One magical thing about the East Neuk Festival is that it offers the chance to listen to wonderful music in beautiful and atmospheric buildings. None of the venues was originally designed as a concert hall, and many of them are historic buildings, so facilities can be limited.

Some venues have unreserved seating, and in some you can choose the location of your seat down to the nearest pew – we cannot allocate seats in greater detail due to the nature of the seating. Your ticket will indicate the area in which your pew is located with reference to a colour. Please consult the detailed seating plans on the Hub Tickets website:

We’ve put seating plans, maps and parking information for each venue on the pages linked to on the right.

Please contact us if you would like us to send you a brochure in the post.

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2019 venues

Anstruther Town Hall

St Ayle Church Anstruther

The Bowhouse

Crail Church & Church Hall

Kilrenny Church

Kellie Castle & Gardens

Waid Academy

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The East Neuk is a rural area, and it is common to find yourself behind a tractor or heavy vehicle. This has the great side-effect of making travel a leisurely experience, allowing you all the more opportunity to enjoy the landscape. But please remember to allow plenty of time to reach your concert venue.

Latecomers are not guaranteed admission to any event, in whole or in part. If admitted, it may not be possible to take the seat you booked – standing may be the only option.

All children must be aged 7+ and accompanied by an adult aged 16+.

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If you are looking for somewhere to stay in the East Neuk during the festival, why not try using the accommodation search function on this page: