If you were to walk past Braehead Arena in Glasgow last night, you’d have been forgiven for thinking you’d wandered straight into an alternate universe, where little Princesses and friendly snowmen ruled the land. Hurried shoppers were replaced with excitable children, all eager to watch their favourite Walt Disney movies be brought to life through Feld Entertainment’s latest Disney on Ice spectacle, Worlds of Enchantment.
If you grew up in the Nineties, then we’re sure you’ll share our excitement over the fact that Get Your Own Back: Live! is currently being performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Colt Cabana, an American wrestler who moonlights as a comedian, is fusing his two talents together to create one of the most unique and unpredictable comedy shows at this year’s Fringe.
We caught up with him for The Fringe Five to hear all about what audiences can expect…
This weekend, Party at the Palace made a triumphant return to Linlithgow Loch with a line-up that was almost as Scottish as Irn-Bru.
He’s attracted over 2 million subscribers on YouTube with his hilarious parody videos about Harry Potter and Disney Princesses (among others) so there’s a huge buzz about Jon Cozart’s debut Fringe Show, Laughter Ever After.
Ahead of his run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, we caught up with the online superstar for The Fringe Five…
He’s supported Kevin Bridges on tour in Australia but it’s now time for comedian Ro Campbell to take centre stage at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh.
Ahead of his run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, we caught up with Ro as part of our new Fringe Five series…
He’s impressed everyone from Sir Sean Connery to Sir Michael Parkinson with his stunning voice but Todd Gordon is now hoping to entertain Fringe audiences with a brand-new show that aims to celebrate the centenary of Frank Sinatra.
Travis, CHIC, Scouting for Girls and The Feeling are among the bands heading to Linlithgow this weekend for a unique, family-friendly music festival.
In August, Edinburgh is transformed into one of the most vibrant, amazing cities in the world but with so much to do, enjoying the city during The Fringe can be become very expensive.
Back in the early 70s, a buttery-voiced soul star with a penchant for old showbiz grandeur emerged and quickly stole the hearts of millions of youngsters worldwide.
Twelve schoolchildren from Edinburgh are gearing up to perform alongside one of the world’s biggest pop stars.
Paolo Nutini has announced the full line-up for his homecoming gig at Glasgow Summer Sessions next month.
Whilst everyone has memories of enjoying T in the Park at Balado, there was something quite exciting about the festival’s move to Strathallan Castle this year. We found out what some of the artists had to say about the new site and why Scottish fans will always be the loudest…
As rumours of an impending Oasis reunion continue to circulate, seeing Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds headline T in the Park comes across as somewhat of a consolation prize.
“As far as popstars go, Paloma Faith is in a league of her own”
The rain might have refused to stop falling but nothing was going to dampen spirits as T in the Park got going on Saturday. Festival veterans Twin Atlantic joined The Libertines, The Script and George Ezra on the bill and we were lucky enough to grab a chat with some of the acts about their time at Scotland’s largest music festival…
As the arena gates opened, yesterday marked the start of a new era for T in the Park. Thousands of fans descended upon Strathallan Castle to welcome the music festival to its new home and watch the likes of Sam Smith, David Guetta, Kasabian, Mark Ronson and Fatboy Slim take to the stage.
We caught up with some of the acts backstage to get their first impressions of the new venue…
Named after the legendary St Vincent Street music venue that supported the careers of some of the music industry’s biggest names at the very start of their careers (including T in the Park veterans Oasis, and Biffy Clyro), the King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent aims to showcase the stars of tomorrow.
The Radio 1 Stage is T in the Park’s second largest and can be counted on to be the place where you’re guaranteed to find the coolest acts on the scene performing.
To help you decide who’s worth leaving your tent for, we’ve picked out our top five Radio 1 Stage acts…
It’s the news Scottish music fans have spent the past year patiently waiting for…T in the Park 2015 is officially going ahead!