Follow The Hollies Story as Allan Clarke and Graham Nash met in a Manchester primary school aged six, and went on to become one of Manchester’s biggest bands ever.
Discover how two boys from the backstreets of Salford created a band to rival The Beatles, enjoyed dozens of chart hits and were finally inaugurated into the Rock’n Roll Hall of Fame in 2010.
This highly entertaining show for all ages is packed with hit after hit, performed by a talented young band and hosted by a seasoned narrator.
So, if you remember Look Through Any Window, Carrie-Anne, On a Carousel and I’m Alive
Tell me... Who is Jennifer Eccles?
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As a photographer with Sounds magazine, Harry Papadopoulos worked with many up and coming Scots band that emerged during the early 80s, some of his photography is now on display at Beacon Arts Centre!
Midnight Train to Georgia features all of soul diva, Gladys Knight's classic hits, catch it at Beacon Arts Centre on March 7th!
Patrick Monahan provides smart and funny observations on a new found, middle class lifestyle at Beacon Arts Centre on Saturday 10th April 2021!
Enjoy an evening concert of traditional and contemporary music, from the Scottish, Gaelic, piping and harp worlds at Beacon Arts Centre courtesy of Karen Marshalsay.
John Lydon is touring the UK to coincide with the publication of his new book, the brilliant, funny and insightful 'I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right' catch him at Beacon Arts Centre in October 2021!
Have you got the X-factor? Have you got a talent for the tambourine? Then join Turning Point Scotland's music group held on Mondays at Paisley Indoor Bowling Club!