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March 2017


Iain Connell and Robert Florence: Uncles

Iain Connell and Robert Florence: Uncles

Get ready for some guidance from men of real experience, men who know ALL the answers. It's time to sit down and listen to your uncles.


Des Clarke: Desneyland

Des Clarke: Desneyland

Hang on tight. Glasgow's own star of stand up takes us on a thrill ride of nonsense, topical gags and offbeat observations.


David O’Doherty: Big Time

David O’Doherty: Big Time

David O'Doherty – the Aldi Bublé, the Ryanair Enya – is delighted to present a brand new show of talking and songs played on a crappy keyboard from 1986.


Somewhere New: Avoidable Climbing

Somewhere New: Avoidable Climbing

A poetic political black comedy, written and directed by Drew Taylor, about what we could do, what we should do and how burying your face in the latest cat video isn't enough right now. Part of Take Me Somewhere


February 2017


The last rounds of Benny Lynch

The last rounds of Benny Lynch

1935. The Florence Street Flyweight, Benny Lynch conquers the World…and it's imagination.


Cuttin’ A Rug

Cuttin’ A Rug

The second instalment of John Byrne's much-loved Slab Boys trilogy.


January 2017


Drink

Drink

Combining film and theatre we journey with our character through his inner reflections on his relationship with Drink.


The Winter’s Tale

The Winter’s Tale

**UPPER CIRCLE NOW ON SALE - CALL 0141 429 0022 TO BOOK**Cheek by Jowl tackle the countless hairpin turns from violence to farce, through multiple countries and over the course of 16 years in a fiercely contemporary production.


Hansel and Gretel - Relaxed Performance

Hansel and Gretel - Relaxed Performance

This performance of Hansel and Gretel is aimed at audience members who would benefit from a more relaxed theatre environment, including people with an autistic spectrum disorder or sensory or communication disorder and their families.


December 2016


Simon’s Magical Christmas Socks - Relaxed Performance

This performance of Simon's Magical Christmas Socks is aimed at audience members who would benefit from a more relaxed theatre environment, including people with an autistic spectrum disorder or sensory or communication disorder and their families.


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