Review: Friday 13th at Dread, Scare Attraction, Glasgow

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 under, cracks on the pavement to dodge, and, bearing in mind it’s always raining, slippery surfaces to avoid. It’s the month of Halloween and with […]

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Glasgow International Comedy Festival Review: Frankie Boyle and Friends

As part of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, the country’s most controversial comedian Frankie Boyle heads up the show with host Fred MacAulay and support acts Jen Brister and Scott Gibson over four nights at The Kings Theatre. Perth comedian MacAulay opens the show, not afraid to tear into members of the crowd including a […]

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‘moon child’ Review: Glasgow Central Station Underground Tour

My visit to the hidden depths (and dungeons?) of Glasgow Central Station started at the meeting point opposite Marks and Spencers in the main part of Central we all know and love. Our tour guide and resident amaetur historian Paul Lyons greeted us with typical Glaswegian warmth and humour, and led us down to the […]

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