Bay City Rollers singer Les McKeown warns fans not to buy tickets for ‘never confirmed’ gig

Bay City Rollers singer Les McKeown warns fans not to buy tickets for ‘never confirmed’ gig

Bay City Rollers frontman Les McKeown has warned fans not to buy tickets for a ‘performance’ by his band, saying that “it should never have been advertised”. The gig McKeown refers to is a Sunday Session as part of The Big Burns Supper, an annual contemporary arts festival held in Dumfries in Dumfries and Galloway. Posting on his official Facebook page, the 62-year-old legend warned fans: “It should never have been advertised… was not a confirmed…

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Edinburgh Fringe: Camille O’Sullivan review

Edinburgh Fringe: Camille O’Sullivan review

Camille O’Sullivan: The Carny Dream Underbelly’s Circus Hub (Venue 360) ***** If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it… just give it a tweak. It is a maxim that has served Camille O’Sullivan extremely well throughout her 12 years as a mainstay of the Edinburgh Fringe. And who can blame the half-French, half Irish chanteuse for refusing to change things up too much? After all, each show she plays is a sell-out, and rarely does she receive…

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Edinburgh Fringe 2016 programme unveiled

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 programme unveiled

The programme for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe has been officially unveiled, boasting 50,266 performances of 3,269 shows in 294 venues across the Capital. Despite a small drop in the number of shows – down 1.3% from 3,314 last year – the Fringe remains the largest arts festival in the world. Shona McCarthy, the festival’s new chief executive, said: “The breadth and diversity of talent that comes to the Fringe is unparalleled, and this year is…

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