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Paisley Philharmonic Choir evening at St Mirin's cathedral

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 book signing at Braehead Waterstones

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

Scottish Student Journalism Awards

The Scottish Student Journalism Awards are once again rapidly approaching where Scotland’s journalism and media students will battle it out to be in with a chance of winning a number of different journalism awards; giving them the chance to showcase their journalistic achievements to the industry’s top professionals. The blood, sweat and tears and the credit of organising the event goes to the 2nd year HND media and communications class

The Bonnevilles: Toned Down, But still raw as ever

When Belfast based garage-punk-blues band The Bonnevilles released the newest single, “Long Runs The Fox” from their upcoming album, Dirty Photographs, fans gave a sigh of relief that frontman Andy McGibbon and drummer Chris McMullen hadn’t softened and had started enjoying a wee bit of Stereophonics every now and then. I say this because the title track and first single from the album was noticeably more toned down than their

Jam Jar Paisley's eye-catching cocktails are turning heads

The popular Paisley restaurant Jam Jar is known for its great service, food and value for money. But also for the creativity of the cocktails that the team have been serving since June. The Italian restaurant on Shuttle Street that has a 4.9 star Facebook review and a 4.5 star TripAdvisor review has an extensive cocktail menu, however serves ‘secret cocktails’ that are inspired by a range of different items