Gregory's Girl. Image shows from L to R: Susan (Clare Grogan), Gregory Underwood (John Gordon Sinclair). Copyright: Lake Films.

Gregory's Girl

1981 British comedy film about teenage love. Stars John Gordon Sinclair, Dee Hepburn, Clare Grogan, Jake D'Arcy, Chic Murray and others.

Press Clippings

Gregory's Girl - 35 years on

A salute to 1981's Gregory's Girl, starring John Gordon Sinclair and Claire Grogan...

Andrew Blair, Den Of Geek, 11th May 2016

Re-Viewed: Gregory's Girl

Without giving too much away, the film offers some genuine surprises, especially when it comes to Gregory's love life.

Tom Eames, Digital Spy, 5th May 2014

Gregory's Girl: Lead actors go back to school

It was the movie that changed the Scottish film industry and made stars of its two unknown leads. In a BBC Scotland documentary John Gordon Sinclair and Clare Grogan go back to the school in Cumbernauld where Gregory's Girl was filmed.

Steven Brocklehurst, BBC News, 11th December 2012

Gregory's Girl school may close under council plans

A Cumbernauld secondary school, famous for its role in the cult Scottish film Gregory's Girl, could be demolished under council plans.

The Scotsman, 19th September 2012

Isy Suttie: My Edinburgh - Part 10

This is my final column and I've been thinking about my festival highs and lows.

Isy Suttie, The Guardian, 19th August 2011

Isy Suttie: My Edinburgh - Part 9

One of my favourite things to do in Edinburgh is venture into an obscure venue and ask to see the next show - a lucky dip.

Isy Suttie, The Guardian, 18th August 2011

Isy Suttie: My Edinburgh - Part 8

It's hard to eat well this far into the festival, especially when you order frogs' legs, snails, and steak tartare.

Isy Suttie, The Guardian, 17th August 2011

Isy Suttie: My Edinburgh - Part 7

People are more likely to take a flyer from a smiling, clean-looking person than someone dressed as a massive bee.

Isy Suttie, The Guardian, 16th August 2011

Isy Suttie: My Edinburgh - Part 6

An advantage of being on stage at 5pm is I don't get stag or hen nights in the audience - they can be smarter than they look.

Isy Suttie, The Guardian, 15th August 2011

Isy Suttie: My Edinburgh - Part 5

Look past the upstanding standup shows and Edinburgh's comedy underbelly is much darker - literally, in some cases

Isy Suttie, The Guardian, 11th August 2011