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Strathaven Town Mill


The Town Mill exists to support the community of Strathaven and the surrounding area by offering rooms and halls for hire for events and exhibitions as well as promoting a wide range of events organised by our members.

The Town Mill was built in the 17th century in the shadow of Strathaven Castle, another well known historic landmark. Known throughout the county for years as a focal point for community gatherings and particularly musical clubs and groups, It has had many uses throughout its life, even housing the local tourist information office for a short time.

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Our Upcoming Events

Please see below information for some of our upcoming events or click to see our full calendar.

In the Heights

THURSDAY 11 NOV at 7:30pm

Lights up on Washington Heights...The scent of a cafecito caliente hangs in the air just outside of the 181st Street subway stop, where a kaleidoscope of dreams rallies this vibrant and tight-knit community. At the intersection of it all is the likable, magnetic bodega owner Usnavi (Anthony Ramos), who saves every penny from his daily grind as he hopes, imagines and sings about a better life.

Colin Bryce the Tartan Tenor

SATURDAY 13 NOV at 7:30pm

Following a sold-out performance back in 2019, The Tartan Tenor in Concert is returning to the Strathaven Town Mill with a brand-new show featuring favourites from the worlds of Musical Theatre, Opera and Scots Song in a stunning concert show which will turn everything you think you know about a vocal recital upside down.

The Flaming Blackhearts

FRIDAY 26 NOV at 7:30pm

The Flaming Blackhearts are Michelle McManus, Steve Caban and Tim Black. The talented trio have been performing together for a number of years with their unique blend of Americana, Country and Blues heard through a mixture of brand new songs and quirky covers.

Mr Fibbers: Musical Comedy for Kids

SATURDAY 22 JAN at 3:00pm

After performing sold out shows across Scotland, Mr Fibbers is back and ready to rock the house again. Prepare yourselves for lots of musical madness from the maestro himself as he performs some new songs, and some old favourites, that are guaranteed to make you laugh.

Our History

An Integral Part of Working Life

The Mill was built in 1650 by William, the Second Duke of Hamilton, who was then resident in Strathaven Castle which sits adjacent to the Mill. It played an integral part in the working life of Strathaven for three and a quarter centuries.

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We have three bookable facilities, The Granary, The Thomson Suite and The Theatre.

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Stories from The Mill

Please see below information on some of our news stories about The Mill or click to see all our previous articles.
Back with a bang and the Wee Scottish Big Band

Back with a bang and the Wee Scottish Big Band

We're delighted to welcome the Wee Scottish Big Band back to the Mill for our first post-lockdown gig of 2021. This will be a show not to be missed with some of the finest jazz musicians playing arrangements from Glen Miller to Buddy Rich and beyond, and songs from...

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A Great Night was Had by All

A Great Night was Had by All

Well what a fabulous night we had at the Town Mill last night watching this amazing show! Lots of laughs, poetry and songs. How lucky are we in Strathaven that we can attract such talent to play…

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Creative Strathaven Launch

Creative Strathaven Launch

Delighted to be attending the official launch of Creative Strathaven. Beautiful work on display. Be sure to drop by the Mill tomorrow between 10 and 4 for the exhibition or 1 and 3pm…

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Don’t be shy. We'd love to hear from you. Let us know if you have any questions and we'll reply as soon as possible!

Strathaven Town Mill

Stonehouse Road, Strathaven, Lanarkshire. Registered charity number: SC010579