What's On / Archive

May 2018


Passing Places

Passing Places

This hilarious and intense ‘road movie for the stage’ will take audiences on a wild ride through Scotland from Motherwell to the Highlands on a riotous journey of self-discovery brought vividly to life by the Dundee Rep Ensemble.


BRIGHT COLOURS ONLY

BRIGHT COLOURS ONLY

Pauline Goldsmith resurrects her hilarious and heartfelt legendary Irish wake celebrating the struggle to be ourselves in life and in death.


April 2018


McLuckie’s Line

McLuckie’s Line

Unemployed actor and compulsive gambler McLuckie waits nervously in a claustrophobic corridor of a Glasgow hospital. He’s expecting the phone call he’s been waiting for his whole life – what could go wrong?


Cathy

Cathy

A five-star hit at the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Cathy is a timely reflection on the social and personal impact of spiraling housing costs, gentrification and the challenges of forced relocation.


Richard III (a one-woman show)

Richard III (a one-woman show)

Breaking new ground in Shakespearean performance, Brite Theater re-imagine Richard III as a one- woman show.


Easter Academy 2018

Easter Academy 2018

An action packed week of drama activities for 6-14 year olds during the spring break. Meet friends, learn new skills and have lots of fun!


50p tickets Spring 2018

50p tickets Spring 2018

These tickets are only available at the theatre in person, so it’s time to join a good old fashioned queue. You can’t reserve in advance, it’s first-come-first-served! Don’t forget to check for 50ps before you come, as it’s cash only, limited to 2 tickets for person in allocated price band II seats.


March 2018


STATIC

STATIC

Follow one man as he navigates through life with the bugging feeling something’s ‘just not right’. Presented by students from University of West of Scotland.


Captain Amazing

Captain Amazing

A story about the transformative power of fatherhood, everyday acts of courage and how even the invincible aren’t immune to tragedy.


Three Sisters

Three Sisters

Award-winning Lung Ha Theatre Company together with the world-renowned Sibelius Academy of the University of The Arts (Helsinki, Finland) present Anton Chekhov’s classic play in a new version by Adrian Osmond. A play of life, love, loss, dreams, whimsy, hope - real and false - of moving and of remaining where you are.


Tom Allen: Absolutely

Tom Allen: Absolutely

The sharply dressed, well-spoken, disparagingly camp son of working class Bromley, Tom Allen is bringing his debut solo show to the Whyte & Mackay Glasgow International Comedy Festival.


Richard Herring: Oh Frig, I’m 50!

Richard Herring: Oh Frig, I’m 50!

Following on from Oh F***, I’m 40!, this is the second (and let’s face it, almost certainly penultimate) instalment in Herring’s once-a-decade examination of ageing.


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