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In South West Scotland we like to have fun. And why not? We want you to feel good about, well, everything. So, whether it is high art or walking, food or jazz or books or kids or country and western or poetry or sailing or singing or Robert Burns or biking or running or rallying or mining or weaving or gardening or cycling or tree-felling or baking or growing or dancing or star-gazing or bird watching … there’s always something fun to do for everyone of any age.

  • The Fullarton


    The Fullarton is a producing / receiving venue staffed entirely by volunteers. It was formerly known as the Lochside Theatre, Castle Douglas. The two hundred seat auditorium is professionally equipped and provides facilities suitable for …

     
  • Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre


    A diverse range of films including foreign language films, low-budget independent films, documentaries, animation and short films. The Film Theatre is fully wheelchair accessible, with a disabled toilet. If you have any mobility needs or questions …

     
  • Newton Stewart Cinema


    The Cinema - Newton Stewart The Cinema is a Community resource and is run by a voluntary Board of Directors on a not for profit basis and relies on audience support for all our events. We are …

     
  • The Pub


    THE PUB   Cold Beer, Hot Food, Live Music   Food Service Mondays :                      2pm   - 7.30pm               Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri :  12.00pm   -   2.30pm  …

     
  • Lonsdale Cinema Annan


    This up to date twin screen cinema features stadium seating, air-conditioning, Dolby Stereo SR sound systems, full disabled facilities and free car parking. The cinemas are open every evening, with afternoon screenings at weekends and during …

     
  • A’ The Airts


      A’ The Airts in the Royal Burgh of Sanquhar is a Community Arts and Crafts centre nestled in the heart of Upper Nithsdale, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. Our fully accessible building is a hub where individuals can meet …

     
  • The Swallow Theatre


    The Swallow Theatre

    Scotland's smallest theatre. This 'little gem' of a venue offers an intimate setting for professional theatre, live music, spoken word, comedy and other events. The rural 48-seat auditorium is situated in the beautiful Galloway countryside 3 from …

     
  • Odeon Cinema Dumfries


    Films showing, showtimes, location information and ticket prices on website. ODEON Dumfries is situated on an intersection of Shakespeare Street and English Street.

     
  • Theatre Royal Dumfries


    Theatre Royal Dumfries Scotland’s Oldest Theatre, established 1792. Historically modern. The oldest theatre in Scotland, the Theatre Royal is in the heart of Dumfries and first opened its doors in 1792. It has strong associations with the …

     
  • Easterbrook Hall


    Full of grandeur with a historic soul, the Easterbrook Hall and Crichton Memorial Church is a hidden treasure situated on the 100 acres Crichton Estate in Dumfries, South West Scotland. The red sandstone buildings on the …

     
  • Criffel Coaches


      Welcome to Criffel Coaches.  At Criffel Coaches our aim is to provide high quality mini coach travel at affordable prices without compromising on safety. We are a small, family run, concern, operating quality 16 seat Mercedes …

     
  • Easterbrook LIVE


    Easterbrook Live is the new side to Easterbrook Hall, one of the largest venues in Dumfries is now bringing all genres of live events, acts and performances to south west Scotland. Easterbrook Live have the …

     
  • Dumfries Theatre Royal


    The oldest working Theatre in Scotland. The Theatre Royal was built in 1792 and has been in use for most of this time as either a Theatre or a Cinema. The Guild of Players are dedicated …

     
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