SCOTTISH rocker Fish is delighted to be going back on the road - with one exception.
A STRING of mundane jobs and the prospect of becoming a father inspired a local student to start his own record label.
FOR Then Jerico singer Mark Shaw, playing in Glasgow always feels a little bit like home.
Slam's Subbie residency this month features the indefatigable techno newcomer Gary Beck.
THE Moll had spent the afternoon watching her favourite Cary Grant movies.
Common is dead.
Star Trek Into Darkness (12A, 132 mins)
SCOTTISH rockers Fatherson are on the up and up - and are increasing in number.
Five years is a long time in the life of an ambitious actress.
Eric Bana's big break was interesting.
IF YOU are going to stage a theatre show which takes children on a journey – an actual, physical walkabout – you need to be able to think on your feet.
SIGNING up to Glasgow's award-winning series of lunchtime plays is like the theatrical equivalent of a bootcamp, with a manic two-week rehearsal period typically followed by a week-long run at Oran Mor.
MERCURY Music Prize winners Alt-J admit their new-found fame has one problem – they can't believe people want their autographs.
the Pigeon Detectives have always been proud of their home city roots.
THE Shimmy Club – the omnipotent G1 Group's latest venue – flings open its doors tonight for a dazzling all-weekend launch party.
I was enjoying a chill-out Tuesday, some down time due for hauling my brogues round the mean city streets.
Dead Man Down (15, 118 mins)
A REFUGE for those in thrall to the simple, riff-heavy rock 'n' roll of old, Box is out of place in Sauchiehall Street.
THEY'RE the band who are living up to their name.
Mary Portas often gets stopped by people on the street.
Theatre School – Open Auditions
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