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WHAT'S ON MAY: To Serve is to Resist - the story of one of Scotland's Holocaust Victims

To Serve is to Resist is the story of Jane Haining who lived in Pollokshields, Glasgow and was a Missionary in Hungary. She was one of 10 Scots who died in Auschwitz in 1944. 14 more words

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WHAT'S ON MAY: Couscous on the 29 (Come On Get Aff) at the Southside Fringe

Margaret sucks on a humbug, witnessing her fellow passengers… passing strangers now. She reminisces about the time when “come oan get aff” was heard daily on the trams. 45 more words

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Possibly Organising, Promoting & Hosting My Own Gig?

I have recently been thinking about organising, promoting and hosting my own gig. A while ago I spoke to Kev, who runs The Shed venue, asking him about the possibility of organising a gig at his venue. 126 more words

Autumn at The Shed - Guest review

We love hearing feedback from our guests that spend time at The Shed with their family and friends.  Blogger Beth from Baby Macbeth recently spent 4 days at The Shed with her family and shares her experience and some great pics about her time here… happy reading!: 13 more words

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9. Cochrane and the Shed

Detective Cochrane got out of the red house and walked in the field behind it. He took a cigarette out of his pocket and lighted it. 1,089 more words

Detective Cochrane

I must go down to the sea again… sunshine and storms!

The dramatic and mischievous spirit of the sea is ever present here in this Cornish town of Falmouth. The town’s history abounds with tales of courageous maritime exploits and endeavours, from the days of the Packet ships and Trafalgar Way, to more recent heroic around the world challenges. 675 more words

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2. The Shed

M rolled down the road until the wheels of his skateboard stop in the dirt at the end of the asphalt. He switched the thermos of hand then grabbed the board and walked is way to the path in the tall grass. 1,137 more words

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