Archive for September, 2017

The Countdown is on to Perth Theatre’s Reopening Panto!

With just 75 days to go until Perth Theatre’s reopening panto, the countdown is on towards a new generation of theatre in Perth! Gwilym Gibbons, chief executive of Horsecross Arts, Perth Theatre artistic director, Lu Kemp, Council Leader Ian Campbell from project partners Perth & Kinross Council, plus other partners and supporters pressed the button to launch the 75-day countdown to the first performance of Aladdin. The countdown will be projected onto Perth Theatre’s Mill Street façade and will be visible after dark from now until the run of Aladdin starts on Saturday 9 December. The £16.6m transformation of Perth’s…

NEW TECH ON SHOW AT CARE VILLAGE TOPPING OUT

Some of the latest building technology was on display at a topping out ceremony at the new Stirling Care Village. The event saw the final solar panels slotted into place on the roof of the new Primary and Urgent Care Centre. The Centre will provide more modern, spacious accommodation for a number of existing health services include Minor Injuries services, X-ray facilities and GP out-of-hours services. It will also house a number of local GP practices, which are relocating to the centre. Also being built in the grounds of Stirling Community Hospital, is a new Care Hub with more than…

Official Opening for Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries

134 years after the world’s first Carnegie Library opened its doors, the plaque for Fife’s newest cultural hub was officially unveiled by Provost of Fife Jim Leishman MBE. Boasting a modern, purpose-built museum and art gallery that integrates with the historic listed buildings of the town’s Heritage Quarter, DCL&G has firmly established itself as the ancient capital’s new kid on the block since opening its doors to the public in May. Jim Leishman said: “I’m extremely honoured to be here today to officially open this remarkable cultural facility and add another significant date in its proud history as the world’s…