The Tolbooth

Occupying a prominent position on Lanark High Street, The Tollbooth serves the community as a Heritage Centre and Arts Hub!

The Tolbooth

About The Tolbooth

4 High Street, Lanark ML11 7EX
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The Tolbooth Lanark is a heritage centre and arts hub in the beautiful market town of Lanark. The Tolbooth is believed to have existed in the early 1400's.

Today it is the modern, flexible venue where many events, exhibitions, fundraisers and other community activities are held. Its central location in the thriving heart of the town makes it the ideal place for your event.

Upcoming Events at The Tolbooth

Bookbinding Workshop

Bookbinding Workshop

26th January 2019
In this afternoon workshop at The Tolbooth, Lanark local book designer, Beth, will teach you how to use basic book binding tools to make beautiful Japanese-style stab bound notebooks!

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Popular Events

Wacky World - Motherwell
Does your child Love Total Wipeout, Inflatables & Animals? You might like to know that Wacky World, the UK's Largest Inflatable Play Park, is coming to Motherwell on Saturday 19th January!
Little Fix
The UK’s official number 1 Little Mix Tribute Band, Little Fix, will play Rutherglen Town Hall on Sunday 12th May!
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
C.S. Lewis' classic tale leaps off the page and on to the stage in January 2019 when Shine Kids & Ignite bring The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe to Motherwell Concert Hall!
Lanark Market Car Boot Sale
An undercover car boot sale is held at Lanark Agricultural Market on Sundays throughout the year from 8am to 2pm!
An Evening with Neil Lennon & Gordon Strachan
FSG and GoldStar Promotions and Motherwell Concert Hall are delighted to bring you an evening with two legendary Celtic managers, Neil Lennon and Gordon Strachan!

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