Film review: Journey’s End (12A) 5/5 This drama set in the First Word War trenches is a visceral viewing experience as the shaky camera work coupled with the robust and rattling sound effects gives the audience a shared experience with the desperate soldiers fighting for survival. Directed by Saul Dibb (Bullet Boy, Suite Francaise, The Duchess), […]
Film review: Darkest Hour (5/5) Gary Oldman described taking on one of the most iconic of characters as the role of a lifetime, though he admitted that he initially turned down the part of Winston Churchill, Britain’s wartime Prime Minister, for fear he couldn’t pull it off. He had nothing left to prove with his […]
Following an acclaimed world premiere run in Liverpool, this musical whirlwind received a rousing reception at its opening night in Edinburgh.
Cilla Black’s son Robert Willis spoke to Pauline Taylor ahead of the Scottish run of his new musical telling the story of his mother’s extraordinary career.
New styles from Italian tartan: From fish fryer to fashionista is an unlikely career journey and Michael Lemetti admits he pinches himself every time he sees a big name celebrity wearing his uniquely patterned cloth. Lemetti, who last year sold the family chip shop in Falkirk, is the creator of the Italian national tartan which […]