*Please note this performance takes place at Gourock Park Amphitheatre. Please bring your e-mail confirmation or e-ticket to the amphitheatre at your allocated entry time.
No Nonsense Productions and the Beacon present 'Musicals in the Park'. Join us for an evening of all your musical theatre favourites. From the golden age of stage and screen to the modern day. Performed by talented local professionals in the beautiful setting of Gourock Park.
No Nonsense Productions ('It's a Wonderful Life', 'Para Handy') and the Beacon Arts Centre present 'Musicals in the Park'. An evening of showstoppers from 'Les Miserables', 'Wicked', 'Sweet Charity' and 'Chicago' intertwined with songs from the classics of tomorrow. Featuring a cast of four talented local performers with a wealth of international experience. Join us in the beautiful outdoor setting of Gourock Park Amphitheatre for an evening to remember. The show must go on!
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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!
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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!