Our Twenty-fourth free event, This Ain’t no Tribute, was held on Tuesday 19 January 2016 in the Woodside Hotel in Aberdour. Superb performances were given by Cassie Kennedy, Dickson Telfer, and Don Deveney. The Sairbanes played their wonderful music for us.
Cassie Kennedy reads eloquently from her new novel
Cassie introduced us to some of her novel’s characters
Dickson Telfer’s story sucked us in
Don Deveney’s stories brings a chuckle from Alex
The Sairbanes produced their usual brilliant music and songs
Our Twenty-fifth free event, Fife Writes Story Box, was held on Thursday 18 February 2016 in the Cupcake Coffee Box in Kirkcaldy. Amazing performances were given by Heather Dickson, Maureen Sangster, Graham King, Robin Smith, Tom McGrath and Tom Hubbard. Lilian Brzoska Kennedy played and sang mezmerizing music for us.
Heather’s Dr Jekyll monologue was definitely scary
Maureen’s story about a Reverend was a mini “Mama Mia”
Graham’s poem captured us
This is the first time that Tom McGrath has performed for us
Tom Hubbard’s stories and poems were outstanding
Lilian kept hitting the harp player and he produced a mesmerizing beat
Our Twenty-sixth free event, a Workshop on Presentation Skills for Readers and Performers was held Sunday 20 March in The Woodside Hotel in Aberdour. The group listened intently as Lilian, David and George delivered the Workshop as a team.
The Workshop Group
Our Twenty-seventh free event, Fife Writes Story Box 2, was held on Thursday 21 April 2016 in the Cupcake Coffee Box in Kirkcaldy. Amazing performances were given by Linda Menzies, Sheila McLean, Megan Crosbie, Steve Seiwright, Tom McGrath, Heather Dickson, Cassie Kennedy, Sheila Kinninmonth and David Cruikshanks. Lilian Brzoska Kennedy sang and Jock Lamb sang and played his unique music for us.
Linda Menzies read stories and poems with flair from her books
Sheila McLean read stories and poems, as yet unpublished, with emotion
Megan Crosbie, a new member, read her new and interesting stories
Steve Seivwright, also a new member, read a fascinating story he had written only 2 hours previously
David Cruikshank did a superb stand-up comedy performance
Jock Lamb’s singing and music were amazing
Our Twenty-eighth free event, Woodside Words, was held on Thursday 26 May 2016 in the Woodside Hotel in Aberdour. Amazing performances were given by Ian Nimmo White, Christina Banach and Steve Seivwright. Willie and David Hershaw sang and played their wonderful music for us.
Ian Nimmo White tells his story with a flourish
Christina Banach reads from her new novel
Steve Seivwright reads his poems written at the event
Willie and David Hershaw sing and play their wonderfull music
Our Twenty-ninth free event, Pireavie Words, was held on Thursday 16 June 2016 in Pireavie Golf Club in Dunfermline. Terrific performances were given by Dickson Telfer, George Sinclair and Robin Smith. Konrad – Carolyn Konrad, Davy MacFarlane and Will – sang and played superb music for us.
Dickson’s story was alive and colourful
The bad guys in George’s novel were really bad guys
Robin’s character did not like being photographed
Konrad’s songs were from the heart
Our Thirtieth free event, Summer Celebration, was held on Thursday 7 July 2016 in The Woodside Hotel in Aberdour. Amazing performances were given by David Cruickshanks, Steve Seivewright, Maggie Mackay, Mark Urban and Dominic McCarthy. Maria and Keira sang and played magically for us.
David read with feeling from his story
Steve’s poems were full of surprises
Maggie’s poems were heartfelt
Mark’s music and songs were unique
Dominic’s poetry had soul
Our Thirty First free event, Fife Writes Story Box 3, was held on Thursday 22 September 2016 in The Cupcake Coffee Box in Kirkcaldy. Superb performances were given by Ian Nimmo White, Cassie Kennedy, Sheila McLean and Caren Gilbert. Dominic McCarthy sang and played his keyboard for us with an outstanding touch.
Ian read several poems and a story with passion
Cassie gives us the highlights of her new story
Sheila reads some new poems from the heart
Dominic’s serious and funny songs were delivered with his magic touch
Our Thirty Second free event, Fife Writes Bruery, was held on Thursday 20 October 2016 in The Bruery in Dunfermline. Top notch performances were given by Moira McPartlin, Kevin Cadwallender, Lilian Brzoska Kennedy and Milton Balgonie. Revival Blues sang and played their style of blues music with a magic touch.
Moira’s stories came alive
Kevin’s poetry and jokes were better than TV performers
Lilian’s peoms and stories came alive
we initially thought that Milton was someone else
Revival Blues sang and played their heart’s out
Our Thirty Third free event, Fife Writes Woodside, was held on Thursday 17 November 2016 in the Woodside Hotel in Aberdour. Class performances were given by Brian Johnstone and Carrie Todd. Willie and David Hershaw sang and played their style of captivating music.
Brian’s poems held us spellbound
Carrie’s story of dragons sucked us into another world
Willie and David’s singing and music were amazing