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February 2011

The Birthday Party

Part of our student drama season. Regarded as Pinter’s first masterpiece, The Birthday Party is a classic of the modern stage. Presented by City of Glasgow College in association with NLP Theatre Company.


Holding a mirror up to the notion of stardom and the pressure of fame, Marilyn offers a glimpse into the private lives of two extraordinary women. A co-production with Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh.

Double Bill of Family Opera

In partnership with Scottish Opera, the Citizens Theatre presents an extraordinary double-bill of two fun family operas: ON THE RIM OF THE WORLD and DR FERRET'S BAD MEDICINE ROADSHOW.

December 2010

Wicked Christmas 2010

12 Days of Christmas. The Citizens Community Company return with their annual seasonal satirical glance at all the things we love to hate about Christmas. A laugh out loud escape from the festive madness and a very special night out for adults only.

Glasgow Restaurant Awards

This year, the Citizens Theatre is proud to host the Glasgow Restaurant Association's glitzy GRA Awards.


It’s the Christmas holidays and Max the mouse has a big dream - to be an ice skating champion! Wonderland is a 45 minute interactive Christmas show specially created for 3-6 year olds with puppets, original music and songs.

November 2010

Beauty and the Beast

When Beauty is banished to live in the Beast’s castle, she must honour her father’s word and face the dreadful monster. But soon she finds all is not as it seems – as friendship blossoms, will the pair prove that love really does conquer all? View trailer

The Wee Man & Muckers

A special evening of late night comedy. For one night only, internet sensation The Wee Man brings the best of the Scottish stand up comedy circuit to the Citizens Theatre for a late night gig.

The Monster in the Hall

A new play by David Greig, presented in association with Arts and Theatres Trust Fife. At the Citizens and touring in Autumn 2010.

October 2010

Panic Patterns

A new commission from award-winning novelists Louise Welsh and Zoë Strachan. Part of Glasgay! Scotland’s annual celebration of queer culture.

Tall Tales For Small People

Ghost stories, animal fables and tall tales are brought to life by Young Co. in this acclaimed adaptation of Scottish stories from the Travelling community, handed down through the generations.

A Clockwork Orange

What’s it going to be then, eh?’ From the iconic novel by Anthony Burgess, made famous by the controversial Stanley Kubrick film, this hard-hitting and disconcerting stage play is a must-see experience.