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One more sleep ‘til Christmas

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Festive fun from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for 3 - 6 year olds and their families in our Circle Studio directed by Guy Hollands.

It’s the night before Christmas, and seven excited siblings are tucked up together cosy in bed. But who can sleep when Santa’s on his way? Maybe singing some festive carols will help – but only if they don’t wake Mum and Dad!

Associate Director (Citizens Learning) Guy Hollands creates a new fun-filled festive show for 3 – 6 year olds in the intimate setting of our Circle Studio.

Relaxed Performance: 21 Dec, 2pm

A 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. Find out more



  • 7 Dec 2017 to 31 Dec 2017
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    • 7 Dec 2017 @ 10.30am
    • 8 Dec 2017 @ 10.30am
    • 9 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 9 Dec 2017 @ 1.00pm
    • 9 Dec 2017 @ 3.00pm
    • 10 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 10 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm
    • 13 Dec 2017 @ 10.30am
    • 13 Dec 2017 @ 1.30pm
    • 14 Dec 2017 @ 10.30am
    • 14 Dec 2017 @ 1.30pm
    • 15 Dec 2017 @ 10.30am
    • 15 Dec 2017 @ 1.30pm
    • 16 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 16 Dec 2017 @ 1.00pm
    • 16 Dec 2017 @ 3.00pm
    • 17 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 17 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm
    • 19 Dec 2017 @ 10.30am
    • 19 Dec 2017 @ 1.30pm
    • 20 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 20 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm
    • 21 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 22 Dec 2017 @ 01.00pm
    • 22 Dec 2017 @ 3.00pm
    • 23 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 23 Dec 2017 @ 1.00pm
    • 23 Dec 2017 @ 3.00pm
    • 24 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 24 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm
    • 27 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 27 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm
    • 28 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 28 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm
    • 29 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 29 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm
    • 30 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 30 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm
    • 31 Dec 2017 @ 11.00am
    • 31 Dec 2017 @ 2.00pm

Circle Studio


Family of 3 £24
Family of 4 £32
Family of 5 £40

Nurseries/Schools - £6.50 + 1 free ticket with every 10 purchased

Wheelchair Access
Guide Dogs welcome
Induction Loop

Creative Team >

Director - Guy Hollands
Lighting - Stuart Jenkins
Musical Director - Finn Anderson



18th February 2016

Hilariously dark and dry, analysing the futility of life at its end. Recognising the silly dance of repetition in each enduring day; the absurdly funny three-legged fake dog and play on words which offered the two funniest lines in the entire play was too subtle for most. Therein lies the deepest humour. The awareness of what lies ahead for many offers each member of the audience some moments for deep reflection, should they wish to take it. Clever and keeps you wondering (are you sure you have it figured out?). Left wanting to see it again! Excellent performances all round.

Darren Walls

17th February 2016

Hi I went to see The Rifles with my school when it was out it was a brilliant play and the music was brilliant really got me moving but I was wondering if you have released the rest of the album on soundcloud or anything like that just to sing to in my spare time thanks.

Anne McGivern

14th February 2016

Just back from the matinee performance of Endgame. Knew nothing of the play prior to my visit. A thoroughly enjoyable experience, superb acting, especially the comedic timing from Chris Gascoyne. You could analyse every word and gesture or just enjoy the wonderful experience of live theater expertly executed. A huge thank you to all involved.

Joe Gardner

8th February 2016

The performances of Neilson and Gascoyne were absolutely incredible. Even if you failed to grasp some aspects of the play, I couldn't help to be engaged by the two leads. The play was destructively dark with an edge of humour. Heart-stopping stuff. Loved it.

Gary Graham

6th February 2016

Absolutely amazing performances from everyone. Much funnier than I thought it was going to be, in a dark way of course. I thoroughly enjoyed Endgame and would highly recommend it. I left the theatre thinking "I could easily go and see this again".

Sophie McNaughton

6th February 2016

I loved the show! I studied Beckett in English at school and have been a big fan since. I wrote a review of Endgame at Citizens on my blog. You can read a snippet below: 'Hill’s fresh adaptation of Endgame is funnier, better paced, more thoughtful, and strangely beautiful compared to previous interpretations. While the classic grim play finds light in the dark and inspires numerous belly laughs, Endgame has also left this Glasgow audience with an overthinking-induced sore head as well as a sore heart...' You can read the full review here:


1st December 2015

Hi John, we recommend Rapunzel for everyone aged over 6 years. There is brand new pop-punk music performed live on stage by the cast, with Honeyblood drummer Cat Myers on drums. As with all of our festive productions, Rapunzel is a very theatrical show with an engaging story - we hope that your family will love it!

John Beattie

30th November 2015

At the other end of the family scale, is there enough artistic material & themes in Rapunzel to hold the attention of teenagers (15, 13)? Or is it more of a younger kids show?

Marion McPherson

15th November 2015

Cannot praise this production highly enough. Thank you for a most memorable evening. Choked up at "Most of Me". The only disappointment, no cd of the music available to buy!

Laura Handley

15th November 2015

Absolutely loved this, it was brilliant. Great storyline, acting, singing and funny too. X

Claire Chalmers

15th November 2015

Pure dead brilliant!!!


15th November 2015

Saw the opening night and loved it so much - brought my 13 year old to matinee today and she also loved it. Wonderful - for vast age range, amazing songs, superb acting and script. The power of singing and music... excellent.

Lisa Barnett

14th November 2015

Last night was my second visit to the performance. Didn't want it to end. Enthralling. After the final song, just sat there........hoping the cast would come back on stage for an encore!!

Stu Bailey

9th November 2015

We loved it. It was amazing. Fantastic singing, great timed comedy and superb acting. I cannot recommend it enough

Jason Perry

8th November 2015

Fabulous performance from all of the cast, particularly found the character of Scott (Scott Reid) very funny, superb performance, it's the best show I have seen in a long time, a must see!


5th November 2015

Fab show mixed with happy and sad moments cast were excellent would go and see it again .

Cole Stewart

5th November 2015

Loved the show! Would go back in a second! Such a great story that captures so much in one play, amazing songs and vocals from the actors. The staging, lighting, costumes were all perfect for this musical. This really is a must see production!

Ann Hughes

2nd November 2015

Absolutely fantastic thoughly enjoyed the show. The singing was so good and the play very funny


2nd November 2015

Saw this last night, genuinely brilliant. Performances were encapsulating, funny, moving and by far the best theatre I have seen in years. Well done

Rhona Franklin

30th October 2015

Saw the Choir last night with 23 friends from City Voice Choir.Blown away..fantastic bit of theatre!!xx

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Family Workshops

9 and 10 December at 10am there are Family Workshops around Cinderella- Click here to find out more


We have a special schools group rate of £8.50. Please download and return this schools booking form.

Deaf Theatre Club Night: Fri 8 Dec, 7pm

If you are deaf or hard of hearing, we want to make sure you can enjoy the best night out at the Citizens Theatre. Find out more about the Deaf Theatre Club.


Looking for adult drama classes? Check out our Nightschool page.


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Friday 20 October
Stay after the show for a free discussion event with Mark Lockyer and Andrew Eaton-Lewis about the issues explored in this play.