Category Archives: Scotland

January 19

Geek Adventure Goals for 2017 (Glasgow and beyond)

I started My Big Geek Adventure in September 2012. Wow! That feels like a really long time ago and it’s become such a massive part of my life. I sometimes wonder what I would be doing if I hadn’t written that list nearly four and a half years ago. This year is shaping up to be […]

December 15

My first ever Geek Girl Brunch

A random interaction at a Sainsbury’s checkout recently had given me pause for thought and made me question a very important issue in my life – friends. Or more specifically, geeky girl friends (or the need for more in my life)

August 25

From a Hobbit to a Wookiee – Another Tick off The List

Another one off the List Dun Dun Dun Another one off the List And another one off And another one off And another one off the List Ohhhh, I’m gonna score you off! Another one of the List-ah!* Last weekend saw the newly re-branded Glasgow Film and Comic Con (formerly Collectormania) return to Braehead.

July 04

Bank Holiday Bookshop Bonanza – Another Tick off the List!

While ‘Visit the book town of Wigtown’ has been on my list for a while, it’s been on my radar for much, much longer.  Ever since I heard that there was a National Book town in Scotland I was desperate to go and visit but every time I planned to go, my plans were scuppered […]

June 08

Why Glasgow needs 96.3 Rock Radio

  A few years ago I was an Events Exec for a large radio group in Scotland and was responsible for three radio stations; Real Radio, Smooth Radio and Rock Radio. I loved my job (despite the stresses that came with it) and worked hard on producing the best events that I could for all […]

May 12

Duchovny lands in Glasgow

When someone is so incredibly well known for one particular thing, how do they transition into another field?  We see it attempted all the time, actors becoming singers or singers becoming actors.  But when you are a bona fide pop culture icon, that must make it that bit more difficult.  The question is……how does Mulder […]

March 14

Books at the Botanics, Glasgow

I have a problem that I’m sure many of you can probably identify with.  I have a lot of books.  I mean, A LOT of books. It was getting to the point where  I was starting to get worried that one of the numerous wobbly piles dotted around our flat might finally collapse and trap […]