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  By Julie Shennan If you have been watching BBC run up to the Commonwealth Games then might you might have noticed a Samba band jazzing outside Buchanan Galleries. Who are these guys and what were they doing there? Well sax player, Lisa Stewart, caught up with Hard Copy to explain. “SambaYaBamba are a community band, we were formed in 1996, More...

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By Hard-Copy On Monday, July 22nd, 2013
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Actions of Longevity

By Julie Shennan   If you think modern art is confined to galleries, then WASPS studios are out to prove you wrong; as it showcases Actions of Longevity in the Briggait. A Grade A listed building, dating back More...

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By Hard-Copy On Tuesday, July 9th, 2013
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Merchant City Festival

  By Laura Maxwell What is there to do in  a Glasgow summer? Park, garden, beer garden, all the while taking a brolly with you? For those tired of begging a tan, there is the possibility for a less delusional, fun-packed More...

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By Hard-Copy On Monday, July 1st, 2013
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Lasting Impressions

  To escape from the muggy Scottish summer, let the Burrell collection float you off to France with its Masters of Impressionism. Featuring over 30 works from the likes of Cezanne, Sisely and Renoir; the exhibition More...

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By Hard-Copy On Wednesday, June 26th, 2013
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All the Little Guns Went Bang Bang

  If you’ve had one too many chick lits this summer and need a palate cleanser, then pick up All the Little Guns Went Bang Bang. Debut novel of Herald journalist, Neil Mackay, the dark fiction is enriched More...

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By Hard-Copy On Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
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Cannibal Women of Mars

  Reviving the phrase ‘man eater’, Tron theatre and TwentyTwo Productions prepare their July show: Cannibal Women of Mars. Rocky horror show meets Star Wars, as its Martian princesses Yasmin and Pippa More...

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By Hard-Copy On Tuesday, May 21st, 2013
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C in the Park

  Can’t wait till T in the Park or can’t afford a ticket? Well get down to C in the Park, Kilsyth’s £3 festival. Taking its namesake from the C of Cancer Research, profits from the festival go towards More...

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By Hard-Copy On Tuesday, May 7th, 2013
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Creative Loop

By Connor Macgregor Media festivals can dent your bank account; with passes, travel and accommodation all adding up. These expenses narrow patrons down to those who have already made it into the industry and so More...

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By Hard-Copy On Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
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Burrell Deep

  By Julie Shennan When you think of Pollok, fish might first spring to mind, but one group of guys are out to change that. The Burrell Renaissance Membership want to make Pollok Park synonymous with its Burrell More...

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By Hard-Copy On Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013
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Love Is All You Need

  By Connor Macgregor Susanne Bier’s latest flick, Love Is All You Need, sees Pierce Brosnan return to our screens with Trine Dyrholm. Don’t recognise the latter name, that’s because she’s a Danish More...