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Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall is a beautiful 1930s art deco theatre in the heart of Dunfermline, offering a high-quality programme of music, drama, comedy, dance and children's entertainment, plus a popular Christmas show. Tiffany’s licensed cafe/bar, within Carnegie Hall, serves delicious food and drinks in a relaxing, family-friendly atmosphere with great views across the Firth of Forth and beyond.

Find the Theatre

On foot

Carnegie Hall is in the East end of Dunfermline town centre at East Port, which continues from the High Street. The venue is also adjacent to the public park.

By car

A car park is available next to the theatre. From the East, follow the main route into central Dunfermline, from where Carnegie Hall is well signposted with brown tourist signs. From the West, follow Carnegie Drive and turn right onto East Port at Sinclair Gardens roundabout.

By public transport

Dunfermline Train Station, on the Fife Circle rail line, is a short walk away through the park. A regular service operates via Kirkcaldy from the North and from Edinburgh in the South.

Dunfermline Bus Station is a 10-minute walk from the theatre.

Accessibility

Carnegie Hall is fully accessible, with: ramped access next to theatre entrance, induction loop in the main auditorium, accessible toilet facilities, 11 wheelchair spaces available in the main auditorium, parking spaces reserved for disabled customers. Also guide dogs welcome

Carnegie Hall
East Port Dunfermline Fife
KY12 7JA

01383 602302

Friday 10 February, 2017

£21*
*including £1 booking fee

Saturday 11 February, 2017

£13.50*
*including £1 booking fee

Sunday 12 February, 2017

£13.50*
*including £1 booking fee

Saturday 18 March, 2017

£25 + Booking fee

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