Friday 13 October
7.30pm Dirty Dusting, The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock
Three cleaning ladies, (past their sell by date) start up a telephone line! “The Telephone Belles” – A Chat Line that really cleans up! Gladys, Elsie and Olive are three cleaning ladies who are about to be “put out to pasture” by their overzealous office manager Dave. Feeling they have little chance of gaining employment elsewhere, the ladies have to boost their falling income! A chance wrong number requiring A Sex Chat Line rings into the office and gives them a great idea... see picture.

Largs and Millport Weekly News:
7.30pm Annual Largs town twinning quiz night, Brisbane House Hotel, including supper.

9-11pm Friday night live featuring Lauren O’Donaghue, Room restauraunt, Gallowgate Square, Largs.

Saturday 14th October

7pm Clyde Coast Strathspey and Reel Society, Cowal Fiddle Workshop, Inverkip Community Hub. Guest artistes Amy Lewis and Allan McDougall. Tickets can be purchased at The Hub in advance.

7.30pm MacFloyd, Pink Floyd tribute band, The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock.

Largs and Millport Weekly News:

9.15pm The Claurettes (all girl band folk and pop), Room, Largs. 

Largs and Millport Weekly News:

Room is proud to present “The Claurettes” an all girl folk and pop band featuring 3 vocals, guitar, fiddle, double bass and box drum.  Headliner from Largs Live, The Claurettes are beautiful girls with a beautiful pop folk sound.  

9.30pm Live music: The Waterside, Bath Street, Largs.

Sunday 15 October 
12pm-3pm Millport Table Top sale from 12-3 pm in the DA Hall includes baking, books,DVD’s,toys, home wares crafts etc Entry fee: £1 and inc. Tea, coffee, juice, biscuits and cakes To book a table (£7.50) contact Annie on 01475 530589

7.30pm - Dougie MacLean, pictured, internationally renowned for his song ‘Caledonia’, music for ‘Last of the Mohicans’, performs at The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock. 


Friday 13- Sunday 15 October
Scotland’s Boat Show, Inverkip Marina, Visitors can see new boats of all sizes from luxury sail and powerboats to entry level dinghies. On shore attractions include the Royal Yacht Association Scotland Pavilion with marine trade exhibitors showcasing the latest trends and equipment, the Get On The Water Pavilion with everything you need to know to go boating for the first time, the Scottish Food & Drink Pavilion, the Clyde Life-Style pavilion with craft & artisan traders, luxury motor cars plus a host of entertainment from pipe bands to helicopters flights.