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Review: Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter @ Glasgow Film Theatre

Review: Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter @ Glasgow Film Theatre

When I was young, dance was a huge part of my life. Homework was often left neglected as choreographing routines to the latest B*Witched track and acting out scenes from my favourite musicals were at the top of my priority list. Dancing, to me, was an escape from reality and […]

by April 13, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Film
BBC Art Screen: Film ‘Rio’ opens festival with a barrage of Brazilian rhythm

BBC Art Screen: Film ‘Rio’ opens festival with a barrage of Brazilian rhythm

On Thursday night the BBC’s film festival Art Screen officially launched at the Glasgow Film Theatre. The occasion was marked by the premiere of director Julien Temple’sdocumentary ‘Rio 50º Carry On Carioca.’ The film took the audience on a colourful and musical tour of the eponymous Brazilian city as it gears up to host […]

by April 12, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Film, News
Confessions & Recommendations of a Gigaholic.

Confessions & Recommendations of a Gigaholic.

Calum McMillan explores some Glasgow’s local alternative music scene and why he finds it so compelling.

by March 26, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Music, Opinion, Photos
The City Centre Sound: Busking in Glasgow

The City Centre Sound: Busking in Glasgow

Glasgow is an inspirational city with an eclectic music scene that stretches across the whole spectrum from pop and classical to jazz and rock. The grass roots of Glasgow’s music scene can be experienced on any trip into the city centre. Whether we are scurrying past them on our way to work […]

by March 25, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Features, Music
#StreetStyleSunday: Pretty Little Things

#StreetStyleSunday: Pretty Little Things

Often in fashion the smallest details have the biggest impact. The Wee G‘s style hunters, on their weekly browse around Glasgow, sought out people using small accessories to complement their look. By Luciano Graca @Lutadeux and Laura Redpath @rorared

by March 23, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture
Review: Overkill @ Cathouse

Review: Overkill @ Cathouse

Having been on the scene for over 30 years, Overkill made their first ever visit to Glasgow, and the Cathouse was packed to the rafters with fans. With such a packed venue, it was a risky business going to the bar for a drink. So for support band Xentrix’s set […]

by March 19, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Music
#StreetStyleSunday: Triple Docs

#StreetStyleSunday: Triple Docs

Iconic British brand Dr. Martens is stuck to the feet and hearts around the globe. In anticipation of the label’s 54th anniversary on 1 April, The Wee G‘s style hunters tracked down the best Docs straight from the streets of Glasgow. By Luciano Graca @Lutadeux and Laura Redpath @rorared

by March 16, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture
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Best of British Culturemain docs Dr.Martens fashion Glasgow scotstreetstyle SS14 streetstylesunday StyleHunters

Last week Britain unveiled its latest attempt to win the Eurovision crown. Children of the Universe sung by Molly, a 26 year old singer/songwriter from Leicestershire.  It was in 1998 that Eurovision changed the voting system to include telephone voting from each of the participant countries. Since then, it has become […]

by March 15, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Features, Music
Can an independent Scotland win Eurovision?

Can an independent Scotland win Eurovision?

Last week Britain unveiled its latest attempt to win the Eurovision crown. Children of the Universe sung by Molly, a 26 year old singer/songwriter from Leicestershire. It was in 1998 that Eurovision changed the voting system to include telephone voting from each of the participant countries. Since then, it has become common […]

by March 15, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Features, Music
Photos: The Wee G @ The Scottish Alternative Music Awards 2014

Photos: The Wee G @ The Scottish Alternative Music Awards 2014

Awards show are either one of two things: a totally harmless indulgence and an excuse for a party or an entirely out of touch fabricated self congratulatory excuse for party. Frequently, they’re actually both. In the arts in particular, for every nominee who is there because they know the right […]

by March 12, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture, Music, Photos