Paisley Arts Centre

Did you know that Paisley Arts Centre was originally built in 1738 and was a place of worship for almost 250 years?

Formerly the Laigh Kirk ( built by the town council nearly 250 years ago as Paisley’s first post-Reformation church), the building has played host to arts events since 1987.

Paisley Arts Centre is now considered one of Scotland’s most vibrant and exciting venues, hosting some of the country’s biggest names with a year-round programme of comedy, dance, drama, music, theatre and family events.

Take a tour of the historic grounds of the Arts Centre with this video!

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