Tanya Ronder’s thrilling play is an epic tale of belonging, identity and the things we pass on.
Giles Havergal's stage adaptation of Graham Greene's classic comedy of life on the road with retired bank manager and dahlia enthusiast Henry Pulling and his long-lost Aunt Augusta.
Hurtling through the highs and lows of a volatile love affair, Caryl Churchill’s Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? explores one man’s relationship with America. In a world where the private and the public, sex and politics collide, what is the cost of our dependency on the Land of Freedom and Democracy?
Susan is taller than a borrower but shorter than the average thirteen year old child.
John Shuttleworth returns to the Glasgow International Comedy Festival following appearances on ‘Celebrity Antiques Roadshow’ and the second series of Radio 4's ‘John Shuttleworth’s Lounge Music’ for his farewell tour.
King of the Edinburgh Fringe, Metro columnist and the UK's Podfather (As It Occurs to Me, Leicester Square Theatre Podcast) returns to the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, picking his favourite routines from his 12 one-man shows and cramming them into 90 minutes for your delectation