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You will be able to see all these events on the calendar very shortly, Thanks once again to Mhairi Heron who updates our events for the updated list.

Friday 3rd October 2008
The Cavern Beatles, Paisley Town Hall, One of the few Beatles tribute bands to play
the entire set completely live. Ticket and information hotline 0141 887 1010.
7.30pm £14 (£12 conc)

Saturday 4th October 2008

‘Helping Others’, Kidston Hall, Old Kirk Kilmacolm.,
The Old Kirk Teams are fundraising for St Peters Church in Zimbabwe
and Water Aid in South-West Ghana. Please come along to our Table Top Sale.
Stalls include – Paperback books, cakes/baking, toys/games, pottery/glassware,
Jewellery/craftwear, plants/bulbs, jams/pickles and unwanted treasures.
Entry is free – tea and coffee will be available. 10am till 12 noon

Saturday 4th October 2008
Coffee Morning & Exhibition of Tea Towel Collection, Royal British Legion Club, Bridge of Weir,
Please come along and support the Renfrewshire & Inverclyde Branch of SSAFA Forces
Help at their Coffee Morning, and view, perhaps one of the largest, Tea Towel collections in
Scotland, kindly loaned by Mrs Monty Airs. SSAFA Forces Help is the oldest national military
charity (Founded 1885) helping serving and ex-Service men, women and their families who
are in need. All proceeds from the morning will be used to further the work carried out by
SSAFA volunteers in the Renfrewshire area. 10.30am till 1pm

Saturday 4th October 2008

Quiz & Supper Evening, Kilbarchan West Church Hall, Come along and join in the fun
and see how much you know (or don’t know!)
7.30pm £3.00

Saturday 4th October 2008
Coffee Morning, Village Centre, Kilmacolm,
Please come along and support Kilmacolm
Conservatives’ coffee morning. All will be made most welcome.
10am till 12 noon

Sunday 5th October 2008
Car Boot Sale, Bridge of Weir Car Park, Set up from 8am – £5 per car.
Contact Gordon Lethorn 01505 615992 for more details if required.
10am till 2pm

Sunday 5th October 2008
QE2 Farewell Voyage, Greenock Ocean Terminal,
Don’t miss your last opportunity to see this grand old lady of the sea as she sweeps
into her home Greenock, for one final time. Visit for further information.
Arrive 12 noon depart 10pm

Sunday 5th October 2008
Bi-Centenary Service Parish Church Bi-Centenary Celebrations
Lochwinnoch Parish Church
Dedication of the two quilted and embroidered banners by the Moderator, the Right Rev D David Lunan.

Monday 6th October 2008
Paisley Arts Centre 1pm • £2.50
Lon Chaney’s Phantom of the Opera
The original silent movie
This classic silent movie starring Lon Chaney has long been
remembered as the first thriller of its kind, with Chaney’s
make-up causing genuine horror for his 1922 audiences. Come along to
a truly unique event as we present the original director’s cut with live
accompaniment by pianist and composer, Karen MacIver.
Tea / coffee after the performance is included in the ticket price

Wednesday 8th October 2008
Lunch time Talk In the  Paisley Museum 12.20pm £free
Wildlife Crime in Scotland By Joe Connelly

Find out what role the Police Wildlife Crime Officers play in
protecting our precious wildlife.

Wednesday 8th October 2008
Paisley Arts Centre Public performance
7.30pm • £8.50 (£5 conc) Matinee performance for schools
Top Edge Productions presents Hamlet: Cut to the Bone
Adapted by Simon Rae, Starring David Keller
One man can capture the essence of Hamlet. In an astonishing,
knife-edge performance, David Keller cuts to the
heart of every character. From Hamlet’s first appearance to the final shocking
moments, this is no ordinary production. Stripped of the politics
and side-shows, yet faithful to Shakespeare’s vision, the play’s raw
passions are laid bare.
‘The condensed Hamlet: Cut to the Bone is thoroughly clear. …Actor
David Keller has great authority. **** The Scotsman
‘This performance is a really top class example of how Shakespeare
should be done.’ The Edinburgh Guide

Friday 10th October 2008
Paisley Arts Centre • 8pm • £9 (£6 conc)
Brigitte Beraha Trio – Flying Dreams
Giving a fresh take on well-known jazz standards as well as
performing their own brand of original, melodic, contemporary
jazz, Brigitte Beraha blends her unique singing style with
trumpet (Joe Auckland) and piano (Ivo Neame) to great effect.
Their music is influenced by Brigitte’s international background
and by the likes of John Surman, John Taylor, Milton
Nascimento and Hermeto Pascoal.

Saturday 11th October 2008
Paisley Arts Centre 8pm • £10 (£7.50 conc)
Carol Laula
Scotland is famed the world over for
its exports and one of its finest has to be singersongwriter
Carol Laula. Her style, falling somewhere between Joni Mitchell and Joan
Armatrading, and her ability to remain true to the raw gigging
experience has made her popular and brought her critical acclaim.
On tour is where she feels truly at home; chatting between songs and
encouraging the audience to make requests. This show is sure to be
unmissable, so book early!

Wednesday 15th October 2008
Lunch time Talk In the  Paisley Museum 12.20pm £free
The Art of the Picture Frame By Christopher Luther

Our speaker Christopher, who works at Kelvingrove Art Gallery
and Museum, will look at variousaspects of that much neglected
part of most paintings, the frame!

Wednesday 15th October 2008
Paisley Arts Centre 7.30pm • £7 (£5.00 conc)
Aleksander Kudajczyk – Piano Recital
This October sees the welcome return to the Arts Centre by
the young Pole, who is rapidly becoming a celebrity. Aleksander,
known as Olek, attended the music conservatoire in Katowice, before
emigrating to Scotland where he has made his home. Following his
successful recital in June, he will once again perform a programme
of Chopin, playing the ballades and the Polonaise “Militaire” for the first
time in Paisley.

Friday 17th October 2008
Paisley Arts Centre 7.30pm • £8.50 (£5.00 conc)
Martial Dance Company presents a double bill
The Other Yin + Yang
Choreography by Martin Robinson
Resident dance company, Right 2 Dance, will perform a curtain
raiser for this evening. This challenging but moving
contemporary dance piece see two dancers explore how women have
been defined as ‘The Other’, only significant in their differences from
men. By contrast ‘Yin + Yang’ is an explosive and dynamic fusion of
body-popping and martial arts, the very essence of Martial Dance.