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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. .

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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

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