Just Beatles have firmly established themselves on the tribute band scene in their native Scotland and have received invitations to play at Beatles festivals all over the UK and Europe, including the world famous Liverpool Beatleweek.
Playing all the hits and more from the early days of "Love Me Do" and "She Loves You" through to the psychedelic masterpiece of "Sgt. Pepper" to classics such as "Let It Be" and "Get Back." Every aspect of their performances have been perfected in their quest to emulate the Beatles, earning them rave reviews and making them one of the best tribute bands out there. Together with authentic instruments, costumes and equipment you’ll think you’re experiencing the Beatles live in concert.
To launch the 16 Days of Activism Campaign in West Lothian this year WLWA will host a benefit event in partnership with the Regal Theatre.
Friday 24th of November, 7:30pm – ‘til late
The event will showcase the work of the charity with entertainment from artist Megan Black and comedian Kimi Loughton.
With a fizz reception on the door, prizes, laughter, good food and even a bit of dancing – who could resist?
Sing West Lothian runs on Thursday nights in Armadale Community Centre 6pm - 8pm.
It's a free group with no audition....all we ask is that you love singing.
We regularly raise money for our local community and run our pay it forward scheme. We receive nomination from across west Lothian for a number of reasons for individuals who are deserving of a treat and send them a gift.
We are delighted to be performing in November with all the ticket monies going direct to the Regal.
The choir has been established for 3 years and although it is run by Lorna, it is very much a group effort. We are always on the look out for new members. So if you like like what you've heard tonight and want to get involved, you'll be warmly welcomed.
Enjoy an evening of traditional Scottish music and song at a fiddle rally presented by Livingston Fiddlers conducted by Gwyneth Young. The Fiddlers will be joined by friends from near and far. With forty musicians on stage, your toes will tap to a sprightly mix of reels, jigs and strathspeys. Solo artists will add some lively accordion tunes and a familiar song or two.
On the day of an Old Firm clash, a Rangers and Celtic fan end up sharing a courtroom cell. Their only hope of escape is betting on the match to pay their fines. While taking turns to watch the game on a TV through their cell door, the pair bicker their way through every entrenched cliché of “Scotland’s shame” from religion to politics and national identity.
But aided by their kindly turnkey Harry – whose worries for his sick grandson help put their petty quarrels into perspective – they’re forced to reach a grudging understanding.
Des Dillon’s brilliant satire of bigotry in Scotland and its connection with the nation’s two biggest football teams first scored critical acclaim at the Fringe in 2005, and has since been a near-constant fixture in theatres in Scotland
Open Day 2017
200 seater auditorium with hi-tech lighting and sound facilities
Mirrored dance studio
Green Screen Room for photography and film-makers
Newly refurbished large cafe/bar
Newly Redecorated Top Floor studio
Newly decorated small meeting room
All available for hire at very competitive revised rates.
Join us for our Open Day Saturday 9th September for your chance to find out more about the theatre and the services we offer. Watch demonstrations of some of the Technical equipment we now have available for hire. There will be staff members available to answer any questions you may have about how you can get involved with the community theatre. Refreshments provided.
Phone: 01506 632 558 24-34 North Bridge Street
Saturday 9th September Bathgate
11pm to 4pm EH48 4PS
TO BE HELD IN THE TORPHICHEN INN WITHIN THE BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE OF TORPHICHEN
Due to slow ticket sales for the Friday part of the Folk'n'Ale Festival, a modified programme of Friday's events will now be free to attend. We welcome you to an evening of live entertainment with a wide selection of guest craft ales, beginning at 6pm.
Saturday's events will proceed as advertised.
Friday refunds will be made. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
JOHN HINSHELWOOD BAND
NORTH SEA GAS
EDDI READERAND MANY MORE
WEST LOTHIAN'S FIRST VILLAGE FOLK 'N' ALE FESTIVAL
DAY TICKET £50.
PERFORMANCES FROM EDDI READER, , NORTH SEA GAS AND MANY MORE
DRINK AND FOOD TOKENS INCLUDED IN PRICE
LIMITED CAMPING FACILITIES AVAILABLE BUT MUST BE PRE BOOKED -. EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org TO SECURE YOUR PITCH - PAY £20 AT CHECK IN
SELECTION OF CRAFT ALES
(Earlier drop offs available on request)
THE WIZARD OF OZ & OTHER STORIES
Fun filled performing arts summer camp with show performance to family & friends on the Friday afternoon.
Drama, singing and Dance classes for 4-18 years in Bathgate Regal theatre
please bring packed lunch and wear comfortable clothing for dance classes with dance shoes or trainers
booking now, please contact Bathgate box office on 01506 630085
Cost £100 for the week course and show