glasgow i think

Had a weird dream that I was just going for my train in Glasgow n Dan and Phil were waiting n I ran up to them like “HATE TO BE INTRUSIVE BUT OMG YOU’RE DAN ANS PHIL ANNNND I LOVE YOU SO CAN YOU SIGN THIS???” and pulled out both their books, a sheet of paper, a ukulele and a Sharpie ????????

franks head tattoo is super unclear in th a video so we’ve discussed it and made bets of two (2) mcdonald’s hashbrowns to be bought for the winner in glasgow on tour


i think it’s a moth but other people think it’s the head of a bat or or fox what do u guys think i’m curious

anonymous asked:

Random ask but do you remember a little while back Sam was spotted on one of the "Boston" sets in Glasgow, I think a fan posted a pic which was later deleted. Any more info on that interaction??

Yeah it was at the beginning of filming last August? September? Then the fans were bribed with donuts to keep their mouths shut :)

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azalea--town  asked:

Neil. years ago, when i was around 10, i saw a production of 'the wolves in the walls' in Glasgow and i still think about it today, 13 years on. it changed my life because it was that production that made me want to work in children's theatre. thank you for writing it in the first place!

That makes me so happy!

anonymous asked:

Thanks for the article and information you posted about the award thing tonight in Glasgow. But I don't think the article says the time to starts? And will there be a red carpet? Thanks!

I just found this on the website: 

And this additional information too, which mentions red carpet:

The judges have spent hours poring over entries, the shortlist has been drawn up, the red carpet is ready and champagne on ice – and this week the winners of Scotland’s Cultural Oscars will finally be revealed.

Nearly 200 guests will gather for a lavish ceremony to celebrate the inaugural Sunday Herald Culture Awards on Thursday evening in Glasgow, including nominees, judges, sponsors and representatives of this newspaper.

The event will be hosted by broadcaster Janice Forsyth, while Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism & External Affairs Fiona Hyslop MSP will also be there.

A total of 120 award entries were received across 11 categories, which were launched to celebrate diverse Scotland’s cultural talent, ranging from actors and dancers to authors and poets. The very best of Scottish culture, as well as the up and coming artists and groups, will be recognised.

Some of the nation’s biggest names including actors James McAvoy, Kate Dickie, Alan Cumming and Maureen Beattie have been shortlisted.

Those in the running also include Sam Heughan, who rose to fame as Jamie Fraser in cult hit Outlander, and Rose Leslie, best known for her roles as Gwen Dawson in Downton Abbey and Ygritte in Game of Thrones.

Liz Lochhead, formerly Scotland’s national poet, and novelist Janice Galloway are finalists in the Author of the Year category while Musical Group of the Year has a diverse range of finalists including Scottish Opera and the folk band Shooglenifty.

Visual artist Ellie Harrison, who sparked controversy earlier this year with her year-long project on the Glasgow effect is also a finalist along with Scottish Ballet’s principle dancers Sophie Martin and Christopher Harrison, who are nominated in the Best Dance Performer category. Scottish Ballet has also scooped three of the four nominations in the Live Performance of the Year category.

Celtic Connections and the Belladrum Festival, held near Inverness, are among finalists for the Cultural Event of the Year award.

The winners will be announced at the ceremony at the Glasgow venue SWG3, with an additional Judges’ Choice award also to be announced at the award ceremony.

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