The velvet country voice of Patsy Cline captured the imagination of Sue Lowry who has been a lifelong fan of country music and the legendary singer.
Performing as Patsy Cline, Sue will be joined by Lee Davidge who gives a sensitive performance as Jim Reeves and Marc Robinson as the granddaddy of country music, Hank Williams. Hear incredible favourites of days gone by, such as Crazy, I Fall to Pieces, Sweet Dreams, Welcome to my World, Move it on Over plus many more popular hits. Music delivered by The Moonshine Boys Band. Pure country magic.
Howden Park Centre, Howden, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, EH54 6AE
To help plan your walking journey to the Centre, visit the WalkIt websiteOpens new window This urban walking journey planner provides maps and detailed instructions, alongside step-free alternatives for those who have additional mobility needs.
Howden Park Centre is a 10 minute walk from Livingston Shopping Centre and bus terminal. Head along Almondvale Boulevard following the pedestrian signs for the Civic Centre. Walking past the entrance to the Civic Centre use the pedestrian crossing on Howden South Road, follow the path ahead through Howden Park to the Centre.
A bike rack is located at the main entrance for customers. Livingston has an extensive network of walking and cycling off-road paths. To plan your cycling journey to Howden Park Centre visit the CycleStreets websiteOpens new window
Howden Park Centre is well served by buses it is a 10 minute walk from the bus terminal at Livingston Shopping Centre. The closest bus stops are on Howden East and at the entrance to St John's Hospital, with both a 2 minute walk away.
Edinburgh Waverley - Livingston North
Journey time from: 23 mins (25min walk to Howden Park Centre)
Glasgow Queen Street - Livingston North
Journey time from: 41 mins (25min walk to Howden Park Centre)
For up to date train information visit the ScotRail websiteOpens new window.
There are not many taxis available at taxi ranks outwith the town centre and it may not be easy to "wave down" a taxi in the street. However, you can pre-book a taxi or private hire car. We suggest putting a Livingston taxi number in your mobile and telephoning from the train.
Please note: if you are using a sat nav to locate the venue please use the postcode EH54 6BW. This will direct you to Toronto Avenue, Howden Park Centre is clearly signposted from here.
From Edinburgh: M8, come off at Livingston (j3). Slip road to dual carriageway (A899).
From Glasgow: M8, come off at Livingston (j3). 1st exit off roundabout onto the dual
Dual Carriageway to Howden Park Centre
A899 towards town centre exit Almondvale junction - exit marked Craigsfarm South (brown HPC tourist sign). At the bottom of the slip get into the right hand lane, take the 2nd exit from the roundabout. Left hand lane at the lights and follow the brown Howden Park Centre sign.
Through the roundabout to the next one (Civic Centre on your left) and take 3rd exit. Turn left at the next Howden Park Centre sign (into Toronto Avenue). Left into Howden Park. Follow the road to the end.
Free parking - 115 spaces (8 disabled). The car park will be locked over night.
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