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Adults

April 2018


Long Day’s Journey Into Night

The four members of the troubled Tyrone family each have their vice to dull their memories of their painful past and face their current trials. Over the course of one devastating day at their Connecticut summer home the resentments of the family are exposed, pushing their bonds to the limit.


Friday Club

Do you have a learning disability?

Do you want to work with other creative people developing performance skills and having fun?


Nightschool

A fun and informal introduction to acting skills for adults who want to try their hand at performing. #TakePart


Historical Backstage Tours

*New Tour added 3pm on 17 Jun due to phenomenal demand* 

A guided tour through the unseen backstage areas of our historic Victorian theatre.


Off the Page

Informal and sociable weekly play-reading sessions exploring a production in the Citizens' Autumn 2017 and Spring 2018 seasons.


McLuckie’s Line

Unemployed actor and compulsive gambler McLuckie waits nervously in a claustrophobic corridor of a Glasgow hospital. He’s expecting the phone call he’s been waiting for his whole life – what could go wrong?


May 2018


BRIGHT COLOURS ONLY

Pauline Goldsmith resurrects her hilarious and heartfelt legendary Irish wake celebrating the struggle to be ourselves in life and in death.


Passing Places

This hilarious and intense ‘road movie for the stage’ will take audiences on a wild ride through Scotland from Motherwell to the Highlands on a riotous journey of self-discovery brought vividly to life by the Dundee Rep Ensemble.


In Conversation with…Patrick Doyle

Oscar nominated film composer Patrick Doyle will be coming to the Citizens Theatre in May for an exclusive ‘In Conversation’ event. Patrick Doyle has scored the music for box-office hits including Sense and Sensibility, Thor, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Cinderella and most recently Murder on the Orient Express.


The Pool of Bethesda

Performance by final year students of RCS. Directed by Mark Thomson.


A Night To Remember

Exactly a hundred years ago in the Gorbals, as World War One draws towards its bloody close, audience and performers, soldiers and civilians, prepare for a big night out in the theatre to help them forget their troubles. 


The Angry Brigade

A new group of home-grown terrorists, spurred on by the Tory cuts, high unemployment and the increasing inequality of 1970s Britain, is being hunted by a secret police squad. Performance by final year students of RCS. Directed by Debbie Hannan. 


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