FREE pair of tickets to a fab music night out
Local heroes King’s Park Brass are returning to Rutherglen Town Hall later this month - and the Reformer has a free pair of tickets to give away to one lucky winner!
The concert is being held on Friday, November 21, and will be a special evening of music, celebrating the most dastardly and daring libertines, those archetypal gutsy and gallant characters from stage and screen in a programme entitled Heroes and Villains.
From Sergei Prokofiev’s Montagues and Capulets to the theme music from Rocky, this varied programme, also featuring music from Chicken Run and The Wizard of Oz, has something for everyone to enjoy.
To win just answer the following question about the band’s favourite film, Brassed Off - and tell us which Scottish actor plays the part of Andy?
Is it: A) Peter Capaldi; B) Gerard Butler, or C) Ewan McGregor?
Send your entries to news@ rutherglenreformer. co.uk, or by post to King’s Park Brass Competition, Rutherglen Reformer, Media Scotland, 1 Central Quay, Glasgow, G3 8DA. Entries must be received by Wednesday, November 19, and remember to include a contact telephone number.
King’s Park Brass is a traditional brass band. The band plays regular concerts in and around Glasgow, often in aid of . charitable causes. O
In addition to the main band, the organisation run a youth programme which provides tuition free of charge to local children giving them the opportunity to learn to play a brass instrument and also to play in one the organisation’s two youth bands.