It’s an amazing show: dance, music, art, dresses – and quite a few hats! And through it all, the long, long love story of Fergus and Meg.
Introducing Fergus and Meg, one of three overlapping exhibitions at the Fergusson Gallery in Perth, marks the meeting of the artist and the dancer in [...]Continue Reading →
“People come to Edinburgh because it’s ‘nice’, not because it’s exciting. But I think the city is tantalisingly close to solving this problem.” That was Rupert Thomson programme director of Summerhall talking to The List about Edinburgh’s chronic shortage of live music venues last year.Continue Reading →
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We had some last minute panic. What if it snowed? What if no-one turned up? How would we stop people filling in all the answers in a bar without setting foot on the streets? And where would we find a poison bottle?
“If you threw a dart at a map of Sauchiehall Street, you would almost certainly hit a cinema”, says Gordon Barr. We don’t have a dart to hand but we do have a map. And Gordon to tell us stories of fine old picture palaces with fine old names – Regal, Gaumont, La Scala – [...]Continue Reading →
Another day, another petition. But does signing your name on a good cause make a difference? Well, it can work sometimes (we’re remembering Glasgow’s recent George Square campaign and the impact of last year’s rapid social media support to Stop the Arts Tax). So we took note when an email arrived from Continue Reading →
It’s never too late for a New Year resolution, especially one that can help to make you live healthier, happier and longer. In short, walking is a wonder drug. Here are ten good reasons for taking it.Continue Reading →
“…navigate the city’s gum-addled streets on a culture-quenching mission.”
That’s the Pop Cop, describing Glasgow Music Tour as only he can. His succinct review (there’s more to it!) pops up as we sift through our cuttings. With thousands of Celtic Connections fans about to invade the city, we need some shiny [...]Continue Reading →