As much a lockdown tradition as facemasks and corrupt politiking, the Week in Gigs begins (more…)
gigs of the week – what to see live, and when
Our usual small but perfectly virtual gig guide begins on Monday April 19th (more…)
An even-smaller-than-usual set of live entertainment this week (more…)
An even-smaller-than-usual set of live entertainment this week – firstly, on Monday as ever it’s Dave Arcari with the second instalment of his ‘Tools of the Trade‘ series, with the bluesman focusing on one of his instruments and using it to entertain his audience through the medium of song.
On Thursday 8th, from 8pm, Mt. Doubt‘s frontman Leo Bargery will most likely be playing some favourites on what seems to now be a regular wereklylivestream.
As ever the week in (virtual) gigs kicks off on Monday 29th with Dave Arcari (more…)
As ever the week in live(ish) music begins on Monday (more…)
It’s Monday – 15th February – which inevitably that the week’s gig-‘going’ kicks off (more…)
The usual select bunch of live entertainment on Monday 8th February – which includes Dave Arcari (more…)
Again it’s a small but perfectly-formed gig guide, kicking off on Monday March 4th with Dave Arcari, back with more Takes From the Road at facebook.com/groups/DaveArcarisWildcats
Coatbridge-based singer-songwriter Cutchy Cash plays a live set for You Call That Radio – on Tuesday March 2nd, at 7pm. The channel has a load of archived live shows including Twistettes, Root System, Bombskare, Dopesickfly and Medicine Men, and there are loads of interviews to keep you occupied too (they even have Jason out of Sleaford Mods on Wednesday March 10th). All at youcallthat.com
Like most festivals scheduled for early spring, StAnza – Scotland’s International Poetry Festival – is online this year, from 6th – 14th March. Music always features, from classical to folk and pop to jazz and this year is no different.
Glasgow-based folksinger, songwriter and ukulele player Claire Hastings leads the musical element, at the festival launch extravaganza, the StAnza 2021 launch party and the festival finale. All at stanza poetry.org.
OK, it’s not a gig in any sense of the word, but we have to take our live events where we can. (more…)