The King’s Theatre
9 To 5 (Tue 8 Mar – Sat 12 Mar 2016 | Various times | £15-48)
Embrace the joys of the job with this fun-filled musical, based on a book by Patricia Resnick. Set in the 1970s, the plot centres around three gal pals who, when pushed to the limit by their sexixt, egotistical, lying, bigot boss, devise a plan to get even!
Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Tue 29 – Thu 02 Apr 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £13-60)
Based on the smash-hit movie, this fresh and funny hit musical comes to Glasgow this month with West End Theatre and boyband star, Duncan James as Tick. “Priscilla” is the uplifting adventure of three friends who aboard a battered, old bus in search of love and friendship, and wind up with more than they could ever have dreamed of . . .
UNCLES (Wed 16 Mar 2016 | 7.30pm | £22-24)
Burnistoun creators Iain Connell and Robert Florence present a brand new comedy. Life can be confusing, life can be hard. Sometimes, the only thing to do is to sit down listen to the men with ALL the answers; your UNCLES!
Grado Live : It’s Masel (Thu 17 – Fri 18 Mar 2016 | 7.30pm | £23-26)
A hilarious night of trash talking and and tell-it-all tales! Man of the moment, Grado (River City, Insane Fight Club) takes you through his life from his home-town of Stevenson to the bright lights of superstardom.
Goodnight Mister Tom (Tue 8 – Sat 12 Mar 2016 | Various Times | £15-31)
Set against a WWII backdrop, “Goodnight, Mister Tom” follows young William Beech, who is evacuated to the idyllic English countryside and forges an unlikely friendship with elderly recluse, Tom Oakley. All is perfect until William is summoned by his mother back to London . . . Based on the book by Michelle Magorian.
Canned Laughter (Tue 15 – Sat 19 Mar 2016 | 2.30pm/7.30pm | £16-37)
It’s the 1970s and funnymen Alec, Angus and Rory are one of Scotland’s top comedy acts, hitting the big time as the top billing at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal. With a TV show also in the pipeline, the trio are riding high and nothing is going to stop them! Fast forward to today and the three find themselves together again for the first time in decades; what happened to break them up? Will they be able to put the past behind them? And, do they still care who gets the biggest laugh?!
We’ll Meet Again (Mon 21 Mar 2016 | 2pm | £15)
Clocking up an outstanding 15th year on the road, “We’ll Meet Again” is an afternoon show of a recollection of the days when music was music.
Get Carter (Tue 8 – Sat 12 Mar 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £13-23)
A dark and stylish new adaptation of the classic Newcastle-noir thriller. Jack Carter is back in his home-town for the first time in years; back to bury his brother who hated him, pay off debts and settle some old scores. Meanwhile, Jack’s bosses back in London find out he’s had his fingers in the till, and it becomes a matter of “Get Carter”, before he gets you . . .
Warrior (Thu 10 – Sat 12 Mar 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £10)
16 year old, Evan lives in a different world; he can ignore unwanted attention and shut off the hard reality of high school. However, when that world is threatened, he reacts hastily with drastic consequences . . . “Warrior” details the time between Evan’s arrest for leaving anti-Catholic comments online to the day of his trial.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Tue 29 Mar – Sat 2 Apr 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £10-23)
The Royal Shakespeare Company bring one of Shakespeare’s most famous tales to the Glasgow stage.