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Events in South Lanarkshire

Our events list is maintained by South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture.

Carluke Roller Disco - March 2015

Date: 27 January 2015
Location: Carluke Leisure Centre

Cost: Adult £6.50, Child £3.60, Free with ACE membership

Carluke Leisure Centre Roller Disco

Carluke Leisure Centre Roller Disco

27 March 2015

6.15pm and 7.45pm

Adult £6.50, Child £3.60, Free with ACE membership.

Skate hire £2.05

For more information please call 01555 751384

Tam O'Shanter's Bairns

Date: 1 February 2015
Location: East Kilbride Arts Centre

Cost: £8.00 / £5.00 concession

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

Comic Book Workshops Featuring Garry Mac

Date: 2 February 2015
Location: East Kilbride Arts Centre

Cost: £30.00 for four weeks / £20.00 concession

Comic book workshopsGarry Mac is an illustrator, comic book creator and workshop facilitator. He is currently hard at work creating a short animation for this year's LGBT History Month Cultural Commission.

Come along to the workshops and join Garry throughout February to explore mental health.

Mental health is often treated with silence, not talked about, or hidden from view. In this series of workshops, we'll explore using poster art to SHOUT about mental health in glorious colour and illustration. Comic artist and illustrator Garry Mac will help you to design bold posters using text and illustration to show that mental health is something we should ALL be talking about!

For anyone aged 16+, no experience required, although bring whatever skills you have!

Minecraft Club

Date: 5 February 2015
Location: Biggar Library

Cost: £1.50 (inc. juice and biscuit)

Minecraft Club

Please join our new Minecraft Club and come along and create, design and share your ideas every Thursday between 4pm and 5pm. Juice and a biscuit included.

Date: Thursdays from 5 Feb - 26 Mar 2015

Time: 4:00pm-5:00pm

Cost: £1.50 (inc. juice and biscuit)

Venue: Biggar Library

Harry Potter Night

Date: 5 February 2015
Location: Rutherglen Library

Cost: £1.50 admission

Harry Potter Night

Get sorted into your houses by the sorting hat then enjoy a fun filled night playing Harry Potter themed games.

For further information call 0141 613 5380.

Fur Coat and Magic Knickers

Date: 6 February 2015
Location: East Kilbride Arts Centre

Cost: £9.00 / £7.00 (concession)

Fur Coat and Magic KnickersOne woman Comedy Drama by multi award winning playwright Rona Munro.

One actress, 3 characters, a compulsive shopping pensioner out of control, a personal shopper who just has to sell and … with a hot date looming for her daughter’s wedding, we have a Mum who even recycles the recycled toilet paper (only joking!).

Laughter and tears from the award winning duo actress Fiona Knowles and playwright Rona Munro.

The duo who brought you the record selling shows Sex & Chocolate, Women on the Verge of a T Junction, Stick Granny on the Roofrack and Secrets & Lies and DIY!

Available to book online

Adventures in Neverland

Date: 7 February 2015
Location: East Kilbride Arts Centre

Cost: £8.00 / £5.00 concession

Adventures in Neverland‘Stage Right Theatre Schools’ take on JM Barrie’s classic tale of the boy who never grew up.

“So come with me, where dreams are born, and time is never planned. Just think of happy things, and your heart will fly on wings, forever, in Never Never Land!”

Available to book online

Martin Stepek: Developing Wellbeing in an Uncertain World

Date: 7 February 2015
Location: Hamilton Town House Library

Cost: Martin Stepek event is free. £1.50 covers tea / coffee

Martin StepekBreathing Space is a free, confidential phone and web based service for people in Scotland experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety.

In order to raise awareness of this service Hamilton Town House Library will host a talk and Mindfulness session by Martin Stepek entitled “Developing Wellbeing in an Uncertain World”.

Martin will demonstrate and explain some simple techniques to help cope with the pressures of modern life and will talk about the concept of ‘Mindfulness’, illustrating how it can be applied in real-life situations. Places are limited, so contact Hamilton Town House Library on 01698 452122 now to book your place.

There is a small charge per entry of £1.50 for refreshments however Martin makes no charge for this talk.

For more information on this release, contact: Sarah Liddell / Irene Bent on 01698 452122, or email

Local History Photograph Display

Date: 7 February 2015
Location: Cambuslang Library

Cost: Free

Local HistoryCulmination of Old Photographs Display of Cambuslang Area. A Brew 'n' Banter.

Edward Boyle, local historian, and members of Cambuslang Heritage Group will be here. Why not come along and share your memories of old Cambuslang.

All welcome.

Tea Dance with John Findlay

Date: 11 February 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £2.50

John Findlay provides the live music for our series of tea dances with a mixture of sequence and ballroom to suit all tastes.

Tea and biscuits provided

Tracing Your Military Ancestors

Date: 13 February 2015
Location: Cambuslang Library

Cost: Free

Trace your military ancestors

Cambuslang Library are having a taster session on Tracing Your Military Ancestors.

The Librarian from the Heritage Centre in Rutherglen Library will be here to lead the session and give people advice on the websites to access for relevant information.

Rutherglen Town Hall Wedding Open Day

Date: 18 February 2015
Location: Rutherglen Town Hall

Cost: Free admission

Rutherglen Town Hall Wedding Open EveningGetting Hitched…..?

Rutherglen Town Hall would like to invite you to our wedding open evening on Wednesday 18th February between 3pm – 8pm.

Come along and see the Town Hall in all its wedding glory and speak to one of our experienced wedding co-ordinators about your wedding plans.

Look out for special promotions on the day.

For more information, please call 0141 613 5700 or email

The Memphis Belles

Date: 27 February 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £14.00 / £12.00

The Memphis BellesWith determination, dedication and drive, The Memphis Belles have managed to create this amazing group, performing all those favourites songs that stir your emotions. The Belles are an inspiration to watch and listen to with their amazingly authentic costumes, original dance routines and a few extra surprises thrown in!

No matter your age, you are guaranteed a wonderful night with these beautiful Belles!

Tickets available via

Horse - The Rise Tour

Date: 13 March 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £18.50 / £16.50

Horse - The Rise TourFresh from her tour in Australia, the premiere of her work, The Diamond Speaks, at Celtic Connections and, after this show, heading to the USA, highlights just how much she continues to be in demand.

With the full band in tow, it’s a welcome return to the town where Horse grew up - making it that little bit special. She brings with her, new songs towards her 10th album, tracks from ‘the Diamond Speaks’ and of course the songs which have become Horse classics.

Effortlessly, she has developed into one of Scotland’s most thrilling and affecting performers.

Tickets available via

Arts in the Park

Date: 15 March 2015
Location: Chatelherault Country Park

Cost: Free

Arts in the ParkArts in the Park is one of our events for this our tenth Young at Heart Festival. While the festival is aimed at the over 50s, Arts in the Park will bring together all generations as they celebrate the arts and have a fund day out at Chatelherault Country Park.

The day will comprise an arts and crafts fair, brooch making and quilling workshops, a children's arts and crafts workshop, a floral demonstration, a recital by Spencer Strachan duo and Bookbug on a Bus. There will also be cream teas for Mothering Sunday.

A fun day out for all the family.

Download the leaflet here.

Tea Dance with John Findlay

Date: 16 March 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £2.50

John Findlay provides the live music for our series of tea dances with a mixture of sequence and ballroom to suit all tastes.

Tea and biscuits provided

This tea dance is part of the Young at Heart Festival 2015.

Classic Film Screening - Calamity Jane

Date: 17 March 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £6.00 / £4.00

Calamity JaneCalamity Jane, the famous Wild West themed film musical released in 1953, sees Doris Day at her best as the roughest, toughest, rootin'-tootin' gal of the Wild West! Riding, roping and shooting her way through a jamboree of action, the musical features hit songs such as The Deadwood Stage, Secret Love and The Black Hills of Dakota. Based on the real life Wild West heroine, Calamity Jane, the film includes the romance between the leading lady and the legendary Wild Bill Hickok, played by Howard Keel, in the American Old West.

Don’t miss your chance to see the highly popular Oscar winning musical on the big screen.

Tickets available via

Afternoon Tea with Alastair MacDonald

Date: 19 March 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £6.00

Afternoon Tea with Alastair MacDonaldNeeding no introduction to many, Alastair is one of Scotland's favourite showbiz personalities. A highly talented international performer, singer, song-writer, recording artist and broadcaster, Alastair is at home in a jazz club, folk club, variety show…or in Lanark Memorial Hall! His concert programme can vary from a Scottish historical ballad and humorous music hall ditty to a Gaelic lament and a hand clapping American Gospel song. Not mere versatility for its own sake, but rather a genuine desire to share some of the very best songs and personal favourites.

Come along and enjoy tea and a cake in the company of a Scottish showbiz legend!

Dean Park

Date: 20 March 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £10.00

Dean ParkEnjoy an evening with one of Scotland’s most well known entertainers, Dean Park, as he celebrates 40 years in show business.

Not only is Dean one of Scotland’s top comedians, he shall also be singing favourites from the era of the Big Bands, Motown, Country Music and Sinatra.

For an evening guaranteed to entertain, don’t hesitate to get your tickets now!!!

Tickets available via

Soul Nation - Dancing in the Aisles

Date: 21 March 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £15.00

Soul NationYou’ve paid for a seat but there won’t be much sitting down when the joyful, dynamic energy of Scotland’s own Soul Nation voices hit the stage. All the greatest singalong soul anthems from the past 40 years, combined with our Nation’s finest young talented vocalists are going to rock you to your Scottish core. In Scotland, singing at a house party is a great tradition. Let Soul Nation invite you to the biggest house party to hit the road this year. 

Fresh from performing at some of the biggest venues such as Murrayfield Stadium for the Scottish Rugby team, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for The Big Big Sing, and Party at the Palace, these joyful voices and high energy performers are sure to have you dancing in the aisles.

Tickets available via

Our House

Date: 25 March 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £12.00 / £10.00 concession / £35.00 family

Our HouseLanark Amateur Musical Society return to Lanark Memorial Hall with their production of Our House. Following in the footsteps of many so called “jukebox musicals, Our House, billed as “The London love story” is the 'Madness musical' set to all your favourite hits from the London Ska band including ‘It must be love’, ‘House of fun’, ‘Our House’, ‘Baggy trousers’ and more!

Written by Tim firth and with lyrics by Madness, the original production opened in London’s West End in 2002.

I Will Survive

Date: 27 March 2015
Location: Village Theatre East Kilbride

Cost: £12.00

I Will SurviveInsideout Productions Proudly Present I WILL SURVIVE, the new hit Musical comedy.

Insideout productions are back from last year’s sell out tour of Scotland.

As long as we know how to love we know we’ll stay alive…

The love of great friends and a good night out can be powerful in mending a broken heart. Remind yourself just how true this is with tickets to this brilliant new musical comedy.

Starring a first class cast, it features popular songs from the 70s, 80s and 90s and a whole bundle of laughs, taking you on a journey of love, loss and surviving it all...

Available to book online

Jimmy Cricket Laugher show with Special Guest Matt Ramsay

Date: 28 March 2015
Location: Village Theatre East Kilbride

Cost: £10.00 / £5.00 under 16's

Jimmy CricketThe nation’s favourite Irish Comedian, Jimmy Cricket, is set to bring his hilarious comedy show to East Kilbride this March.

For one night only, Jimmy will arrive equipped with one-liners galore, sprinkled with visual comedy, and aimed at all the family.

On offer is a comedy master class delivered by a consummate and legendary entertainer everyone has come to love.

And there’s more: tickets for Jimmy’s visit will be kept at the amazingly affordable price of £10.00 and £5.00 for under 16’s, as he strives to offer the best in entertainment at an incredibly attractive price.

So for granny or grandson alike, Jimmy Cricket will be the perfect opportunity to truly test that laughter is the best medicine!

Available to book online

Butterfly Kiss

Date: 2 April 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £12.00 / £11.00

Butterfly KissFair Pley present Butterfly Kiss, written and directed by Dave Anderson.

A Punch and Judy stall on a Scottish seaside front.

An older guy, who might be a Punch and Judy exponent, or just somebody reminiscing about a time in his life when you could see such things on a Scottish seafront?

We don't know. What we do know is that this Punch and Judy stall is a magic box, full of characters from the old guy's childhood, and perhaps from his story between then and now.

He's remembering a particular summer, 1960, when he was 15 years old. He's still a child, but is going through the kind of boy-to-man stuff we all recognise; he's already disillusioned with Elvis, for betraying his Poor-White-Trash roots, his Girl-Back-Home is going off him for an older (16-year-old) guy, and his parents have dragged him off on holiday. In 1960 the old guy remembers, all things American were cool. Eisenhower was the President ("I Like Ike!"), and luckily, in light of the Elvis disappointment, there was Ray Charles and Chuck Berry and Bobby Darin...

A message in a bottle is washed up on the beach. People have jobs, making things. There’s only one TV channel, to which only some people have access.

A look at life in the 1960s and a chance to reminisce about all that has changed over the decades.

"The show as a whole is extraordinarily moving and powerful..." ****The Scotsman

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Johnny Cash

Date: 3 April 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £18.50

Johnny CashThe Johnny Cash Roadshow, the only show to be endorsed by the Cash family, is a musical adventure unrivalled by any other that truly celebrates the career of the music legend that is Johnny Cash.

Fronted by singer/songwriter Clive John and played out in front of an amazing video back drop featuring images and shots from Johnny Cash’s personal life, the musical talent of Johnny Cash is recreated with astounding accuracy, truly capturing the essence of what it was like to be at a real Cash show!

The show takes the audience from the 1950s right up to 2002 - and all the stops in between – with greatest hits such as Ring of Fire, Walk the Line and the iconic Johnny and June duets! All the while accompanied by an amazing video back drop with evocative images and shots from Johnny Cash’s life.

‘Clive’s resemblance is uncanny’ – Roseanne Cash (Johnny Cash’s daughter)

‘Would have been top billing in Vegas’ ***** (Southport Theatre & Convention Centre)

‘What an amazing show, you could have sworn that Johnny Cash was there with you’ ***** (The Ironworks, Inverness)

Tickets available via

Pips and Panda meet Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Date: 7 April 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £5.00

Pips and PandaIn this Pips and Panda show, they find themselves meeting the three bears: Daddy Bear, Mummy Bear and silly Baby Bear! Panda finds himself flying through the air with Goldilocks' kite and dancing with two frogs! Lots of laughter, fun and songs to sing along to! An amazing performance which keeps everyone entertained.

Children, Mums and Dads can meet the puppets afterwards. A truly spectacular show! Bring along your panda or monkey toy!!

'Beautiful sound of lots of children bubbling with laughter at the slapstick onstage' (

Exciting ultraviolet performance for ages 1-6.

Tickets available via

Mamma Mia

Date: 10 April 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £6.00

Mamma MiaGet your dancing shoes on and join us for a 70’s style dance-along to the big screen version of Mama Mia which tells an enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship.

The night starts with everyone joining in with a warm-up, led by your host Chris JS Wilson, to learn some funky dance moves to some of ABBA’s greatest songs. Then the screening begins and everyone joins in at the right moments, breaking into a huge 'shakedown' for the finale. Dance along to hit numbers including Dancing Queen, Mama Mia and Super Trouper.

Dig out your best retro outfit, big up your hair and groove on down to Lanark Memorial Hall for a fantastic night out!
Feel free to dress up in style.

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Brassed Off

Date: 11 April 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £6.00

Brassed OffYou’ve all heard of Sing-Along movies screenings (we’ve done some here already!) - so to mark the 30th anniversary of the end of the miner’s strike in 1985, we’re staging our first ‘Play-Along’ movie with a special screening of Brassed Off.

Staring Tara Fitzgerald and Ewan McGregor, the film tracks the troubles faced by a colliery brass band, through the miner’s strike and the subsequent closure of their pit. The soundtrack for the original film was provided by the famous Grimethorpe Colliery Band, and the plot is indeed based on Grimethorpe's own struggles against pit closures.

The film was very positively received for its role in promoting brass bands and their music so we’re calling out to all brass players to come along and join members of one of Scotland’s top brass bands, The Kirkintilloch Band and local heroes, The Coalburn Silver Band to come along on the day and “Play Along” with some of the great music along with the film.

Tickets can either be booked for players to join in the play-along or for audience members who simply wish to come along and see the classic film on the big screen together with live music.

(Please state whether you are a player or audience member when booking)

Chicken Licken

Date: 14 April 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £5.00 performance, £5.00 workshop

chicken lickenDNA Puppetry and Visual Theatre presents Chicken Licken.

A baby chick is born and thinks the sky is falling down. On the way to tell the King, she meets Henny Penny, Ducky Lucky & Turkey Lurkey, but there's a shocking surprise! Chicken Licken grows up to be the Little Red Hen and asks her friends to help her make bread, but no one wants to play! Mixed into this recipe of food, puppets and music is the story of Little Red Hen and the sly Foxy Loxy. Will she outwit him and save her stuffing?

There will also be an exciting puppet making workshop after the show! Children will be able to create their favourite character from the show from materials supplied…and then bring it to life!! See your creation come to life on the stage set in a ‘Parade of Poultry’ in front of the audience!

ELO Again

Date: 17 April 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £15.00

ELO AgainBritish rock group, The Electric Light Orchestra, epitomised the 70s with their unique symphonic rock style and unforgettable classics. Pop masterpieces such as Mr Blue Sky, Livin’ Thing, Sweet Talking Woman, Shine a Little Love, Don’t Bring Me Down…to name just a few. Now you can re-live the amazing sounds of the Electric Light Orchestra in the form of the World’s Number One tribute show - ELO Again.

Together they have re-created the sound of the Electric Light Orchestra and will have you rocking in the aisles and re-living your musical heritage in this fantastic production which can entertain any audience. Accurately performing all the great ELO classics, ELO Again brings you an evening of phenomenal music, showing why the music of ELO has stood the test of time!!

Tickets available via

The New Jersey Boys

Date: 18 April 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £15.50 / £13.50

The New Jersey BoysBack to Lanark Memorial Hall by popular demand, don’t miss the chance to see “The New Jersey Boys” show – a must see for any fan of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons!

Performed and narrated by The FX Band, the vocal harmonies in this show are at the very least PERFECT! Immaculate costumes add to the professionalism of this outfit where the hits from this magical time in music are performed with ease and absolute perfection. The show will feature all the favourite hits by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons including: Oh What a Night; Walk Like a Man; Big Girls Don’t Cry; Sherry and many many more…

For a fantastic night of quality music, do not miss this show!

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The Devil Wears Primark

Date: 24 April 2015
Location: Village Theatre East Kilbride

Cost: £14.00 / £12.00 concession

The Devil Wears PrimarkRubber Ear Productions presents The Devil Wears Primark, by Kathleen Ruddy.

Centred around a dementedly unbalanced London Greek-Cypriot family coming together to ‘celebrate’ the imminent award of an MBE for their controlling matriarch, whose questionable radio sex therapy advice extends to members of her own family – whether they want it or not.

However things are not quite as they seem for Athenoulla Georgiou: her husband was a closet cross-dresser with post-war traumatic stress disorder, her daughter can barely communicate and her vengeful prodigal son flaunts a Turkish travelling circus performer (played by Starlight Express star Penni Tovey) in front of her in an effort to try and push the entire dysfunctional mess right over the edge.

Well known as a playwright, writer, director and actress, Kathleen Ruddy returns with a subject all women will recognise: The mother-in-law.

A guaranteed great night out for daughter-in-laws everywhere!

Available to book online

A Song and a Sip

Date: 2 May 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £12.00

A Song and a SipInsideout Productions proudly presents A Song and a Sip.

Join a first class professional cast as they take you on the best of musical theatre from West End to Broadway. The performance features songs from hit musicals such as Les Miserables, Wicked, Grease and many more.

Tickets include the songs and a sip – a glass of wine or soft drink of your choice on arrival! – and if that isn’t enough…we’ll even throw in a sandwich making this a lunchtime performance not to be missed!

Tea Dance with John Findlay

Date: 13 May 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £2.50

John Findlay provides the live music for our series of tea dances with a mixture of sequence and ballroom to suit all tastes.

Tea and biscuits provided


Date: 15 May 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £20.00 / £18.00

ShowaddywaddyOne of Europe’s most successful ever exponents of retro-inspired music – SHOWADDYWADDY rock and roll into Lanark for a night of music not to be missed.

With 23 Top 40 hit singles, 15 massive selling albums, the 1978 Christmas Number 1, over 50 Top of the Pops performances and a special request from the Queen Mother to meet them after a Royal Variety performance – Showaddywaddy are acclaimed all over the world!!!

Formed on 1st September 1973, Showaddywaddy are celebrating over 40 incredible years of music proving that rock & roll truly is alive and kicking in the hands of this amazing band.

Tickets available via

Joe McElderry in Concert

Date: 21 May 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £16.00

Joe McElderryX-FACTOR winner Joe McElderry is hitting the road with a brand new show after the sell-out success of last year’s nationwide tour. The Evolution Tour showcases Joe’s renowned versatility which has won him a unique fan base. But it is Joe’s sheer energy and vitality which carry the show – and the audience into the night with a sense of elation.

The Evolution Tour features new numbers and new routines which will entertain his fans, old and new. His unmistakable voice, easy wit and warm rapport have endeared him to all ages from 5 to 95 and his loyal band of fans made 2014’s 60-gig Set Your Soul Alive tour a major hit.

Whether he’s singing a pop hit, or stunning the audience into silence with Opera, Joe has evolved from boy crooner to the master of his craft since winning X-Factor in 2009.

The Evolution Tour shows Joe is still an ever growing talent.

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The Bag Rockers

Date: 23 May 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £12.00 / £10.00

The Bag RockersMusic in Lanark and Lanark Memorial Hall presents The Bag Rockers plus special guests Reely Jiggered.

Music in Lanark, in partnership with Lanark Memorial Hall, are proud to present an evening of traditional Scottish music…with a twist!!! Featuring two of Scotland’s top folk entertainers this is a night not to be missed!

Reely Jiggered, 02 ABC Winners of SoundWave Music Competition 2014, are bursting with talent, alive with creativity and live to perform. They are inspired by Celtic Folk music, intrigued by World beats and melodies and drawn to an interesting and unique fusion of funk, rock, pop and jazz taking folk music to new heights. Reely Jiggered have showcased their phenomenal talent at festivals all over the world including prestigious Scottish festivals such as Celtic Connections and the Edinburgh Fringe.

And as if that wasn’t enough, your evening ends with a spectacular performance from The Bag Rockers! The Bag Rockers have introduced a modern twist to traditional Scottish music, with their tongue-in-cheek, high energy performances, gaining them an outstanding reputation as one of the most entertaining acts on the corporate circuit.

Playing from Kiev to Kuala Lumpur and lots of places in-between, no one can resist the freshness and warmth of The Bag Rockers!

Colin Fry - Inspired by Spirit

Date: 29 May 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £17.50

Colin FryBeing one of the World’s most recognised Spiritualist Mediums and Healers, Colin’s TV series ‘6th Sense’ has now been broadcast worldwide for 12 years - making his public performances an International demand.

This year’s tour will once again see Colin Fry bring his own unique form of uplifting comfort to ordinary people living ordinary lives, proving he is very much the Peoples Medium.

Please note that evenings of mediumship are not scientifically proven and are presented for education and entertainment purposes only.

Tickets available via

Aly and Phil

Date: 30 May 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £15.00 / £13.00

Aly and PhilAly and Phil, two of Scotland’s most acclaimed traditional musicians, take to the road once again, following a year of awards and chart success, to delight audiences across Scotland with their masterful, versatile and amusing performances. They have now been leading us in the dance on BBC’s live Hogmanay show for two decades. October 2013 saw the legendary folk duo receive the Sunday Mail Great Scot Award’s ‘Lifetime Achievement Award.

They have become a national institution with their incomparable mastery of fiddle and accordion, bringing excellence in traditional music to venues across the country. Individually they pursue other ventures in performance, television and education. It is when they tour together that they truly shine with over quarter of a century of well-honed skills and hilarious banter delighting audiences everywhere.

Both Aly and Phil have ‘many other strings to their bow!’

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Carluke Roller Disco - June 2015

Date: 12 June 2015
Location: Carluke Leisure Centre

Cost: Adult £6.50, Child £3.60, Free with ACE membership

Roller Disco

Carluke Leisure Centre
Roller Disco
12 June 2015
£6.15pm and 7.45pm
Adult £6.50, Child £3.60, Free with ACE membership

Call 01555 751384 for further information


Date: 13 June 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £10.00 / £36.00 family ticket

FunboxFormer stars of the ever popular Singing Kettle, Kevin, Gary and Anya are coming to Lanark Memorial Hall with their brand new show ‘FUNBOX’!!! In one of the first Scottish tour dates of what is sure to be a nationwide smash, the ‘Fancy Dress Fun’ show from these gifted entertainers is sure to have you singing and clapping along to your favourite songs!!!

The magical funbox contains everything you need to sing a song and have an adventure, but it’s locked tight, and won’t open until you find the special keys to open it up. Where could those keys be hiding though? Can you help to find them all? With crazy characters and dress-up fun; everyone can help out in this truly interactive adventure. They’ll also be joined by their old chum Bonzo the Dog - visiting Lanark for the first time.

Family favourite singalong songs like; The Grand Old Duke of York, Ye Cannae Shove Yer Granny Aff a Bus, The Music Man, My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean and The Quartermaster’s Store, alongside brand new songs, will entertain and enthrall kids of all ages, from nought to ninety.

Dress up and join in the fun, come in your favourite, fanciest, coolest, grooviest outfit! Who knows, you might get the chance to help onstage too!

Get ready to find those keys, unlock the box and release the fun.

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MacFloyd - Wish You Were Here LIVE!

Date: 3 July 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £15.00

MacFloydThe 40th Anniversary Tour

MacFloyd (Scottish Pink Floyd) bring their show for the first time to Lanark in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Floyd’s classic ‘Wish You Were Here’ album which will see them perform this masterpiece in its entirety. The show will also include a varied mix of Floyd classics including material from ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’, ‘The Wall’ and ‘The Division Bell’ albums amongst others.

Along with an impressive display of 70s psychedelia, lasers and light, the band take pride in performing all the Floyd numbers with great accuracy thanks to a talented line up of musicians, each performing with real passion. Only this way, MacFloyd are able to perform every single detail in Pink Floyd’s music completely live!

Arguably the best Pink Floyd tribute around, MacFloyd will take you on a journey which promises to transport you back to those spectacular times…if only for a night. Don’t miss it!

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Walt Disney's The Lion King

Date: 13 July 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £5.00

Lion KingAfter the sell out success of our sing along Frozen screening at Christmas, Lanark Memorial Hall are delighted to bring you Walt Disney’s second highest grossing film of all time (behind Frozen obviously!) sing along The Lion King!!!

Join Simba, Nala and favourites Timone and Pumba as they adventure through the pride lands and explore the Circle of Life. Featuring favourite songs such as Just Can’t Wait to Be King and Can You Feel the Love Tonight - this is a sing along movie not to be missed!

Why not come along dressed as your favourite jungle animal and join us as we sing…HAKUNA MATATA!!

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The Tiger Who Came to Tea

Date: 13 August 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £11.00 / £8.50 groups 10+

The Tiger Who Came to TeaKW & NB Ltd present The Tiger Who Came to Tea LIVE ON STAGE!

Direct from a SMASH-HIT WEST END season

The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don’t expect to see at the door is a big, stripy tiger!

Following a smash-hit West End season, the tea-guzzling tiger is back on the road in this

delightful family show; packed with oodles of magic, sing-a-long songs and clumsy chaos! A stunning stage adaptation of the classic tale of teatime mayhem...,expect to be surprised!

David Wood OBE is undisputedly the country’s leading writer and director of plays and musicals for children. His many successes include Fantastic Mr Fox, The Gingerbread Man, BFG, The Witches, Meg and Mog, Spot and Babe the Sheep Pig.

For children aged three and above.

Running time: approx 55 minutes (no interval).

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“This Tiger is the cat’s meow”???? The Times

“A rare and grrreat achievement”???? Mail on Sunday

a musical play by DAVID WOOD

based on the book by JUDITH KERR

directed by DAVID WOOD

designed by SUSIE CAULCUTT

movement director EMMA CLAYTON


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The Manfreds - Hits, Jazz and Blues

Date: 19 September 2015
Location: Lanark Memorial Hall

Cost: £20.00

The Manfreds60s group Manfred Mann are now considered, more than ever, one of the finest and most respected bands from that era. Their numerous pop hits were R&B based with an undercurrent of jazz - a very unusual but winning combination of playing style and substance! As a result, their records have a timeless quality and, some 53 years on, The Manfreds, with original ‘front man’ Paul Jones, will be performing their hits live at Lanark Memorial Hall! The evening will include a mix of Jazz and Blues songs as well as popular songs from their best-known albums.

Paul Jones, with his unique harmonica sound, will be joined by Mike Hugg on keyboards, Tom McGuinness on lead guitar, Rob Townsend on drums, Marcus Cliffe on bass guitar and Simon Currie on saxophone/ flute. Each member is an excellent musician in their own right and will provide a full evening of entertainment...with some solo work, and a few surprise renditions of The Manfreds classic songs!

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