The King’s Theatre
The Bodyguard (Wed 04 – Sat 14 Mar 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £18.50-52.50)
X Factor 2008 winner, Alexandra Burke takes on the role that made Whitney Houston a silver-screen star. Burke plays Rachel Marron, a talented singer who is being plagued by a stalker, and calls in the protection of former Secret Service agent-turned-bodyguard, Frank Farmer. Includes the songs that redefined the power ballad, including, “Run To You”, “I Have Nothing” and the iconic, “I Will Always Love You”.
Crazy For You (Wed 18 – Sat 21 Mar 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £13.90-36.90)
This high energy comedy of a 30’s playboy who wants to dance includes mistaken identity, plot twists, fabulous dance numbers and classic Gershwin music. Apparently nothing to do with Madonna. Damn!
Stand Up For MND: Gordons Fight Back (Mon 23 Mar 2015 | 7.30pm | £18.90-23.90)
A gaggle of comedy stars come together to raise funds for Motor Neuron Disease in the name of 29 year old survivor, Gordon Aikman. Stars include Frankie Boyle, Gary Little, Janey Godley, Patrick Monahan and Stewart Francis.
Rambert (Thu 5 – Sat 7 Mar 2015 | 7.30pm | £7.90-40.90)
Following in the footsteps of Mamma Mia, Viva Forever and We Will Rock You, Rambert brings the swagger of The Rolling Stones to life in this sizzling celebration of the swinging 60s where snake-hipped men and sassy women perform virtuoso courtship dances to some of The Stones’ biggest hits!
The King’s Speech (Mon 16 – Sat 21 Mar 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £11.90-48.90)
Jason Donovan dazzles in the only Royal tale that the British public unanimously love. 1936 saw King Edward VIII abdicate his throne over his love for American divorcee, Wallace Simpson; Bertie, his brother, is shoved into a spotlight he would rather shy away from. With the support of his loyal wife, Elizabeth (the future Queen Mother) and unorthodox, Australian speech therapist, Lionel Logue (played by Donovan), Bertie must overcome his speech impediment and address his people in what would become one of history’s most inspiring speeches.
Sinderellla 2 (Wed 11 – Sat 21 Mar 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £16-20)
Following the success of Sinderella, the lovable parody is back with a vengeance. Cindy’s dress is transformed to a mini in this sexy re-imagining of the old fairy tale, starring Celebrity Big Brother Winner, Jim Davidson.
The Chuckle Brothers (Sun 22 Mar 2015 | 2pm | £14)
The Ant & Dec before Ant & Dec are coming to Glasgow in a goofy remake of The Wizard of Oz. Packed with family-friendly laugh-out-loud comedy.
We’ll Meet Again (Wed 25 Mar 2015 | 2pm | £12.50)
To celebrate 70 years since the end of WWII, Dougie Chapman is coming to The Pavillion with impressions of the great wartime comedians.
Beatlemania (Fri 27 Mar 2015 | 7.30pm | £15-17)
This Beatles-obsessed production recreates the legendary live performances of The Beatles from their ‘moptop’ roots, through the psychedelia of Sgt. Pepper then on to the final years of Abbey Road and Let It Be.
The Dolly Parton Story (Sun 28 Mar 2015 | 7.30pm | £15.50-17.50)
The Queen of Country’s story is told through the lyrics of her career and the vocals of Andrea Pattison in this musical memoir.
The Citizen’s Theatre
As part of Glasgow’s International Comedy Festival 2015, The Citizen’s Theatre will play host to stand up comedy from the likes of John Shuttleworth, Simon Amstell, Susan Calman, Mark Steel and Des Clarke. Full details of line-up including performance dates and ticket prices are available on The Citizen’s Theatre website.
Rum & Vodka (Thu 5 – Sat 7 Mar 2015 | 8pm | £8.50-12)
This one man, Irish, tragi-comedy follows a young man’s reckless rampage around Dublin; exasperated with his mundane existence, he embarks on a path of self-destruction in an unorthodox quest for redemption.
The Tron Theatre
As part of Glasgow’s International Comedy Festival 2015, The Tron Theatre are hosting performance from Nina Conti, Anna Morris, Morgan & West and Matt Winning. Full details of line-up including performance dates and times and ticket prices can be found on The Tron Theatre website.
Man In The Moon (Thu 05 – Sat 07 Mar 2015 | 7.45pm | £14-16)
As part of the Football Colours Allowed production, Man In The Moon is the hilarious rollercoaster story about one man’s resolve to overcome everything that life has to throw at him.
Love 2.0 (Tue 10 – Sat 14 Mar 2015 | 8pm | £10)
A hilarious new comedy about modern dating, and how social media is messing it up for everyone.
And The Beat Goes On (Tue 24 – Sat 28 Mar 2015 | 7.45pm | £8-16)
The music of Sonny & Cher is the backdrop of the story of couple, Peter and Lily who are trying to recreate the sequin-inspired magic of the famous couple, but some deep, dark truths are about to burst their bubblegum pop . . .