The Purrple Cat Cafe, at 2 Trongate, is Glasgow’s first and only cat cafe. The cafe, which serves coffee, speciality tea and home-made dishes, is home to 21 friendly felines who roam freely. The cafe is housed in a grand building, which was formerly a bank, and is set over two floors. It opens from 9.30am until 9pm every day of the week and operates in sessions to allow break
Preview: On the 30th June 2018, students from all around Scotland had the chance to showcase their journalism skills and abilities at the Scottish Student Journalism Awards which were organised by HND media and communications students from Glasgow Clyde College and ran in partnership with their headline sponsor – The Scottish Newspaper Society. The awards have been successfully running for the past seven years and are a chance for journalism
Renfrewshire CAMRA’s Paisley Beer Festival returns to Paisley Hall Town for the fourth year running, from Wednesday 25th until Saturday 28th April. Organised by the Campaign for Real Ale, (CAMRA) the festival will feature Scottish, UK and international ales and lagers to suit all tastes. There will be over 250 beers from breweries in Scotland and the rest of the UK. Tickets per head cost £6 for general public and
Paisley Comic Con is coming back to Paisley Town Hall on April 14th for the grand finale to Paisley Comics Festival, a week of fun filled events all about comic books. The convention last year had over 2,000 people in attendance, all enjoying various events celebrating the art and culture of comics. This year’s edition gives you the opportunity to explore and discover new and exciting comic creations, as well
Emergency services have been called to a massive blaze which has broken out in one of Glasgow’s busiest shopping streets. The blaze broke out at Victoria’s nightclub on Sauchiehall Street which was first reported to the fire services at around 8:20 this morning. The emergency services have since been battling to take control of the fire in a desperate attempt to stop it from spreading onto any other nearby
Darren, Ewan and Sean return for another look at the Scottish sporting world. They offer their views on Scotland’s third place finish in the Six Nations. Buddy watch returns once again as the Saints look to return back to the Premiership and there is a few choice words for Joseph Barton.
The boys are here for episode four of Covering The Bases and discussing all the happenings from the latest round of the Scottish Premiership. They also talk about the Scotland squad and who to look forward to watching. Finally they touch on the rugby and hope that the eternal city is going to prove to be la dolce vita for Scotland this weekend.
A musical evening featuring the Paisley Philharmonic Choir will be held at St. Mirin’s cathedral on March 18th from 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm. Conductor Harold Thalange is presenting a mix of choral music, Scottish ballads as well as show tunes, along with accompaniment on the piano by Tim Lambourn. Tickets are £10 per head. For more information please call 01505340292 or visit paisleyphilharmonicchoir.co.uk With over 60 years of performing
Irvine Welsh will be holding a book signing at the Waterstones within Intu Braehead on March 25th at 2pm. The author, famous for books such as Trainspotting and Filth, will be at the shopping centre for a short time to sign copies of his new book, Dead Men’s Trousers. The event is not ticketed, so feel free to come along early, books at the ready with time to spare
Darren and Sean present episode 3 of CTB and discuss the issues around Scott McTominay choosing Scotland over England. They look at the upcoming Old Firm and also chew the fat over Kilmarnock’s change in fortune.