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What’s on South Lanarkshire

Many attractions in South Lanarkshire invite you to explore the area’s industrial past. The jewel in the crown is the restored 18th-century cotton mill village of New Lanark, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other popular historical attractions include Bothwell Castle, the Museum of Scottish Country Life at Kittochside, and the Leadhills and Wanlockhead Steam Railway. Biggar has seven rather unusual museums. The area also offers many scenic walks and nature trails amid some of the most dramatic scenery in Lowland Scotland.

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6th - 9th May 2015, East Kilbride:

New Victory Players return to the Arts Centre with this much-loved comedy drama about the bond among a group of women in North West Louisiana.

9th May 2015, East Kilbride:

Contact the box office to book your free ticket.

10th May 2015, East Kilbride:

This is the story of a penguin called Patrick who wakes up one morning to find he has turned bright pink overnight.

13th May 2015, Lanark:

John Findlay provides the live music for our series of tea dances with a mixture of sequence and ballroom to suit all tastes.

15th May 2015, Lanark:

One of Europe’s most successful ever exponents of retro-inspired music – SHOWADDYWADDY rock and roll into Lanark for a night of music not to be missed.

15th May 2015, Hamilton:

With racing in the area believed to date back to 1782, Hamilton is now part of Scotland’s great sporting heritage.

13th - 16th May 2015, East Kilbride:

New College Lanarkshire (Motherwell Campus) HND Acting and Performance students are proud to present The Laramie Project by Moisés Kaufman.

11th - 16th May 2015, East Kilbride:

East Kilbride Rep Theatre Club’s annual competition returns in May.

17th May 2015, East Kilbride:

The country’s No 1 Sinatra Vocalist, Frank Holden, returns to The Arts Centre with his outstandingly successful “Sinatra Quartet“ in Frank Sinatra’s centenary year.

18th & 19th May 2015, East Kilbride:

A contemporary play set directly after William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”.


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