Rutherglen Town Hall
- Telephone 0141 613 5700
- Website www.slleisureandculture.co.uk
There are 19 events at this location
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Berry Tweed & the Chasers
Northern Soul and Motown from the eight-piece troupe.
Buddy Holly & The Cricketers
Rock'n'rollercoaster of a show featuring all the timeless classics from a band who have been on the tribute trail for 20 years.
Des Clarke: The Trouble with Being Des
Stand up comedy from the genial Des Clarke.
Error of Judgement
Play set on the eve of the millennium.
How the Koala Learnt to Hug
- Written by: Steven Lee
Learn about the power of a good hug with a host of animals including Karen the koala bear and Natalie the wombat. Ages 4+.
Tue 13 Oct
I Will Survive
Musical comedy about love and laughter, featuring songs from the 70s, 80s and 90s.
Ian Bruce & Ian Walker
Popular singer-songwriters performing a mixture of Scottish traditional songs and original material.
The Janey Kirk Country Show
Queen of Country Janey Kirk with her band.
King’s Park Brass: Music From Many Lands
Big band King’s Park Brass take you round the world in 80 minutes with music from Vienna to Vladivostok, the long way round.
MacBraveheart: The Other Scottish Play
Futuristic adaptation of The Scottish Play.
Fri 30 Oct
Miracle on Ruggie Main Street
Acme Theatre Company present a family musical about Santa Claus.
The Murder Committee
Whodunnit set at the end-of-season party of an amateur drama group.
RUSK! Superheroes and Princesses!
Cut some shapes with your little ones on the dance floor. If you need a breather there's face painting and a chill out room. Prizes for best dressed little superheros and princesses. Fancy dress isn't compulsory. RUSK! is suitable for everyone, but best enjoyed by ages 6 months to 6 years.
Rutherglen Town Hall Craft Fair
A craft fair to coincide with the beginning of the festive season, offering you lots of handy gift ideas.
Salvation Army Christmas Carol Concert
A festival event for all the family, with proceeds going to the Salvation Army.
Saturday Night at the Town Hall
An evening of comedy cabaret hosted by Lorraine Summers.
Sing Sing Swing
Tribute to the music of Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin and Matt Monro.
Singing 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.
When the wicked Fairy Horrendabeele curses the princess, it's up to Fairy Lovabelle, Fairy Sensibelle and Jester Muddles to save the day.