27 June - 1 July 2012 | www.eastneukfestival.com
East Neuk Festival Venues throughout the East Neuk of Fife
...what the East Neuk Festival does quite brilliantly – filling tiny, historic venues with world-class musicians for the benefit of a devoted – and growing – audience... Claire Black, The Scotsman
Welcome to East Neuk Festival 2012 A
sense of place, landscape, heritage – they give this Festival its special character and inspire us each year. In 2012 we are delighted to announce a host of new adventures exploring these themes alongside our international music programme. You may notice that this brochure is thicker than previous years, and we have a few good reasons for that:
Littoral is our new programme of ideas and writing: a three-year project inviting authors from near and far to come and speak, share, write and walk with us as we continue to celebrate this very special place. It is curated by the distinguished team of Catherine Lockerbie and Jenny Brown, who offer events exploring ideas, landscape, writing, nature and walking. This first year is rich in unmissable events, including a conversation and a walk with the greatest nature writer alive, Richard Mabey. See pages 12 & 13.
Every year, people tell us how much they love the East Neuk venues (despite the punishing pews…) and each year we seek out new atmospheric and special places for events. This year they include a pub, gardens, woodland, coastline and (with special thanks to Sir Peter and Lady Catherine Erskine of Cambo) a potato barn. Most of the year the barn is out of bounds and full of, well, potatoes! Come June or July they have gone to market and it stands empty. The barn turns out to have the acoustics of a large church – perfect for voices or large projects like a concert by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. We’re thrilled about its possibilities and hope you’ll join us there for two very special one-off events. See page 5.
Pilgrimage The tourism industry of the Middle Ages, Pilgrimage was hugely important to the Fife economy right up until The Reformation when, quite suddenly, it ceased. As one of the few destinations in Europe that could offer pilgrims relics of an actual apostle, St Andrews drew travellers from all over the Christian world. Ian Gray’s exhibition evokes one of the early guidebooks which would have helped pilgrims reach their destination to tell of the pilgrim experience and reflect on the ways in which this phenomenon shaped Fife. It is complemented by a huge new work of art… See page 14.
Octets As this is the 8th Festival you will find octets dotted throughout the programme, prime among them the two octets against which all others must be measured: Schubert and Mendelssohn.
Open Air Music This year we are taking the music outdoors to reach our widest audience yet. The excellent young professional musicians of Live Music Now will be performing in various spots around the East Neuk before and during the festival, as well as taking music to people who cannot come to the concerts!
B RO C HURE N AV I G AT I O N With so many different elements to pack in to it, this year’s brochure may prove less straightforward than in previous years as the events are not all presented in chronological order. We hope that we
have minimised any confusion by including the planning grid on pages 10 & 11. Every event is listed there, colour coded by art form and with venue, timing and also a page reference for where to find more info.
This Year’s Music Programme...
Barn Storming Friday 29 June, from 6.30pm
BARN STORMING Join us for a truly festive evening at our newest venue – two sensational concerts by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Theatre of Voices respectively, free live music in the open air, a fantastic view and the bar will be open from 6.30pm. We believe that Cambo Barn is the venue we have been looking for for quite some time – somewhere we can present larger events in the East Neuk and still stay true to our wish to explore quirky, unusual and atmospheric venues. The barn itself is not a thing of great beauty (we are working on that), but it is in a lovely spot, on the rise of a hill looking out over meadows to the sea. Most of the year it is full of potatoes, but in June and July it is empty… For this premiere event, we have created two exceptional concerts inspired by the acoustic, atmosphere and location of the barn – it will feel theatrical, special, and we invite you to come a little early to soak up the atmosphere. Please see page 18 for practical information about the venue.
This Year’s Music Programme...
Venue opens at 6.30pm with live open air music and bar.
Friday 29 June
FIRE AND WATER
7.30pm, Cambo Barn | All Tickets £15
9.30pm, Cambo Barn | All Tickets £15
Scottish Chamber Orchestra Strings Alexander Janiczek, violin/director SCO Brass James Lowe, conductor
Theatre of Voices Paul Hillier, director Andrew Lawrence-King, harp
Pärt: Arbos Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony in C minor Op.110a MacMillan: They saw that the stone had been rolled away Pärt: Fratres for Strings Barber: Adagio for Strings Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings offers a transcendent close to an hour of music for the strings and brass of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. The music is dramatic and powerful. Shostakovich’s searingly heartfelt Chamber Symphony erupts in fiery bursts of musical violence. It finds consolation in Pärt’s warm, reflective Fratres. This concert ends around 8.45pm with no interval. Free live music between the two concerts. Bar open.
Vivid, ecstatic, mystic and rapturous imagery poured out of Hildegard of Bingen, and her verse is sung to fabulous, flowing melodies. Her work lay buried and unheard for centuries but has come alive again in the past few decades. There is something utterly contemporary about her despite the 800 years that separate her from our more secular age. A bestseller not just in the classical music market but also in the pop and rock charts too, she speaks to a wide listenership. ENF has commissioned this new hour-long sequence of Hildegard’s music from the inspirational choral maestro, Paul Hillier. He juxtaposes her work with harp from Andrew Lawrence-King and Seafarer – a performance of the Anglo-Saxon poem: so fitting, so near to the sea. This concert ends around 10.40pm with no interval. NB. SEAFARER will be repeated on Saturday in St Monans Kirk at 4pm.
This Year’s Music Programme...
Hagen Quartet THE HAGEN QUARTET PLAYS BEETHOVEN We catch the Hagen Quartet at the very outset of a year of Beethoven: in 2012 /13 they give the full cycle of Beethoven’s quartets worldwide – New York, Tokyo, Paris, London, Vienna, Salzburg. In Fife, over two concerts, they offer early, middle and late period works – a swift survey by one of the finest ensembles in existence. Their sound is unique, born of many years performing together (they have just celebrated their 30th birthday), and they bring a special depth and unity of vision to all they do.
Wednesday 27 June
Thursday 28 June
HAGEN QUARTET I
HAGEN QUARTET II
7.30pm, Crail Church Tickets £25 (Zone 1) / £17 (Zone 2)
11.30am, Kilrenny Church Tickets £15 (Zone 1) / £12 (Zone 2)
Beethoven: Quartet Op.59 No.1 INTERVAL Beethoven: Quartet Op.132
Beethoven: Quartet Op.18 No.6 Beethoven: Quartet Op.135
This Beethoven journey starts in the middle, with the first ‘Razumovsky’ quartet. It was Beethoven’s most substantial quartet to date, not only in its scale but also the technical challenges it presents. After the interval, the mysterious, immense late quartet Op.132, a ‘Song of Thanksgiving’ at its heart. This concert has an interval and ends around 9.15pm.
Kilrenny Church has proven itself a favourite with our quartets; for listeners, there is nothing quite like losing yourself in the music there, as the light falls through the tall clear windows. It is very peaceful, but also very intense as you are so close to the music. It is an ambience that will suit the Hagen Quartet perfectly as they perform the most enigmatic of the early quartets and the most genial of Beethoven’s late quartets. This concert ends around 12.35pm with no interval.
This Year’s Music Programme... Thursday 28 June
Friday 29 June
LEIPZIG STRING QUARTET I
4pm, Dunino Church | All Tickets £12 Sean Shibe, guitar Programme includes music by Dowland, Bach, Rodrigo and Albeniz The brilliant young Scottish guitarist carried off first prize at the ROSL String competition and then the ROSL Gold Medal, awarded to the most outstanding musician on any instrument. For us he has created a bespoke programme for this quiet, beautiful and intimate church nestling in the woods. This concert ends around 5.05pm with no interval.
OCTETS I 7.30pm, Crail Church Tickets £25 (Zone 1) / £17 (Zone 2) Llŷr Williams, piano Festival Ensemble Alexander Janiczek, violin/director Liszt: Operatic Transcriptions INTERVAL Schubert: Octet Schubert composed his Octet after a year spent writing opera and striving to have it staged. His ears were full of the music of Carl Maria von Weber (the most successful German operatic composer of the day) and it shows in every movement of the Octet. What better to pair it with than Liszt’s spectacular and virtuoso fantasies and transcriptions of operatic hits?
11.30am, Kilrenny Church Tickets £15 (Zone 1) / £12 (Zone 2) Shostakovich: Op.49 Widmann: Quartet No.3 Schubert: Quartet D.804 ‘Rosamunde’ Among other things, Friday is a day for Shostakovich. Leipzig String Quartet opens the day with his first quartet – sparky, brilliant, youthful; later, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra Strings play the eighth quartet, Shostakovich’s darkest hour – there could be no more compelling contrast. Schubert’s well-loved ‘Rosamunde’ quartet closes the concert, and Jörg Widmann, a composer inspired by the Romantic age, takes Schumann as inspiration for a rumbustious and thrilling ‘hunt’. This concert ends around 12.40pm with no interval.
HIS HARP SAE RARE 4pm, Kilconquhar Church | All Tickets £12 Andrew Lawrence-King, harp A thing of beauty, the medieval harp: ancient, sculptural, magical. In the hands of Andrew Lawrence-King it is mesmerically soft-spoken and bewitching. He offers an hour of music, delving into Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts and bringing the notes alive with flair and virtuosity. This concert ends around 5.05pm with no interval. For Friday evening’s concerts at Cambo Barn, please see page 5.
This concert has an interval and ends around 9.30pm.
This Year’s Music Programme... Saturday 30 June
LEIPZIG STRING QUARTET II 11.30am, Cellardyke Church Tickets £15 (Zone 1) / £12 (Zone 2) / £7 (Zone 3) Mendelssohn: Quartet Op.44 No.2 Beethoven: Quartet Op.127 Hailing from Mendelssohn’s own city (they emerged out of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra), the Leipzig String Quartet has made a specialty of his music. Here they pair his ‘late’ Op.44 quartet with the quartet once described by Beethoven authority Joseph Kerman as “…of all Beethoven’s works, his crowning monument to lyricism”. This concert ends around 12.40pm with no interval.
SEAFARER II 4pm, St Monans Church Tickets £15 (Zone 1) / £12 (Zone 2) Theatre of Voices Paul Hillier, director Andrew Lawrence-King, harp ENF’s newly commissioned performance from Paul Hillier and Theatre of Voices is given a repeat, yet contrasting, performance in an utterly different setting. In place of
the vast spaces of Cambo Barn, St Monans offers an intimate, quietly magnificent space in which to enjoy the ravishing, rapturous music of Hildegard of Bingen. This concert ends around 5.10pm with no interval. For details of the first performance of SEAFARER see page 5.
BEETHOVEN’S LAST SONATAS 7.30pm, Crail Church Tickets £25 (Zone 1) / £17 (Zone 2) Llŷr Williams, piano Beethoven: Sonatas Op.109, 110, 111 Few musical journeys are richer, more dramatic and immense than Beethoven’s final trilogy of sonatas. Composed in a relatively short space of time, there is every argument for regarding them as a single entity – musical ideas flow between them, echoes of one emerge in another. Williams has made Beethoven the focus of his work for the past 2 seasons, but performs the last 3 sonatas in this way for the first time here. This concert ends around 8.50pm. Please note that there will be a short break between each sonata, but no interval.
This Year’s Music Programme... Sunday 1 July
OCTETS II 2pm, Cellardyke Church Tickets £15 (Zone 1) / £12 (Zone 2) / £7 (Zone 3) SCO WINDS Haydn: Suite in E flat Hob.II Es.17 Stravinsky: Octet Mozart: Serenade in E flat K.375 Three masterpieces (all octets, as it happens) add zest to Sunday lunchtime. Stravinsky stands between his idols. His classical inheritance lurks just below the surface of his witty, punchy music. The music by Haydn and Mozart shows two completely contrasting faces of the key of E flat major: upbeat and spry for Haydn, mellow and more than a little operatic for Mozart. This concert ends around 3.10pm with no interval.
OCTETS III 5pm, Crail Church Tickets £25 (Zone 1) / £17 (Zone 2) Llŷr Williams, piano Festival Ensemble Alexander Janiczek, violin/director Mendelssohn: Songs without words INTERVAL Mendelssohn: Octet A finale with a spring in its step: a double portrait of Mendelssohn. His Octet appears every few years at East Neuk Festival and is always welcome. To complement it, Llŷr Williams has created a sequence of Mendelssohn’s keyboard music, including Songs without words and also a prelude and fugue written – as so much of his music was – in homage to the great Johann Sebastian Bach. This concert has an interval and ends around 6.45pm.
Festival Planning ALL DAY
WEDNESDAY 27 JUNE
SAND SCULPTURES ON CRAIL HIGH STREET – see p.14 KEY MUSIC OPEN AIR MUSIC LITTORAL EVENTS
THURSDAY 28 JUNE
HAGEN QUARTET II KILRENNY CHURCH – see p.6
LEIPZIG STRING Q KILRENNY CHURCH
NATURE AROUND US: Sara Maitland & Kathleen Jamie KILRENNY CHURCH – see p.12
A PERSONAL PILG Richard Holloway KILRENNY CHURCH
RISING STAR: Sean Shibe DUNINO – see p.7
HIS HARP SAE RA Andrew Lawrence KILCONQUHAR CH
13:00 14:00 FAIRY TALES IN ENCHANTED WOODS: Sara Maitland 15:00 KELLIE CASTLE – see p.12 1430
THE COAST AND THE VILLAGES: Andrew Greig & Tom Pow SMUGGLERS INN HOTEL – see p.12
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19:00 19:30 HAGEN QUARTET I CRAIL CHURCH – see p.6 21:00 21:30
OCTETS I: Llŷr Williams, Festival Ensemble & Alexander Janiczek CRAIL CHURCH – see p.7
FIRE AND WATER: Brass, Alexander Ja Lowe, CAMBO BAR OPEN AIR MUSIC
SEAFARER I: Theat Paul Hillier & Andr King, CAMBO BARN
QUARTET I H – see p.7
GRIMAGE: y H – see p.12
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SUNDAY 1 JULY
PILGRIMAGE EXHIBITION AND LABYRINTH – see p.14
OPEN AIR MUSIC IN ANSTRUTHER see website for full details LEIPZIG STRING QUARTET II CELLARDYKE CHURCH – see p.8
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A WALK WITH RICHARD MABEY ST MONANS – see p.13
11:30 12:40 13:00
OPEN AIR MUSIC IN CRAIL see website for full details
OCTETS II: SCO Winds CELLARDYKE CHURCH – see p.9
WRITING THE NATURAL WORLD: Richard Mabey CRAIL CHURCH – see p.13
15:00 15:30 16:00
SEAFARER II: Theatre of Voices Paul Hillier & Andrew LawrenceKing, ST MONANS – see p.8
OPEN AIR MUSIC IN CRAIL see website for full details
OCTETS III: Llŷr Williams, Festival Ensemble & Alexander Janiczek CRAIL CHURCH – see p.9
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BEETHOVEN’S LAST SONATAS: Llŷr Williams CRAIL CHURCH – see p.8
LITTORAL: Ideas, Conversation, Nature, Walking Wednesday 27 June
Thursday 28 June
Fairy Tales in Enchanted Woods
The Coast and the Villages
SARA MAITLAND 2pm, Kellie Castle Woodland and Walled Garden | All Tickets £10 A spellbinding start to this year’s festival as renowned author Sara Maitland, author of the beautiful A Book of Silence among many others, celebrates the 200th anniversary of the first Brothers Grimm fairy tales and the magical influence of forests with a fresh retelling of a tale and a guided outdoor walk in the exquisite grounds of Kellie Castle. Come with all senses alert for the glorious vistas, nooks and crannies, and many a mysterious secret… Please dress suitably for prevailing weather and wear appropriate footwear. In case of seriously inclement weather, the talk will take place inside the castle drawing room. This event ends around 4pm.
Thursday 28 June
Nature Around Us KATHLEEN JAMIE AND SARA MAITLAND 2.30pm, Kilrenny Church | All Tickets £10 Kathleen Jamie is one of the UK’s finest poets and winner of multiple major awards. She is also a nature writer of superb perception. Her newly published prose collection, Sightlines, sees her respond to the natural environment with a fresh-eyed and entrancing literary sensibility. She lives in Fife – the East Neuk is her fiefdom. Here she joins Sara Maitland in the luminous setting of Kilrenny in a fascinating dialogue. This event ends around 3.30pm.
ANDREW GREIG AND TOM POW 5.30pm, Smugglers Inn Hotel | All Tickets £10 Meet two of Scotland’s best poets and novelists in our intimate new venue, by the mouth of the Dreel Burn in Anstruther. Andrew Greig grew up in Anst’er before establishing himself as one of our most engaging and lauded authors. His latest collection includes poems specifically of this place. Tom Pow mixes poetry and prose and his latest work is about the changing and dying villages in Europe, with strong resonance for the Fife coastline. Expect great conversation and maybe even a song… This event ends around 6.30pm.
Friday 29 June
A Personal Pilgrimage RICHARD HOLLOWAY 2.30pm, Kilrenny Church | All Tickets £10 The power and humanity of Richard Holloway’s thought have illuminated previous East Neuk Festivals – but this year is different. For the first time, the former bishop and prolific author has published a deeply personal memoir, Leaving Alexandria, an account of the formation of a mind and a man, of doubt and faith. In the quiet simplicity of Kilrenny Church, in a year with a pilgrimage theme, come and hear him reflect on demons and epiphanies and his own journey through religion to a different philosophical perspective. This event ends around 3.30pm.
LITTORAL: Ideas, Conversation, Nature, Walking Saturday 30 June
Sunday 1 July
Writing The Natural World
A Walk with Richard Mabey
RICHARD MABEY 2.30pm, Crail Church | All Tickets £10
RICHARD MABEY 11am, St Monans | All Tickets £15
In a wonderful first for the East Neuk Festival we are delighted to welcome Richard Mabey, pioneer and doyen of nature writing in the UK. His ground-breaking Food For Free, magisterial Flora Britannica and intensely moving memoir of breakdown and recovery, Nature Cure, have been seminal works and inspired a new generation of authors. His latest work Weeds: A Cultural History even teaches us to love the outcasts of the botanical world. An unmissable event, as he discusses his passion for the countryside and writing with Richard Holloway.
It is difficult to think of a better way to spend a Sunday morning than in the company of Richard Mabey as he leads a guided walk along a short section of the Fife Coastal Path. Coming from East Anglia to the East Neuk for the first time, filled with lore and expertise on flora, fauna and birdlife, he will offer his perceptions, personal stories and profound natural knowledge – a walk to remember, for sure.
This event ends around 3.30pm.
Please dress suitably for prevailing weather and wear appropriate footwear. In case of seriously inclement weather, the talk will take place inside St Monans Church Hall on Station Road. This event ends around 1pm.
Exhibitions, Sand & Festival Food... PILGRIMAGE Crail Community Hall Open daily, Thurs-Sun 11am-6pm | Free entry Walking in the East Neuk involves treading on a lost landscape. St Andrews with its holy relics was once one of Europe’s most important pilgrimage destinations, and holy places nearby only added to its international drawing power. It attracted numberless travellers and huge wealth, and a substantial infrastructure of well-maintained roads, bridges and lodgings supported the traveller. Pilgrim guides, too, were published but few survive, and none from Scotland – for after the Reformation pilgrimage here ended, and very little evidence of it survives – even the routes the pilgrims took are now uncertain. Our exhibition imagines the pages of one such guide and the landscape it described. It has been annotated and layered with comment as if it has been passed from hand to hand over many years – its various voices speaking of a lost landscape somewhere beneath your feet.
LABYRINTH Hilke MacIntyre’s wonderful artwork returns to the festival in the form of an enormous labyrinth which you can follow with your own two feet at Crail Community Hall.
FESTIVAL FOOD We are grateful to have the support of our colleagues across the East Neuk, who have kindly agreed to provide some refreshment options for you during the 2012 festival. HONEYPOT GUESTHOUSE & TEAROOM 6 High Street South, Crail KY10 3TD Usual opening hours are 10.30am-4pm. The Honeypot will also take light dinner bookings in the early evenings over the festival period. Please book in advance by phone: 01333 450 935. KILRENNY & CELLARDYKE CHURCHES Kilrenny & Cellardyke Churches will provide light lunchtime refreshments around the concerts at their churches, as follows: Thursday 28 June & Friday 29 June Kilrenny Church, from 12.30pm Saturday 30 June Cellardyke Church, from 12.30pm
SAND Look out for this year’s spectacular creation by Sand In Your Eye outside the Honeypot Guest House and Tearoom on Crail High Street. They will be sculpting every day between Wednesday and Saturday to create another magical sculpture using nothing but sand, shovels and water. The subject of their sculpture is a closely guarded secret, so you’ll simply have to come and see!
Booking Information Tickets are available by phone, fax, in person, by post and online from: HUB TICKETS The Hub, Castlehill, Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 2NE Tel: +44 (0) 131 473 2000 Fax: +44 (0) 131 473 2003 www.hubtickets.co.uk Until 16th March: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm From 19th March: Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm Please make cheques payable to ‘Hub Tickets’.
DON’T DELAY Many East Neuk Festival venues are intimate – perfect for the kind of music we like to hear – but that means they can sell out quickly.
YOUR TICKETS In most venues 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 (except for Cambo Barn). Your ticket will indicate the area in which your pew is located with reference to a colour. Please consult the detailed venue plans at www.hubtickets.co.uk. For most events you will be offered the choice of having your tickets mailed or held for collection at the event. Note: Maximum 6 tickets per event, during general booking. N.B. We cannot offer refunds nor guarantee to accept returned tickets. Please spread some festival joy by passing spare tickets to family and friends, or consider supporting the festival further by donating your tickets to us. All programme details are correct at time of going to press. The festival may be obliged to make changes to the published details due to circumstances beyond its control and reserves the right to do so. In this instance it will make every effort to notify ticket holders as far in advance as possible.
BOOKING DATES Monday 13th February Premier & Gold patrons booking opens
Monday 5th March General booking opens
Monday 20th February Silver & Bronze patrons booking opens
Friday 8th June Late availability tickets released
Monday 27th February Subscriber patrons booking opens
On the Day
Remember, you can become a Patron and start booking straightaway during the priority booking period – just call Hub Tickets.
Our mobile box office may reserve for you any available tickets for events later that day (only). Any available door sales will commence at the concert venue 30mins before the concert time.
The East Neuk is a rural area, and it is common to find yourself behind a tractor or heavy vehicle. Please remember to allow plenty of time to reach your concert venue. Also, the Festival relies heavily on the goodwill of locals – please park with consideration and do not block driveways.
Doors open 30 minutes before each performance. Latecomers will only be admitted at the festival’s discretion, typically only after the first piece – this may be as much as 30 minutes into the concert. It may not be possible to take the seat you booked. Where only one work is featured we regret that latecomers may not be admitted.
Venue Information 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. Weâ€™ve put full details about the venues, including maps, seating plans and access information on our website. Please get in touch with the box office should you wish to discuss any aspect of our venues in detail. See page 15 for booking and contact information.
CRAIL CHURCH Toilets for church concerts are available in the Church Hall, directly across the road from the Church. There is a car park behind the
Church, accessible from Bow Butts Road; a footpath will lead you through the graveyard to the back of the Church.
Zone 2 seats have a 25% chance of being limited view. Please see food information on page 14 .
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Crail Community Hall
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Toilets are available in the Church Hall, across the road from the Church. Please see food information on p.14.
Park on-street or by the common, down Common Road. There are 2 small steps up to the church itself.
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For Cellardyke Church, parking is available next to the church, as well as on-street. Please be careful not to block driveways or park opposite
road junctions. There are toilets in the church and an accessible ramp at the main entrance. Please see food information on page 14.
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The East Neuk of Fife is a rural area, please remember to allow plenty of time to reach your event.
BOOKING & PATRON BENEFITS PATRON BENEFITS
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I / we* wish to be enrolled as a patron of the East Neuk festival 2012** (27 June - 1 July) I / we enclose a cheque (made payable to East Neuk Festival) for £ I / we wish to be acknowledged as *** Please tick here if you wish to be ackowledged as anonymous. NOTES * Donations quoted (and associated benefits) cover an individual or a couple. ** Renewals are invited annually and will follow the end of one festival to help us prepare for the next. *** Bronze Patrons and above will be acknowledged in our brochure, programmes and website. Subscriber Patrons will be acknowledged on our website.
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East Neuk Festival could not take place without the generous support and help from: Founder Patrons (all levels) Mr & Mrs Ian Ainsworth William & Elizabeth Berry Arnold & Tove Brown Svend Brown & Roy McEwan Sylvia & Ron Dow Kenneth & Patricia Fraser John & Jane Griffiths Shields & Carol Henderson Mr Frank Hitchman Mr J Douglas Home Mr Barrie Laurie Donald & Louise MacDonald Mrs Elaine Ross Ian & Isabel Sandison Robin & Rae Singer Sir Moray & Lady Stewart Premier Toby & Kate Anstruther Geoff & Mary Ball Ewan & Christine Brown Donald & Corinne Brydon Enders Analysis Limited Gavin & Kate Gemmell Rachel & Nicky James Norman & Christine Lessels Mrs Eileen Waddell Mr Hedley G. Wright Gold Robert Forman & Liz Childs Ian & Esther Higgins Jay & Richard Hitchman Terry & Alison Holmes Richard Keen Q.C. & Jane Keen Mr Robert H. Mackay & Mr P.A. Whitley Mr Richard Price & Pauline Fox Dr Larry & Mairi Rolland Evelyn M. Scott Alasdair & Valery Speirs Anny & Bobby White
Silver Sheila Colvin Allan & Jennifer Corbett Mr & Mrs Peter Crichton Mr & Mrs Michael Gilderdale Hamish & Alison Glen Mrs Sarah Green James & Kath Hardie Mr John Hart Mrs Ann Hartree Michael & Ethne Hepburn Gavin & Anne Hepburn Ian Hutton Mr & Mrs Harry Johnston Angela & James Kellie David Logan Laird Ann & James Macdonald Mrs Kate MacSween Colin & Claire McClatchie Mrs Susan Meiklejohn Muir Homes Ltd. Tom & Inge Pevsner Dr Nicholas Phillipson Ernst & Clara Reimannâ€ John & Jennie Rigg Richard & Christine Simpson David & Elizabeth Simpson Mrs Linda Sutherland George & Kathleen Tait Peter Thierfeldt Mr & Mrs Michael Usher Michael & Barbara Wallace Mrs Catherine Wilson John & Jill Yarnold Bronze Neil & Fiona Ballantyne Dr & Mrs Harald Carrick Tom & Alison Cunningham Ray and Pauline Hartman Dr & Mrs Stephen Illingworth David & Sue Jerdan Maureen Stewart Dr Anne Waring
Krysia & Grenville Williams Pat & Elizabeth Wimbush Mrs Morag Younie â€Ś and many others who wish to remain anonymous. N.B. The generosity of our many Subscriber Patrons is acknowledged on our website. Trusts & Foundations Dunard Fund Reed Foundation The Binks Trust The Cruden Foundation Ltd. The Misses Barrie Trust The Russell Trust The W.M. Mann Foundation The Ministers, Staff & Congregations of: Cambo Estate Cellardyke Church Crail Church Crail Community Hall Dunino Church Kellie Castle Kilconquhar Church Kilrenny Church Smugglers Inn Hotel St Monans Parish Church Big House Events Creative Scotland Fairmont St Andrews Hotel Fife Council Greyfriars Hotel Honeypot Guesthouse & Tearoom Hub Tickets The University of St Andrews Music Centre Our thanks to you all!
Design & Photography: Andy McGregor (www.andymcgregor.com) with original ceramics by Hilke MacIntyre (www.macintyre-art.com)