Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band but a look- a- like of Debbie to deliver the good stuff. Dr Sarah Kennedy is stunning as Ms Harry, backed by a group of Scotland's finest musicians. Dirty Harry have featured in BBC’s ‘Viva Variety’, played at Party At The Palace, have supported The Bay City Rollers two years in a row, host their own Edinburgh Fringe shows and are regulars at Fringe By The Sea, North Berwick.
If a recap of some of the top tunes are required, lets remind ourselves; Heart Of Glass, Call me, Rapture, Sunday Girl, Dreaming, Atomic, Denis, Hanging on the telephone, Maria, One way or another.. Dirty Harry play them all plus plenty more of the best chart toppers and fan’s favourites.
The essence of Dirty Harry is to put on a show Blondie would give the nod to.
Sequel to Des Dillon's anti-sectarian comedy. Billy and Tim find themselves stuck together in the medical room at Hampden Park during the Scottish Cup final between the Rangers and Celtics after a bet backfires.
Scotland’s King Of Easy Listening, Colin Scougall, is touring Scotland with a brand new show full of classic songs made famous by the great crooners of the 20th century.
The Glasgow born singer, who takes his craft seriously but not himself, will take you on a nostalgic trip through favourite melodies such as Fly Me To The Moon, Beyond The Sea and Unforgettable whilst paying tribute to popular male vocalists like Tom Jones, Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Andy Williams, Matt Monro, Dean Martin and many more - all accompanied by Colin’s amazing eight-piece live band. 0.00 miles