The King’s Theatre

Barnum

Tue 31 Mar – Sat 4 Apr 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £12-57.50

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Comedian Brian Conley stars in this exuberant musical comedy about the dreams of Phineas T Barnum, America’s Greatest Showman.

Dance ‘Til Dawn

Tue 07 – Sat 11 Apr 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £12.90-53.90

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Does exactly what it says on the tin. Strictly Come Dancing duo, Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace star in this 1940’s love story filled with passion and saucy music.

Sister Act

Tue 14 – Sat 18 Apr 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £14.40-43.90

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Made famous by the Whoopi Goldberg movie; a disco star and murder witness is put into protective custody in a convent and proves that you can love your God and still bust some moves!

Anything Goes

Tue 21 – Sat 25 Apr 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £15.90-45.90

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In this brand new production, Cole Porter’s classic musical comedy about a lovesick stowaway returns.

Shrek The Musical

Wed 29 – Thu 30 Apr 2015 | 2.30/7pm | £15-54.90

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It’s finally here! The unorthodox fairytale of a grumpy, but loveable ogre (made famous by Mike Myers) who has to rescue a fairy princess with the help of his “noble steed” is live in Glasgow, all-singing, all-dancing!

Theatre Royal

Jenufa

Tue 7 – Sat 11 Apr 2015 | 7.15pm | £11-77

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Scottish Opera presents the story of Jenufa: a woman hidden away to give birth to her illegitimate child which leads to a gruesome secret being unearthed.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong

Tue 14 – Sat 18 Apr 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £11.90-42.90

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A vibrant and colourful twist on the classic tale by J.M Barrie about the boy who never grew up that we all know and love. As the title suggests, anything can go wrong, and will.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

Wed 15 – Sat 18 Apr 2015 | 10.30am/1.30pm | £13.90-28.90

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Who doesn’t remember the story of a vicious jungle cat who just wanted a cup o’ tea and a chat? Now he’s come to the stage with magic, sing-a-longs and a few extra cupcakes.

The Woman In Black

Mon 20 – Sat 25 Apr 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £11.90-39.40

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Following the huge success of the film starring Daniel Radcliffe, this combination of the intensity of live theatre and cinematic effects sends a chill down the spine of even the bravest of you.

Mystical Madness

Sun 26 Apr 2015 | 6.30pm | £15.85-31.85

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A joyful performance that includes dance and magic in the setting of a toy store. If Footloose happened in Toys R Us . . 

The Pavilion

Singin’ I’m No A Billy, He’s A Tim

Thu 2 – Sat 4 Apr 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £17.50-20

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What happens when you lock up a Celtic fan with a Rangers fan on Old Firm day?

Grease

Wed 8 – Sat 11 Apr 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £13-20

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It’ll give you chills. They’ll be multiplyin’. And you’ll lose all control of your vocal chords as you sing-along to the most successful musical of all time! 

Caitlin Live: How To Build A Girl 2

Mon 13 Apr 2015 | 7.30pm | £25

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Comedienne, Caitlin Moran will be talking about men, women, Sherlock, David Bowie, big hair, feminism, welfare, and that heavy-metal kid on Gogglebox who never says a word. Plus, a free book!

52 Shades of Maggie

Wed 15 Apr – Sat 2 May 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £25

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The silver screen version may have left a lot to be desired, but Maggie Muff more than makes up for the disappointment in this hysterical follow-up to 51 Shades Of Maggie. Join Maggie and her half-wit pal, Sally Ann as they plan a birthday party with hilarious results! 

The Citizen’s Theatre

Fever Dream: Southside

Thu 23 Apr – Sat 9 May 2015 | 7.30pm | 50p-£20.50

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A heat wave bears down on the residents of Govanhill, driving them off the streets. Tensions run high and fantasy and reality become blurred in this gripping drama of people fighting to reclaim their neighbourhood.

Lippy

Wed 8 – Sat 11 Apr 2015 | 7.30pm | £8-15

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Fourteen years ago, four women made an extraordinary decision. They decided to die.

The Absence of War

Tue 31 Mar – Sat 4 Apr 2015 | 7.30pm | £8.50-20.50

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Headlong, Rose Theatre Kingston and Sheffield Theatres present a vigorous new production of David Hare’s funny, stinging political drama during the build up to the 2015 General Election.

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