Set in Scotland’s club scene past, with a cocktail of drunken, disgusting cruelty. A young man loses control of his tolerance for race, religion and faith in a tragedy about rural Scotland being invaded by the SDL. Zander loses his mum and he blames those Asian market sellers for his dad shutting down the shop. Mole lurks on the top soil of Zander’s darkest thoughts only to unleash a racist crusader to deliver the fatal blow. Blood Orange examines the turbulent rise of the new far right in modern Scotland.
You can sign up now to be part of Big Burns Supper 2015!
Participation is at the heart of Big Burns Supper and there are many ways for you to take part in the festival, from making a lantern for Burns Night Carnival to volunteering to performing in one of our venues.
We have a very simple online submissions process – just follow the links to apply today!
The height of the band’s popularity
was in the 1980s, although it
retained a cult following for many
The band’s music was most
recognisable for the sounds it
infused with Scottish folk and
martial music styles, as well as
for playing and engineering their
guitar driven sound to evoke the
inspirational spirit of bagpipes,
fiddles and other traditional folk
Under his own name and as
Mull Historical Society, Colin
MacIntyre has made six albums to
date. Spanning styles from lush,
fantastically catchy pop to strippeddown
introspection, now whittled
into his first best-of release – The
Supermarket Never Sleeps.
He launches it with a first ever
performance of his 2001 debut
album Loss in its entirety – inspired
by his father’s death, and ranked by
several critics among the year’s best.
He also offers a selection of other
favourites and the odd surprise guest.
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