Paisley Youth Arts Festival 2019

We’re delighted to be one of the joint partners of the Paisley Youth Arts Festival, a new arts festival for young people in Paisley, Renfrewshire and beyond.  It is a joint initiative between ourselves and Create Paisley, Erksine Music & Media Studios, Paisley Art Institute, Renfrewshire Leisure – Arts Team, Students Association of University of West of Scotland and Outspoken Arts.

Below are details of the events we have programmed, including a last chance to see our PACE Rep Company shows, Little Wings (⭐⭐⭐⭐) and Avalanche (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐), fresh from their hugely successful runs at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. There is also a varied programme of music, film and visual arts being run by our partner organisations:

You can book for all the events at .

Little Wings – Tues 3 September, 4.30pm
PACE Rep Company – Wynd Auditorium
A heart-warming story about feelings, flourishing and finding friendships in the strangest of places. Ages 5-8.
All tickets: £5

Avalanche – Tues 3 Septembers, 7pm
PACE Rep Company – Wynd Auditorium
A story about journeys, routine, missed moments, pain, irrational thoughts, assumptions, fear, surprising compassion, screens, memories, loneliness, coffee and unlikely friendships. Age 12+.
Tickets £7 / £5 concessions

Sad Eyes to Smile With – Fri 6 September, 7pm
PACE in association with Ink Asher Hemp – Wynd Auditorium
A stunning piece of performance poetry by Ink Asher Hemp. Queer identity plus slam poetry divided by austerity and multiplied by three.
All tickets: £5

PACE Open Workshops – Sun 8 September, 7pm
PACE Youth Theatre – Spires Drama Studios
Take part in FREE taster workshops.

Whitey – Tue 10 September, 7pm
PACE in association with Iona Ramsay and Fraser Scott – Wynd Auditorium
A one-act play, explores the process of entering adulthood, club culture and changing relationships; when we grow into different people, how do our relationships change, and do they sustain?
All tickets: £5

The Diary Of Anne Frank – Fri 13 September, 7pm
PACE Youth Theatre – Wynd Auditorium
A poignant dramatisation of Anne Frank’s world-famous diary, originally created by our youth cast as part of  PACE’s Fest! 2019.
Tickets: £6 / £4 concessions.

Celebrating Women in Music with Carol Laula Band & Guests – Saturday 14 September,  7.30pm
The Wynd Auditorium
Carol Laula performs with her band in this female-focused, variety-packed music extravaganza, featuring PACE Performance Choir and former member Lisa Kowalski.
Tickets £5 on the door

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