There are few touring shows that are as visually stunning as Jonathan Church’s Singin’ in the Rain. Based on the classic 1952 MGM film starring Gene Kelly, the fun show is set in 1920’s Hollywood and tells the story of the film industry’s difficult move away from the silent movie era towards talking motion pictures.
For someone who has been unwittingly hailed as the spokesman for his generation, Jake Bugg is a man of very few words. Sauntering onto the stage at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on Saturday night, he launched into There’s a Beast and We All Feed It without saying a single word, and continued to play tracks from his two albums pretty much...
Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini is set to perform at T in the Park this summer, for the first time since 2010.
Swedish House Mafia, the legendary electronic dance trio who made music history by selling over 1,000,000 tour tickets in just one week, are set to premier their Leave the World Behind documentary in March. The music documentary, which will be released in cinemas nationwide later this year, follows the defunct band on what was to become their final world tour....
Arriving at The Edinburgh Playhouse to see Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita, I didn’t know what to expect other than hordes of swooning middle-aged women, there purely to see Marti Pellow take on the narrator role of Che.
The Buddy Holly Story may now just be one of several “jukebox musicals” touring the country on a conveyer belt-like basis but, in actuality, it was one of the first West End shows to help establish the popular sub-genre that has made music theatre so accessible for casual fans. It seems somewhat fitting that the musical based on the life...
We can happily say that the first Celebrity Big Brother of 2014 has been our favourite one to date.
The Hard Rock Café in Glasgow, which opened its doors to the public in November, is set to officially celebrate its launch with a series of fun music master classes, exclusive gigs, money-can’t-buy competitions, parties and DJ sets.
When we saw all the tweets about it being five years since Adam Lambert auditioned for American Idol, we couldn’t believe our eyes.
It’s that time of year again: time for the official Flecking Records Sexy List.
A new year, a new Celebrity Big Brother for us to enjoy.
Ever since it aired back in 2003, it has become a bit of a tradition that during the festive month of December we watch Busted: Christmas For Everyone.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and if you’re anything like me, now is about the time you start worrying about all the people you haven’t bought presents for yet.
Flawless tap dancing? Check. Glitzy costumes? Check. Live 17-piece orchestra? Check. Stunning sets? Check.
Have you sent your letter to Santa yet? Well it pays to be disorganised, because we’re quickly adding Il Divo’s new album, A Musical Affair, to our lists.
Glee have taken a few of our favourite thing and rolled them into one.
The hilarious Steve Kardynal is back with another Chatroulette prank.
We’ve all seen arguments playing out in the comments on YouTube videos, but some very clever film-makers have found a way to bring these arguments to life.
Flecking favourites Jedward have a new video online.
James Franco and Seth Rogen have recreated Kanye West’s latest video, Bound 2, which shows the rapper getting up close and personal with a topless Kim Kardashian on a motorbike.