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Help Local Film

cleek movie

We are going to bring you updates and news of the locally made film ‘Cleek‘. The film is being made in and around Paisley and will try to involve as much local talent as possible, the producers will also try to engage as many people as they can from the Paisley community they can making this a very interesting local production..

They have just started filming and are looking to see if you can help with the following…

Props and locations

We are looking for:

  • Cover-throws for sofas,
  • Wall clock with day of the week on it
  • Art work Long White Shower Curtain
  • Answering machine or phone with one Black
  • driving gloves
  • Shot&Whiskey glasses (Without logos)
  • Blank Canvas
  • Electric knife
  • Hose
  • Whisky flask
  • Red ties
  • School books
  • Back Packs
  • Reading glasses
  • Dinner set
  • Smoke pellets
  • footstool
  • Life sized skeleton.

We are also looking for little hanging tree air fresheners, lots of them and a flat with balcony, a wet room and a church hall or community centre.

If you can help with the items or locations then please get in touch with or call 07901964455.

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A psychological thriller coming to Paisley


[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A psychological thriller coming to Paisley – ‘CLEEK’ the movie.

We are making a feature film in Paisley – filming begins in January 2015. What we’re hoping to do is let the world know just how much Paisley is changing for the better, and what better way to do it than in a film.


But to be able to afford the various costs of filming and the distribution costs to get it into cinemas, we’re crowdfunding and holding various fundraising events. So we need you to help us raise the £50,000 needed…..

The vast majority of cast and crew either live in, or have connections with Paisley.

Please follow the link to our crowdfunding campaign – for every donation over £5 made, YOU receive a perk/reward. Donations can be as much or as little as you would like and can be paid by PayPal, Credit or Debit card.

Could you also please SHARE on Facebook or Twitter and spread the word with just a click of the mouse.

Thank you,

Susan Sutton and Christina Littleson

CalyRose Productions

Crowdfunding Campaign:


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The Red Shoes – Paisley Events


Paisley Events

Please come and support this event at Paisley Arts Centre tomorrow night. Tues 23rd. It will be an interesting film and after show discussion will address film makers perspective, dance, pressures of celeb culture and ‘suicide’

red-shoes-tt0040725THE RED SHOES
Michael Powell / Emeric Pressburger, UK, 1948, 133m, U

A beautiful landmark of dance cinema, The Red Shoes is a cautionary tale about creative obsession. The film stars Dunfermline’s own Moira Shearer as an aspiring ballet dancer manipulated by a Svengali figure. One of Martin Scorsese’s favourite films, the screening will be followed by a dance performance from Reid Kerr students.

Venue Information
Paisley Arts Centre, New Street, Paisley, PA1 1EZ
Event Information
Tue 23rd
Free / No booking required – Information: 0141 887 1010
7 – 9.30pm


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Roald Dahl’s The Witches

Wicked fun with Roald Dahls’s The Witches and spellbinding activities on Saturday 14 April from 2.00pm onwards.

This adaptation of Roald Dahls much loved children’s book will be screened at Paisley Arts Centre on Sat 14 April from 2.00pm. The Witches sees a young boy, recently orphaned, taken to England by his grandmother.  At the hotel in which they are staying, a group of witches have gathered to prepare a plot to rid the world of all children.

After the film all the budding witches and warlocks in the audience can learn how to create their own spells and make their own spell book with the team at Central Library from 3.45pm – 4.30pm. Activities suitable for ages 4 – 10 years old.

“The most important thing you should know about real witches is this.  Real witches dress in ordinary clothes, and look very much like ordinary women. They live in ordinary houses, and they work in ordinary jobs” Might this be your neighbour?

The screening of Roald Dahl’s The Witches is linked to the forthcoming Quentin Blake exhibition at Paisley Museum. Blake is one Britain’s best-loved illustrators synonymous with his work with Roald Dahl.

Tickets for The Witches and post screening activities cost £3 and are available by calling 0141 887 1010 or logging onto

The Witches has a PG classification and all children under 8 years at the activities must be accompanied by an adult.

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Weaving Musical Threads

Celebrate Renfrewshire!

Its people, its history and its place in the world . . .

Part of Music Nation and the Cultural Olympiad

Enjoy a weekend showcasing the arts including music, dance, art and film

Saturday 3 March – community venues across the region

Sunday 4 March – ‘The Hub’  (Paisley Town Hall and Paisley Abbey)

Free entry to all events

 For more information see