Competition time with Freak’s favourite noise-makers and the Glaswegian.

The Pavilion from the stage
The Pavilion from the stage

 

Glasgow’s Historic Pavilion Theatre has helped launch the international careers of many a young performer over the years including Edinburgh boy Harry Lauder, Jimmy Logan, Lulu, Charlie Chaplin and some guy called Billy Connolly. Don’t know what happened to him. Also putting in a raft of appearances many moons ago was someone called Jimmy Hill. On investigation it turns out it wasn’t the chisel-chinned football ‘pundit’, which is a shame as I reckon that had he been booked in after that comment about David Narey’s screamer against Brazil, he’d have had the Tartan army queuing round the block with armfuls of tomatoes. But I digress, it’s competition time in the Glaswegian.

The paper is running a competition where five lucky individuals can win a pair of tickets to the “Magic of Scotland” event at the Pavilion on the 17th to 19th of November. Other acts confirmed for this event are lone piper, Amber Ives, John Carmichael and the Alexander Brothers, amongst others. The Glaswegian, again the paper, used Freak Music’s Clanadonia front-man Tu-Bardh as selling point for this promo. I think the sub-text is supposed to be call this number or else…

 

Clanadonia
Clanadonia

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