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ASMR

    Giving the world tingles is the new art form ASMR. Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is an audio and visual phenomenon that has gained popularity through YouTube, where thousands of artists continue to post their relaxation videos.   What is ASMR   ASMR is a term coined in by cyber security professional Jennifer … Continue reading

Summer Movies at Loch Lomond Shores

  Nothing says summer like open- air cinema and that’s what is coming to Loch Lomond shores this July 2 -3. Organised by the events arm of alfresco caterers Firedog; the Summer Movies will show two days of free family-films, on the big screen. Firedog Events partner Jonathan Stipanovsky explained: “We are going to have … Continue reading

GFF 2016

As the curtain rises on Glasgow’s 2016 Film Festival the good times begin to roll. Running from 17- 28 February, GFF will feature 308 events and 174 films. Opening the festival is the UK premiere of comedy Hail, Caesar! by Ethan & Joel Coen; and the debuts continue as Richard Gere hits Glasgow to showcase … Continue reading

The Only Way is Ethics

  Social conscience stirs as Glasgow plans its alternative lifestyle festival. The Only Way Ethics will busy the city, from November 29 to December 6, with ethical discussions focused on improving Glasgow. Organiser Craig Tannock said: “Some of the issues the festival will cover include the energy crisis, anti austerity, women’s activism, ethical arts funding … Continue reading

Day of the Dead

Honouring lives lost and risked for Mexican freedom of Expression is the Mitchell Library Day of the Dead event. Hosted by The Scottish Writers’ Centre in partnership with Scottish PEN, the event will take place on November 2 -from 5.30pm- in the Glasgow Room. The free, un-ticketed event will see readings both about the country … Continue reading

Edinburgh International Film Festival

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has cameras rolling and chins wagging with its 69th event. Opening the festival VIPs – including Robert Carlyle and Ashley Jensen – graced the red carpet for Carlyle’s directorial debut, The Legend of Barney Thomson. EIFF Recruitment Coordinator Katri Vanhatalo said: “This year’s festival has had a great UK … Continue reading

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