Rock and pop
Having recently lost one member and slimmed down to a three-piece, Glasgow’s Errors have wasted little time in re-establishing themselves.
Frisky and Mannish return to the Fringe with the tried and tested if it isn’t broke don’t fix it mentality, presenting a high energy hour of cabaret entertainment as they poke a big sti
The concert event Abba fans have been waiting for… The Swedish supergroup’s greatest hits performed LIVE with on-screen lyrics so everyone can join in!
It is no surprise that Cold Heat, a new work by Swedish composer Anders Hilberg, opened the Tonhalle Orchestra’s Festival concert.
It is the day after the Edinburgh Fringe has ended. The streets are deserted and quiet.
Had Warpaint played Edinburgh twelve months ago, they would most likely have checked in at Sneaky Pete’s or Cabaret Voltaire.
It is one minute to midnight at the Fringe.
Kristin Hersh cuts a slight but forbidding onstage figure.
At only 19 years old, Rachel Sermanni has supported Mumford and Sons, KT Tunstall and Newton Falkner, and is taking the festival circuit in her stride this August.
This man is an original hoofer, a song and dance man extraordinaire, 66 years old and still built like a recently retired Chippendale. Melvin Brown strutted his stuff for a packed and very responsive audience. Admittedly the average age of the audience was sixty plus, but age is no barrier to enjoyment.