The National Whisky Festival – Scotland’s best celebration of all things uisge-beatha – is coming to Paisley Town Hall as part of The Spree Festival this October!
Paisley's hugely-popular music festival returns for its seventh edition with another packed programme for you - as well as plenty of free cultural activities for kids.
We've got plenty of great cultural activities to keep your wee ones entertained during the school holidays!
Expect some ghoulishly good free fun for all the family with a weekend 'spooktacular' of Halloween activities! Paisley Halloween Festival is as a must-see event - so join us in 2018 and be a part of something spooktacular!
Ice skating frolics through the wonderful world of Disney.
Disco tribute nights with the resident DJ playing hits from either the 70s and 80s or 80s and 90s. Includes three course set meal.
A day of varied drama and arts activities including: costume design and a catwalk, prop making, drama games, short film cinema experience, singing, fun and ...
Fun trivia and games beside a ski-slope in Renfrew. Hosted by James from VFE quiz nights.
Weekly theatre workshops for ages 3--21.
A frightened, starving boy and his only friend, a crow, encounter a man on the edge of society trying to forget his past. A fairy-tale ...
Martin Aelred performs Gregorian and Byzantine chants.
A blues jam for musicians with house trio Fraser John Lindsay (guitar), Charlotte Marshall (bass/vocals) and Kenny Robertson (drums)
An evening of Latin and ballroom dancing, including a two-course buffet.
NNE Proudly Presents - BE HERE NOW - Paisley's first All Day indie festival - Saturday 29th September 2018 - Paisley Town Hall.
I love Paisley right now. There are all these new bars and restaurants popping up and there is such a buzz around the place. Every time something new opens, everyone I know is eager to go and try it out. It has really changed how people feel about the town and made people want to have a night out in Paisley – something that was unheard of a few years ago.
Paisley has a good reputation with the bands – they want to play to a crowd that appreciates them and they get that here.
Paisley has seen many people come and show talent and express themselves in ways that have become renowned worldwide. It’s something the younger generation like me take a pride in – sharing streets with someone in the latest blockbuster or wearing a pattern which bears the same name as our town.