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Arts Review: Edwin Morgan's Dreams and Other Nightmares

Dir. Andy Arnold, Tron Theatre, 24th July – 2nd August

The 2014 Commonwealth Games did much more for Glasgow than to showcase international athleticism. They also opened the doors for some fantastic Scottish theatre, showcasing the best of Scottish culture to a captive audience, perfectly evinced by the Tron Theatre’s Edwin Morgan’s Dreams and Other Nightmares, a play which biographies one of Scotland’s great poets, written by another, Liz Lochhead. 280 more words


The Romance of the Cup


Date: Saturday, August 16, 2014 – 3.00pm
Venue: Garscube Sports Complex, Glasgow

‘Focussing on the league’ at the expense of cup competitions is a modern phenomenon, but I’m an old skool supporter in most ways and as such I love the cut and thrust of knockout football, especially in the Scottish Cup. 1,399 more words

Scottish Football

Palestinian Flag Raised Over Glasgow City Chambers

The Israel-Palestine conflict continues to be a heated topic in international politics. Following Israel’s recent launch of Operation Protection Edge in July, the conflict has reached a new level of despair, with death tolls in Gaza approaching two thousand, most of these, innocent civilians. 622 more words


Drygate Brewery

The view from the top of the Necropolis encapsulates almost the entirety of the Glaswegian life cycle. The Royal Infirmary sees birth, death, and all manner of ailments in between on a daily basis. 1,512 more words


Album Review: Jaww - Pure Vibes

Jaww are about as cute as they come. Pure Vibes is their debut EP of cheerful, loving indie-pop. A five-piece from the north of England, they formed last year at college under the influence of The Smiths. 165 more words


Album Review: Moon Duo - Live in Ravenna

Since forming in 2009 Moon Duo has been a band with a clear direction and, building on obvious inspiration from bands like Suicide and Silver Apples, founding members Ripley Johnson and Sanae Yamada have continued to refine their sound. 183 more words


Live Review: TEEN

King Tut’s – 21/07

Well, I guess I shall start this as positively and reductionist as possible: TEEN are fantastic live. I should stray away from the ridiculously out-dated and unnecessary gender-based analogies, but seeing that there are not many all-female experimental bands out there, it’s rather difficult not to… 239 more words