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What’s On This Christmas?

Find out what festive fun is going on in-centre this season!

XSiting Buskers are coming to town!

Who doesn’t love a bit of live music? ​​Music lovers can look forward to seeing local talent, who will perform on the ground floor of the centre, including Archie CW, Maryjane Sings, Zenna Whittaker, and Maria McAveety on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 November.

The singers will perform at XSite from 5:30pm on Friday 26 November, and between 2-5pm on Saturday 27 November.

 

Festive theatre

Looking for a fun family day out – how does a little bit of theatre sound? Tron Theatre is bringing the fun of the theatre to you at XSite this Christmas with their short play, Merry.

Merry is always ready for a party! She loves birthdays, the last day of school, family celebrations, special holidays, and especially Christmas.

Merry just wishes she could feel festive all the time. 

Join Merry on her most adventurous mission yet – can she track down and capture the Festive Spirit? A seasonal audio adventure for all the family.

Join us for a limited number of free performances, perfect for those aged 5-10 and their families. Merry is experienced through audio headsets (provided by us) and runs for 15-20 minutes. 

Join us on the following dates:

Sat 11th & Sun 12th Dec: 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm 

Christmas not your thing? Come and sit on our Bah Humbug chair!

Christmas shopping can get tiring, so if you’re looking for a place to dig deep for your festive cheer – or just relax while the family has fun at XSite – why not come and take a seat on our Bah Humbug chair? 

 

Fancy a festive film?

Christmas time is the ultimate time to grab the snacks and head to the cinema. Luckily, XSite is home to one of Scotland’s best big-screen destinations (and there’s free parking!)

This season, there are lots of festive screenings including your favourite Christmas films, new and old, such as:

 

Elf 

Arthur Christmas

And Home Alone 

 

Find out current opening times and what’s on here.

Latest centre information

In line with Government guidance, anyone visiting the centre, must wear a face covering.

Throughout the pandemic, we continue to do everything we can to make sure the centre is a safe place to visit and work.

We look forward to welcoming you back!