You could win a pair of tickets to see Fleetwood Mac at The SSE Hydro in Scotland, plus first class travel thanks to ScotRail and an overnight stay (including hearty Scottish breakfast) at the adjoining Crowne Plaza Glasgow. The mighty Fleetwood Mac, who have won many Grammy Awards and have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, will be gracing Scottish soil and playing a sold out show at The SSE Hydro on October 3 2013. The iconic structure stages around 140 events a year, hosting international music stars, global entertainment and massive sporting events.
Fleetwood Mac's 2013 world tour marks 35 years since the release of their classic album 'Rumours', one of the most successful albums in recorded history, and original band members Mick Fleetwood and John McVie will be performing alongside 1975 additions Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.
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In case you didn’t know, Scandinavia is cool right now. The food, the fashion, the facial hair – plus the Vikings have invaded the British Museum. All we need next is a healthy economy, a reliable public transport system and a sense of social justice, and London will be indistinguishable from Oslo. Meanwhile in Hackney, there’s yet another Northern European-inspired incursion. Or apparently so: the website claims this bar-restaurant-club draws on ‘a Nordic aesthetic’, although it’s not immediately obvious within. Oslo occupies the previously deserted old Hackney rail station and takes on a bit of a railway theme with its luggage-rack lighting, plus there are industrial stylings that give the whole place a Janet Jackson ‘Rhythm Nation’ video feel. The restaurant part is rather fancy, its food incorporating a few of the forages, pickles, jellies and marinations of New Nordic cooking. The kitchen is regularly given over to guest chefs, and you have to book – it’s always heaving. Eat in the bar and the food is more straightforward. Where once the standard snack in pubs was a toastie, sausage roll or pork pie, now it’s the slider or fried chicken. These are served alongside frankly obscene portions of chips, slathered with the likes of cured bacon fat and bacon salt, or braised oxtail, gravy and cheese. There’s a commendable range of craft beers from the vicinity, including a couple from Five Points Brewing just five minutes up the road at the Downs.Head upstairs and you’ll find a
Venue says: “Join us every Thursday night until late for Soul Soul Soul – a night of vinyl appreciation with DJs playing soul, funk, disco and more.”