The Easter break means children’s entertainment, with puppet shows like Oskar’s Amazing Adventure and The Magic Horse taking place on April 4 and 5.
Nostalgia will then be catered for with Memory Lane on April 18, featuring some of the biggest musical hits of all time, along with a host of different costumes.
A different kind of music follows on April 28 with the Springsteen Sessions paying tribute to the Boss.
Rutherglen Reformer columnist Leah MacRae wowed the Edinburgh Fringe last year with her one-woman show My Big Fat Fabulous Diary, and she brings it to the Town Hall on Friday, May 5.
One of Scottish sport’s greatest ever moments is revisited on May 11 with the Lions of Lisbon, a play looking at Celtic fans travelling to Portugal to see their team play in the European Cup final in 1967.
The popular Rusk baby disco returns on May 13, while Town Hall regular Douglas Cameron brings his Kid’s Magic show back for a special Landemer Day performance on Saturday, June 10.
Lastly there’s a chance to indulge in some Crazy, Sweet Dreams on June 29, with Patsy Cline and Friends, a show that includes tributes to Hank Williams and Jim Reeves too.
And the always popular tea dances will continue every month, with John Findlay providing the music and a lively mixture of both sequence and ballroom to suit all tastes.
Anyone interested in booking tickets to any of the shows, or finding out more information, can pop into the venue in person, call 0141 613 5700 or visit www.sllcboxoffice. co.uk .
Tribute Patsy Cline fans are in for a treat
Packing a punch Members of O’Neil’s boxing club will perform in Lynched
Singing out Leah MacRae will bring her one-woman show to the town hall
Showbiz veteran Dean Park will visit Rutherglen