Step inside Paisley Arts Centre as part of Renfrewshire Doors Open Days. Come along for a selection of arts, theatre and film activities for visitors, all with an animal theme!
In a hole in the wall of a timber house, on the edge of a wood there lives a mouse... This lyrical story from Ipdip Theatre is a multi-sensory treat for under fives and their families to cosy in and enjoy together.
Eaten invites children to the fascinating world of food chains and digestion. “Big Cuddly and Clever” The Times ★★★★
WhirlyGig is 4 brave musicians, 30 instruments, and countless musical puzzles to solve. Join us for an extraordinary theatrical experience where music will happen in ways you have never seen before.
Stick by Me is a joyful show about friendship and play, and the importance of treasuring little things. “as big a delight as a small show for children can be” ★★★★ The Times
Singin’ I’m No A Billy He’s A Tim 2 will take you on a priceless comical journey like you’ve never witnessed before and promises to have you laughing so hard you’ll be begging for extra time.
The timeless classic has made its way off the page and onto the stage.
The award-winning team behind Four Go Wild in Wellies reunite for Indepen-dance 4’s GROW.
Fibres is a darkly comedic play that tells the story of a young woman and her family facing the effects of asbestosis fro, Glasgow's shipbuilding industry.
Occasion Theatre Presents The Monster and Mary Shelley is a celebration of one of literature's most influential talents and an atmospheric, moving, and at times darkly comic exploration of the Gothic girl who electrified the world.
This hugely popular ‘spooktacular’ event has a fast-growing reputation as one of the best family festivals around!
Join Suzanne and Tracy for an hour of multi-sensory musical fun featuring MAKATON signing. Keep an eye out for extra performance time: released at 2 pm on 25/3/19!
The Wedding Planners is the hilarious girls' night out you won't want to miss!
A story of love, breaking free, and Europe, from multi-award winning Two Destination Language, Fallen Fruit foregrounds a unique migrant voice born in communist Bulgaria.
There's trouble in Toy Town because someone's arrived who is up to 'snow' good.