Whether you’re interested in dance, theatre, live music or outdoor exploring, there’s plenty happening around town to keep you entertained this month.
Beneath and Beyond – Paisley Museum – 1 March – 15 April
Explore this unique installation by artist Stephen Hurrel taking real-time data from one hundred earthquake monitoring stations around the world. The exhibition combines art, technology and nature for an immersive audio-visual experience. See and hear the movements deep within the Earth as they are captured live by the seismic stations.
Find out more at our events section.
Lochwinnoch Arts Festival – various venues – 13 – 25 March
Celebrating its 17th anniversary, the ever popular Lochwinnoch Arts Festival. This year’s event will welcome the likes of author Christopher Brookmyre and comedians Raymond Mearns and Des Clarke. There will also be a range of craft workshops, kids activities, live music and theatre experiences.
To find out more or to book tickets visit the Lochwinnoch Arts Centre website.
Renfrewshire Astronomical Society Meetings – 23 & 30 March – 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Renfrewshire Astronomical Society weekly meetings see members and guests get together for informal chats about all aspects of astronomy, recent news and other interests. The society often have guest speakers who come along to discuss their particular field of astronomy. The guest speaker on March 23 is Bonnie Steves, Professor of Mathematical Astronomy at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Find out more with the Renfrewshire Astronomical Society.
St Mirren vs Dumbarton – Paisley 2021 Stadium – Tuesday 27 March – 7:45pm
St Mirren welcome visitors Dumbarton from across the River Clyde for a midweek league fixture at the Paisley 2021 Stadium. The Buddies will be looking to extend their lead at the top of the Scottish Championship table in what has often been a closely matched fixture between the two sides.
For tickets and more information, visit the St Mirren website.
Conan the Dragon – Paisley Arts Centre – 29 Mar – 1.30pm
Celebrating the Puppet Animation Festival, Conan the Dragon is a traditional Scottish tale about a young hero called Conan, who against all odds, manages to defeat and banish a dragon terrorizing his remote village, in a faraway, forgotten region of ancient Scotland.
Told with hand crafted puppets, striking shadow silhouettes and an original musical soundtrack, this heart-warming tale for the whole family is presented in Yugen’s unique and humorous style.
To find out more or book tickets, visit the Paisley Arts Centre box office.
Family Easter Bunny Breakfast – Dobbies Renfrew – 30 Mar – 9am – 10.30am
Enjoy a freshly cooked hot breakfast, before the little ones have fun participating in our egg-citing Easter craft activities. Kids will meet the Easter Bunny and receive a free Lindt chocolate bunny to take home and enjoy.
Plus there will also be a fancy dress competition at each Easter Bunny Breakfast. Make sure your little ones have their best bunny ears or mad hatter’s hat on to be in with a chance of winning the prize.
Easter Bunny Breakfasts are available at just £8.95 per child and £4.95 per adult from Friday 30th March until 2nd April.
To book online, visit the Dobbies website.