Paisley Town Hall has now closed its doors as part of Renfrewshire Council’s £100m investment in Paisley town centre venues and cultural infrastructure over the next few years.
A sell-out Festive Family Ceilidh on 28 December was the last event before the doors closed until the Town Hall reopens in 2021 as a major venue attracting events and people to the town.
The building will receive a £22 million internal refurbishment to become one of the landmark entertainment venues in the West of Scotland. The redesign will broaden the range of events the town hall can offer, and transform the performance facilities and visitor experience, as well as improved catering and conference facilities, better physical access, and replacement of the mechanical and electrical systems.
Paisley Town Hall has been at the heart of life in the town for the past 140 years – this revamp is aimed at keeping it that way for the future.
Many regular events will be relocated to other venues looked after by Renfrewshire Leisure, including Johnstone and Renfrew Town Halls and Tweedie Hall in Linwood. More information is available at www.renfrewshireleisure.com