Fine foods, arts, crafts, jewellery and much more are to be found at the Fairs in both the Municipal Hall and St Mary's Hall providing a superb shopping experience and a chance to sample local handicraft and quality produce. We will also be serving teas, coffees and scrumptious home baking in St Mary's Hall.
Please note there may be a small charge for some events.
Clay flower bouquet - Create a cluster of colourful and ever cheery flowers made from paper clay. A light coloured and lightweight clay perfect for embellishing with design and pattern using coloured slips and oxides.Home baking, teas and coffees supplied...
This exhibition showcases a range of 19th
century and 20th century fashions from the museum’s costume
collection. It explores the evolution of fashion in the past two centuries in
an historical, social and cultural context.
A Night of musical mayhem and guaranteed laughs, full of Scottish and Irish traditional music played with blood curdling aggression and attitude, to soulful melodic expression, and everything in between. Humour and audience participation are key to Drouthy Neebors performances.
This is an all-day great family occassion, with all the fun of the fair! Enjoy the Food & Craft Fair with afternoon teas, and find a welcome in shops, bars and restaurants. Visit the Gasworks Museum and get a tour from a Victorian guide. Take a break and rest your feet at the free Open Mike Concert. For children, there is a wide range of events from Puppet Shows to the popular Story Trail - "The Biggar Little Giants". Look out for our Free Street Entertainment for all the family to enjoy!..
Enter the last remaining town gasworks in Scotland – the only surviving example of a once familiar sight. For more than 130 years, this industrial plant made coal gas for Biggar and beyond before the advent of natural gas in the 1960s.
See the coal fired boiler put to work and the steam driven machinery in action. Learn the secret of how gas was produced from coal from our Victorian guide on site...
A contemporary art exhibition to celebrate the Biggar Little Festival showcasing work by Christopher Nugent, Christina Woodrow, Jenny Handley, Claire Blyth, Juliette Scott, David Holmes, Jo Verity, Sheena Spacey, Becca Macdonald and many more. Wine Reception both afternoons of 26th & 27th to celebrate OPEN STUDIOS.. We look forward to welcoming you...
A photography exhibition celebrating the partnerships of twenty local couples who have a combined married life of over five hundred years. Enduring Love shares their stories of falling in love and staying in love through thick and thin...
All are welcome to come and joint this family friendly church service which has become a regular feature of Biggar Little Festival, celebrating the spiritual side of the arts.
Free Admission (offerings for the work of the church gratefully received)..
Join Scottish jazz vocalist Louise Dodds as she brings her show to the Biggar Little Festival for the first time.
Louise, who hails from Edinburgh but has enjoyed an illustrious, international career, will be backed by a band made up of some of the country's finest musicians. Expect variety, warmth and passion as well as heartfelt story-telling from one of Scotland’s finest jazz artists.
Where do all these Giants
come from? Unravel the mysteries of the
Storyteller and find the answers to The Biggar Little Giants. Have fun with us
and take part in this magical mystery tour. It’s specially tailored for accompanied
preschool and infant primary school children.
Audience participation is required!!!..
You're welcome to pop in and we will show you around our wonderful Victorian-style theatre. Guided tours start at 11am, 1.30pm & 3pm. Tearoom will be open selling lunches and cakes! The Flea Market & Book Fair is also on the same day, in the tearoom. Puppet Shop, gardens and our own car park on site...