17 January 2022
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Future Paisley exhibition showing town being transformed now open

by on 13 January 2022 0
A new exhibition showcasing the collection of major projects transforming Paisley’s future and how the town can reinvent itself through culture has now opened its doors. The Future Paisley Exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the fascinating past, present and future of the town, based on its forward-thinking approach to culture-led regeneration. The... Read More

Making the Glen Cinema Memorial

by on 11 January 2022 0
Mill Magazine talks to artists Rachel Lowther and Kerry Stewart about making the Glen Cinema memorial and the creative process behind it. You were awarded the Glen Cinema Memorial Commission in December 2019, where did the research for the project take you? It started with us visiting survivors, Robert Pope and Emily Brown and... Read More

PACE new theatre receives £800,000 funding boost

by on 20 December 2021 0
PACE Theatre Company are currently developing a new theatre in Paisley for children, young people and families – called Exchange – in a long-time vacant former nightclub opposite Paisley Gilmour Street Station. The ongoing project has taken a huge step forward after an £800,000 funding boost was confirmed. And the project has now received... Read More

Ghostbaby – Molly’s Got a Brand New Haircut single review

by on 3 December 2021 0
Reviewed by singer/songwriter and music journalist, Mya Brown. Riding high off their recently announced King Tut’s headliner, Ghostbaby have released Molly’s Got a Brand New Haircut today (Friday 3rd December). The single comes nearly two years after the indie-rockers released their debut EP, Long Live Ghostbaby, in March 2020, making this release unexpected yet exciting... Read More

Glen Cinema memorial officially opened in Paisley

by on 2 December 2021 0
A new Glen Cinema memorial marking one of Scotland’s worst-ever human tragedies has been officially unveiled in Paisley town centre. A crowd of around 100 people gathered earlier today to commemorate the Glen Cinema disaster of 31 December 1929, which claimed the lives of 71 children and injured more than 30. There had never... Read More

Linzi Clark album launch at the Hug and Pint Glasgow

by on 2 December 2021 0
The Mill Magazine team take the short trip to Glasgow for Linzi Clark’s album launch at the Hug and Pint. Review by Robert Blair. They say that you only get one chance to make a first impression. And if Linzi Clark’s launch show for her debut album, All I Have Now, was anyone in... Read More

County Square in Paisley set for possible transformation

by on 12 November 2021 3
County Square in Paisley could be transformed into an expanded outdoor events venue and attractive arrival point for the town with new designs having been revealed. The public are now being asked to have their say on the proposals, which aim to encourage more use of the square all year round. The proposed changes are... Read More

Neve McIntosh talks to Mill Magazine

by on 5 November 2021 0
A star of the small screen and stages alike, Paisley-born actor Neve McIntosh talks us through her Renfrewshire roots, career highlights and more.  Two decades plus since she first burst onto screens, Neve McIntosh remains a firm believer in entertainment’s ability to empower and inform. Sat in Brew on County Square on a day... Read More

Paisley Windows on Cop26 puts spotlight on climate issues

by on 2 November 2021 0
A unique arts trail around Paisley town centre, Paisley Windows on Cop26, shops will literally shine a light on the climate issues facing people in Renfrewshire. As world leaders gather only a few miles away in Glasgow for the Cop26 Climate Change conference, more than a dozen shop windows in Paisley will feature illuminated... Read More