What’s On This Weekend in Dundee Angus Fife

whats on weekend dundee

Welcome to our weekly round up of events in Dundee, Angus and Fife over the next few days. Looking for something to do with the kids this weekend, or maybe you have babysitters and want to get out without them… we have something for everyone.

Christmas is kicking off on Friday in Carnoustie, with the lights being switched on. The event begins at 6pm.

 

If you go out tonight

You must follow every light

To where they all collide

In Santa’s Wonderland

Further up the coast, in Auchmithie, Saturday sees a Xmas Craft Fair. Our tip – have lunch at the quirky But n Ben first. Leave space for the desserts from the infamous dessert trolley!

Dundee’s Barnhill St Margaret’s Christmas Fair will have local traders showing their wares, nearly new stalls, face painting, tea and cake, and much more.

The Funk Fair in Dundee presents vintage, antiques and retro pieces, from 11am on Saturday.

Over in Fife, the Newport Rio Christmas market from 10am to 4pm and the SouthParks Christmas Fete will get you into the Xmas spirit!

Glamis Christmas Market is on Sunday 1st December, is an indoor market with craft stalls. 

As BookWeek Scotland draws to an end, there is a flurry of cultural and literary events around the country.

Metphrog Comic Workshop in Lochee Library at 1 – 2pm for 10 to 15 year olds, and Broughty Ferry Library from 3 – 4pm on 30th November. 

Read aloud at the DCA – see website for details of times, as the DCA celebrates a day of vocalised books, or join a Family Tour at McManus Galleries on Sunday at 2pm. 

Kirkcaldy says goodbye to the BookWeek Scotland, with a Furry Finale from 1pm on Saturday at the library.

Take a trip around the East Neuk to visit over 30 artists in their studios, paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, etchings, illustrations, jewellery, weaving, textile art…

If you are peckish, while you are out and about, then check out our listings for ideas and reviews of cafes and restaurants in Dundee/Angus and Fife.

Here is one for the adults, and older children – the Dundee University Christmas Lecture, with Kate Adie on Saturday evening. 

A date for your diary for the next week – if you are a fan of Gareth Malone and loved his Military Wives Choir, then you won’t want to miss the Condor Military Wives Choir and their concert with community carol singing on 6th December in Barry. 

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