It has always amazed me how classical musicians are able to perform a twenty-minute long sonata without a note of music in front of them.
Vintage Twelve’s debut at the fringe was a resounding and harmonious success.
‘If you have long been befuddled by humon behaviour’ the publicity states, then alien anthropologist, Xaablargh, can clear the air.
Forget ‘Pitch Perfect’, the Aberdeen Chorus of sweet adelines are the real deal, putting on a great show in beautiful barbershop harmony at St Andrew’s and St George’s West Chu…
If you’ve never really enjoyed camping, then Hendrick’s Gin will show you why you should change your mind: Add a few Tom Collinses and some wild animals to a camper-van and voi…
Certainly adhering to it’s name, Todd Gordon and a multitude of talented musicians played well into the night.
Torsos, buttocks and breasts were bountifully put on display in Hannah Gadsby’s comic art history lecture.
When a group of three Geordie comedians come together, the results can be surprisingly interesting.
It may have just been that I was a good 20 years younger than most of the audience, but I felt like I’d gone back in time with Rosie Wilby’s Is Monogamy Dead?With frequent refe…
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