The Who to visit Scotland on UK tour – here’s how to get tickets

The Who to visit Scotland on UK tour – here’s how to get tickets

Rock legends The Who will visit Scotland next year with a full orchestra as part of a wider UK tour. As well as a visit to Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, the band will also play gigs in Manchester, Dublin, Newcastle, Leeds, Cardiff, Birmingham, Nottingham, Liverpool and London. The Who have also announced their first new album in 13 years entitled Who. It is due for release on 22 November and is preceded by Ball and Chain,…

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Rock legends The Who announce Wembley gig

Rock legends The Who announce Wembley gig

The Who have announced they are to play Wembley Stadium this summer. It’s not known at this stage if the iconic band will embark on a full UK tour or if the Wembeley Stadium gig – on July 6 – will be a one off event. Supporting The Who in London this summer will be Eddie Vedder and Kaiser Chiefs. The Who revealed details of the Wembley Stadium gig on Twitter. They post read: ‘We’re…

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The Who slam ‘totally ridiculous’ Quadrophenia sequel

The Who slam ‘totally ridiculous’ Quadrophenia sequel

Rock legends The Who have hit out at the forthcoming sequel to their 1979 film Quadrophenia, branding it ‘totally ridiculous” and “a blatant attempt to cash-in” on the original. As reported on AAA Edinburgh last month, original cast members Phil Daniels and Toyah Wilcox are to reprise their roles in the follow-up to the iconic British movie, which is due to start shooting this summer, 37 years after the original was released. The sequel, based on the book To…

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Toyah Wilcox and Phil Daniels on board for Quadrophenia sequel

Toyah Wilcox and Phil Daniels on board for Quadrophenia sequel

Original cast members Phil Daniels and Toyah Wilcox are to reprise their roles in the forthcoming sequel to iconic British movie Quadrophenia, which will start shooting this summer, 37 years after the original was released. The sequel to the cult film, which was released in 1979, is based on the book To Be Someone by Peter Meadow, and will be directed by Ray Burdis (The Krays, Love, Honour and Obey, The Wee Man). The 1979 adaptation of The…

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This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre: Top Tickets

This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre: Top Tickets

Still showing at the Festival Theatre is the sensational Mary Poppins, the magical story of the world’s favourite Nanny arriving on Cherry Tree Lane. This crowd-pleasing production has been triumphantly and spectacularly brought to the stage with dazzling choreography, incredible effects and unforgettable songs. At the Playhouse this week, catch Annie, the world’s favourite family musical, starring Elaine C Smith (Rab C Nesbitt, Burdz Eye View) as the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. If it’s dance you crave, then look…

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