Friday 27th October

Friday 27th October
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A Mass of Brass

A lively evenings entertainment from three local bands, Coalburn Bronze Band, Coalburn Intermediate Band and Leadhills Silver Band. If you love Brass, Don't Miss It!..

Biggar Little Beer Festival 2017 New 2-3 Days

Biggar Little Beer Festival 2017

Biggar little beer festival is in it’s third year at the CAMRA Glasgow and West of Scotland pub of the year, The Crown Inn Biggar. This year a total of 40 real ales will be showcased with the emphasis being our great local breweries such as Broughton, Stewarts, Strathaven, Freewheelin’ Peebles, Campervan and many more. Festival starts Thursday night each weekend and finishes Sunday night. Casks start flowing 6pm Thursday and from midday Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Craft beers and ciders also showcased to make this a festival not to be missed...

Biggar Little Cinema  'La La Land' 2-3 Days

Biggar Little Cinema 'La La Land'

Biggar Little Cinema are delighted to bring to the Festival the screening of 'La La Land' the 2016 award winning American comedy romance starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone which gained 6 Oscars, 5 Baftas and 6 Golden Globe Awards.  ..

Claire Wilson Art Exhibition at Daisy Frame  2-3 Days

Claire Wilson Art Exhibition at Daisy Frame

Claire is a local, young self taught graphite pencil artist. Having been brought up in the farming industry the focus of her artwork is farm animals, wildlife and pet portraits through commission work. Claire spends 6 months of the year working for a Livestock Artificial Breeding Company and is also heavily involved in Sheering Sheep in Norway and New Zealand…all of which increases her passion for drawing through meeting many potential clients and their animals from all corners of the world. Join us 10 to 4pm daily from the 19th to 29th October where you can enjoy some refreshments while you browse Claire’s original drawings, limited edition prints and wide selection of homeware that is all for sale...

Dancing Light Gallery Festival Exhibition 2-3 Days

Dancing Light Gallery Festival Exhibition

An exhibition of art celebrating the Biggar Little Festival.Lead Artist Amy Marshall returns to the gallery for the first time since relocating from Biggar to Fort William. We are delighted that she has agreed to exhibit with us in what will be an exciting mix of styles and techniques. Throughout the festival enjoy some refreshments while you browse the art by Amy Marshall, Grace Cameron, Hannah Longmuir, Dionne Sievewright, Sheena Christie, Claire Beattie, Neil Pettie, Linda Lewin, Val Ferguson and many many more. We look forward to welcoming you...

Living on the Land 2-3 Days

Living on the Land

An exhibition of photography and poetry celebrating nature, the seasons and the farming community who live on the land in and around Crawfordjohn. A collaboration between artist Carol Taylor and published writer Dee Yates, with film contributions from David Barton. Limited edition Giclee prints, framed and unframed, with accompanying poetry; greetings cards; books of photographs and poetry, and aerial films of local landscape. All proceeds of sales to Crawfordjohn Heritage Venture, a registered museum which highlights the rural history of the area. (Charity No. SC030012). Funding support by Biggar and Upper Clydesdale Museum and Clyde Wind Farm.All welcome. Preview Sunday 3-5pm. 1st October. Free Admission..

Street Gallery - The World of Work 2-3 Days

Street Gallery - The World of Work

Street Gallery featuring art work from Biggar Primary and High School  pupils focussing on The World of Work.   ..

The Art in Architecture 2-3 Days

The Art in Architecture

Biggar Little Festival Guest Artist Jennifer Court will be showcasing her work at Biggar Corn Exchange during the Festival. Throughout her life Jennifer Court has been fascinated by medieval and religious architecture, and dedicates her time to exploring the complexities, idiosyncrasies and history found within such structures. Her pen drawings celebrate the character and stories contained in the facades of these historic buildings through unique detail and realism...