Dundee teenager Zoe Heggie captivated the crowds at Glamis Prom.
The Glamis Prom in its current form went out without a bang at the weekend.
Questions have arisen over the future of a major Tayside music event after its producers announced they would no longer be involved after this year.
She was plucked from a staggering 2,180 entries to win the Glamis Prom 2018 Search for a Star competiton. Gayle Ritchie meets Zoe Heggie
The search is over. The people have spoken and a new star is born for Glamis Prom 2018.
Forget Simon Cowell, it’s the turn of Courier readers to help find a star of the future. One of the highlights of Glamis Prom on August 25 will be the performance by the talented winner of the recent Search for a Star competition.
River City sensation Tom Urie is encouraging YOU to send in your video clips to win a spot on the stage at Glamis Prom!
Former River City star Tom Urie can’t wait to perform at Glamis Prom. The actor and singer tells Gayle Ritchie why you should audition for a spot on the stage – and by the way, the entry deadline is tomorrow!
Entries are flooding in from local singers hoping to steal the spotlight at Glamis Prom. As the deadline fast approaches, Gayle Ritchie finds out why YOU should enter!
One of Courier Country’s most glamorous events takes place on August 25 and you’re invited. Glamis Prom offers the chance to dress up to the nines and have an al fresco picnic while enjoying music from some of the UK’s top stars.
West End star Norman Bowman will be joining the line-up for this year’s Glamis Prom.