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Food & Drink

The Old Manor Hotel (39/50)

March 23 2019

Despite having driven past The Old Manor Hotel, Lundin Links, many times over the years, I had never eaten there. I confess to having been a little put off by the modern banqueting suite, partly obscuring the roadside view of the traditional gray stone manor house, and the signage referencing the hotel’s wedding and conference trade.

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Richard Goode gives a superlative performance, from B to C

January 22 2019

It started with a “B” and ended with a “C” but a whole alphabet of superlatives could be attributed to the performance of pianist Richard Goode at his recital in the Perth Concert hall on Sunday. Excellent, intuitive, inspired, masterful. All these perfectly fit the bill.

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Silent Movie Night at the Caird Hall a real treat

November 13 2018

My Granny was a piano accompanist for silent movies in the 1920s and while I inherited some musicality through the generations, one specific gene missed me. That is the skill to accompany through improvisation. You can’t be taught it as it’s an instinctive art and I envy and applaud those who can.

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Longparke Farm Shop & Cafe, Monifieth (41/50)

May 26 2018

What a beautiful time of year to be outside, especially on a farm while the fluffy lambs are skipping and everything looks so green and alive.  I've been hearing rumours about a farm shop being developed at North Grange Farm, close to David Lloyd and Dobbies in Monifieth, and at last it has opened its doors.

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REVIEW: SCO at St Andrews Younger Hall

April 20 2018

If getting the chronology wrong with composers is the only thing the Scottish Chamber Orchestra got incorrect at their concert on Wednesday night in St Andrews’ Younger hall, it shows what lengths one must go pick the most miniscule fault in this orchestra’s make-up. Haydn before CPE Bach? Outrageous!

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