It is easy to get caught up in the excitement of GUCFS: FOCUS as solely a great night and party but ultimately, we must focus on the main aim – to raise money and awareness for Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. G-You sat down with Beth O’Shea, Director of Creative Fundraising to find out more about … More GUCFS in aid of Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity
In undertaking their first show, many theatre companies experience a learning curve, they find their limitation, learn how best they function, gain knowledge to take on to future productions and so on. And, if this is the case, and Crash Course Theatre’s first production is to be called that learning curve, then I would dearly … More REVIEW: Closer
Upcoming is the Student Theatre at Glasgow Mainstage show, Liz Lochead’s Dracula, based on the gothic horror novel by Bram Stoker. So, to ensure you all got the scoop, I sat down with the Director, Hanni Shinton, so see what was what. First and foremost, what can you tell us about the Show itself? Hanni: … More Student Theatre: Dracula
A modern remake of a very successful movie from the 1970s (based in its turn on a bestselling and influential novel) usually sounds like a cash grab and, more often than not, a recipe for disaster. However, once in a while, there comes a rare film that subverts all these preconceived notions and becomes a … More REVIEW: Murder on the Orient Express
G-You was very excited to meet with Graeme Macrae Burnet, former Glasgow University student and author of The Disappearance of Adele Bedeau (which received the New Writer’s Award from the Scottish Book Trust) and His Bloody Project which won the Saltire Society Fiction Book of the Year Award, the Vrij Nederland Thriller of the Year … More Interview with Graeme Macrae Burnet: “You are defined as a writer after you have written”
October is over, I’ve put my shark costume away for another year, tried and failed to remember Halloween Hive, and there’s a definite chill in the air. This can mean only one thing. Buckle up, people: Christmas is coming. Of course, if you’re Argos or Asda, you’ve jumped the proverbial Christmas gun and put out … More Christmas Adverts in November: Let it stop! Let it stop! Let it stop!
The days are getting shorter and the nights longer and colder, so if you’re like me going out is no longer a tempting option and the allure of the sofa is too much. So, what to do now we’re trapped inside? Watch Netflix? Let’s be serious we watched everything good on Netflix even when we … More Video Games: Winter Edition