Our What's On section aims to be the one stop comprehensive guide to find out what's on in Renfrewshire. From events, classes and clubs to car boot sales, live music and theatre performances, click on our calendar to filter by activity, day or time.
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The Kathleen Edgar School of Dance offers a variety of classes for all ages, based out of South End Action Centre, Stock Street, Paisley.
Art classes run by a professional artist.
Join an expert tutor and realise your creative potential with a series of art classes.
Get involved with Renfrewshire’s movie making and social history club.
The Scottish Drawing Competition has been hosted by the Paisley Art Institute since 1983.
See the Moon, planets and other astronomical wonders as never before.
As part of the 30th Anniversary celebrations, a selection of the large amount of posters and programmes will be exhibited.
Local art club Paisley Artists once again promise a varied and colourful display of Renfrewshire's artistic talent at their annual exhibition at Paisley Museum.
Chill out on the ice rink at Central Way, browse the continental style market on Gilmour Street or High Street and enjoy the rides, games and attractions throughout Paisley town centre.
PACE Theatre Company’s annual pantomime will be the enchanting tale of ‘Snowhite.”
Family fun in the heart of Renfrew as the town gets all festive!
Award-winning children's author, Janis Mackay will visit Johnstone Library as part of our Book Week Scotland celebrations.
Your mission, if you chose to accept it, is to crack the code! Played out in an atmospheric library setting, your task is to piece the story together using all the clues you can find. Suitable for small groups of young people aged 12+.
Meet Robbie Morrison, one of the most highly regarded writers in the UK comics industry.
ACCORD’s annual Christmas event promises something for everyone.
Johnstone gets in the festive spirit as we switch on the Christmas lights in the town.
Known as the Folk Oscars, the 2017 MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards will showcase and celebrate the very best of Scottish traditional music to folk fans from across the country.
The Lesser Black-backed Gull is one of our most misunderstood birds. Using the latest in tracking technology 12 gulls have been tagged to investigate their summer and winter movements from the Clyde area.
Ho-ho-ho! The Funbox team are back for more seasonal fun with their brand new festive show SANTA’S FUNTASTIC FACTORY and are ready to make all your Christmas wishes come true!
Enjoy a wonderful evening of music from the Paisley Philharmonic choir.
A fun, festive family concert showcasing some local talent.
Dinner and live entertainment from a fantastic Frank Sinatra tribute performance followed by some Big Band music.
Paisley’s favourite comedy club returns with a top line-up of hilarious comedians, brought to you by our friends at Dead Sheep Comedy.
The fantastic cast of West-End Singers, are backed by the superb and talented swing band: The Jazz All-Stars, and they perform over 30 well known Christmas hits.
Celebrate the end of 2017 at the Festive Family Ceilidh with Clamjamfrie.
Get your engines running as 2018 moves up a gear with the first of our great, free town-centre events.
Ballet West are delighted to return to Paisley Town Hall with their brand-new production of Giselle.
Multi-award winning Tortoise in a Nutshell weave puppetry, movement and intricate design to create world class visual theatre, Fisk
It’s Victorian 1900s. A judge has allowed his jury to witness a séance to establish the guilt or innocence of the accused. James MacGregor, a medium, is on trial for the murder of his brother. This séance is James’ opportunity to prove his innocence.
Wolves explores the stories that have been told through time to different generations, from grandparents to children, keeping us all in place. How dangerous is it to stray from the path, and who is it dangerous for?
A family concert featuring the UK's top tributes to Little Mix and Ariana Grande.
Pasha Kovalev from Strictly Come Dancing and his fantastic dancers are back touring the UK with their brand new show, "The Magic of Hollywood", featuring Anya Garnis.
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