Find out more about Melisa Kelly and the Smokin Crows in this preview on the launch party for their debut album, 'Devil's Luck'.
A short play about a strange phenomenon in New York City as thousands of stolen rubber ducks appear overnight in Central Park.
A wee blurb about Don’t Blink It’s April 2017. Fletch and Billy are meeting up for their monthy bevy to catch up and reminisce on the good old days when […]
Published by Glasgowist. Ma and Pa seem obsessed with the past, recalling unreliable memories, and conversing in an endless cycle of stories they have heard and told before yet can’t […]
Jersey Boys, the smash-hit musical based on the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, wows the audience at The Kings Theatre, Glasgow.
Irvine Welsh talks at the Aye Write! Festival in Glasgow about his new book Dead Men's Trousers, the last chapter in the Trainspotting saga.
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Published by Glasgowist. As we snuggle down in our seats, show programme in one hand and an extra-large mixed strawberry and blue raspberry slush puppy in the other, the audience […]
Published by Glasgowist. Admittedly, Mamma Mia is a total cheese-fest. The smash hit musical by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus has ludicrous high notes, a sickly sweet romantic setting, perfect […]
Published by TSA. It’s a quiet, soft moment on stage. A group of scanty clad, intoxicated delinquents are slowly being roused from their drunken slumber when the silence finally breaks […]
Published by Glasgowist. A tribute to the mammies and grannies of bygone Glasgow, The Steamie is a classic and timeless comedy, masterfully blending Scottish humour with the touching sentimentality and […]
Published by Glasgowist. Friday 13th, unlucky for some, can be scary enough in Glasgow city centre at night with the odd alcohol-induced zombie roaming the streets, shoogly scaffolding to walk […]