Live Review: Tom Grennan delivers a full roast to the Glasgow Barrowlands

Flirting with mums, controlling the stage like only a true musician can: Tom Grennan certainly left his mark on the Barrowlands.

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Your new favourite restaurant: Dumpling Monkey

Who doesn’t love an authentic Chinese and Pan-Asian feast? Luckily, Dumpling Monkey has come into our lives.

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REVIEW: Kim Kardashian West shows her Body with latest fragrance

The queen of reality television and showing of her killer figure, Kim Kardashian West has launched her brand-new fragrance, KKW Body.

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Review: Love, Simon

As part of the Glasgow Film Festival 2018, we watched Love, Simon, a comedy drama based on the 2015 novel Simon vs the Homo-Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. 

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Review: Nae Pasaran at Glasgow Film Festival 2018

  As part of Glasgow Film Festival 2018, we watched Nae Pasaran, a feature length documentary by director Felipe Bustos Sierra.

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Review: The Breadwinner

As part of Glasgow Film Festival 2018, we watched The Breadwinner, a 2017 animated film. 

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LIVE REVIEW: Marilyn Manson @ O2 Academy, Glasgow

“I might be a bit broken, but you can’t break me,” screamed shock-rocker Marilyn Manson as the curtain fell for his adoring fans. After suffering a terrifying injury when a prop crushed him in September, the creative mind behind Marilyn Manson didn’t let this hold him back. Instead of getting some bed rest, his full leg cast was utilised as part of the performance – what more would you expect from Marilyn Manson? Arriving on stage in a coffin-esuqe stand-up wheelchair with guns hanging from the backdrop, the effect was electrifying and terrifying. Opening the night with Revelation #12, the…

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REVIEW: Concrete and Gold, Foo Fighters

Fasten your seatbelts – Dave Grohl and co. are back. The Foo Fighters have just released their ninth studio album, Concrete and Gold – but do the American rockers still have what it takes? In short, yes – yes they most definitely do. You would be forgiven in thinking Concrete and Gold is a mellow venture for the Foo’s with opening track T-Shirt but don’t be fooled. Concrete and Gold is a powerhouse of classic rock anthems – there’s no denying Dave Grohl knows how to keep the wheels turning. Track two brings the tone of the album to the…

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REVIEW: Dunkirk

Dir: Christopher Nolan Cert: 12A Release date: 21 July 2017 Dunkirk is by far one of Nolan’s best films since the Dark Knight Trilogy. The cinematography is beyond astounding but I think we already knew from Nolan’s other films that this would be a prominent feature. Dunkirk’s script itself is very minimal which allows for the visuals to do the talking – the lack of words adds an eerie silence to scenes which is followed by the sounds of gunfire and dive bombers which are so surprising it could be said they are a jump scare. If you’re the sort…

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