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 26 events at this location
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Rutherglen Repertory presents a mystery about mistaken identity.
Auld Hats, New Heids
Ian Bruce, Pete Clark, Gregor Lowrey and Fraser Bruce sing some of the best Scottish folk songs from the 60s and 70s.
The Best of Broadway
A musical extravaganza featuring numbers from some of Broadway's biggest shows.
The Christmas Carol Concert
A Christmas carol concert with the Salvation Army.
The Clyde Valley Ceilidh Band accompany all the weel kent dances in this festive frolic. Soup and pie buffet included.
Fri 2 Dec
Christmas Craft Fair
Annual craft fair featuring a wide selection of handcrafted items and gift ideas including floral decorations, baby knits, jewellery, bags, cards, mirrors and textiles.
Rutherglen Town Hall's pantomime is the fairy tale of poor Cinderella and her ugly sisters.
Sat 10 Dec
Sun 11 Dec
Craig Hill: Up And Coming!
High camp buffoonery from the kilted comedian.
Don't Dribble on the Dragon
An adventure about friendship featuring a magical dragon.
The Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist tells his life's story through song, stories and laughter.
Wed 26 Oct
An Evening with Joan Charles
An evening with the medium and clairvoyant. Ages 18+.
Singing impersonator whose repertoire includes numbers by Sinatra, Neil Diamond, Tom Jones, Elvis and Shirley Bassey.
Hotel California perform a range of Eagles classics and Joe Walsh and Don Henley solo works.
If I Forget to Remember
Drama about a woman diagnosed with Alzheimer's and how she and her family cope with the news. Written by Liam Lambie and produced by Geez a Break Productions.
It's a Wonderful life – The Radio Play
Running Late Theatre presents the classic Christmas fable, brought to life as a live radio broadcast.
Kast Off Kinks
Not quite a tribute band as the Kast off Kinks feature former members of the Kinks from through the years, including original drummer Mick Avory.
King's Park Brass
A vast repertoire 'From Broadway To Graceland' played in the brass style.
Let's Drift Drifters Review
Tribute to the doo-wop / R&B / soul vocal group plus hits made famous by The Four Tops, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Edwin Starr and more.
Murder mystery presented by Rutherglen Repertory Theatre and Rutherglen Town Hall.
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.
Rolling Back the Years
Evening of nostalgic music featuring tributes to Fred Astaire, Sinatra, Judy Garland and Buddy Holly amongst others.
The Ruggie Santa Clause
Acme Theatre present a family friendly Christmas show with music and songs.
Singin' in the Rain
- 102 min
- Directed by: Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen
- Written by: Betty Comden, Adolph Green
- Cast: Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds, Jean Hagen, Millard Mitchell
Hollywood undergoes the transition from the silent era to the talkies and reputations rise and fall. Absolutely wonderful musical entertainment, with the slickest of snappy dialogue, enduringly catchy numbers, a cast of genuine charisma, and an engaging picture of the industry in transition into the bargain. Quite splendid.
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.
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