Ceilidh band Iron Broo. Make sure you have your dancing shoes on as they have a reputation as one of the liveliest bands on the traditional Scottish music scene. It will be a perfect end to a weekend packed full of fun and activities

Ticket price: £16.50 per person or £27 per couple

Location:Pittencrieff Park, Sunday 28th August @ 7:30pm

Medieval Village

Step back in time and experience the entertainment, crafts, cuisine and hustle and bustle of life as it would have been in the 14th Century. The world of medieval Scotland will spring to life with a thrilling equestrian show, arts and crafts, battle re-enactments, music, story telling workshops and a food village bursting with the finest local produce.

Free Event

Pittencrieff Park, Saturday & Sunday 27th & 28th August @ 12pm-4pm each day

Bruce Festival Lectures

A warm welcome to Scotland's Ancient Capital

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First Scottish Group First Scottish Group

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