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Accounts Office – 01475 783533

Services that we provide



VAT Returns

Self-Assessment Tax Returns

Sub-Contractors and Construction Industry Returns

Personal Tax.

We are welcoming new clients, please call to arrange an appointment

PORT Glasgow spring bulb show takes place at Port Glasgow Town Hall on Saturday 11 March from noon to 4.30pm. There will be displays of spring flowers, pot plants, paintings and handicrafts. There will also be a baking competition.

Wednesday 15 March, 7.30pm. Tickets £20 (Concession £18)

A warm and witty musical comedy, Noël & Gertie is a love story devised by Sheridan Morley from the letters and diaries of two of the best-loved performers of the 20th Century -- Noël Coward and Gertrude Lawrence. With songs and scenes from shows including Private Lives and Blithe Spirit, this beautifully set and immaculately executed production takes a perfectly-orchestrated trip down memory lane.

Book online or call 01475 723723

Saturday 11 March, 7.30pm. Tickets £12 (Concession £10)

Familiar to thousands of music fans as the front man in the Scottish rock band Idlewild, Roddy Woomble is also a celebrated solo songwriter and performer. His naturally poetic writing and consistent touring have won him a growing fanbase all over the world.

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Thursday 9 March to Saturday 11 March at 7.30pm (plus 2.30pm performance on Saturday). Tickets £18 (Concession £16)

Inverclyde Musical Youth Theatre return to the Beacon with The Wizard of Oz. Join Kansas farmgirl Dorothy and her pet dog Toto on this magical adventure suitable for all ages.

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Thursday 9 March, 7pm. Tickets £8 (Concessions £6; £20 for all four concerts)

Homegrown talented singer/songwriters take centre stage in a series of four concerts performed over the course of the year. Experience a range of styles to suit various musical tastes. Musicians confirmed for the spring concert include Shelagh McKay Jones, Barrie Kelly, Emma Durkan, Roger Graham, Rebekah Kirk, Davy Nicol and Mark Philip Jones.

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Wednesday 8 March, 7.30pm. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions)

If I Had A Girl is a ground-breaking verbatim production that provides startling insight into honour-based violence in ethnic minority communities around Scotland. In their own words, survivors and perpetrators of honour-based violence show how choices made, the families people are born into and the expectations of others shape lives irrevocably.

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Saturday 4 March, 7.30pm. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions)

In 1961, 19-year-old Neil Aspinall joined The Beatles as their driver. He served the Fab Four for 46 years before stepping down as chief executive of Apple Corps, their corporate conglomerate. In A Life With The Beatles, hear his unique story through this energetic and intimate solo drama. Veteran Glasgow actor Ian Sexon is effervescent as he depicts the progression of the band from initial formation to the period after their split, along the way jumping into the characters of John, Paul, George and Ringo, manager Brian Epstein and producer George Martin.

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Saturday 4 March, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Tickets £8 (Concession £16)

After two sell-out tours, Liam Dolan and Jonny Mac have scoured the archives for some more classic Francie & Josie routines, songs and sketches for this brand new show, a guaranteed trip down memory lane.

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Friday 3 March, 8pm. Tickets cost £12 (£10 concession)

The event is strictly for over-16s only.

Scotland’s Best Small Comedy Club (Chortle Awards) is back at the Beacon for a night of belly laughs and tear-jerking giggles with resident Scott Gibson (MC) and up to eight comedians with varying levels of “time served” on the UK circuit.

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Friday 3 March, 7.30pm. Tickets £16 Concessions £14)

Acclaimed actor David Hayman reprises the role of trade unionist Bob Cunnimgham -- it’s two years after the Referendum and Bob has stuff on his mind: whether or not to take early retirement; politics, of course, and what to do about the No vote, Brexit, Corbyn, refugees;and not forgetting the letter from Ethel, his ex. The Cause of Thunder is the follow up to The Pitiless Storm, which went down a storm in the aftermath of the Referendum.

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Saturday 25 February, 7.30pm. Tickets £12 (Concession £10)

One of Scotland’s foremost singers, and twice winner of the prestigious Scots ‘Singer of the Year’ title at the Scots Trad Music Awards, Siobhan Miller has carved out a reputation as ‘one of the finest voices on the Scottish folk scene’ (The Scotsman). To coincide with the release of her second album, her chosen material reflects on her musical upbringing whilst forging a unique path forward – with stunning vocal performances atop the instrumental talents of Euan Burton (double bass) and Aaron Jones (guitar).

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Saturday 18 February, 2pm. Tickets £5

For ages two to five  | Deaf-friendly

The Polar Bears are moving up in the world. They’ve lost their balloon and they need to get it back. It’s time to get up, step up, climb up, jump up. One thing’s for sure, the only way is up! These two lovable polar bears are intrepid explorers, famous for their wild expeditions. This time they’ll be climbing trees, jumping on clouds and reaching for the stars as they race all the way up to space.

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Friday 17 February, 7.30pm. Tickets £15

Capall Dorcha Theatre Company presents A Night of Broadway, a two-hour cabaret performance featuring favourite musical theatre songs from Les Miserables, Grease, Wicked and many more.

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Sunday 12 February, 7.30pm. Tickets £17.50 (Concessions £14)

Using Tchaikovsky’s stirring score and a moving adaptation of the original choreography, Ballet West tell the story of the love of a young man for the cursed Odette, who is destined to spend her life as a swan, unless true love can release her from the spell of the evil Von Rothbart.

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Wednesday 8 February, 7.30pm. Tickets £20

Strictly over-16s only

Celebrating its 21st anniversary, the Circus of Horrors takes to the road with its latest incarnation The Never-ending Nightmare. This spectacular show features an amazing amalgamation of bizarre, brave and beautiful acts all woven into an Alice in Horrorland type story driven by a mainly original soundscape.

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Saturday 11 February, 7.30pm. Tickets £20 (concession £18)

Recommended age is 14-plus

Cora Bissett and David Greig’s life-affirming, song-filled drama based on the true story of seven feisty teenagers whose lives change forever when their school friend and her asylum-seeking family are forcibly taken from their home to be deported. The young women are galvanised to take a stand and fight for the life of their friend and, ultimately, for the rights of all children of asylum-seekers.

The real Glasgow Girls’ story became one of the most powerful asylum campaigns in recent history -- challenging the government, capturing the imagination of the media and inspiring a whole community to unite behind its residents. Glasgow Girls is a potent political drama, but uses uplifting songs, music, dance and humour to tell the girls’ tale. Its universal appeal and ecstatic audience response ensured it was a massive hit at Edinburgh Fringe 2016.

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Thursday 2 February, 7.30pm. Tickets £10 (Concession £8)

Company of Wolves present physical theatre production The End Of Things. The insistent ticking of a clock. The strung-out moments of a lifetime. Meetings. Love. Saying goodbye -- infused with joy, pain and breathtaking beauty, this is a journey to the heart of letting go.

Strictly over-14s only

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