The Alhambra Theatre (Dunfermline) Reviews
Description:Address: 35 Canmore Street / Dunfermline / KY12 7NX / Scotland / An attractive, old building built in 1922 that has ... more
Newest Review: ... would be great to see some young people working in here. And when I seen the teenage boy, I thought "At last! A manager with some sense getting the youth involved!". If I remember correctly, there were 3 commissionaires, and to be honest, not one suit was a perfect fit, as they weren't made for those exact people. So even though the suit wasn't the best fit for the boy, it was good ... more
Customer The Alhambra Theatre (Dunfermline) Reviews (3)
by adele - written on 21/12/13
Im nearly 40 and have seen many pantos over the years and this one has got to be the worst ever. The characters were boring the jokes were terrible.Dame trot was sex mad and made no secrete about it,her jokes were full of sexual innuendoes.The stuff she was doing and saying made me feel terrible infront of my 11 year old son,at one point I covered his ears when she inappropriately started to mall a man like she sex starved.The songs did not capture the audience children were restless and as I looked around to see if people were enjoying them selfes everone looked bored. WOULD NOT RECOMEND THIS PANTOMINE.
by - written on 07/02/09 (Useful, 146 readings)
I also went to The Alhambra Theatre on the 12/09/08 to see MAMMA MIA the movie and along with other reviews, I can only agree, its amazing! However in complaint to the other review for the cinema night in the Alhambra, I loved the image of the teenage boy in the uniform. I've been in west end theatres many times, and have always said to my self, It would be great to see some young people working in here. And when I seen the teenage boy, I thought "At last! A manager with some sense getting the youth involved!". If I remember correctly, there were 3 commissionaires, and to be honest, not one suit was a perfect fit, as they weren't made for those ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/08 (Very useful, 271 readings)
The Alhambra theatre first opened in Dunfermline in 1922 and due to financial problems staging live shows became The Temple Of Motion Pictures in 1924. It ended up closing down in 1965 and being turned into a bingo hall. A couple of years ago the bingo hall moved to Dunfermlines eastern expansion and the building became vacant. A property developer and theatre manager saw the potential in the place and decided to restore it to its former glory. The Alhambra reopened in 2008 and Dunfermline favourites Nazareth were the first act to play in the venue again. The line up so far has included KT Tunstall, Roy Chubby Brown and One Night Of ... Read the complete review
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