What's On / Archive

October 2015

Dragon - Relaxed Performance

This performance of Dragon created by Vox Motus, National Theatre of Scotland and Tianjin Childrens' Art Theatre 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.


The magically inventive Dragon created by Vox Motus, the National Theatre of Scotland and Tianjin Children's Art Theatre returns.

August 2015

Lanark: A Life in Three Acts

A new adaptation by David Greig of Alasdair Gray's seminal novel Lanark, directed by Graham Eatough.

May 2015

Southside Stories

A new piece of theatre inspired by Fever Dream: Southside by the Citizens Theatre's Young Co.

July 2014

On Common Ground

What do a tribe who have been travelling for 18,000 years discover when they meet Glaswegians ‘On Common Ground’?

June 2014

Sports Day

A day to remember...or maybe forget! Sports Day is a large scale community production boasting material from some of Scotland’s best-known playwrights and songwriters.

October 2013

The Elevator Pitch

An ambitious young filmmaker draws her family, friends and enemies into a celluloid hell, where making ‘the pitch’ and getting the film made is more important than life or death.

October 2012

This Is What We Ask

Exploring how young people journey into an adult world in which they are confronted by a mass of challenging and sometimes bewildering questions, the Citizens Young Company ask…

June 2012

Temptations of Tam

A new community opera inspired by Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress, a co-production from Scottish Opera and the Citizens Community Company.

December 2011

Wicked Christmas

Snow Funny! The Citizens Community Company return with their seasonal satirical glance at all the things we love to hate about Christmas.

October 2011


Young Co. present fiendishly dark stories from the pen of Edgar Allan Poe. Watch trailer.

June 2011

Fair Friday

Written and performed by members of the Citizens Community Company. A witty and nostalgic look at the Glasgow Fair holiday. An evening of true stories, traditional songs and community spirit.