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Meg Mathews & Anaïs Gallagher Say No to Cosmetics Animal Testing in Cute Selfies for the Be Cruelty-Free Campaign

Meg Mathews and daughter Anaïs Gallagher teamed up for selfies with a heart to support Humane Society International’s Be Cruelty-Free campaign to end cruel animal testing of cosmetics. Proudly holding signed Be Cruelty-Free pledges, Meg and Anaïs hope to one day see a worldwide end to cosmetics cruelty such as rabbits having chemicals dripped in their eyes or mice being...

Black Lips announce UK tour

The Black Lips are on the move. This righteous Atlanta based quartet are not capable of sitting still. They’ve gotta keep moving all of the time, constantly scratching that insatiable itch for rock n’ roll, good times and decadent disorder.

Jess Glynne Announces Debut UK Tour

Last week saw Jess Glynne’s debut single ‘Right Here’ enter the UK charts at number 6, while in the same week, she played a sold out debut headline gig in Hoxton. Alongside her two number 1 singles with Clean Bandit and Route 94, 2014 is shaping up very nicely indeed.

T in the Park Review – Arctic Monkeys, Sunday

“An overwhelmingly underwhelming end to not only T in the Park but to the site that has become synonymous with the legendary music festival” Tonight’s closing set was always destined to make T in the Park history and, with the onus on Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys to give Balado the send-off it deserved, expectations were understandably high.

Stars Bid Balado Goodbye!

As a Scottish bagpiper played the final notes of Flower of Scotland and an impressive firework display illuminated the sky for one last time, 85,000 music fans said an emotional goodbye to Balado, the Kinross site that has hosted T in the Park for the past 18 years.

Tickets for T in the Park 2015 on sale on Friday

As the massive clean-up of Balado comes to an end for the last time, organisers are already gearing up for the inevitable scrum for tickets to next year’s T in the Park. Earlybird tickets for the music festival, which will take place from 10 – 12th Friday and will be available at 2014 prices for a limited time.

Review – T in the Park, Saturday

T in the Park Review – Calvin Harris, Main Stage Not even torrential rain or the odd rumble of thunder could prevent thousands of party-ready fans from staying out in the muddy fields until nearly 1am to see Calvin Harris perform his biggest ever show on home soil.

Our Guide to Surviving T in the Park

Greasy hair, sweaty armpits and toilets that could rival the infamous Trainspotting scene might be the price you pay for a weekend of fun at a musical festival but there are, surprisingly, a few things you can do to make your overall experience more enjoyable. With over 85,000 people expected to decent upon Balado airfield for T in the Park...

T in the Park 2014: King Tut’s Tent Top 5

King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow is renowned for being one of the best live music venues in the UK and has been at the forefront of the Scottish live music scene since it first opened in 1990. The small venue, which has a capacity of only 300, has helped launch the careers of some of the biggest names...

T in the Park 2014: Radio 1/BBC 3 Stage Top 5

The Radio 1/BBC 3 stage at T in the Park features a healthy mix of established acts and emerging talent from across the UK. We scoured the line-up so we could share our ‘must see’ acts performing on the Radio 1/BBC 3 stage this weekend…

T in the Park 2014: Main Stage Top 5

This weekend will mark the last time Balado Airfield in Kinross hosts T in the Park. We’ve scoured the impressive line-up to bring you our top 5 acts set to perform on each of the stages. First up, here’s our picks for the main stage…

Avenue Q Review – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Whilst the furried cast of Avenue Q could easily be mistaken for cheery cousins of Elmo or The Cookie Monster, their foul language, excessive drinking and sexual escapades throughout the show definitely prove that they are anything but. Sesame Street they aren’t. But hilarious? They sure are!