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Adam Smith Theatre Kirkcaldy

The Adam Smith Theatre provides a wide and diverse programme of entertainment including music, dance, film, drama, comedy and children’s theatre.  The Adam Smith Theatre opened in 1899 and was named after the famous economist, who was born in Kirkcaldy.

The Theatre facilities include:

* A 475-seat theatre, suitable for plays, children’s shows, opera, film, musicals, ballet, contemporary dance, comedy, lectures and music * Three function rooms for hire: the Beveridge Studio and a large and small function room

The auditorium and Beveridge Studio are on the first floor.

On the ground floor, a refreshment room is just off the foyer and underneath the main auditorium are two general purpose areas. These cover about 2,000 square feet and we use them for events such as exhibitions and receptions.

The outside of the building is the same as when first opened. Its imposing façade overlooks the Memorial Gardens.

Access from the railway station – exit from east (southbound) platform; walk one hundred metres through memorial garden ro rheatre.

Source: Theatre website

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