Featuring Becca Starr, Nathan Somevi, the Lewis McLaughlin Trio and more.
Enjoy fantastic music played by some of Scotland's incredible array of musicians
Falconer Houston’s A History of Paisley - A film about the history of Paisley made by local teacher and filmmaker Falconer Houston in the early 1960’s
A sailor energetically navigates a splishy-splashy sunny, windswept, wet, wavy adventure – encountering animals of land and sea along the way.
In a school hub - or learning from home; it's time for some music and movement!
Jack Wardrope Citizen Journalist - Jack Wardrope was a well-known Buddie who documented many Paisley’s special occasions and events.
GOING OUT | GOING IN is an audio performance for headphones and a solo journey through an urban landscape. This performance is suitable for audiences who are comfortable moving around outside.
Memories of Renfrew Ferry - This film remembers the Renfrew Ferry in its many guises, always a great trip across the water!
GOING IN | GOING OUT is an audio performance for the radio and a shared dance across many households. This performance is suitable for audiences who are comfortable moving indoors. It can be experienced seated or lying down.
The Scottish Alternative Music Awards (SAMA) are moving the annual Paisley Takeover into a virtual music experience for 2021. The programme will feature four performances from Scottish artists, filmed at home.
The Salmon are Back - Working with Paisley Museum, Alex Cathcart made this fascinating and heart-warming film about the return of salmon to the upper Clyde.
The Artists in Lockdown series will feature new work and a few tasters of what is to come once we can reopen our doors to audiences again. Funded by Creative Scotland
This spring a series of three specially commissioned pieces of writing penned by Renfrewshire-based writers will be pasted up large on the billboard outside Gilmour St Station.
First up will be Roddy Scott’s dance for Paisley people – a hopeful call for renewed joy. The second writer to feature will be David Rae, whose inspiration is the station itself - one of the busiest in Scotland, and a gateway both to the town and to a thousand other worlds. The final billboard in the series will feature a love note to Paisley, and a rallying cry to its people by Kick the Door that asks – with that all behind us, what next?
*Dates may vary
We have lots of fun craft activities for the whole family to get involved in, from our Creative Activity Map. Download activities to try at home, from pebble painting to making trash-can instruments. Send in your creations to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload your photo to social media using the hashtag #TinyRevolutionsRen to be included in our map!
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