The Mill Girls On Tour, Woodside Halls, Saturday 20 June, 2015
Saturday 20 June 1 p.m. doors 12.40 p.m.
Paisley, Scotland’s largest town, has a global significance as a textile town, from the world famous Paisley Pattern and Shawl, to young weavers experimenting to produce thread as fine as silk. The thread mills of Paisley once produced 98% of the world’s thread.
In 1993 the doors closed on the mills in Paisley. Mill Girls On Tour, based on the ‘Mill Girls’ poems, is a poignant tribute to the mills legacy, the making of a place and its people.
Tickets £5 (group of seven £25) Buy tickets online
Woodside Hall – 36 Glenfarg Street, Glasgow, G20 7QE
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