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Our Venues this year are:


Tucked away on the corner of West Princes Street and Bishop Street in cosy surroundings, Bute’s only bookshop opened in 1997. Open seven days a week with over 4000 books in store, daily book deliveries and freshly ground coffee while you browse, a friendly welcome awaits locals and tourists alike.

Print Point: 24-26 West Princes Street, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Argyll and Bute, PA20 9AF
Tel:  01700 503389


An independent local museum run by volunteers, the building was opened in 1926 and has two galleries and a library/meeting room. It may be small but it has one of the best local collections of any museum in the country. From items of international importance such as the Viking ‘Hostage Stone’ and a Bronze Age jet necklace to an 18th century beggar’s badge and a Victorian Punch and Judy, it tells the story of the people of Bute and the flora and fauna of the island.

Bute Museum:  7 Stuart St, Rothesay, Isle of Bute PA20 0EP
Tel: 01700 505067


Located within the Moat Centre, Stuart Street, Rothesay Library prides itself on being a vibrant community hub. Recently refurbished, the library offers a range of services including the Peoples Net Work, Wifi, Genealogy research, local history archives and of course books……lots and lots of books! Friendly staff are always delighted to inform and assist both local customers and visitors to the island.

Rothesay Library:  Stuart St, Isle of Bute PA20 0BX
Tel:  01700 503266


The Isle of Bute Discovery Theatre is housed within Rothesay’s famous 1924 Winter Gardens on the promenade, employs nine people during the height of the season and was refurbished to digital with new seats and cup holders being added in 2015. The cinema is a wonderful addition to our festival, maintaining the close intimate atmosphere that we love and only a stone’s throw from our other three venues.

The Discovery Centre Theatre: Victoria St, Rothesay, Isle of Bute PA20 0AP
Tel:  01700 507043


Trinity Church, built in the plain Gothic style, has been a place of worship since 1845 to the present day. Weekly services are held at 11.00 a.m. on Sunday mornings. Situated in the heart of Rothesay, its central location also makes it an ideal venue for Community events, including the Annual Horticultural Show. It can seat up to 700 and because of its excellent acoustics, regularly hosts concerts, including events organised by Bute Arts Society.

Trinity Church & Hall
Castle Street