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Appeal launched to find maritime artworks

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Quiz: Can you tell the difference between Scotland and England?

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Beverley Knight is going on tour this summer

Beverley Knight is bringing some Memphis soul to Scotland ...

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Sheridan Smith is outstanding as Broadway star Fanny Brice

Theatre Review: Funny Girl at the Edinburgh Playhouse

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Music legend Leo Sayer heading to Scotland

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West End show Funny Girl heads to Scotland

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Theatre Review: Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at Edinburgh Playhouse

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Lord of the Dance returns to Scotland with new show

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Anastacia's 2017 UK tour includes two Scottish dates  the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow on May 30 and the Usher Hall in Edinburgh on May 31.

Anastacia is bringing her new tour to Scotland this summer

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Evergreen Irish duo at home away from home

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Curtis channels Ol’ Blue Eyes

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The Roxburgh Quartet perform at Rothesay Joint Campus tonight (February 17) at 7.30pm.

What’s On: The Roxburgh Quartet hit Rothesay stage tonight

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Ben Watt

Gig review: Ben Watt

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Bute Community Swing Band in action on Sunday afternoon in Rothesay's 292 Club.

Bute band swings into action

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The Lewis Hamilton Band perform at Craigmore Bowling Club on Saturday, February 4.

What’s On: Lewis Hamilton Band hit Bute this weekend

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An outdoor performance of Shakespeare's The Tempest takes place on Sunday, June 19, at Mount Stuart.

The Tempest at Mount Stuart

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Mount Stuart Visitors' Centre. (Photo by John Lord)

Scottish Opera’s ‘theatre in a lorry’ on Bute

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Charlie Sheen reveals all about THAT meltdown, his HIV secret, family and big screen comeback

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Scottish Maritime Museum art curator Fiona Carmichael. (Picture:  Martin Shields )

Appeal launched to find maritime artworks

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Quiz: Can you tell the difference between Scotland and England?

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The Iolaire Monument in Stornoway, Lewis.

North Bute Lit: ‘Grief unutterable’

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Rothesay Pavilion in Argyle Street.

Pavilion refurb waste put to good use

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