As a multi-million
selling recording artist with an equally impressive Olivier Award winning
acting career, Barbara Dickson OBE has firmly established herself as one of the
most enduring and popular artistes in Britain today.Rab’s continuing reputation as one of Scotland's
finest singer-songwriters and Barbara’s skills as an interpreter of new and
traditional songs provide an enviable platform for this unique show. The pair share
common ground with their respect for artists such as Dylan, Beatles and the
Everly Brothers which when mixed with their experiences of the folk revival of
the 1960s and beyond, create a stage show they are keen to share – and are
delighted to be ‘going on the road’ together.
Japanese Stab Bound notebooks
Bookbinding is a great skill that appeals to everyone and can be transferred to many other crafts!
In this workshop, learn how to make your own set of beautiful three notelets using simple traditional book binding tools and techniques.
All materials provided. Suitable for beginners, no previous experience needed. Suitable for age 14 years & over.
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...
Have you already mastered the basics of free motion machine embroidery? Or perhaps you have already attended one of Patricia’s workshops at Biggar Stitches. Then this is the perfect workshop to develop your skills further by making a tea light lantern. You will have practice time before you get down to designing and stitching your lantern. Before you head home you will construct your lantern, ready to illuminate with the tea light provided. Lots of tea/coffee and biscuits will help make a successful sewing project.
All materials, equipment and sewing machine provided. Please bring lunch.
Places limited to 4
Tickets from Patricia on 07818055068
email: email@example.com or www.patriciawesttextileartist.co.uk..
An exhibition of new original oil paintings
inspired by the beautiful local landscape of Douglas and Angus Estate. Carol is
a former lecturer & graduate of Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal
College of Art, London. Her painting Studio & Gallery is adjacent to the
Scrib Tree and is also open during the BLF Open Studios Trail, where you can
browse through a variety of her recent artwork.
The Scrib Tree offers a relaxed atmosphere where
you can view the exhibition while enjoying a dining experience from breakfast
through lunch and on Friday evenings, a “Supper Club”. Their “Local Larder”,
event celebrates our local and regional produce showcasing the quality food and
drink offering available from this charming..
Another adventure from the famous pair. This time Panda finds an unusual basket. Who does it belong to? Where did it come from? We’ll have to wait and see!
They visit the circus, where they meet two funny geese called Jiffy and Jaffy, and Sugar the dancing horse. There are many songs for you to join in and lots of fun too!
Especially for ages 1-7 years
Tickets available from the Puppet Theatre on 01899 220631 or www.purvespuppets.com...
Date: Sat 12, Tue 15, Fri 18, Sat 19 & Sat 26 October
"Felt like a spa day for my brain!"
Stone carving is engaging, fun, challenging and therapeutic ! This one day workshop introduces participants to stone carving techniques using hand tools. The workshop is held in a warm, well equipped studio near Broughton. No experience necessary.Suitable for age 16 plus. Price includes all materials, teas, coffees and home baking. Places limited, please contact Susheila on 01899 830443/07760 202003 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book...
New music for an old market. ”Hawfaperrashoos” “Haw hen you hen in your nice tweed coat ! Come and see what I’ve got”
Following last years sell out production “ A Dose of Blushes”. Tram Direct returns with the iconic “Paddy’s Flea Market” brought back to life in true “ Parliamo Glesga “ style. Controversially shut down by Glasgow City Council in 2009 it was the end of an era for generations of Glaswegians. Full of real patter and Glesga characters. It is a hilariously poignant, nostalgic trip down memory lane.
“A show that does Glasgow proud”
“A heart warming and heart -breaking drama”
Written by Paul Moore
Directed by Isobel Barrrett
Original music by Michael McEneny