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WHAT'S ON JUNE: Legendary saxophonist and composer Kamasi Washington comes to Glasgow

Much talked about US Jazz artist, saxophonist and composer Kamasi Washington has announced his debut solo UK tour. Washington will perform at Glasgow’s QMU on 27th June. 176 more words


The Sacrificial Poetry Review: Could You Be Spending More Time With Poetry?

I think I might have mentioned this before, but in case it’s never come up, over the last year I’ve been helping out at and running a poetry open mic in the fine establishment that is the QMU. 614 more words

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Arts Review: The Vagina Monologues

Isabella Elder Feminist Society, QMU, 11th March 2016

Vagina. Vagina. Vagina.

It’s a word a lot of people cringe away from- and not really one you’re used to hearing very often during performance. 316 more words

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You need to know about Astrid S, like now.

Lately, i’ve honestly been in love with Astrid S and on Friday she released Paper Thin and I can’t not talk about it. You need to know absolutely everything Astrid S. 507 more words

No place I'd rather be

Back in 2005, when I started planning my escape to Scotland, my first plan was to go to Glasgow and study at the (then) RSAMD. My first attempt was neutralised by a rejection letter after a terrible audition tape – bitter as it may sound, I didn’t fancy myself as an actor anyway and only applied to that because it was the only course I had knowledge of at the time. 1,118 more words

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QMU Live Fest Preview: Tijuana Bibles

Unashamedly rock n’ roll, Glasgow’s Tijuana Bibles bring an explosive energy to their music, moving on from their bluesy 2013 Wild River EP and venturing into a more aggressive style with Ghost / Dance / Movement, released last year. 349 more words

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