They were shooting a scene from ‘Sunshine in Leith’ in Constitution Street outside the Port o’ Leith this week, in bright winter sunshine. Dubbed Leith’s Mama Mia, it is a narrative spun around some of the Proclaimers’ output. The stage show was a runaway success. Meantime, I’m talking to various key fugures involved in the production of Trainspotting the film, and the first production of the play. It’s fascinating to get the inside story and see how things have evolved. My book might not make the 20th anniversary of the launch of the book in August next year, but it might be ready in nice time for the release of ‘Sunshine in Leith’. It’s all happening in the People’s Republic of Leith!