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Tam O'Shanter's Bairns

01 Feb 2015

Tam O'Shanter's Bairns 1 Feb 2015 2:00pm and 4:00pm £8.00 / £5.00 concession East Kilbride Arts Centre

Tam O'Shanters BairnsAn enchanting tale that will draw you into the world of warlocks and witches, Fairy Queens and the struggle between good and evil.

Fourteen years after his escape from the witches at Alloa Kirk, the effects of Tam’s recklessness are still being felt. Dark forces roam the earth and the power of the witches has become stronger than ever.

The tail that was torn from Meg’s rump has become a symbol of power, which will be used by the evil ones to rule the earth.

Only two things stand in their way. Two children, Fiona and Iain. Tam’s bairns. Their plan is to enter the dark world of the witches and get the tail back for the horse.

Join them as together they embark on a perilous journey, facing demons and monsters that threaten to destroy them. Helped by The Queen of the Fairy people and her trusted piper they battle to the heart of the witches empire and take on the might of Morbidea, the High witch of Alba.

Available to book online

One Hour Performance

Time: 14:00 -

Location: East Kilbride Arts Centre

Cost: £8.00 / £5.00 concession

Happening Today, 30 Jan 2015
Art Exhibition by Gavin Robertson

Location: Chatelherault Country Park

Time: 10:00 - 17:00

Cost: Free admission

Art Exhibition by Gavin Robertson 3-30 January 2015 10am - 5pm Chatelherault Country Park

Self taught artist Gavin Robertson is celebrating his 80th birthday with an exhibition of paintings and drawings within the Visitor Centre at Chatelherault Country Park.

The forthcoming exhibition will show the range of his paintings of landscapes and seascapes, figurative pieces and portraiture.


The Polar Bears Go Wild

Location: The Town House Hamilton

Time: 10:30

Cost: £5.00

The Polar Bears Go Wild 30 Jan 2015 10:30am and 1:30pm £5.00 The Town House Hamilton

The Polar Bears Go WildGet here on your skis/snowshoes/tractor or paddle your canoe...

Brave explorers wanted to join two friendly (but slightly naughty) Polar Bears on the adventure of a lifetime. Where are they going? What will they get up to next? And have they got enough sandwiches? (Polar Bears love sandwiches, everyone knows that?)

With music, comedy and quite a lot of cheekiness, The Polar Bears Go Wild is the perfect treat for young audiences. Remember to keep a hold of your ice cream – Polar Bears are always hungry!

Suitable for: Age 5 or under.

“This lovable show scales entertaining heights for tinies!” **** The Herald

“Delightful... a triumph!” – The Stage

Tickets available at: www.sllcboxoffice.co.uk


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