Stars to bring Broadway to Edinburgh

Stars to bring Broadway to Edinburgh

G4 frontman Jonathan Ansell is teaming up with fellow star of London’s West End and Britain’s Got Talent winner Jai McDowall to bring the glittering lights of Broadway to Edinburgh this evening. The smash-hit live concert Ansell’s Les Musicals opens as part of a UK tour at The Usher Hall tonight (Wednesday 23 March) for one night only, bringing together two of the world’s finest voices delivering sensational performances from some of the most beloved…

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Review: Six, Festival Theatre ******

Review: Six, Festival Theatre ******

Ever wondered what it would look and sound like if you put Little Mix, a history book about Henry VIII and a bucket-load of sass into a blender? Welcome to Six, the unlikely superstar Fringe show that continues to break records and take the musical theatre world by storm, grossing over $1million in its opening week on Broadway. With a modest running time of just 80 minutes, Six is a fast-paced, upbeat and empowering show…

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High 5, with Will And The People

High 5, with Will And The People

Brighton four-piece Will And The People visit The Mash House in Edinburgh on Sunday (December 6). Consisting of frontman Will Rendle, his brother Jamie Rendle on bass, keyboard player Jim Ralphs and drummer Charlie Harman, the band released new album Past The Point Of No Return in late November. The album was self produced and recorded at The Libertines’ The Albion Rooms over the course of a week. Likened to The Police and The Specials,…

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TRNSMT 2021: Day 2 round-up

TRNSMT 2021: Day 2 round-up

Saturday’s live action included hometown sets for Primal Scream, Twin Atlantic, Lucia & the Best Boys, Declan Welsh & the Decadent West and more, as well as performances from some of the UK’s brightest stars including KSI, Becky Hill and Sea Girls. Geoff Ellis, Festival Director at TRNSMT said: “It was the night we’ve all been waiting for and it surpassed my wildest expectations. “Today, fans enjoyed some of the most memorable performances to ever grace the stage at Glasgow Green….

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TRNSMT 2021: Festival-goers must take Covid test before attending event in Glasgow

TRNSMT 2021: Festival-goers  must take Covid test before attending event in Glasgow

Music fans will be forced to provide a negative Covid-19 lateral flow test before gaining entry to next month’s TRNSMT festival – with the same rules applying to the Biffy Clyro gig at the same venue. TRNSMT takes place from 10-12 September at Glasgow Green, following a massive outdoor show from Ayrshire trio Biffy the previous evening. Both are Scottish Government Gateway events. Following discussions with the Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council, TRNSMT has…

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Midge Ure to revisit Ultravox classics on visit to Edinburgh

Midge Ure to revisit Ultravox classics on visit to Edinburgh

Midge Ure is heading for Edinburgh next year on a UK tour celebrating 40 years since 80s synth-pop legends Ultravox released two of their biggest albums. The iconic Scottish singer will visit The Usher Hall on March 3, 2022, with Band Electronica, to mark the milestone anniversary for both Rage In Eden and Quartet. Speaking ahead of the tour, Midge said: “I can’t begin to tell you how great it feels to be back out…

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The Slow Readers Club announce new album – and Edinburgh gig

The Slow Readers Club announce new album – and Edinburgh gig

Manchester indie band The Slow Readers Club have announced their fifth studio album – and a tour for 2021 that will see them make a welcome return to Edinburgh. 91 Days in Isolation is due to release on October 23 via the band’s own label, SRC Records. The Slow Readers Club will play at the Liquid Room in Edinburgh on March 18, 2021. The band’s forthcoming newbie follows hot on the heels of Top 10…

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Hunter & The Bear share new single and reschedule Edinburgh gig

Hunter & The Bear share new single and reschedule Edinburgh gig

Hotly-tipped alt-rock quartet Hunter & The Bear have shared new single Digital Light, as well as announcing a rescheduled Edinburgh date. The London-based band were due to embark on their first UK-wide tour since May 2019, from 24 March to 3 April 2020. These shows, which included a date at the Mash House in Edinburgh have now been rescheduled to September 2020 in wake of the Covid-19 crisis. In a joint statement, the band said:…

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Biffy Clyro announce details of 2020 UK tour

Biffy Clyro announce details of 2020 UK tour

Scottish alt-rockers Biffy Clyro have revealed details of their first full-scale UK arena tour since 2016. The Ayrshire trio start the tour with two huge shows in Scotland, and the schedule also includes gargantuan 20,000 capacity venues in London and Manchester. The news follows the release of two very different songs from their eagerly anticipated new album, A Celebration of Endings. The apocalyptic synths and bombastic beats of lead track Instant History demonstrated the band’s…

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Teenage Fanclub announce Edinburgh gig – and new album

Teenage Fanclub announce Edinburgh gig – and new album

Scottish indie veterans Teenage Fanclub have announced a UK and European tour – and it includes a visit to the Usher Hall in Edinburgh this November. The cult band will also play gigs in Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow. In addition to the tour, the Fannies have announced there will be a new album to go along with it. The tour dates will follow the release of new album Endless Arcade. Out in October this year,…

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