Ladies and Gentlemen, you’ve never seen the like. It’s a night of a thousand stars. Well, a few anyway. As ever, for one night only, we are proud to present…a Show! And this one is… “An Evening of Saw, Song and Spoken Word!”, starring the saw of Edgar Guerreiro, the poetry of Rachel McCrum and songs, old and new, in… Read more →
Next show for us is a slot at the Fox Star Festival at the Kelvingrove bandstand, Glasgow featuring music, poetry, art workshops and a Tai Chi warm up. It doesn’t get much more West End than that. Free entry – come along, tell your pals, bring the weans (if you must). bx Read more →
We’re very excited to be playing at this year’s Tenement Trail featuring a cast of thousands and a host of venues. We’ve no idea when or where we’re playing yet other than it will be somewhere in Glasgow and on Saturday 8th October. https://www.facebook.com/tenementtv/videos Read more →
We’d like to say thank you to everyone who made Friday night’s show possible- to the Glasgow School of Art Choir who made such a beautiful sound, to Chae and everyone at St Luke’s (what a stunning venue), to Rory on the desk and Ross on the lights, to Matthijs and Ryan on video/audio, to Pete, Liz, Shona, Rick, Kate,… Read more →
Hello Folks, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOtAAxLs0nU Ladies and Gentlemen, they said it would never happen. We are proud to present to you today our new promo video for “Tenterhooks” directed by Ally Kerr. Featuring a cast of thousands and shot on a budget of no pounds and no pence, we would like to thank all those who contributed to and appear in the… Read more →
We are very excited to announce that the special guests for the St Luke’s show are even more special than we could have hoped for. Sharing the stage with us shall be The Glasgow School of Art Choir. https://www.facebook.com/GsaChoir/?fref=ts Roll up folks and come to the Fabulon, for one night only, featuring a cast of thousands, big strings, a choir,… Read more →
Ladies and Gentlemen, on Friday 6th May we will be proud to present to you a full band performance of songs from “Come to the Fabulon”, a sneaky peek or two at never-before-seen songs from the next album and maybe even one or two rare and exotic cover versions, all played with a special invitational select string section assembled by the formidable Mr Pete Harvey, featuring guest musicians from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth and The People’s Republic of Yorkshire. There may well be whistles and bells too. And special guest stars! So special, so secret, we don’t even know who they are yet.
Roll up folks, A New International for one night only in Glasgow’s beautiful St Luke’s venue. All welcome, tell your friends, hell, tell your enemies too.
We may only get one chance at this before the bailiffs break down the door. So let’s get on with the show.
Photography by Martin Gray
Tickets here – http://cometothefabulon.bpt.me/
Ladies and Gentlemen, we would like to ask for your help.
We’re making our next video and are seeking submissions of short film clips (10 seconds or so) on the theme of joy, happiness, fun, good times, etc. Taking inspiration from the final scene in Cinema Paradiso, we’re going to make a montage. A montage of joy. Oh aye. It can be anything you like and any quality you like, from phones, home movies to professional cameras.
Please send files of 25MB or less to firstname.lastname@example.org
Files bigger than 25MB can be sent to this address throughwetransfer.com
Landscape format would be preferable please to fit the wide screen.
Your help would be much appreciated.
Go on, enjoy yersels.x
Now then, lots to report. First up is a live session on Ricky Ross’s Another Country show on BBC Radio Scotland, Tuesday December 1st, from 9pm. You can listen on catch up here afterwards – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06qh5l3 Then, on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th of December, it’s the much anticipated December Trembler when we shall be proud to share the stage for… Read more →