Falkirk Town Hall
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West Bridge Street, Falkirk. 01324 506850. £3.50 (£2.50). Super Saver (four films): £12 (£8). Cuppa screenings: £2.70 including coffee/tea & cake; £1.50 film only. Scream Screens: £2.50.
There are 10 events at this location
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Back to the 80s
Reminisce on the era that taste ignored with this musical in the style of films like Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and The Karate Kid, all set to the greatest hits of the 80s.
Dave Spikey: Words Don't Come Easy
Stand-up from that one off of Phoenix Nights, talking about the ways in which the English language can leave us tongue-tied.
David Baddiel: Fame: Not The Musical
It's been a whopping 15 years since David's last stand-up show, so tonight he's exploring the different ways he's perceived: whether it's token Jew, new lad or comedy rock'n'roller.
Dylan Moran: Yeah, Yeah
Moran plays up to the stereotype of the bumbling, drunken Irishman, but his comedy is much more intelligent than mere cliché-mongering: on stage he is uniquely charismatic, a foul-mouthed mixture of lovable and misanthropic, and always very, very funny.
Folk at the Tryst Concert
Festival concert with a dazzling line-up of folksters including acclaimed songwriter Brian McNeill, Barluath and CarronCast.
The British-Iranian comedian and star of stage and screen brings his new show to an adoring public.
A Play, A Pie & A Pint: Butterfly Kiss
An old man rediscovers his youth when he stumbles upon an old Punch and Judy stall. Inside he finds himself holidaying as a youngster in the West of Scotland. Ticket price includes a pie and a drink.
The Singing Kettle: Rumble in the Jungle
Join the Kettle team on a marvellous adventure deep into the jungle to see what creatures can be found there. There's colourful energy and singalong songs to get the whole family dancing in the aisles.
Sat 24 Aug
Some Other Mother
A play exploring language, globalisation, solidarity and class through the struggles of a young African mother to care for her child in Glasgow.
The Dublin Legends: Cannon, Campbell, Watchorn and O'Connor
These four members of the Dubliners keep the act going strong, following the death of founding member 'Banjo' Barney McKenna in 2012. Expect all the classic songs from the Dubliners' 50-year career.
Mon 27 May
£18 / 01324 506850
Please note: rescheduled date.