Culture

Culture

Book review: The Century Girls, by Tessa Dunlop

Books
Claire MacLeary

Book review: Burnout, by Claire MacLeary

Books
Installation shot from Charles Rennie Mackintosh - Making the Glasgow Style PIC: John Devlin

Art review: Charles Rennie Mackintosh - Making the Glasgow Style, Kelvingrove Museum Glasgow

Art
Donald S Murray

Book review: The Dark Stuff, by Donald S Murray

Books

Art interview: Toby Paterson on his show for Glasgow International

Art

Art preview: Five things to see at Glasgow International

Art

Interview: Pianist Pavel Kolesnikov talks perfume and music ahead of his Edinburgh concert with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra

News

Music review: RSNO: Gene Kelly – A Life in Music, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Music
John Hinton and Jo Eagle in The Element In The Room

Theatre reviews: Valentina’s Galaxy | The Element In The Room | Space Ape

Theatre
Declan O'Rourke

Music review: Declan O’Rourke, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh

Music
Tessa Dunlop

Book review: The Century Girls, by Tessa Dunlop

Books
Claire MacLeary

Book review: Burnout, by Claire MacLeary

Books
Donald S Murray

Book review: The Dark Stuff, by Donald S Murray

Books
The best spy novels bring trauma to our everyday world, though the search for                                          whodunnit is rarely the end of the story, as spies deal in long-term plans and global conspiracies

Penny Fielding: A deadly return for the spy novel

Opinion

Author of Morningside Maisie books Aileen Paterson has died

Books

Jules Montague: If you can remember your childhood, but not your children, are you still you?

Health

Book reviews: The best teen fiction for Easter

Books

Book reviews: The best children’s books for Easter

Books
Is a lack of nerve killing the cinema?

Aidan Smith: Don’t blame Netflix, a lack of nerve is killing the cinema

Opinion 4
Thomas Gioria in Custody

Film reviews: Custody | Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts | You, Me and Him

Film
Maxine Peake's new film Funny Cow is out on Friday. Picture: Debra Hurford Brown

Interview: Maxine Peake takes on stand-up in new film Funny Cow

Film 1
Avengers super fans attended the exclusive sneak preview. Louise Saul dressed as Scarlet Witch. Callum Macinnes dressed as Vision.

Video: Edinburgh fans marvel at Avengers: Infinity War preview

Film
An Lanntair in Stornoway staged a Sunday opening experiment between January and March to gauge public opinion.

Regular Sunday opening for Stornoway's arts centre ‘as soon possible’

Lifestyle 6
Creative Scotland has launched a recruitment drive for a new figurehead for the film and TV sectors.

Creative Scotland to pay new film and TV chief up to £93k

Lifestyle
John Byrne was named most stylish male at Kelvingrove gallery in Glasgow.

Artist and playwright John Byrne named Scotland’s most stylish man

Lifestyle

Interview: Director Todd Haynes on making children’s film Wonderstruck

Film

Film reviews: Ready Player One | Isle of Dogs | Journeyman | The Islands and the Wales

Film

Film festival review: Hippodrome Silent Film Festival, Bo’ness

Film
Stuart Cosgrove is chairing Glasgow's bid. Picture: John Devlin

Glasgow bid for Channel 4 HQ meets all guidelines, says Cosgrove

TV & Radio 8
Enoch Powell speaking in 1974 at a rally in Birmingham for the anti-Common Market group Get Britain Out. Picture: Welsy/Keystone/Getty

Dani Garavelli: Powell speech renews lifeblood of racist UK

Opinion 138

Still Game Review: Muddled finale sums up dismal series

Lifestyle 32
Alan Clement joined STV Productions in 2008. Picture: Robert Perry

Shake-up at STV continues with departure of Alan Clements

TV & Radio 3

Craig Ferguson hints at his starring role in Still Game ‘spin-off’

TV & Radio 2

Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway nominated for TV Bafta

News

Creative Scotland to pay new film and TV chief up to £93k

Lifestyle

Frankie Boyle loses his head in haunted house horror

TV & Radio
John Hinton and Jo Eagle in The Element In The Room

Theatre reviews: Valentina’s Galaxy | The Element In The Room | Space Ape

Theatre
Margaret of Scotland at Oran Mor

Theatre review: Margaret Saves Scotland, Oran Mor, Glasgow

Theatre
Brid Ni Neachtain as Mary Tyrone and George Costigan as James in rehearsals for Long Day's Journey Into Night at the Citz

Theatre preview: Long Day’s Journey Into Night at the Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow

Theatre
Stephen Tompkinson, Nigel Havers and Denis Lawson performing in "Art" which will appear at Glasgow Theatre Royal on 13th and 14th April 2018

Theatre reviews: Dr Jeykll and Mr Hyde | Richard III | Art

Theatre 2
Maeve and Libby perform in Mother's Ruin

How a gin themed cabaret is bringing Mother’s Ruin to life

Theatre
A 'bring your own baby' stand-up gig

How daytime stand-up comedy can help both mums and children

Theatre
A Play A Pie and A Pint'Oran Mor'This week at PPP is 'Rachel's Cousins' By Ann Marie Di Mambro.

Theatre reviews: Rachel’s Cousins | Little Light | Crazy for You

Theatre

Interview: Torvill and Dean

News

The Rebirth of a Brand best known as Russell

Theatre

Artist and playwright John Byrne named Scotland’s most stylish man

Lifestyle

Theatre interview: Shôn Dale-Jones on touring shows The Duke and Me and Robin Hood

Theatre

Interview: Pianist Pavel Kolesnikov talks perfume and music ahead of his Edinburgh concert with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra

News
Brigadoon, with Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse PIC: Moviestore/REX/Shutterstock

Music review: RSNO: Gene Kelly – A Life in Music, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Music
Declan O'Rourke

Music review: Declan O’Rourke, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh

Music
Roy Orbison as a hologram in Roy Orbison in Dreams

Music review: Roy Orbison In Dreams, Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

Music

Album reviews: John Prine | Laura Veirs | The Damned | The National Jazz Trio of Scotland

Music

Opera preview: Scottish Opera’s 2018/19 Season

Music

Music review: Dua Lipa

Music

Music review: Gregory Porter

Music
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