Orla Brady is to appear on Richard & Judy’s show on UK TV today at 2pm to be interviewed about the new series of ‘Mistresses‘ on BBC1 but also to talk about being ‘the lady in red’ in Vettriano’s painting, ‘The Singing Butler‘. Information aboutÂ today’s interview was released a few hours ago. Orla is today, to be presented with a print of ‘Dancer In Emerald’, the sister painting to ‘The Singing Butler’, which features the actress in the same dancing pose but wearing a dark emerald dress instead of the now famous, red dress.Â The original painting, ‘Dancer In Emerald’ has gone on loan to the Kirkcaldy Museum in Fife as part of this year’s Homecoming Scotland celebrations. jack vettriano was in the news last month when he boasted , as most artist do , that he had bedded most of his models . Whether Orla Brady is one such conquestÂ has not beenÂ revealed
The Kelpies prints and gifts
Check out our unique Kelpies prints collection including canvas prints , Kelpies t-shirts and travel mugs .
The The Kelpies prints gift shop has t-shirts , canvas prints , jigsaw puzzles , hoodies and canvas prints.
- Your personal mobile caffeination and art delivery unit
- Insulated stainless steel with removable polycarbonate lid
- Holds 15 oz. (443 ml)
- Base fits in most standard car cup holders (diameter 2.5″ / 6.35 cm)
- Top rack dishwasher-safe
- Wraparound design printed for you when you order
The Kelpies are the largest pieces of equine art in the world , created by Scottish artist Andy Scott. The most successful Scottish artist of all time is Jack Vettriano .
The Kelpies Falkirk tours are available now – visit the Kelpies , the Falkirk Wheel and Callendar House on your own private tour of Falkirk
Visit the Kelpies in Falkirk
Looking for things to do in Falkirk ? Why not take the Kelpies Falkirk tour and visit 3 five star attractions ?
The Kelpies, the Falkirk Wheel and Callendar house feature in this tour .
The Kelpies have become one of the top tourist attractions in Scotland with over two million visitors .
Buy your souvenir prints of Scotland from Photogold .