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Three heads are better than one: David Mach's Big Reids


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‘BIG HEIDS'. the new public artwork by David Mach has finally been launched at Eurocentral outside Glasgow, seven years after the original feasibility study. Weighing up to eighteen tons each at an overall height of ten metres, the three ‘Big Heids' are made from welded steel sections and sited on top of up-ended freight containers. Mach’s background in public artwork includes the brick-built Darlington Train, and he was chosen through an intensive selection process to produce this, the third commission for the M8 Art Project. Mach's profile has risen further with the recent commission to produce a collage of faces of thousands of Britons to form the centrepiece of the Millennium Dome's National Identity Zone.

DEVOLUTION SPREADS ITS wings to the airwaves, with Radio 1's award- winning Evening Session splitting the UK into four. Every Thursday from 8 July. three new pairs of presenters in Wales. Northern Ireland and Scotland will be taking over from Steve Lamacq. who will continue to broadcast to English listeners between 8-10pm. The Scottish leg is taken by The List’s columnist Gill Mills and Vic Galloway, frontman of Edinburgh band Huckleberry. 'If you look at the presenting team as different movie characters.’ states Lamacq. ’we've gone from myself and Jo Whiley - the dynamic duo - to the new set up which is the Magnificent Seven.‘ Lamacq will introduce new presenters Mills and Galloway in a live broadcast from Glasgow on Monday 5 July.

THE TRON THEATRE is now in the final stages of its £5 million redevelopment with completion expected at the end of July. The result will be an impressive collection of historical buildings set

against stylish new spaces, creating an exciting new 'lifestyle’ complex. Designed by one of the country's leading architects. RMJM Scotland, the Tron's new era will kick off with a guided tour from 31 July, before launching an exciting new programme in the autumn which includes new works from David Greig. nva and Gerry Mulgrew, plus comedy from Johnny Vegas. Meanwhile, a new Theatre and Film Design Summer School running from 5—14 August and costing £145 will be presented by Irina Brown and Sarah Paulley. Call the Tron admin number on 0141 552 3748 for enrolment enquiries.

THE EDINBURGH TATTOO has unveiled its programme for the popular military display‘s 50th year. Among the attractions set for the Edinburgh Castle esplanade are the Massed Pipes 8: Drums, The Tattoo Scottish Country Dancers and Missouri marching band, The Golden Eagles. The Tattoo runs from 6—28 August with ticket prices ranging from £8.50—£22. The credit card hotline is 0131 225 1188, while the office on Market Street will be open to personal calls from Monday 5 July at 10am.

CAPABILITY SCOTLAND IS looking for participants to run in the New York Marathon on 7 November. If you can raise £1900, your flight, entry and accommodation will be paid for; £1000 will get you your flight and entry; otherwise, if you want to pay your own way, you need only raise £400. The largest disabled charity in Scotland aims to collect a cool {1.3 million per year through businesses and individuals. Call 0131 337 9876 to reserve your place.

KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR . . . nattin robed Aly Bain and Ian Richardson as they receive honorary degrees (Doctor of Music and Doctor of Drama) from the RSAMD on Tuesday 6 July.