Hollywood glamour arrived in St Andrews on Friday night as stars of the eagerly-awaited movie Tommy’s Honour attended its UK premiere at the town’s NPH Cinema.
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Experimental pop master Adam Stafford makes his third trip to the Rio Centre for Newport Sound – a “DIY music, spoken word and visual art community show with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.”
Theatre company Fishamble is at the heart of new writing for theatre in Ireland and Silent, written and acted by Pat Kinevane, is a perfect example of some the groundbreaking work they are producing to national and international acclaim.
Legendary comedian Sir Ken Dodd has been getting his teeth into entertainment for more than 60 fun-filled years. Michael Alexander braved the wrath of the ‘tickle stick’ to learn about his forthcoming trip to Dunfermline, his love for 'The Wee Cooper of Fife' and why he has great affection for Dundee.
“We are still disgusting punk scum – but we don’t want to talk about the past too much – we are very much about the present!” declared Fife legend and front man Richard Jobson as he took to the stage in Montrose Town Hall for the latest installment of The Skids’ 40th anniversary tour- a road journey across the UK and Ireland which Jobson described as “magical, overwhelming and moving”.
The director of the eagerly-awaited movie Tommy’s Honour which was shot in Fife has revealed how his Hollywood legend father Sir Sean Connery was “very complimentary” about the film when he saw it at a special screening in the Bahamas.
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As a high quality advert promoting The Courier hits cinema and TV screens, Michael Alexander joined the cast and crew for an exclusive 'behind the scenes' look at the film-making process.
Midge Ure, Elkie Brooks, Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham and jazz icon Chris Barber are among the top music acts lined up to play this year’s Byre in the Botanics in St Andrews.