The King’s Theatre
Hairspray (Tue 3rd – Sat 7th Feb 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £10-35)
The musical famed for putting John Travolta in a dress (cough, cough) returns with a bang of colour, clapping and a double dose of camp to Glasgow.
Return To The Forbidden Planet (Mon 9th – Sat 14th Feb 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £12.90-38.90)
Rock meets Shakespeare in this futuristic version of The Tempest. This cult classic is packed with Great Balls Of Fire, Young Girl and robots. Am I talking songs or literally? There’s only one way to find out!
The Sound Of Music (Mon 16th – Sat 28th Feb 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £16-56.90)
The hills are alive with . . . the classic story that was rivalled only by Mary Poppins. Nun-turned-nanny, Maria maintains innocence and romance in the midst of WWII while searching for her true purpose in life. Altogether now! Doe, a deer, a female deer . . .
To Kill A Mockingbird (Tue 3rd – Sat 7th Feb 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £9.40-47.40)
A re-imagined production of Harper Lee’s classic takes its audience on a skippy, innocent journey through the dark prejudices of modern society.
Scottish Opera’s Orfeo ed Euridice (Thu 19th, Sun 22nd, Wed 25th, & Sat 28th Feb 2015 | 4/7.15pm | £11-77)
Only fitting for an opera to be based on a Greek tragedy; a grieving man sets out on a mission to save his lover from Hades.
The Real Hoosewives – Fae Glesga! (Mon 2nd – Sat 14th Feb 2015 |2/7.30pm | £15-18)
Following in the footsteps of wives in Beverly Hills, NYC and, of course, The Desperate, Glasgow’s finest ladies unite for a bitch-fest that will knock them all from the face of the Earth!
The Citizen’s Theatre
The Slab Boys (Thu 12th Feb – Sat 14th Mar 2015 | 2/7.30pm | 50p – £20.50 (50p tickets on sale Sat 7th Feb, 10am)
The man behind Robbie Coltrane’s debut in Tutti Frutti and Gerry Rafferty’s iconic album artwork is back in town with an old favourite. A young pair in Paisley dream of being artists, but are bogged down by their factory job. Loaded with depth and wit.
Long Live The Little Knife (Tue 24th – 28th Feb 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £12/£8.50)
Two small-time con artists’ mission to prove that you can become the greatest, with absolutely no talent whatsoever. A bizarre story of forgery, lies and inebriation.
Kam-Ri Dance Theatre: The Typist (Thu 12th – Sat 14th Feb 2015 | 7.30pm | £12/£10)
History through dance. Political and social commentary . . . about Spain. That’s right! That means salsa! Well, technically flamenco.
Sam Rowe: Denton & Me (Tue 24th – Wed 25th Feb 2015 | 7.30pm | £6/£4)
As part of LGBT History Month, two generations come together in this woven tale of woe intermixed with humour.
The Platform Theatre
Contractions (Tue 10th – Thu 11th Feb 2015 | 7.30pm)
Emma’s been seeing Darren. She thinks she’s in love. Her boss thinks she’s in breach of contract. The situation needs to be resolved . . .
Freak (Tue 10th – Thu 11th Feb 2015 | 7.30pm)
A cringe-worthy, blush-inducing look into the sex lives of two women. Enough to relate to and remember that one night that you’d rather not!