Step into Spring with our fun-filled programme of activities which will entertain the entire family throughout the Easter holidays.
Running from 3 – 14 April 2023, the Spring Kids’ Camps are back and open to kids from P1 to S3 with children and young people taking part in outdoor activities including scrambling, gorge walking, mountain biking, rock climbing and kayaking, taking in some of Scotland’s most beautiful sites. There are also football camps at the On-X in Linwood, a dance and movement camp at Park Mains High School and a Active Families disability sport and activity club at The Lagoon Leisure Centre in Paisley.
As well as the kids’ camps, family films will be showing at Johnstone Town Hall and Renfrew Town Hall, with favourites including Minions: The Riser of Gru and Hop on the big screen. Both town halls will also play host to pottery and textile workshops, allowing families to explore arts and crafts, inspiring your creative side.
We've also got two world premiere pieces of theatre coming up over the next few weeks. Award-winning Glasgow dance collective 21 Common bring their dance spectacular Common Is as Common Does: A Memoir to Johnstone Town Hall. Other Side of the River is a universal story that is inspired by Ferguslie Park, Paisley and its people and incorporates food, song, bingo and karaoke!
Soft Toy Stitch Up! (For ages 8-12 years)
Join us for a fun Easter textile based workshop for families. In this 2 hour workshop you will work together to design, make and decorate your own original soft toy inspired by movie characters, monsters or animals.
Johnstone Town Hall - 3rd April 10am to 12pm
Clay Together (For ages 5-11 years)
Join us for an Easter clay workshop for families. You will learn simple pottery techniques and create Easter decorations such as bunnies, trinket boxes and egg cups to take home with you.
Johnstone Town Hall – 12th April 2pm to 3.30pm
Renfrew Town hall - 12th April 2023 10:30 to 12pm
This workshop is now sold out.
Save the Planet (For ages 5-12 years)
Renfrew Town Hall - 5th April 1.30pm
Glaswegian comic and science teacher Stephen Halkett is your host for a fun filled interactive show on how to save our beautiful planet. There will be loads of games, jokes and laughter along the way and quite possibly the odd ‘bottom burp’ sound! Oh, and there will be prizes!
Minions The Rise of Gru (U)
The untold story of one twelve years olds dream to become the world’s greatest supervillain.
Renfrew Town Hall - 3rd April 10.30am to 12pm
Beneath Easter Island, in a giant factory that manufactures the world's Easter candy, the popular rabbit is preparing to pass the mantle to his son.
Renfrew Town Hall - 3rd April 2pm to 3.40pm
Johnstone Community Sports Hub - Tue 4th & Tue 11th April 12.00pm to 3.00pm
Access our brand new Astro park for somewhere safe to kick a ball about. No pre booking required.
Price - £1.00
Johnstone Community Sports Hub - Mon 3rd, Wed 5th, Wed 12th & Fri 14th April 12.30pm to 2.30pm
2 hour fun sessions in the pool with floats and inflatables. Kids under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. No pre booking required.
Price - £2.00
Common Is As Common Does- A Memoir (For aged 14+)
The world premiere of ‘Common Is as Common Does: A Memoir’ from award-winning dance theatre collective 21 Common. The show is based on an autobiography which explores domestic and class violence through the lens of a Cowboy Western saloon.
Other Side of the River (for ages 12 +)
Tannahill Centre, Paisley - 14th & 15th April
(then touring across the country)
In Motion Theatre in Association with One Ren Funded by Future Paisley presents Other Side of The River a play by Lisa Nicoll
The play is a universal story that is inspired by Ferguslie Park, Paisley and its people and incorporates food, song, bingo and karaoke!
Our Easter programme is designed so that everyone can take part in our activities. The programme has a mixture of low cost and tiered price points where you can pay what you can, no questions asked. Your purchase helps local communities access services to support their health and wellbeing – thank you for all your support.
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