What's On / Archive

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.


September 2010


The Bookie

Cumbernauld Theatre present an electric new Scottish musical by Douglas Maxwell with all the glitz and glamour of Vegas – Scottish style.


Sarah Jane Morris in Concert

‘After All These Years’ - Sarah Jane Morris (of Communards fame) performs a concert with a full band in the intimate surroundings of the Citizens Theatre.


Hit Me!

The Life and Rhymes of Ian Dury. A warts-and-all portrait of the Blockheads’ lead singer by Jeff Merrifield, from Seabright Productions.


The Tailor of Inverness

Dogstar Theatre Company present a beautifully realised tale about the reality of survival in war-torn Eastern Europe.


Carmen

Scottish Opera perform at the Citizens for the very first time with a brand new production of George Bizet's opera, in a new translation by Christopher Cowell.


August 2010


The Girl In The Yellow Dress

After a packed run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010, Craig Higginson's dark, witty and sexually-charged psychological drama goes on tour to Newcastle and Glasgow. A co-production by Citizens Theatre, Live Theatre (Newcastle) and The Market Theatre (South Africa).


June 2010


Our House

The Dance School of Scotland present a musical theatre production inspired by the music of Madness.


May 2010


Morecambe

The man what brought us sunshine. Best Entertainment (Olivier Awards 2010), Fringe First Award 2009 and direct from the West End, Bob Golding's extraordinary portrayal commemorates the 25th anniversary of Eric Morecambe's untimely final curtain, celebrating the wonderful life of Britain's best-loved comic.


Meep and Moop

TAG's latest production for nurseries is a day in the life of two lovable musical meerkats.


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