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A Night of Musicals

A FUNDRAISING CONCERT FEATURING KIERAN BEGLEY & FRIENDS Sun 21 February | 7:30pm | £10 / £8 Kieran Begley is currently completing his Masters in Musical Theatre Performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and is excited to be performing in the Beacon Arts Centre. Recent theatre performances include: Orpheus tae the Underworld– Ayrshire Opera Experience, Three’s a Crowd - All or Nothing Aerial Dance Company, Cinderella - Beacon Arts Centre and H.M.S Pinafore - Carl Rosa Opera. The evening will also feature special guests including: Notre Dame School choir, The Noteworthy Pitch Hikers, friends from Greenock Light Opera, No Nonsense Productions and Ayrshire Opera Experience. Live music will be provided by Flackback Friday with Musical Director, Kieran Young.

30:60:80

AMY CONWAY IN ASSOCIATION WITH PLATFORM Fri 26 February | 7:30pm | £10 / £8 Suitable for 14+

Devised and performed by Amy Conway Devised and directed by Victoria Beesley 30:60:80 is a celebration of three lives, spanning fifty years with the women of one family and inviting audiences to consider the richness in their own maternal ‘herstory’. When Amy’s grandma turned 30, she had three children and was thankful to finally live in a house with an indoor toilet. When Amy’s mum turned 30, she had a profession, a mortgage and was pregnant with her first child. Amy just turned 30. She’s single, chancing it, and certain about exactly nothing.

Luke Danskin

Tue 8 March | 7:30pm | £15 SOLD OUT Suitable for 16+ After 3 sell-out shows, Luke returns to Beacon Arts Centre with his astonishing interactive show. Although Luke’s live shows are full of emotion, his natural warmth and endearing personality makes audiences feel completely at ease. Passionate in encouraging people to celebrate the lives of loved ones, laughter is a common theme at Luke’s shows. Audiences are left utterly speechless and amazed at his capability to give detailed messages with amazing accuracy. Since taking to the stage Luke has sold out every show and his performance at Beacon Arts Centre is no exception. This show is for the purpose of entertainment only.

The Last Laugh

CREATIVE CONSULTANCY PRESENT A WATCH THIS SPACE PRODUCTION Thu 10 March | 8pm | £10 / £8 Suitable for 16+ contains strong language Written by and starring Keir McAllister. Why should you never date a comedian? This hit Fringe 2015 show mixes standup, theatre and storytelling in a tale about two people discovering whether being funny is as important as being happy. Winner of Best Comedy Writer at the Scottish Comedy Awards 2015.

For more information and booking please visit www.beaconartscentre.co.uk or phone 01475 723 723 Beacon Arts Centre, Custom House Quay, Greenock, Pa15 1HJ Clyde Life Magazine

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Clyde Life February/March 2016  
Clyde Life February/March 2016  

A lifestyle magazine published bi monthly and delivered to 15000 housholds in Inverclyde and West Renfrewshire, West of Scotland

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