Going out is so 2019, the best parties always happen in the kitchen.
Back once again with the ill behaviour!
The STREETrave crew are back in full effect on Saturday 6th of Feb with the STREETrave Lockdown 2.0 LIVEstream, to help spread some joy during lockdown and raise funds for another incredible charity.
Our partner charity for this stream is Lanarkshire based St Andrews Hospice who provide palliative care to people with life-limiting illnesses and offer support to their loved ones and carers.
If you have a loved one who has been cared for by the hospice you will know the invaluable service it provides and what a godsend their team is. This charity is one which is very close to the hearts of the STREETrave team, our LIVEstream is our way of saying thank you to their team of angels.
If you can afford to we urge you to consider making a donation to our St Andrews Hospice Fundraiser www.justgiving.com/fundraising/streetrave-2021
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for STREETrave Lockdown 2.0 LIVEstream are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
Tannahill Arts and Heritage brings world-class artists to Paisley, including the finest homegrown talent, join them for Radical Voices, a unique collaboration with Paisley Book Festival, on Feb 25th!
A Kist of Thistles is a new anthology of radical poetry from contemporary Scotland, join editor Jim Aitken and Paisley based poet Morag Smith as they showcase the collection with live readings.
Join authors Kapka Kassabova and Patrick Laurie in conversation with Paisley Book Festival Guest Curator Malachy Tallack as they discuss our connection to the land surrounding us.
Paisley Book Festival's Writer-in-Residence Imogen Stirling will host a discussion with Sarah Grant exploring productivity in the pandemic and the radicalism of sitting still.