Edinburgh hotels are on track to overtake Dublin's as the second busiest in Western Europe, helped by the film industry's success. Analysis of the city hospitality sector by PwC points to higher occupancy rate next year than in any other major city other than London. The consultancy say film-making, such as the TV series Outlander, has brought more visitors to Scotland. The themed years of food and drink also helped last year - and architecture and design should boost interest this year, PwC said.
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Muriel Spark's celebrated novella was, until Trainspotting, Edinburgh's most readily identifiable contribution to modern literature. Inspired largely by Spark's own time at [James] Gillespie's school , this elaborate, empathetic satire on a fascism-admiring teacher would not have been expected to be a major candidate for Oscar attention, but Maggie Smith won the best actress award in , after Ronald "Poseidon Adventure" Neame directed the film version. Sixties Edinburgh has no problem standing in for 30s Edinburgh: the Marcia Blaine school is sited in the Edinburgh Academy building in Henderson Row, while it's possible to stand in the exact same spot as Maggie Smith on the Grassmarket and bellow: "Observe, little girls, the castle! And you couldn't get more Edinburgh either, as Renton and Spud slither down Waterloo Place, right by the station. In actual fact, much of Irvine Welsh's high-octane ode to the Edinburgh junk life was filmed in Glasgow, including the Begbie pub fight scene and the Volcano club.
It's no surprise that Scotland attracts the world's leading actors, filmmakers and television producers - few places are quite as photogenic as we are! From edge-of-your-seat thrillers and blockbuster action movies to rib-tickling comedies and boutique art-house films, Scotland has been the setting for an eclectic range of productions. Scotland might seem like it's a world away from the bright lights of Hollywood, but our home-grown talent has been making a splash on the big screen for decades! Find out more. It's not only our acting talent that shines on screen!
To post in the forums you will need to first register. Hi I found this site while googling for Sauchiehall Street now Classrooms nightclub but was the Tatler Cinema Club until which was a recent topic on here. I am attempting to catalogue all the "dirty" cinemas which have existed in the UK over so far and have identified the following for Glasgow: 1. The aforementioned Tatler 2. The Classic Grand in Jamaica Street recently refurbished as a music venue, but a "dirty" cinema until