The King’s Theatre
Wed 7 – Sun 11 Sep 2016 | Various times | £20-39
From the great mind that’s half responsible for “Little Britain”, David Walliams brings us the coolest Grandma in the West. Bored Benny preps for a night babysitting his granny, only to discover she has a secret side . . .
Tue 13 – Sat 17 Sep 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £15-65
Memories! Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic stage musical sees a tribe of cats decide which of them will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and gain a new life.
Mon 19 – Sat 24 Sep 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £15-64
Who knew murder was so fun? Roxie Hart proves, with a Chicago jury, it’s all about the razzle dazzle when she vyes for the public’s heart against Velma Kelly and hires Billy Flint to get her off!
Priscilla : Queen Of The Desert
Tue 27 Sep – Sat 1 Oct | 2.30/7.30pm | £21-43
Priscilla dances her way through the desert in search of love and friendship on an old battered bus.
Wed 14 Sep – Sat 8 Oct 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £12-23
Irvine Welsh’s gritty novel returns to its original format when Renton, Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie show what happens when you don’t CHOOSE LIFE, you choose something else . . .
Celtic The Musical
Wed 7 – Sat 17th September 2016 | 2pm/7.30pm | £15-£22.50
Featuring the songs that have rung round Celtic Park over the years Celtic The Musical tells the amazing story of this legendary club and the greatest fans in the world.
You’ve Got A Friend
Thur 22nd September 2016 | 7.30pm | £19.50
Telling the delicate story of friendship, this musical journey intertwines all the hits including ‘I Feel The Earth Move’, ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’, ‘How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)’, ‘Fire & Rain’, ‘You Make Me Feel (Like A Natural Woman)’ and the beautiful, ‘You’ve Got A Friend’.
Tue 6 – Sat 10 Sep 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £17-£30
West Wing or House Of Cards meets Shakespeare, “Democracy” follows a newly elected Chancellor, whose own party are working against him, with a possible spy in the ladder.
Mon 12 – Sat 17 Sep | 2.30/7.30pm | £17-42
The longest running show in history features a group trapped by the snow in a country house, with a murderer amongst them, but who?!
The Tron Theatre
Fri 2 Sep 2016 | 6.30pm | Pay what you decide
A father-daughter relationship is exposed on the Iran Air Flight 655 that was shot down by the US Navy in 1988. Their estranged relationship is mended through sharing their stories of the war that sent them down different paths.
Thu 8 – Sat 10 Sep | 8.30pm | £7.50
150 years since Alice left Wonderland, she returns to lead a rebellion against The Queen Of Hearts but her right hand men are both driven mad by the war: the loyal March Hare and The Mad Hatter.
Sun 11 Sep | 2pm | £7.50
A good mixtape is story told with songs from a single heart. This production pushes that a step further, accumulating writers and musicians to express their collective stories.
A Gambler’s Guide to Dying
Wed 14 – Sat 17 Sep | 8pm | £10
After winning a fortune on the 1966 World Cup, a man is diagnosed with cancer and bets it all on making it to the millennium. His story explores what is worth living for and what’s worth dying for.
A Steady Rain
Fri 16 – Sat 24 Sep | 7.45pm | £8-16
Mad Men and House Of Cards writer comes to Glasgow with a buddy cop relationship pushed to the limit. The best friendship is rocked when a domestic disturbance takes a bad turn.