A new two-day festival of new and exciting live performance taking place at Paisley Arts Centre, offering a platform for creation and development of new work.
A beautifully crafted comedy puppet show about friendship, home and the environment.
Wullie and Harry are two elderly comedians who were once a popular Scottish music hall comedy act known as The Rain Men. After 30 years together, they parted ways on unfriendly terms and have not spoken to each other since.
Come along for a fun day of activities including circus themed activities, arts & crafts, face painting and much much more! Includes a screening of Tim Burton’s Dumbo (PG). Film screenings at 11am and 1.30pm
Like Animals is a funny and poignant investigation into love and communication in human (and not-so-human) relationships.
Lullaby follows on from Rutherford’s projects KIN and Broth, and looks at family, ageing and the children she never had. Adding the voices of other middle-aged women who never reproduced, this film and live performance explores the personal and public aspects of this emotionally loaded terrain.
A theatre show with live music that tells the story of Gregor Samsa, an ordinary man who wakes up one morning to discover he has turned into a giant insect.
One of them is bouncing on a Pilates ball in The Land of Lounge Room – a recovering mum and love-struck, sleep-deprived teat desperate to soothe her baby – so she can finish her sentence and tell you all this.
*LIMITED TICKETS LEFT ON SAT EVENING* Brilliantly funny and packed with iconic songs from the early sixties played live by a cast of ten actor/musicians under the musical direction of Hilary Brooks (Sunshine on Leith, Glasgow Girls), Underwood Lane, designed by John himself alongside Becky Minto, promises to be a very special production for all lovers of Scottish theatre.