FOLLOWING a tremendously messy festive trilogy of parties, the Electric Frog returns this weekend to light up your Easter with a double-header bash at SWG3.
I enjoy a Raymond Chandler novella as much as the next gumshoe.
NAMING your club night after one of the country's most notorious prisons might not make commercial sense, but then this is no ordinary club.
HURTS singer Theo Hutchcraft believes music today is too unadventurous – and he wants more bands to stop playing it safe.
FOR years Graeme Clark has been a key cog in Wet Wet Wet.
JO Freer doesn't come across as the character actor sort, a term which generally applies to those who convince as oddballs, eccentrics, or even the incredibly ordinary.
STEPHANIE McGregor smiles as she reveals how she has been spending the week talking to herself.
Nicola Benedetti is regarded as one of the world's most talented musicians – now she wants to help inspire the next generation.
JACK THE GIANT SLAYER (12A, 114 MINS)
LITTLE did I know, as I descended the minimalist staircase into the bowels of Club Fabriq, what I was letting myself in for.
HAS the world changed or have I changed?" asked Morrissey on The Queen Is Dead in 1986.
UP and coming Irish band Kodaline reckon their songs will stick in people's heads – because the tunes come straight from the heart.
The Moll often dresses to kill.
WHERE has Catriona Evans been in recent years?
WHEN Lucy Porter answers the phone, she has just finished making herself a cup of tea.
WHETHER it was Scottish Opera being founded, Barrowland opening its doors or modern bands such as Glasvegas and Franz Ferdinand hitting the charts, Glasgow has a rich musical heritage.
WECLOME TO THE PUNCH (15)
THE current clubbing landscape in Queen Street means that, with the exception of basement techno Mecca La Cheetah, it's a magnet for pretty much exactly the kind of people that I can't keep a straight face when surrounded by.
IN just a year of existence, Rubix has accomplished quite a bit.
The city was jumping to the Sound of the Underground as Girls Aloud were in town....
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