Scottish Government back the Burrell

The Scottish Government has awarded £5m towards refurbishment of the Burrell Collection to help with their plans. The ‘internationally significant’ museum has received support from the Scottish Government ahead of a major modernisation programme. The Burrell Collection closed in October 2016 for a £66 million refurbishment of the A-listed More...

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By admin On Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Texas launch new album with video

  You may be struggling a little to get tickets to the two outdoor shows in Kelvingrove Park this July as they are already sold out, but they are playing other dates in different places. Texas return with More...

By Daniel Speirs On Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

The rise of Glasgow’s independent coffee culture

Glasgow last night played host to the launch of Scotland’s first Independent Coffee Guide, cementing its place as a major player on the speciality coffee scene.    Over 100 people packed into South Block More...

By admin On Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

Distant Voices – EP written by prisoners and musicians

Distant Voices, a project which has developed songwriting in Scottish prisons in an innovative exploration of punishment and reintegration, will be launched officially on Monday, November 9. The studio EP “Distant More...

By Reader On Monday, June 29th, 2015

Take The Leap with the Royal Marines in Glasgow

Scotland’s Commando Spirit Appeal is calling on participants to sign up for an eye-watering abseil from Glasgow’s Finnieston Crane with the Royal Marines on 25 July. Those who sign up by 3 July will get a discounted More...

By admin On Sunday, May 24th, 2015

BBC Music at The Quay comes to Glasgow

Stevie McCrorie, James Bay, Jamie Cullum, Deacon Blue, Lulu, Twin Atlantic and KT Tunstall are among an array of artists set to take part in the BBC’s five-day pop-up festival, BBC Music at the Quay in Glasgow More...

By Rachel Cree On Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Number 10 Hotel, Southside’s hidden gem

The Wright Brothers, John (left) and Gordon (right) pictured with bar manager Shaun (centre) From Functions and Funerals to Flourish and Fame   How Number 10 Hotel became the new hidden gem of the South Side. As More...

By Douglas Greenwood On Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

Glasgow Film Fest 2015 – Memphis (Tim Sutton, 2013)

In amongst the airy, ethereal atmosphere of Tim Sutton’s Memphis, there lies promise. An idea that could make this film work in a sort of bizarre amalgamation of Beasts of the Southern Wild and Gummo. Both of More...

By admin On Monday, January 12th, 2015

Justin Townes Earle launches UK tour at Òran Mór

Justin Townes Earle today releases his companion album to 2014’s acclaimed Single Mothers, an LP of brand new material entitled Absent Fathers. Featuring 10 new tracks, the album forms the second half More...

By admin On Thursday, January 8th, 2015

The Skinny on best places to eat and drink in Glasgow

‘Edinburgh and Glasgow’s best food venues’ named by readers of The Skinny The winners in The Skinny magazine’s annual readers’ food and drink survey of venues in Glasgow and Edinburgh have been announced, More...