7 NIGHTS; GOING OUT OR STAYING IN? TOP TIPS TO FILL YOUR DIARY.
The Normal Heart
Sky Atlantic debut the adaptation of Larry Kramer's groundbreaking play starring A–listers Julia Roberts and Mark Ruffalo. Programme starts at 9pm.
Two heavy bands from the 80s team up at SWG3, Glasgow, for a double–header of brutal krautrockinspired grooves and ear–bleeding psychedelics.
The all–conquering boyband take their show out of the arenas and into the stadiums with a sellout gig at Murrayfield. Anyone over 16 might want earplugs.
Dundee's finest bring their raucous brand of rock 'n' roll to Aberdeen's Lemon Tree. No matter where they play, The View never fail to cause carnage.
Back at King Tut's after too long a hiatus, Juanita Stein's dark, country/blues racket sounds as beguiling as ever. Coincides with new album Heartstrings.
Aberdeen's Lemon Tree sees one of the most exciting live bands in Scotland. Think dirty, vintage rock mixed with wailing blues.These guys will be big.
The deadpan comedy star plays the Music Hall in Aberdeen. Expect lots of laughs, edgy one–liners and at least one heckle about tax bills.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2014|
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