Paisley is the place to be this summer with free entertainment for all the family every Saturday!
Saturday 22nd July
We’ll be taking a break on Saturday 22nd July for the Paisley Pipe Band Championships and Paisley Arts Centre’s 30th Anniversary Celebrations but we’ll be back at County Square on Saturday 29th July for more fun and the second heat of Paisley’s Got Talent!
Saturday 15th July
Pirate Pete kicks off the fun at 11 am at County Square this Saturday, 15th July, for two hours of non-stop, a madcap mix of music, magic and jokes!
Then at 1.30pm – 3.30pm the main event – the first heat of Paisley First’s Paisley’s Got Talent competition!
Who will make it through to the Grand Final on 26th August?
From 3.30pm to 5 pm there will be tales of adventure from Village Storytelling and from 1.30pm – 4.30pm there will also be face painting and balloon modelling too!
And don’t forget, Buddie the Paisley Lion will also be popping in to say hello!
Fun for all the family!
Saturday 8th July
As part of the Paisley First Summer Festival of Fun 2017, there will be everything from children’s entertainers, live music and storytelling taking place at County Square starting this Saturday, 8th July from 10.30am until 5 pm.
This Saturday, from 10.30am until 12.30pm, Cheeko the Clown will be entertaining kids of all ages with balloons galore and more than a few tricks up his sleeve!
From 1.30pm until 3 pm, Paisley band The Spuds will be providing music to our ears.
And if that wasn’t enough, there will be a children’s DJ and disco for those who just want to dance dance dance – from 3 pm to 5 pm!
Buddie the Paisley Lion, Paisley First’s mascot, is also planning to make an appearance!
So if you want some free family entertainment while shopping or popping into town for lunch, head to Paisley this Saturday.
You can also check out the Paisley First murals – with the fantastic artworks now at Johnston Street, Lady Lane, Lawn Street and Storie Street.
Plus you can see the fabulous artwork in progress by local artist Caroline Gormley and Sandy Guy at Paisley Gilmour Street Railway Station – what a welcome to Paisley!