Fabulous fun and great concerts coming to town as part of Spree for All

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Fans of music and comedy should enjoy an exceptional lineup of concerts and giggles in October with the announcement of this year’s Spree for All program.

Established in recent years as a festival on the sidelines of the annual Paisley’s The Spree festival, it will see events taking place in towns and villages across Renfrewshire from October 7-17.

This year’s Spree for All was scheduled by the team behind local lifestyle and culture magazine Mill Magazine, Tommy McGrory of local charity Loud ‘n’ Proud and Alan McEwan, director of Brick Lane Studios .

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The busy schedule will see venues at Paisley hosting fantastic music events and open house parties, with something to suit every taste at Bungalow, The Keg, The Old Swan, Zambretto, Harvies Bar, The Anchor Bar, Gantry, The Cave, CC’s, The Bar de l’Abbaye and Barga.



Scott Gibson

The action will spread across Renfrewshire with live music and performances at the following locations: Spateston Inn and Always Included in Johnstone; Houston Inn, River Inn, and Fox and Hounds in Houston; Trust Inn and Habbies Bar and Grill in Kilbarchan; The Coach House in Bridge of Weir; Luna Rossa in Renfrew and The Boarding House in Howwood.

This year will also see the return of the popular ModStuff event at the Bungalow, with a full day of live music and a scooter ride led by the Paisley Vespa Club on October 9.

Those looking to enjoy a stand-up will be spoiled for choice with a comedy night with Mark Nelson and others at the Keg on October 10 as well as performances at the Bungalow by Scott Gibson on the same date and Fred MacAuley and Bruce Morton October 17.

Tommy McGrory, who writes for the Express, said: “Considering what the music industry has been through in the past year and a half, this year’s Spree looks great.



John Rush (Photo by David Cameron)

“While there are still challenges, local venues have booked some fantastic numbers for the Spree for All this year, making the festival experience better than ever before.”

Pauline Allan, Events Manager at Renfrewshire Council, added: “It’s great to be able to host the Spree for All again this year as it gives another opportunity for people to experience the wealth of talent we have here in Renfrewshire. at our fantastic local locations.



Johnny barr

“In addition to The Spree festival and Wee Spree activities for children during the school holidays, this is an exciting program with something for everyone to enjoy.”

Full listings for the Spree for All program are available online at www.thespree.co.uk/spree-for-all



Linzi Clark

Tickets are on sale now for the festival program The Spree with artists such as The Twilight Sad, Arab Strap, Michael Rother, Kathryn Joseph, Nick Lowe, Retro Video Club and The Rezillos, as well as the Wee Spree program for the children and families.

Details of The Spree and Wee Spree programs are available online at www.thespree.co.uk

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