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Pageant of the Declaration of Independence, Arbroath 1949
The 1949 pageant in Arbroath was third in the series of pageants that took place to celebrate the famous Declaration of Scottish Independence, which was despatched from the Abbey in Arbroath in 132...
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 ...
Clackmannan Historical Pageant, 1249-1949
Clackmannan was traditionally the county town of its shire until industrial expansion in the early nineteenth century caused the nearby town of Alloa, which had access to the Firth of Forth, to gro...
Perth Historical Pageant
On the surface of things, all augured well for the success of the 1949 Perth Pageant; in the event, however, it was not that well attended and lost money. Given that it was a fundraising event, thi...
The Northumbrian Pageant was held with the express purpose of raising money for a Church of England scheme in Newcastle. The fund was aimed at women, specifically those whose status was described a...
Pageant of Inverness
There have been few historical pageants in the Parkerian tradition staged in the Scottish Highlands and Islands, and the pageant of Inverness held in 1951 is by far the most significant of this sma...