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Gavin Jon Wright as William (L) Jimmy Chisholm as King James VI (R) in 
Neither God Nor Angel Picture: Leslie Black.
Gavin Jon Wright as William (L) Jimmy Chisholm as King James VI (R) in Neither God Nor Angel Picture: Leslie Black.
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HOT TICKET

IT’S the hot ticket of the week in the Capital right now. Demand for seats to see Tim Barrow’s Neither God Nor Angel has been so great that extra seats have just been released for each performance.

The play, part of the Traverse Theatre’s A Play, A Pie and A Pint Season stars Jimmy Chisholm and Gavin Jon Wright.

On 4 April, 1603, James VI, King of Scots, spends his final night in Holyrood before journeying south to claim the English crown, but after several bottles of wine he’s having second thoughts.

He needs advice, political insight and reassurance. He gets William - a street wise servant.

When two nations want you, what’s a King to do?”

Neither God Nor Angel, Traverse Theatre, Cambridge Street, until Saturday, 1pm, and Friday, 7pm, £12.50 (inc. pie and pint), 0131-228 1404

KING OF JAZZ

GRAMMY Award-winning Gregory Porter tours to the Festival Theatre this Sunday.

The jazz and soul singing sensation continues to perform to sell-out audiences across the world, thanks to his Grammy- winning album Liquid Spirit, which in the UK alone has remained in the official album charts for 80 weeks, since its release.

On the back of a steaming set at Glastonbury, Porter was hailed the new ’king of jazz’ and a ‘leader of the pack,’ being compared with greats such as Nat King Cole and Marvin Gaye. Judge for yourself at the Festival Theatre.

Gregory Porter, Festival Theatre, Nicolson Street, Sunday, 7.30pm, £31-£41, 0131-529 6000

COUNTRY LEGEND

THERE’S an evening of song, laughter and legendary stories at The King’s for one night only on Sunday as Patsy Cline: A Tribute celebrates the life and times and music of the country legend.

Starring Sandy Kelly, Ireland’s queen of country music, with George Hamilton V as his father George Hamilton IV, this feel-good show is guaranteed to leave you wanting more as she performs Cline’s unforgettable hits including Crazy, Sweet Dreams, Walking After Midnight and I Fall to Pieces.

Hamilton, meanwhile, will pay tribute to his late father whose many hits include Abilene, Early Morning Rain, and She’s A Little Bit Country.

Patsy Cline: A Tribute, King’s Theatre, Leven Street, Sunday, 7.30pm, £20.50-£22.50, 0131-529 6000