Sunday, 15 February 2015

Barbara: A life in music ...

Barbara Dickson plays Rothes Halls, GlenrothesHaving enjoyed a successful career in music and acting for many years now, Fife audiences will have the chance to spend an evening with our own Barbara Dickson later this month.

The multi-million selling recording artist and Olivier Award winning actress is at Rothes Halls in Glenrothes on Saturday, February 21. And while taking time out to speak to The Press this week, she said she’s looking forward to the concert.

“It’s lovely to come and play in Fife,” she said. “I spend a lot of time in Fife. “When I’m in Edinburgh I’ll come over to Fife as I have still got a lot of relatives and friends there. “I haven’t played in Glenrothes since I came at the end of 2013 and before that I hadn’t been for a long long time. “It’s a lovely hall and I’m really pleased to be playing there again.

“People will ask me, why do you not come to Inverness? And I have to say I don’t choose the venues, it’s because I’m not invited.”

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