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Kris Gourlay

Martin Compston spotted at Edinburgh cinema as filming for new show concludes

Scottish actor Martin Compston has been pictured at a swish Edinburgh cinema alongside Phil MacHugh for a viewing party of their newest BBC show.

The Line of Duty and Vigil actor was spotted outside the Everyman Cinema at St James Quarter last week to mark the conclusion of filming for their BBC2 show Scottish Fling.

Compston and MacHugh were dressed courtesy of fellow St James Quarter store, John Lewis, and enjoyed a night of drinks and comfort in the hands of the city's newest and plushest cinema's.

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Recently opening in the new £1billion shopping centre, Everyman is a modern take on the cinema experience, offering cocktails and comfy sofa-like chairs while also adopting a 70s-like décor.

Posting on Instagram, alongside pictures of the duo, St James Quarter said: "St James Quarter was incredibly excited to welcome the talented @mrmartincompston and @iamphilmachugh to @everymanedinburgh last week, for the series finale screening and wrap party of their hilarious BBC2 show, Scottish Fling.

"A fabulous celebration requires a fabulous outfit, and thanks to the Personal Stylists at @johnlewis, Martin and Phil were dressed to impress for the night."

The comedic duo embark on a trip across Scotland in the 2022 mini-series, getting up to all sorts of mischief and exploring some of the most popular attractions the country has to offer.


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