It’s your last chance to win tickets for the VERY special Amy MacDonald show at The Ferry in Glasgow on August 30 today. All week we have been stashing tickets at venues around the country in our special treasure hunt. And today in the Sunday Mail cover interview in 7Nights magazine Amy reveals how she can's wait for the homecoming gig at The Ferry. And you can still win prized briefs to see Amy live.
It's day two of our national Amy MacDonald ticket treasure hunt and your second chance to win a pair of passes for her very special gig at The Ferry in Glasgow. The August 30 show is the hottest ticket of the summer and we are giving away THREE pairs each day at dailyrecord.co.uk. You can claim the tickets at five secret venues across Scotland and Amy has recorded a clue to help you find each one this week.
A young actor has told how he was down to his last 20p before he was picked by Disney to star in a massive new TV show. Christy O’Donnell had considered ditching showbiz and signing up for the Army when he received the news which changed his life. The 22-year-old, from Glasgow, will star in time-travel drama Find Me In Paris, which will be screened across the world. Christy said: “I was thinking about joining the Army because I wasn’t getting jobs.
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