Scottish Fisheries Museum Logo
Newhaven Community Choir Concert

Newhaven Community Choir Concert

19 May 2024 1:05 - 19 May 2024

Hear the Newhaven Community Choir at the Museum!

We are delighted to be welcoming the Newhaven Community Choir to the Museum for two special performances in our Zulu Gallery. Inspired by our current exhibition 100 Species the Choir will perform a short concert from our Zulu beach. The choir is a community that sings together ‘connecting people and place through the joy of song’.

The Choir was founded in Spring 2014 with funds raised by Duncan Bremner of Citizen Curator. His inspiration was to re-start a choir in Newhaven which was once known for both the singing of both the Newhaven Fishwives Choir and the Fisher Lassies. The choir was started under Jed Milroy’s musical direction and travelled around several locations in Newhaven, combining song, art and spectacle. Newhaven Community Choir is a friendly and informal group and welcome anyone who would like to sing with them. The choir has performed at various events and venues including The National Portrait Gallery, Newhaven Gala Day, and Anstruther’s Dreel Halls.

Sunday 19th May at 1.45pm and 3.15pm

Free Event

Please contact Julia Branch on 01333 310628 or for more information.

Storytime with Kipper the Cat

Storytime with Kipper the Cat

06 May 2024 14:00 - 12 August 2024 14:30

Free Storytelling Session

Join our friendly cat Kipper for some stories and songs with a salty twist fortnightly on Monday afternoons every fortnight. Enjoy a story or two and sing some songs for all ages.

2.00pm - 2.30pm Monday 8th July, 22nd July, 5th August and 12th August

Free event - ask at Reception for directions

Beginners Gaelic Class

Beginners Gaelic Class

03 May 2024 13:00 - 07 June 2024 14:30

A fun, friendly introduction to Gaelic learning

Join Kirsty Strachan for this FREE 6 weeks Gaelic beginners class at the Scottish Fisheries Museum. This class will be ideal for those who have been studying on Duolingo or are brand new to the language and want to dip their toe into the water before moving to Community Use Classes. Spaces are limited so please email to secure your place or call 03451 555 555 (Extension Number 460574).

Starts Friday 3rd May, 1.00pm - 2.30pm

Fàilte gu Gàidhlig//Welcome to Gaelic

Sorry, there are no posts to display.
100 Species

100 Species

29 March 2024 - 10 June 2024

Curated and presented by Edinburgh Shoreline, the 100 Species Exhibition celebrates the life that thrives on our coast and in our seas.

Merchant's Room : Yolandé Kenny

Merchant's Room : Yolandé Kenny

04 May 2024 - 03 June 2024

From stormy winter seas to sunny summer days, this exhibition celebrates the busy and colourful coastline of the East Neuk throughout the year.

The Scottish Fisheries Museum Trust Ltd
St Ayles, Harbourhead, Anstruther, Fife KY10 3AB
Tel (within UK): 01333 310628
Tel (from outside UK): +44 1333 310628
Charity Number: SC 006185 VAT Reg Number: 270 2790 64
twitter logo facebook logo youtube logo flickr logo tripadvisor logo
fifedirect logo
museum galleries scotland logo
robertson trust logo
heritage lottery fund logo
scottish government logo
green tourism logo