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A Pageant of the Brandanes, 1401–1951
'Brandanes' is the archaic name given to the people of Bute and this pageant took its title from this. Rothesay is the Isle of Bute's only town and has been a popular tourist destination in Scotlan...
Arbroath pageant, 1954
In July 1954, the Aberdeen Evening Express carried an advertisement placed by the city's branch of the Scottish Covenant Association; this promoted a bus tour to the Arbroath Pageant to be held the...
The Pageant of Ayr 1202-1952
This centenary pageant celebrated 750 years of Royal Burgh status, a civic pedigree which Ayr had long flaunted alongside its standing as the cradle of the national bard and the stamping ground of ...
Farfar Will Be Farfar Still: A Cavalcade of Forfar's Story
One of the county town of Forfar's neighbours in Angus is the coastal township of Arbroath, which by 1965 had hosted no fewer than twelve historical pageants, the first having being held in 1947. R...