Paisley's favourite comedy club returns, brought to you by our friends at Dead Sheep Comedy, and featuring Gary Little, Gareth Mutch and Anna Devitt.
Ross Wilson sings from his acclaimed 'The Water of Leith' in a stunning show at Paisley Town Hall.
This Christmas spectacular will help you get in the festive mood with an outdoor ice rink, a Big Wheel, a continental market and the popular Nutcracker Trail.
PACE Theatre Company presents their annual Christmas pantomime. This year it's the tale of Jack and the Beanstalk starring Chris Alexander, Paul Kozinski, Euan Bennet, ...
Christmas fun at Bar Varia and Glasgow's Ice Bar.
Enjoy a meal with Santa and sledging on real snow this Christmas.
St Mirren take on Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.
Dance through the decades at one of Johnstone Town Hall's Christmas party nights. Tickets include red carpet arrival, bubbly on arrival, a three-course meal and ...
Bonkers Bingo is taking over Mecca Paisley for your Christmas stealing, bauble busting special!... And there's no sign of us stopping
A concert of classic and more modern Christmas carols, followed by mulled wine, and mince pies in the church halls.
Comedy promoters Dead Sheep Comedy present their new monthly stand-up show.
If you love the 90s and your Britpop, then we have the perfect gig for you as the brilliant 'End of a century - 90s ...
Celtic ballads from Edinburgh born singer-songwriter Ross Wilson.
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.