The continuing story of John, Paul, George and Shug. Shug has got John, Paul and George working for his solar heating company as sales reps. However their sales skills are almost as bad as their shipbuilding skills and Shug’s new company is failing badly. An American multi national is taking over the company and have sent their Sales Director from the states to train up the sales staff to see if there is a future for them. The American multi national has already started the downsizing process by making some of the existing staff redundant, namely Glen, Gary and Ross.
Can John, Paul, George and Shug learn to Always Be Closing or will they Always Be Clowning
By John Hughes
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...
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..
Author Rosemary Goring and poet Gerda Stevenson in conversation, by invitation of Atkinson-Pryce Books
Rosemary Goring’s book Scotland: Her Story and Gerda Stevenson’s poetry anthology Quines both look afresh at some of the remarkable women who helped shape Scotland. Come and hear what will be a fascinating discussion between these two remarkable women...