Category: Renfrewshire

Scottish History Stories for Children at Paisley Arts Centre

A contemporary take on Scotland’s history, written specifically for children will be performed at Paisley Arts Centre on 15 October as part of The Spree festival. Oor Scotland is storyteller Andy Cannon’s re-telling of Scotland’s history – but this is no straight and dusty history lesson. To tell this epic tale Andy will take the […]

GLASGOW AIRPORT ANNOUNCED AS ONE OF EUROPE’S FASTEST GROWING AIRPORTS

ACI EUROPE RELEASES TRAFFIC REPORT FOR AUGUST 2015   Glasgow Airport was one of Europe’s fastest growing airports in August 2015, according to European airport trade body, ACI Europe, which  released its latest traffic report today (Wednesday 7 October). The report confirmed that Glasgow Airport was the fourth fastest growing airport in its category during […]

Paisley’s culture on display

Paisley Museum is hosting a free art exhibition to celebrate the double centenary of the Paisley Art Institute collection and the gifting of the galleries by the Institute. Renfrewshire’s Provost Anne Hall welcomed invited guests to the exhibition which includes hundreds of artwork, including 100 Glasgow Boys and their mentors, which are being displayed in […]

Renfrewshire gears up to help more people get online

Help will be on hand next week for Renfrewshire residents hoping the internet can make their lives a little easier as part of Get Online Week 12 – 18 October. Local events will take place throughout the week to help more people reap the benefits of using the internet – that include saving time and […]

Paisley Pirates 13-1 win at North Ayr

In a match which bordered on farce at certain junctures, Pirates well and truly laid their Scottish Cup bogey with a 13-1 annihilation of the hosts, their first win in the competition for 9 years.   The visitors were on the front foot from the first whistle but in spite of having all the pressure […]

Nicole steps out of eating disorder nightmare with mall dance performance

A DANCE student who won her battle with an eating disorder is to tell her story in the middle of a busy shopping centre. Nicole Christie aims to show other young people they can recover from the illness with the right help and support when she speaks at an event hosted by the intu Braehead […]

In the Wake of Neil Gunn – Award-Winning Musician Mike Vass Brings Show to Paisley Arts Centre

Award-winning musician Mike Vass is bringing his remarkable show In the Wake of Neil Gunn, inspired by a journey though Scotland’s beautiful landscape, to Paisley Arts Centre on 17 October as part of The Spree festival. In the Wake of Neil Gunn is a performance inspired by a sea voyage made by author Neil Gunn […]

Volunteers sought to serve up tasty new play

Artist and performer Donna Rutherford is looking for volunteers to help ‘serve up’ her new show Broth at Paisley Arts Centre on Thursday 8 October. Part of Luminate – Scotland’s creative ageing festival – Broth explores the experiences of older people in 21st century Scotland with a series of nostalgic, true stories inspired by the […]