The King’s Theatre

Jesus Christ Superstar

Tue 6 – Sat 10 Oct 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £23.65-49.15

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The famed Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is coming back to Glasgow to spread “the good word” and hopefully wine . . . No?

Sunset Boulevard

Tue 20 – Sat 24 Oct 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £10-33

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“Fatal Attraction” comes to LA in this tangled romantic horror surrounding a struggling Hollywood scriptwriter. Based on the 50’s Gloria Swanson movie, the story is revamped for the opera stage.

Legally Blonde : The Musical

Tue 27 – Sat 31 Oct 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £11.90-34.90

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Elle Woods puts on her dancing shoes to go with that pink power suit. What could possibly make that interrogation based on perm technicalities better? Singing it, of course! The chick flick that made Reese Witherspoon a star gets a makeover fit for theatre!

Theatre Royal

Carmen

Wed 7 – Sat 17 Oct 2015 | 4/7.15pm | £11.50-77.50

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A hot-blooded tale of seduction and obsession is shown through fiery opera and dance.

The Sunday Series

Sun 18 Oct 2015 | 4pm | £15-27.50

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A series of concerts complete with full orchestra and a variety of guest singers, promises “drama, emotion, romance and, most importantly, stunning music”.

And Then There Were None

Mon 19 – Sat 24 Oct 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £11.90-38.15

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The murder mystery horror novel returns to the stage in anticipation of The Agatha Christie Theatre Company’s 10 year anniversary.

Westcoast

Sun 25 Oct 2015 | 7.30pm | £27.90

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The Beach Boys follow in the footsteps of ABBA and The Proclaimers with this sunny musical built around the music that made them famous.

The Smallest Show On Earth

Mon 26 – Sat 31 Oct 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £17.90-43.90

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The guy that drove Corrie’s Gail Platt off a bridge (remember him?!) brings you this musical comedy about a newly-wed couple working to rebuild a crumbling theatre.

The Pavilion

My Wee Fat Glesga Wedding

Wed 7 – Sat 17 Oct 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £15-20

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What could have made “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” better? A few bottles of Bucky and the Glesga banter, methinks! The hysterical follow-up to “The Real Hoosewives Fae Glesga” is a guaranteed good-time, giggle-a-long!

The Citizen’s Theatre

Dragon

Thu 1 – Sat 10 Oct 2015 | 1.30/2/7pm | £12.50-20.50

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The puppetry idea of “War Horse” takes a mystical route as dragons take to stage to tell a story with no words – a story as old as your own first pet.

Lot And His God

Sat 3 – Sat 10 Oct 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £14

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The Old Testament takes to the stage in a retelling of the tale of Lot, his wife and the fall of Sodom. Howard Barker’s telling tears the ancient story apart.

Striptease & Out at Sea

Sat 17 – Sat 24 Oct 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £14

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A double whammy of odd story-telling. “Striptease” features a disembodied menace forcing two men to strip followed by “Out At Sea”, which follows three men trying to logically decide who gets to eat who.

The Choir

Sat 24 Oct – Sat 14 Nov 2015 | 1.45/2.30/7.30pm | 50p – £20.50

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A gritty version of “Glee” comes to Glasgow when a group of strangers come together to sing through their troubles.

Tron Theatre

Ghosts

Wed 7 – Sat 24 Oct 2015 | 7.45pm | £8

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A rich philanthropist is rocked when her son shows up, his memory and past threatening to rock her charity empire.

There’s No Point Crying Over Spilt Milk

Wed 14 – Sat 17 Oct 2015 | 8pm | £10

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A performance duo attempt to capture their past and wander through the concept of memory and trauma.

Broth

Wed 21 – Thu 22 Oct 2015 | 2/8pm | £10

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21st Century Scottish Grandma’s get a voice in this play about the rituals and revelations of this age amongst the older generation.

My Friend Selma

Fri 23 – Sat 24 Oct 2015 | 3/8pm | £10

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The true story of a refugee from Bosnia, and how she met her best friend on the bus escaping war and into the safety of the future.

Once Upon A Time

Fri 30 – Sat 31 Oct 2015 | 7.45pm | £16

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A few OAPs prove they’re not useless yet as they flip and twirl on the stage describing ageing and the passing of time.

 

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