Presented by Ali Burns’ Feral Choir
At Dumfries Museum and Camera Obscura
5pm Sunday 17 December 2006
Following a year of events to mark the anniversary of the killing of the Red Comyn but Robert the Bruce, there is a final chance to reflect on this momentous period in Scottish history.
The killing took place in February 1306. Robert the Bruce was crowned King of Scots in March but by November of the same year he was forced to go into hiding. Find out more at Dumfries Museum.