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Walk Off The Earth and into Glasgow

Just over two years ago the internet almost died from the sheer intensity of people all over the world watching a video of five people playing the song “Somebody That I Used to Know” by the Australian artist Gotye. 276 more words


The Colour Ham- QMU, Glasgow

The Colour Ham- QMU, Glasgow


One can only begin to reiterate the brilliance that is The Colour Ham, surely a Scottish institution in the making. 297 more words


Arts review: The Steamie, QMU, 20/3/14

When deciding which show to put on in Glasgow, The Steamie is a pretty safe bet. Voted second in STV’s Top 30 Best Loved Shows, STaG’s production of the old favourite is as touching and heartwarming as any you’re likely to see. 436 more words

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Live review: Fatherson, QMU, 2/11/13

There’s a sense of occasion in the air as Fatherson hit up the QMU for their biggest headline show to date, the four-piece (plus live cellist Elaine Glass) are touring workaholics and tonight is the culmination of all the work put in thus far. 405 more words

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Theatre is Alive

We are constantly told that theatre is dying.  Whether through frequent reminders of funding cuts paraded in daily news reports reflecting the dwindling state of our economy or with the ongoing introduction of new media platforms: films, television shows, youtube, social media, seemingly attempting to drive theatre out of the running it would appear that theatre doesn’t have a hope. 281 more words