What’s on guide – 9 November

Friday 9th November, 2018

Are you excited for the weekend? Well, you should be with these fantastic events and activities taking place in Renfrewshire over the next few days!

There’s something for everyone’s tastes, from music nights to top hockey action and theatre.

Take a look at what’s on this weekend with the Paisley.is team.


Beauty and the Beast

Trinity Theatre company return to Paisley Arts Centre with their production of the classic tale, Beauty and the Beast. The show will feature lots of local kids and adults with shows still running on Friday at 7.30pm and a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm at Paisley Arts Centre.

When: Friday 9 and Saturday 10 November

Where: Paisley Arts Centre

Check for ticket availability here (Link opens in a new browser window)



MacFloyd return to Paisley Town Hall on November 9th with their new 2018 show, Everything Under The Sun. The show will span 45 years of Pink Floyd classics, including iconic songs Wish You Were Here, The Wall and many more. Expect lights, laser displays and visual effects galore in this epic show.

When: Friday 9 November

Where: Paisley Town Hall

Find out more here (Link opens in a new browser window)



Glasgow Clan v Coventry Blaze

Glasgow Clan face off against Coventry Blaze at Braehead Arena. The Coventry Blaze are one of the league’s form teams with 8 points from the last 5 games. Clan will be looking to stop this run – so expect an action-packed, gruelling encounter on Saturday night.

When: Saturday 10 November – 7.30pm

Where: Breahead Arena

Check for ticket availability here (Link opens in a new browser window)


NNE Presents: 80’s Mania

Everybody loves an eighties classic – so don’t miss this fantastic tribute to 25 chart topping acts from the decade at this Paisley Town Hall show. You’ll see tributes to Aha, Duran Duran, Wham, Soft Cell, the Human League, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Gary Numan, Tony Hadley and more at this party style show. Plus, fancy dress is encouraged!

When: Saturday 10 November – 6pm

Where: Paisley Arts Centre

Check for tickets and availability here (Link opens in a new browser window)

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