Scottish, culture and heritage organisations have received a £91,000 investment of National Lottery funding for digital technologies in a third round of funding from AmbITion Scotland's Make:IT:Happen fund.
Even though the team behind Wanted: Rabbit are from the Netherlands, this short but action-packed piece of whimsy unfolded like a Dario Fo farce for three to five-year-olds.
Chart-topping songwriter Emeli Sande was a double winner at the Ivor Novello Awards today.
HE puts on a fine live show, does little Jamie Cullum, and perhaps one day it will be captured on a recording, because his studio work has never really reflected that – and this new one is, if anything, a step back.
In an ideal world Brett Sparks of the Handsome Family would have a roadie – or a technician even – who would dutifully produce a capo for his guitar at the required moment.
DUE to "unforeseen scheduling conflicts" Maroon 5 have been forced to postpone their forthcoming UK arena tour, and a newly booked gig is at the new Hydro Arena in Glasgow on 14 January next year.
This light-hearted Sunday show was also flautist Sir James Galway's debut performance in the city.
COME August, this year's Made in Scotland showcase on the Edinburgh Fringe will be playing a different tune.
It may begin with a growl and a roar in a frosted-glass fronted cube, but by the time writer/performer Angela Clerkin and director Lee Simpson's quasi-autobiographical study of barely-repressed anger is completed some 80 minutes later, something even less cuddly has emerged.
By any measure, what happened at Glasgow's City Halls over the weekend was an astonishing event, with a sizeable thirsty audience lapping up experimental music that ranged from a residency by a remarkable octogenarian American to improvisation by some of our own top names in modern rock and embraced a clutch of premieres of fine new music for the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.