Located in Kirkcaldy's town centre, the Adam Smith Theatre is a popular venue in a traditional setting, well-loved for its high-quality shows, full-scale cinema and long history as the heart of the local arts scene.
Opened in 1899 as a memorial to social philosopher Adam Smith - now widely regarded as the father of modern economics - this stunning theatre has an impressive facade and overlooks the Memorial Gardens and another OnFife venue, Kirkcaldy Galleries.
Enjoy a fantastically diverse and popular programme of events at this 475-seat venue, including comedy, dance, drama, music, and children's theatre.
Adam Smith Theatre is located in Kirkcaldy town centre, just a few minutes’ walk from the shops and train station.
Take the Kirkcaldy West exit off the A92, and follow signs for the town centre. Look out for the brown signs in the centre, which will guide you to the Theatre. Limited car parking is available at the theatre, with additional spaces available nearby at the train station.
By public transport
The main bus terminal is in Kirkcaldy town centre, a few minutes’ walk from the theatre.
The Adam Smith Theatre is five minutes’ walk from Kirkcaldy station, which is on the East Coast and Fife Circle train lines.
The Adam Smith Theatre is fully accessible, with:
Ramped access to theatre building.
Induction loop in main auditorium.
Accessible adapted toilet facilities in foyer.
A lift is available for travel to the upper floor.
Limited disabled parking spaces available.
Guide dogs are welcome at all our venues.
We have four wheelchair spaces available in the main auditorium for our events. It would help us greatly if you booked for a space in advance. Please notify Box Office if you have any special requirements.
When we show films, rows J to K are held for people with mobility needs until 15 minutes before the film starts.
If you have any queries about your visit to the Adam Smith Theatre that aren’t answered here, please contact our Box Office, who will be happy to assist.