The King’s Theatre
Frankie Boyle – Hurt Like You’ve Never Been Loved
Thu 3 – Sat 5 Sep 2015 | 8pm | £23.90
Controversial (to say the least) comedian, Frankie Boyle is back with a new tour in a new time with plenty of new people to poke fun at. You really want to miss a comedy show that will definitely end up on the news?
The Simon & Garfunkel Story
Sat 12 Sep 2015 | 7.30pm | £21.90
A celebration of the duo that brought you classic tracks, “Mrs. Robinson” and “The Sound Of Silence” created with original film footage and photos, and of course, the music.
The Johnny Cash Roadshow
Wed 20 Sep 2015 | 7.30pm | £22.90-37.90
In a tribute rivalling Joaquin Phoenix’s, The Man In Black comes back to life with Clive John’s scarily accurate renditions of all the hits that made Cash a legend.
All My Sons
Tue 1 – Sat 5 Sep 2015 | 1/2.30/7.30pm | £11.90-28.40
Featuring faces from TV’s Emmerdale and Gary Tank Commander, Arthur Miller’s classic WWII play comes to Glasgow. A WII vet’s family deals with his disappearance by planting a tree, but a storm sets in motion a series of dangerous events that start with the tree getting blown down.
Sat 12 – Sun 13 Sep 2015 | 11.30am/2.30pm | £15.40-30.40
In a manner following “The Lion King” and “War Horse”, “Jurassic Park” comes to the stage. The audience is encouraged to interact with the prehistoric creatures as they learn of the gnashing teeth or the leather wings.
Scottish Ballet: Elsa Canasta And Motion of Displacement
Thu 24 – Sat 26 Sep 2015 | 7.30pm | £14-24
Two performances for the price of one. Shattering the image of the pink tutu, “Elsa Canasta” is a modern rendition of Cole Porter’s music; “dark, funny and sexy”. “Motion Of Displacement” on the other hand, is choreographer Bryan Arias’ mother’s story in her pursuit of love told through music and dance.
The Ladyboys of Bangkok
Sun 6 Sep 2015 | 7.30pm | £21
They’re back and they’re bringing laughter, fun and dancing. For the record-breaking 17th time “The Ladyboys Of Bangkok” are back taking raunchy to a whole new level.
Billy & Tim And The Wee Glesga Ghost
Wed 23 – Sat 26 Sep 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £17.50-20
The sequel to Des Dillon’s hilarious “Singin’ I’m No A Billy, He’s A Tim”. God gives a dying Glasgow Ned the chance to live; all he has to do is convince a bigot to give up sectarianism before the end of an Old Firm clash!
The Citizen’s Theatre
Thu 24 Sep 2015 | 7.30pm | £10
Based on Maxim Gorky’s story, “MakarChudra”, this Russian play asks what it would take to kill an artist, and what the effect of suppression really results in.
Fri 25 Sep 2015 | 7pm | £10
“Alice In Wonderland” has a whole new twist. Created by The Civilian Theatre’s Progression 2015, and joined by deaf and hearing artists and audience to “show that language is no barrier when creating theatre”.
Tue 1 Sep 2015 | 7.45pm | £10-14
Leo DiCaprio asked, “What is the most resilient parasite?”, as does “Going Viral”. Covering disease, ideas, gossip and panic, The Fringe First Award Winner 2015 explores the idea of virus in every aspect imaginable.
My Name Is . . .
Thu 3 – Sat 5 Sep 2015 | 7pm | £10-16
Telling the story that hit Glasgow headlines in 2006. When Pakistani teenager Gaby disappeared from her Scottish home, it was quickly assumed that her father had kidnapped her. However, it quickly transpires that Gaby fled on her own terms, turning her back on her family and home in The West.