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Welcome to Biggar Little Festival

A family-friendly festival in the historic market town of Biggar - a small town at large!

Join us to celebrate music, dance, arts and crafts, literature, and drama. Biggar will be filled with an eclectic programme of workshops, exhibitions, children's events, performances, a craft and food fair, and festival clubs.

Discover what brought well-known performers such as Ian Rankin, Kevin Bridges, Old Blind Dogs, Fred McCauley and Alexander McCall Smith to the festival in previous years.

Take your pick from more than 50 events spread across 10 days in October. Many events are free!

So start planning your visit to the Biggar Little Festival now!

The Festival Blog

Tickets 2019

Tickets 2019

bamfordn 10/04/2019 0
TICKETS FOR 2019's BIGGAR LITTLE FESTIVAL.........will go on Sale in August. Please check nearer the time for details.  Go to the What's On pages, click on the events of your choice and press Buy Tickets. This year we're using a new e-ticketing supplier and, once purchased, the tickets will be delivered to your email Inbox. The e-mail will have details of all tickets ordered so please keep the e-mail and present at each event if you have booked multiple tickets. You can choose to print your tick...
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Kind Donation - Norma Love 2019

Kind Donation - Norma Love 2019

Tracey 21/03/2019 0
The trustees and committee of Biggar Little Festival would like to pass on their sympathies to the family of Norma Love, who passed away on the 1st January 2019. She unfortunately had cancer and was looked after by friends and family prior to being admitted to The Kello Hospital Biggar a few days prior to her death.Norma was keen supporter of Biggar Little Festival who gave up her time to volunteer in our box office for a number of years. She was always warm and friendly and made all visitors to...
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