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SEAT REVIEWS: Platform, Glasgow


Platform, Easterhouse is a 210 seat tiered auditorium.

There are ten main rows of tired seats with a gallery row directly behind that separated by a rail. 111 more words


Flash Fiction: The Bridge

I entered the Scottish Book Trust’s 50 word fiction competition for September. They run one every month, and it’s open to everybody (in Scotland or not). 129 more words

50 Word Fiction

WHAT'S ON NOVEMBER: Tabula Rasa with Vanishing Point and Scottish Ensemble

“Several people have told me essentially this same story about the still, sad music of Arvo Pärt – how it became, for them or for others, a vehicle of solace. 247 more words

What's On / Listings

Frank Waln releases new video 'Good Way' ft. Gunner Jules & Rollie Raps

On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Frank Waln releases his newest video ‘Good Way’ ft. Gunner Jules & Rollie Raps. “Good Way represents the side of Indigenous boys and men that doesn’t often get portrayed in the media. 671 more words


Plotlines revealed for series four of The Bridge

Even though we’re still a few months away from the end of 2017 and the start of 2018, we’re already counting down the days until the fourth and final series of The Bridge appears on our screen. 395 more words


REVIEW: Damned Rebel Bitches - Platform, Easterhouse

From the Clydebank Blitz in WW2, where Ella and her older sister Irene are orphaned, through emigration to New York in the 50s, a return to Scotland after widow-hood, to the streets of New York in 2012, Sandy Thomson’s Damned Rebel Bitches, part of Luminate the creative ageing Festival, is a joyous celebration of the women of the war years and an inspiring rallying call that life can be lived to the full, no matter what your age. 271 more words


Eagles to perform first-ever concert at Grand Ole Opry House, exclusively for SiriusXM

The Eagles will perform a special invitation-only concert for SiriusXM listeners at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on Sunday, October 29. The concert marks the first time the legendary GRAMMY Award-winning band – Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. 140 more words