I was fortunate enough to attend a remembrance event for Sydney Devine at Glasgow’s Pavilion Theatre last week. Dubbed “Scotland’s Rhinestone Cowboy”, Sydney was undoubtedly one of Scotland’s biggest stars of the late 20th Century. …
Opinion: Creatives have been let down by post-Brexit visa arrangements
Leaving the EU will rob us all of innumerable significant opportunities but, for me, this is one of the most saddening. While the campaign for a U-turn on this ridiculous decision continues, we must hold out hope for the future.
Interview: Daniel O’Donnell
Ahead of the release of his new studio album, Daniel O’Donnell spoke to Braw Theatre about passing time during lockdown, his first ever live streamed concert and how the coronavirus pandemic has given some of his most treasured songs new meaning.
Opinion: Industry can listen to audiences and reform for the better
The public health measures introduced to deal with the coronavirus pandemic have effectively ended the day-to-day working of the creative sector. Social distancing and a ban on gatherings greater than a handful of people have …
Interview: Allan Stewart
This year, Allan Stewart celebrates an incredible 60 years in show business. He took time out of rehearsals for the final series of the Big, Big Variety show to speak to Braw Theatre about this big anniversary.
Obituary: Alasdair Gray
Alasdair Gray is one of Scotland’s best loved creatives. His passing on 29th December last year prompted an outpouring of sadness and touching tributes from people across Scotland and the world. He enjoyed the favour …