I'd never heard of "Keilvue Entertainment and Pleasure Gardens" before and wonder if this is the area south of Largo Road, between the main road and the Keil Burn, now partly occupied by the Keilburn houses. Visitors could have access this green, leafy area via the steps down from Largo Road or from Mill Wynd, or maybe even Harbour Wynd. Entertainment appears to have taken place here twice daily. Perhaps the nearby Temperance Hall (now the Crusoe Hall) served as a base for the performers and provided a back-up in case of bad weather.
The La Scala cinema could be converted into a dance hall and in the newspaper listing we see the 'First Summer Dance' advertised there. Such dances would continue to be held at La Scala for decades to come.
1926 seems to have been quite a boom time for Lundin Links. On 2 June, the Leven Mail reported, under the headline "Creeping Westwards", that...
"We are glad to see mallet and chisel are kept engaged in Lundin Links. Another fine villa is in course of erection at the west end for Mr Moscrip, one more step towards Leven. We wonder when Leven will begin to reciprocate by a building boom from Scoonie."
Mr William Moscrip worked at the National Steel Foundry in Leven, was Chairman of the Leven Town Band for ten years and was a director of East Fife Football Club.
By the end of the 1926 summer season, the Leven Mail commented (on 29 September) that Largo was "much quieter" with the "the homeward trek by visitors" underway and that it had been "a wonderfully busy season".