10 – 12 March Tron Theatre Glasgow.                                                      All performances 7.30pm

In support of Limelight Music, Maggie Reilly will be performing her first Scottish concerts in over 20 years,  beginning a European tour with her new band for 2011 at the Tron Theatre Glasgow on the 11th and 12th March .

From her early days with iconic Glasgow band Cado Belle, the internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter Maggie Reilly has written and performed on such major international hits as “Moonlight Shadow” and “To France” with Mike Oldfield, written the chart topping USA hit “Family Man” for Daryl Hall and John Oates and most recently Maggie won industry awards for the most played song on American radio when her European hit “Everytime We Touch” again reached No.1 in the USA.

“I have been a supporter of Limelight Music for over 20 years and I’m delighted to perform at The Limelight Music Festival”             Maggie Reilly Feb 2011

Limelight Music:
Limelight is Scotland’s first professional music production company run by people with impairments.  We are the UK’s leading producer of high quality Inclusive music and specialise in raising the profile of disabled artists in the mainstream music and theatre industries. We are Scotland’s first generation of multi award winning professional disabled musicians who run fully accessible recording and rehearsal facilities at Limelight Studios in the centre of Glasgow. From our base in the Trongate we collaborate with mainstream theatre companies, musicians and music producers to compose, record, write and direct music productions for theatre, film, television, and dance.

“I Feel Alone” single release:
Limelight Musicians have recently recorded the song “I Feel Alone” on which Maggie sings lead vocals at the Limelight Studios. The song is also part of the soundtrack for the feature film “Fast Romance”.
“I Feel Alone” will be available for download March 2011.

Limelight Artistic Directors

The Limelight Music Festival is artistically directed by Gordon Dougall (who is known to Tron Theatre audiences as the director and co-writer of the famous Tron Panto) and Sally Clay the Panto’s composer/musical director. Audience totalling over 10,000 have seen their work at The Tron, since 2003.

“I’m sure our Panto audiences will be delighted with all our Limelight Music Festival concerts and will enjoy a fab post panto night out”:      Gordon Dougall Feb 2011

“I’m really looking forward to showing off the cream of Scotland’s disabled talent to the world…Which includes me of course!”                         : Sally Clay Feb 2011

If you would like more information about the event, or to schedule an interview with Maggie Reilly, Sally Clay or Gordon Dougall please contact:

Limelight Music Contact: email: 07920 269181

or Maggie Reilly Contact: or tel: 07770 211555


The Glasgow comedy festival kicks off tomorrow the 11th March 2010 and lasts until 28th March, with venues to suit all comers with events for all the family and of course comedy that is a bit close to the line..

To find out a list of events and shows please visit one of my favourites and a very funny woman indeed is Janey Godley who is one of many local comediennes available.


The Paisley Christmas lights were switched on today by none other than X-Factor winner Leon Jackson and Scottish singer Sandi Thom, of course Paisley on the web were around town today taking various pictures of some interesting sites and wonderful lights and fireworks.

We have to hand it to the organisers of the event and for the weather staying so good, it has been the best Christmas light switch on for many years.

We have started uploading loads of the images from today to the gallery (click here to go straight to the gallery) hope you enjoy them.



Don’t forget this Saturday is the big switch on for the Paisley Christmas lights 2008.

It is an all day event starting at 10am till 5.30pm in Paisley town centre with the lights being switched on by no other than X factor winner Leon Jackson and also starring at the event will be Sandi Thom who will be on stage from 2.45.

Events for the day are as follows:

  • 10am – 5pm Craft Fair in County square
  • Accord Hospice inflatable fun day 10am – 5pm at Paisley town hall
  • Street entertainment at 12 noon
  • Santa’s parade at 12 noon in Gilmour street
  • Radio clyde stage starts at 2.30pm
  • Sandi Thom 2.45
  • Leon Jackson will be performing at 4.15
  • Christmas Lights switch on will be 4.15pm

Lets hope the weather is kind and that everyone has a safe and happy time…