Rutherglen Town Hall
- Telephone 0141 613 5700
- Food served Mon–Sat 9am–4pm; closed Sun.
- Box office times Mon–Sat 9am–5pm; closed Sun.
- Website www.slleisureandculture.co.uk
Originally constructed in 1862 Rutherglen Town Hall re-opened in 2005 following a £12.5m refurbishment. The events programme features theatrical performances, kids' shows and live music. The venue offer a range of classes and courses including drama, dance, music and painting and is also available to hire for meetings, conferences and weddings. Rutherglen Town Hall Cafe is located in the glass atrium and serves snacks and home baking.
There are 23 events at this location
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The Cause of Thunder
David Hayman plays raconteur Bob Cunningham.
An Evening of Dirty Dancing: The Tribute Show
- Directed by: Leanne Harwood
A song and dance show featuring a number of performers showcasing well-known tunes including 'Do You Love Me', 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and 'I've Had The Time Of My Life'.
Thu 23 Feb
Times to be confirmed / £16–£17 / 0141 613 5700
An Evening with Dean Park
Entertainer Dean Park sings big band and Motown classics, and entertains with his comedic talents.
Music from the Paul Rodgers tribute band.
Gone but not Forgotten
Comedy set in a 1970s Glasgow tenement where a family gather on the death of an unfaithful, pigeon-fancying husband. Starring May Miller, Cat Harvey and Michelle McManus.
Kids' Magic Show! Nothing Up My Sleeve
The magnificent Douglas Cameron performs a funny but baffling magic show. Ages 3+.
Leah Macrae: My Big Fat Fabulous Diary
Musical comedy with stories and laughter. Featuring Leah MacRae (51 Shades of Maggie, River City and Gary: Tank Commander).
The Lions of Lisbon
Ian Auld and Willy Maley's play about a group of Celtic supporters who head to Lisbon in 1967 for the European Cup. Rehearsed reading with live music.
The Lynching: The Story of Benny Lynch
Drama set in 1930s Gorbals about boxing legend Benny Lynch and his fight with the bottle.
The Magic Horse
Yugen Puppet Company present the Scottish tale of a young man who exchanges his old mare for a black stallion which leads him on a quest to win the hand of a lovely princess. Ages 3+.
The McDougalls History Mystery
Help the McDougall family solve the History Mystery in this brand-new interactive musical show for weans of all ages.
Memory Lane: The Ultimate Feel Good Show
Nostalgia-fest based on the original show from 2009, featuring songs from the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
Sat 18 Mar
Oskar's Amazing Adventure
An engaging piece of theatre for young children which tells the tale of a puppy who leaves his home in search of friendship.
Patsy Cline & Friends
Patsy Cline, Hank Williams and Jim Reeves deliver renditions of country classics that will transport you back to the good old days.
Solo play performed by David Hayman, a sequel to The Pitiless Storm.
Classic hits by Elvis, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis and the Big Bopper performed by talented soloists and backed by the Paradise Band to leave you rocking all night long.
Rusk! Teddy Bears Picnic
Grab your favourite soft toy and bust some moves on the baby disco dance floor. Recommended for ages 6 months to 6 years.
Singin' I'm No a Billy, He's a Tim
Des Dillon's classic anti-sectarian play, featuring a Rangers and a Celtic fan locked up together in a cell for the duration of an Old Firm match.
South Lanarkshire Comic Con
A host of traders, selling comics, graphic novels, crafts, art and more. Plus, there's a cosplay competition, workshops, quizzes and guest comic artists and writers.
The Springsteen Sessions
The tribute act covers hits from the Boss's 40-year back catalogue.
John Findlay provides the live music for this series of Tea Dances with a mixture of sequence and ballroom to suit all tastes. Tea and biscuits provided.
Thu 20 Apr
Tribute to the Irish mega-band.
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