Pecha Kucha was devised in Tokyo and is a networking event for creative people. Throughout Scotland, many ‘creative hubs’ have been delivering Pecha Kucha events and have found them to be an extremely successful way of promoting the fantastic activities taking place within their local creative industry sectors.
During a Pecha Kucha evening, a number of presenters will make an accelerator pitch for their business or idea by showing 20 slides for 20 seconds each, thus the title ‘Pecha Kucha 20×20’. Presentations are designed to be informative and entertaining.
Pecha Kucha Dunfermline has been organised as part of the ‘Create in Fife’ programme. Create in Fife comes under the banner of Fife Cultural Trust and supports the creative and cultural sector by providing networking opportunities such as this
Master of wordplay and UK Pun Championships runner-up (2016) Richard Pulsford presents an hour of feel-good stand-up.
“Like a well-oiled machine of mirth… a likeable stand-up comedian with great material” (Buxton Fringe 2017)
“A congenial showman… the audience loved him… you will not be disappointed” (Prague Fringe 2017)
Age category of audience: 14+Twitter: https://twitter.com/RichardPulsford and #RPunsPun
You Tube: https://www.youtube/watch?v=6-GpCKQ2lvc
Sex, drugs, and tea make the world go round for four young flatmates. A Shrek-related drinking game, no clean dishes, and some misplaced bodily fluids result in a fast-paced modern farce with a dark core. What happens behind closed doors in the flat? And who’s knocking at the window? This gripping and hilarious piece of new writing from this award-shortlisted company will submerge you deep in the grimy waters of student life and leave you thirsty for more. ‘Ridiculously hilarious’ Age category of audience: Recommended 16+Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pandorumtheatre/Twitter: @pandorum You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1xxvn3SdtM_RsStC2gbWUw
Join writer/director Christopher Downie and producer/actor Brett Murray for an advance screening of this biographical comedy before it comes to indie cinemas around the UK. Shooting Clerks dramatises the making of Kevin Smith’s cult classic Clerks and was filmed in Fife, Dundee, Florida and New Jersey. The film reunites many members of the original Clerks cast and crew, as well as members of Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse. Christopher and Brett will be happy to answer your questions about the making of the film.
Latest show from local comedian, Ross Leslie, fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe. 2014 and 2017 Scottish Comedian of the Year Finalist. Writer of BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking the News. “Ross Leslie is a must-see, funny, funny stuff” Glasgow Social Events; “Smashed it. A stormer, they lapped it up” The Stand Comedy Club; “Future Scottish Headliner” Breakneck Comedy Club; “Ross Leslie packed his routine with gags” Chortle; “Getting better all the time” Fringe Monkey.
Age category (16+)
A superb programme of short films screened with the filmmakers in attendance: Tony and the Bull – hit documentary about a man raising a Highland bull in his small home / 1745 – drama about two black slave sisters in 18th Century Scotland / Stramashed Potatoes – spoof visitor guide to Dunfermline / Stories From All Over The Place – animated work by artist Jonny Hannah / The Auld Grey Toun – a Soundtrack – new film about Dunfermline’s music scene / The Syrian Waltz – experimental work mixing live and filmed action by local filmmaker Julian Pearly. Compered by George Murray.
Age Category (All Ages)