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May - Aug 2017


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BEACON DANCE Beacon Dance is exciting, innovative, fun and accessible to all. Try your first class for FREE. Classes run: Mon 24 Apr - Thu 29 Jun. Block booking of 10 weeks costs £50 For children and young people

The light nights are back and we have a bumper-packed summer season with something to suit all tastes. Music plays a big part in our programme over the next few months. We are delighted to welcome back two of our finest jazz musicians, Tommy Smith, who brings his Jazz Youth Orchestra, and Brian Kellock, who performs with Tina May. Steeped in Nordic tradition, we welcome Nordic Fiddlers Bloc and closer to home, we bring you Fred Morrison dubbed as “the Jimi Hendrix of the pipes”. And there is lots of homegrown talent to enjoy - Total Kayos, Sideline Productions, Greenock Players Youth, No Nonsense and Toasted Fiction. Following the success of their Spring Concert, SongWriters Uncovered return with another cracking line up of local singer/songwriters and musicians. We know you like your music tributes and we have some crackers including the Bowie Experience,

Oh! Carol celebrating Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield and The Johnny Cash Show. Scottish comedian, Fred MacAulay, will be on the Beacon stage in July. Artchair is our new creative initiative, which offers artists a month-long residency to create a work inspired by our building and its surroundings first up is local painter and glass artist, Alec Galloway. And what better way to make your choice than over a lunch or coffee and cake in our Bar + Kitchen with the Box Office nice and handy! Look forward to seeing you.

Jackie Shearer Chief Executive

Photo credits: James Cole-Riva, Iain Clark, Julia Fayngruen, Tommy Ga-Ken Wan, Brian Hartley, Iman Tajik, Les Taylor, Paul Watt.

Junior Ballet

6 - 10 years

Tue 6pm - 7pm

Young Groovers

6 - 10 years

Mon 6.30pm - 7.30pm

Junior Youth Dance Company

11 - 13 years

Mon 5pm - 6.30pm

Beacon Youth Dance Company

14 - 21 years

Thursday 5pm - 7pm

For Adults Dance Workout

Mon 6.30pm - 7.30pm

£5 per week

Platinum Project

Mon 10am - 11am

£2 per week

Beacon Youth Dance Company & Junior Youth Dance Company are creatively adventurous with a strong focus on performance and contemporary dance technique. Company members get a chance to learn exciting new performance skills, expand their choreographic talents and have fun meeting and performing with other young people. It provides a fantastic training opportunity for those who are considering an education in dance. Places are limited, therefore, all interested participants will be asked to audition. Next audition will be on Saturday 22 April. Platinum Project 60 + - Mondays 10am -11am BEACON YOUTH THEATRE Every Saturday from the 22 Apr - 24 Jun All participants are encouraged to use their imagination, share ideas, tell real life stories and then make them come alive on stage! P1 - P2

10am - 10.45am


P3 - P5

10.45am - 12noon


P6 and P7

12noon - 1.15pm


S1 - S3

1.15pm - 3.15pm


For further information Dance Officer: Learn Officer:


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Artchair is a new creative initiative that offers a selected group of artists the opportunity to be resident at Beacon Arts Centre for one month at a time. Each artist will produce a body of new work inspired by the venue and its surroundings. Local glass artist, Alec Galloway, will be the first to take to the chair.


Sat 15 Jul - Sat 26 Aug

Tom Johnstone


Beacon Arts Centre is delighted to host local artist and cartoonist Tom Johnstone. A past president of Greenock Art Club and a former member of Paisley Art Institute, he is the cartoonist with the Greenock Telegraph. Tom has also worked with Alzheimer Scotland and presents bi-monthly illustrated talks at local organisations and institutions. VISUAL ART VISUAL ART

Mon 1 - Sun 21 May


Sun 4 Jun - Fri 30 Jun

Craigmarloch School Ayr Sketch Club Craigmarloch School invite you to see art works by its talented and creative pupils. The school has been working on some large scale expressive paintings that have involved pupils painting with car wheels, toy cars, twigs, water pistols and lolly sticks - who needs a brush? Come and see some of their landscape images produced using a range of print-making techniques. The exhibition will also include exciting and imaginative 3D jewellery design, fashion and sculpture.

Ayr Sketch Club was founded in 1901 and has spawned a long line of professional artists whose work has been exhibited throughout the breadth of Scotland. We are delighted to host this ambitious group at Beacon Arts Centre with an exhibition of work from guests who have collaborated with the club in the past.

Mon 28 Aug - Sat 30 Sep Presented in partnership with Street Level Photoworks

Roscoe Thomson ‘A Glasgow Fair’ A Glasgow Fair recalls the city’s traditional holiday fortnight by re-imagining stories passed down through generations like precious family heirlooms. It is created from the memories of people and places as experienced by others rather than any kind of then-and-now style comparison. A Glasgow Fair is an impressionistic work illustrating the blurred lines between reality and fiction. It’s been made by retracing a series of journeys to various town such as Millport, Rothesay, Dunoon, Largs, Southbeach, Saltcoats.


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Wed 3 - Sat 6 May, 7.30pm £18/£16 conc PRETHEATRE MEAL


THEY’RE BACK! It’s 10 years since Sideline Productions performed THE FULL MONTY and most of the original cast are back in this anniversary production of the show. Based on the movie, the show is set in Buffalo, New York where six unemployed guys’ desperation leads them to put together a male stripper show to help give them back their self esteem. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger on behalf of Music Theatre International of New York.

Fri 5 May, 8pm, £12/£10 conc Gilded Balloon

Life After Death by Scott Gibson Scott Gibson’s darkly hysterical and inspiring show is delivered with his own inimitable trademark. Life After Death is a tale of love and pain, fear and hope. It’s about overcoming insurmountable odds and how comedy can bring you back to life.


Sat 6 May, 8pm, £12/£10 conc Greengold Projects & Authentic Artist Collective

Mairi Campbell: Pulse Award-winning musician, Mairi Campbell presents Pulse, her one-woman show. Mairi steps out on a quest to heal ancient wounds and to “come home”. In Pulse, she sings, acts, plays and dances in the story of her musical homecoming and journey of the heart, weaving live viola, voice, animation, movement and storytelling with tracks from her latest groundbreaking album, Pulse.


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@thebeaconartsc THEATRE



This is an amateur production.

Fri 2 & Sat 3 Jun, 7.30pm, £12/£10 conc Total Kayos


Sleeping Beauty by Kevin Jannetts




Thu 11 May, 7.30pm £14/£12 conc

Fri 12 May, 7.30pm £10

Sat 13 May, 8pm £12/£10 conc

Be Enchanted

Watch This Space Productions

Toasted Fiction HOMEGROWN

Winchin Top of by Kelly Craig


A wonderful tale of Scottish life in the 1950s, Winchin will bring back memories to those who lived through those heady days of postwar freedom. Humour abounds in this poignant tale of the best days of your life. A love story from the past that can be enjoyed by all generations.

their Game

A celebration of two comedians at the top of their game – pity no-one can work out what the hell they’re playing at. Warning: Show contains no heart-warming tales about dead relatives, no redemptive accounts of sobriety, or anecdotes about life changing encounters with a monk while travelling around Goa. It will however, be very, very funny.

Feeling the panto blues? Join the cast of Total Kayos for an unseasonal summer panto! Watch as Dame Dottie Drawers, her son Chester and their friends try to save Princess Aurora from the evil fairy Carabosse. A real treat! Family entertainment - suitable for all ages.

Fools on a Hill

Local (and non-award winning) playwright Chris Patrick makes his Beacon debut with his first full production of a dark comedy, Fools On A Hill. After God appears to one of them in a vision, two Christians decide to start spreading the word of God again, the only way they know how - a good old fashioned crucifixion. A quick trip to IKEA later and they’re ready and raring to go. At least one of them remembered the co-codamol!



Sun 23 Jul, 2.30pm £20 (includes afternoon tea) No Nonsense Productions


Para Handy:

The Wireless Show Join the Master Mariner, Dougie, MacPhail and Sunny Jim along with a host of other characters for classic tales from Neil Munro. Performed as a 1950s radio broadcast against the stunning backdrop of the Clyde, this new production features live sound effects and period music.

Fri 11 Aug 7.30pm, Sat 12 Aug 2.30pm and 7.30pm, £12/£10 conc Family (min 2 children): £40 Greenock Players Youth


Seussical Jr.

Following their sell-out show Little Mermaid JR last year, Greenock Players Youth bring you an unforgettable musical caper! Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favourite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life in this fantastical musical extravaganza. An amateur production presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe).

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Fri 14 - Sat 15 Jul - times below, £12/£10 conc Commissioned by the Edinburgh International Festival and presented in association with Beacon Arts Centre, Vox Motus


Exclusive Previews



adapted by Oliver Emanuel from the novel Hinterland by Caroline Brothers

Wed 10 May, 7.30pm, £15/£12 conc

Two young orphaned brothers embark on a desperate odyssey across Europe, in a heart wrenching road story of terror, hope and survival. Mixing graphic novel with exquisite diorama, Flight draws you into its fragile miniature world and allows you to contemplate its gripping story of two children lost in dangerous lands.

Tina May and Brian Kellock celebrate Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson

Times: Fri 14 Jul - 2pm, 2.45pm, 3.30pm, 4.15pm, 6.30pm, 7.15pm, 8pm, 8.45pm Sat 15 July - 12noon, 12.45pm, 1.30pm, 3.45pm, 4.30pm Limited to 25 per performance, this is a unique individual theatrical experience. Age guidance: 16+

Fusion West College Scotland Showcase Wednesday 31st May 7.30pm | £14

Fish & Ships

Ella Fitzgerald was the world’s greatest jazz singer of all and to celebrate her centenary, the UK’s leading jazz vocalist Tina May and her world-class accompanist, pianist Brian Kellock revisit the classic meeting between Ella and piano giant Oscar Peterson. Consummate singing, supreme musicianship and two natural personalities combine in an evening of musical magic. MUSIC

Join us for a fantastic 3 hour cruise and dine package • Explore the sheltered waters of Loch Long and Loch Goil on the Clyde Clipper followed by delicious fish & chips in the Beacon Bar & Kitchen • Tuesday sailings from April–October • Departs at 13:30 from Victoria Harbour, Greenock For more information, or to book online, visit 01475 721 281



Thu 18 May, 7.30pm £12 - free for all schoolchildren when accompanied by a full paying adult

The Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra The future for jazz in Scotland is assured as these gifted young players, under the direction of Scotland’s most distinguished jazz musician, Tommy Smith, play a repertoire from renowned jazz legends such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Dizzy Gillespie. With endless talent, improvisational skills, exuberance and verve, the music is played with a collective maturity well beyond their years.

Thu 15 Jun, 7.30pm, £12/£10 conc

Euan Stevenson & Konrad Wiszniewski – the Standards Duo Co-leaders of the widely acclaimed New Focus Quartet, pianist Euan Stevenson and Scottish National Jazz Orchestra saxophonist Konrad Wiszniewski turn their fabulous jazz talents to favourite standards from Duke Ellington and other top composers together with a few originals to emphasise the duo’s outstanding gift for melody.


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Sat 27 May, 7.30pm, £24 Audienceware

Bowie Experience MUSIC

Sat 13 May, 7.30pm, £15/£12 conc

Nordic Fiddlers Bloc MUSIC

Fri 12 May, 7.30pm £15/£12 conc

Fred Morrison in concert One of Celtic music’s most profoundly skilled and audaciously inventive exponents, Scottish piper Fred Morrison, is justly famed for his passionately expressive style, rooted in the Gaelic traditions of his father’s native South Uist, and enriched by influences from far and wide, which has seen him dubbed “the Jimi Hendrix of the pipes”.

The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc comprise three master fiddle players steeped in Nordic tradition. Kevin Henderson (Fiddlers’ Bid, Boys of the Lough, Session A9) hails from Shetland; Olav Luksengard Mjelva, an award winning fiddle player from Norway; and Anders Hall, an acclaimed exponent of the Swedish fiddle tradition. The trio’s music is a mix of both lively and hugely atmospheric tunes. Not to be missed.


Thu 1 June, 7.30pm £12/£10 conc,

Auld Hat, New Heids Following their sell-out concert success at Celtic Connections, four of Scotland’s most experienced folk singers and musicians will recreate the fabulous fun days of the 1960s/70s, when folk clubs were crammed with audiences singing their hearts out to ‘Scottish songs we all know but that are seldom heard these days’. Come and singalong!

Bowie Experience is a spectacular concert featuring all of David Bowie’s hits - celebrating the music of the world’s greatest pop icon. An unforgettable journey of sound and vision through Bowie’s golden years from Space Oddity through to Let’s Dance. The world’s number 1 celebration of David Bowie is a must-see for all Bowie fans and those ‘Absolute Beginners’ out there. MUSIC

Sat 3 Jun, 7.30pm, £20


Crowded House Entertainments

Oh! Carol -

the musical story of Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield From their humble beginnings in Brooklyn to the dizzying heights of their success in the 50s & 60s, the songwriting genius of Neil Sedaka and ‘Howie’ Howard Greenfield will go down in musical history as one of the most successful partnerships of all time.

MUSIC HOMEGROWN Thu 8 Jun, 7pm £8/£6 conc (£20 for series)

SongWriters Uncovered Series Songwriters Uncovered returns to Beacon Arts Centre for its summer concert. Celtic Connections’ Danny Kyle Open Stage winners Shelagh McKay Jones and Charly Houston take centre stage with Inverclyde’s Scottish Folk and Roots winner Anthony McElwee and other talented local songwriters Bill Wilkie, Jan Harper, Lynnie Carson and Mark Philip Jones. Concert series: Thu 8 Jun, Thu 14 Sep, Thu 9 Nov.


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Thu 11 May, 11.30am and 2.30pm, £5 Starcatchers & Curious Seed

MamaBabaMe Join us at the ringside of our mini arena for MamaBabaMe to witness this exciting new dance, theatre and live music experience, made especially for infants and their grown ups. Through playful movement, dance and sound, MamaBabaMe explores these profound new relationships and how this eternal bond evolves and grows.


Sat 10 Jun, 7.30pm, £20


Fri 19 May, 7.30pm, £18/£16 conc Insideout Theatre Productions Ltd

Girls Night OOT!


Join the girls on a hen night that you won’t forget, with a smash hit retro soundtrack featuring songs from the 60s,70s, 80s, 90s and now! To prepare for marriage all a girl needs are her friends and a guid old hen night! Banterous, Baltic and Bootyliciously good fun! Time to Party! MUSIC

Artistes International Management Ltd


The Johnny Cash Roadshow Prepare for a musical and emotional rollercoaster, unrivalled by any other, that truly celebrates the career of a music legend, Johnny Cash. Singer/ songwriter Clive John, re-creates with astounding accuracy and truly captures the essence of what it was like to be at a real Cash show! All the greatest hits are included along with songs from the five decades of the man in black’s career.

Wed 2 Aug, 7.30pm, £20 JMG Music Group

Age guidance: 18 months - 3 years


Keep It Country Show Join four of Ireland’s top country stars for an unmissable show filled with toe tapping Country music, cabaret and laughter that will have the audience singing and clapping all night long. The show features Showband legend, John Hogan, the hilarious Gary Gamble and his surreal impressions of Daniel O’Donnell, the pure voice of Joe Moore, and the popular Cowboy Larry, all accompanied by the fantastic Keltic Storm live band, Crowded House.


Thu 25 May, 12 noon and 2pm, £5 Teater Refleksion and Andy Manley present

Night Light The blackbird sings to welcome the night.The day slows and soon all are asleep. All except one who cannot sleep. A child, curious to know who looks after the night. And so begins a magical journey through the dark and beautiful night until the black bird sings again to welcome a new day. Age guidance: 3 - 6 years Part of the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival on tour. Co-produced by Imaginate and Red Bridge Arts.


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Wed 17 May, 1.30pm, £10/£5 conc Joan Clevillé Dance FAMILY

Sun 28 May, 2pm, £5 Watch This Space Productions

The Song of Fergus and Kate Do monsters really exist? If they do what do they look like? Are they covered from head to toe in slimy scales or matted fur? Do they have teeth like sharks or claws of steel? Or do they look like you and me? The Song of Fergus and Kate is a brand new interactive story that uses storytelling, music and animation to encourage children to celebrate their differences. Age guidance: 5+


Sat 5 Aug, 2pm, £12/£10 Family: £40 (2 adults/2 children or 1 adult/3 children) Artistes International Management Ltd

The Little Mermaid


Sat 12 Aug, 2pm, £8 Jolly Promotions

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Singalong

Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale of The Little Mermaid is brought to the stage in a brand new production by the internationally acclaimed Panto Company. With stunning scenery, eye-catching costumes, original songs plus up-to-date chart songs and not forgetting loads of audience participation, this show makes for an entertaining family day out.

The much loved fairytale, Goldilocks and The Three Bears, comes to life onstage in an unforgettable live stage production full of songs and laughter that children will love. Goldilocks, the Three Bears, and Ruff the Dog perform live in this exciting and fun-filled musical production which takes a few twists and turns along the way with other new puppet characters.

Age guidance: 3 - 11

Age guidance: 1 - 7 years

The North

After their highly acclaimed debut Plan B for Utopia, Joan Clevillé Dance are back at Beacon Arts Centre with The North, the bleak yet whimsical story of a young man’s journey in search of understanding and meaning in an unpredictable environment. A place with its own sense of time and space, where being lost is the norm, and letting go the only way to survive…


Sun 6 Aug, 7.30pm, £24 Audienceware

Rhythm of the Dance


This incredible live show creates a new era in Irish entertainment, featuring world champion dancers, a traditional Irish band, the handsome Young Irish Tenors, and an array of the most talented and gifted cast who have wowed audiences all over the world. Internationally rated as one of the most popular and successful Irish Step Dance shows on tour.


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Fri 23 & Sat 24 Jun, 7.30pm £11/£9 (under 16s)

Elite Academy of Dance Summer Show


Fri 16 & Sat 17 Jun, 7pm £8.50

Danceology Dancers aged between 3 and 50+ give a dazzling dance showcase of tap, jazz, ballet and freestyle dancing in support of the following local charities Down’s Syndrome, Parkinson’s RNLI and Yorkhill Children’s Hospital. Tickets available directly from: 07748 141007

Inverclyde’s only Royal Academy of Dance, Classical Ballet School’s Summer Show is a chance for parents and friends to see its students’ hard work. Elite Academy of Dance will be joined on the night by their Associate School - Alba Ballet. A fantastic showcase of Classical Ballet and Dance awaits this year’s audience. Tickets available directly from: Tel: 07753 246035


Thu 29 & Fri 30 Jun, 7pm, £15 The Elma Whyte School of Dance

Dance Date 2017 The Elma Whyte School of Dance is proud to present a showcase of talent and performance from one of Scotland’s best independent dance schools featuring the stars of tomorrow! Tickets available from the Beacon on 01475 723723.


Fri 7 Jul, 8pm, £10

Dead Sheep Comedy Wed 24 May, 7.30pm £12/£10 conc HD Management

Stuart Mitchell: Dealt A Bad Hand From BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Breaking the News’, ‘Scotland’s brightest comedy talent’ (The Sun), Stuart Mitchell’s sell out Fringe debut comes to Beacon Arts Centre. Stuart’s been dealt a bad hand; from tragic accidents and medical complications, this is a hilarious take on dealing with life’s misfortunes!

Dead Sheep Comedy returns with a pre Edinburgh Fringe gig. The winner of the 2016 Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer, Scott Gibson is back! Expect deep honesty, dark truths, personal reflection and laughter. Sharing the stage is ‘Quick witted acerbic stand up’ Fern Brady and one of the UK’s most in demand headline acts, Eddy Brimson.


Sat 22 Jul, 8pm, £14/£12 conc

Fred MacAulay: LIVE 2017 Trump and his WALL. BREXIT. INDYREF2. There’s so much going on just now that people are wondering what they should be doing. HAVING A LAUGH is Fred MacAulay’s response. Join Fred on his 2017 comedy tour of Scotland. “Fred is one of the best stand-up comedians Britain has ever produced” Richard Osman, BBC’s Pointless. Age Guidance: 16+



Thu 22 Jun, 7.30pm, £16/£14 conc (65+/Disabled: accompanying carers go free) £6 U26/Student/Unemployed. Free U18 (U16 must be accompanied by a full paying adult)

Scottish Chamber Orchestra


The SCO make their debut at Beacon Arts Centre with a programme that is full of energy and guaranteed to put a spring in your step! Stenhammar’s Romances are favourite pieces from the homeland of the animated and lively Swedish conductor and violinist, Tobias Ringborg. Mendelssohn’s sunny ‘Italian’ provides Mediterranean flavours, principal players from the Orchestra have fun with Bottesini’s Duo for violin and double bass, and Mozart’s ‘Haffner’ brings the concert to a rousing close. OPERA

Fri 25 Aug, 7.30pm £15/£12 conc/£6 under 18s


Opera Bohemia

The Pearl Fishers Opera Bohemia returns to the Beacon with Bizet’s masterpiece. Two men’s vow of friendship is threatened by their obsession with the same woman, a beautiful priestess, who battles to suppress her feelings of love in order to uphold her sacred oath. With beautiful melodies, rousing choruses and opera’s most famous duet!





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TICKETS / DIRECTIONS Terms and Conditions

Booking Fee

Family Friendly

By road

Full conditions of ticket sales are available at our Box Office and on our website.

Booking fees are charged per ticket and go towards our processing costs. Fees are waived for tickets that are purchased in person in cash at our box office.

Our Bar + Kitchen provides high chairs and bottle warming facilities. We are breastfeeding friendly. There are baby-changing facilities for both men and women to use.

The Beacon is just off the A8 behind Greenock Police Station. Turn into Brymner Street at the Police Station and then turn right into Custom House Place.

Lost tickets

Disability Friendly

By train

Lost tickets can be reprinted for 50p per ticket on the day of the performance.

Beacon Arts Centre is fully accessible with wheelchair spaces, stair lifts and an induction loop. Our staff are fully trained to help.

The local train station is Greenock Central and is only 500 metres away with a frequent service on the Glasgow Central/Gourock line. Journey times from Glasgow are approximately 30 or 40 minutes and currently run until 11.00pm (an hour earlier on Sundays). Check for a list of times.

Concessions Concession rates are available on many performances and apply to the following groups: • children (under 16 or over 16 in full time education) • Young Scot cardholders and students • senior citizens • those in receipt of jobseekers allowance, disability living allowance, personal independence payment and employment and support allowance recipients • disabled patrons • members of Equity, BECTU, the Scottish Society of Playwrights and the Musicians’ Union. Proof of entitlement must be shown when collecting your tickets. Groups At certain performances, we offer 1 free ticket with every 10 purchased.

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Beacon Arts Centre, Custom House Quay, Greenock PA15 1HJ

Environmentally Friendly We aim to be as green as possible. We recycle and are working to reduce our energy use. How to get to Beacon Arts Centre


Wi-Fi We have FREE Wi-Fi throughout the building. Social networking

Pre-theatre meals are available on selected shows where you see this sign.

Follow and like us on: @thebeaconartsc

A sample menu is available on our website. For other shows, a bar service and light snacks are available.

@thebeaconarts The Beacon is situated on Custom House Quay, opposite the Custom House, and is within easy reach of Greenock town centre and close to all public transport links.

The Beacon is a Charity Greenock Arts Guild Limited trading as Beacon Arts Centre. Registered in Scotland Company No. SCO24805. Registered Scottish Charity No. SC003030.

MON 31 JUL - FRI 4 AUG 9am - 4pm, 5 - 12 years, ÂŁ75

Beacon Summer School will run everyday from Monday 31 July to Friday 4 August. Fun and creative workshops are led by professional tutors who specialise in dance, theatre and visual art. All participants need to bring with them is a packed lunch and lots of energy!

BOOKING: 01475 723723 | Beacon Arts Centre, Custom House Quay, Greenock, PA15 1HJ Greenock Arts Guild Limited trading as Beacon Arts Centre. Registered in Scotland Company No. SC024805 Registered Scottish Charity No. SC003030

BAR + KITCHEN With stunning riverside views and free Wi-Fi, why not join us for coffee, cake or a spot of lunch. To make a table reservation call 01475 723723 or email

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