Railing against Hydro

I AGREE with Ann McGhee (Letters, December 20) regarding the Hydro.

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I too was in the area she mentions, and can't understand how they got an entertainment licence from a public safety point of view.

The stair aisles are wide enough for a hand rail up the middle and floor lighting would not go amiss.

As a fan of Andre Rieu I enjoyed the concert, but was disappointed there was no Scottish input - perhaps an arrangement of 'I belong to Glasgow' would have put heart and soul into the arena.

Bill Russell, Sent via email

Festive failing

I COULD not agree more with Iain Lundy's piece about Glasgow's festivities compared with Edinburgh's.

George Square is an embarrassment and has little to encourage visitors.

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Carnival cost

WHILE reading in Wednesday's Evening Times about the Irn-Bru Carnival, I was disgusted to read that over 60s could get in for £7. Having no intention to go on rides, I am not paying £7 to walk round.

I remember taking my children to the carnival and enjoying the atmosphere but having to pay to walk round is a definite no.

Janet Cassidy, Sent by email

Pub shame

REGARDING, Mum blasts pub over autism 'discrimination' (December 18) - this is appalling

This mother has enough to deal with without having to deal with such arrogance.

John Monaghan, Posted online

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