The King’s Theatre


Mon 2 – Sat 7 Nov 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £12-32

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All is not what it seems in Manderley . . . Daphne du Maurier’s timeless tale comes to the stage. Following the death of his wife, Maxim de Winter returns to Manderley with his new bride who is surrounded by memories of the glamorous Rebecca and sets out to uncover the secrets of her new home . . .

An Evening With Noel Fielding

Sun 15 Nov 2015 | 7.30pm | £29-45

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What to do now “Nevermind The Buzzcocks” will no longer grace our screens? Fall into depression? Probably. Luckily, we have comedian Noel Fielding out on the road to bring the laughs and ease our pain.

Back To Bacharach

Tue 17 Nov 2015 | 7.30pm | £23-25

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A journey through music, narration and project imagery celebrating the works of legendary songwriter, Burt Bacharah and lyricist, Hal David who together, shaped the path of modern music as we know it.

Ministry of Science Live

Wed 18 Nov 2015 | 11am/6.30pm | £18

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Remember how boring photosynthesis was? Remember how great “Art Attack” was? Wouldn’t it be great to have an explosive performance mix of the two? Here you have it!

Miracle On 34th Street

Thu 19 – Sat 21 Nov 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £22-34

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A Christmas classic comes to the stage in the form of this magical tale of a little girl and the power of belief; ideal to get you in the mood for the festive season and bring out the child in you.

Theatre Royal

An Inspector Calls

Tue 3 – Sat 7 Nov 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £12-35

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“Cluedo” comes to life in this multi-award winning production of J.B Priestley’s classic thriller. A peaceful dinner party at the luxurious Birling family home is shattered by the arrival of Inspector Goole who is on the trail of the killer of a young woman . . . Startling revelation shake the foundations of the lives and force the audience to face their own conscience.

An Evening of Burlesque

Thu 12 Nov 2015 | 8pm | £28-43

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Sparkle, sass and pzazz are the order of the day at this feast of energetic dance and music. Bring your feather boas and practise the can-can, and don’t ever say going to the theatre is boring again.

Matthew Bournes “Sleeping Beauty”

Tue 17 – Sat 21 Nov 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £15-46

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The classic tale of a cursed Princess and 100 years of slumber comes to life in ballet form this month, complete with Tchaikovsky’s hauntingly beautiful score which dazzled even in the Disney version.

The Importance of Being Earnest

Tue 24 – Sat 28 Nov 2015 | 2.30/7.30pm | £12-41

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Oscar Wilde’s witty masterpiece lampoons the hypocrisies of Victorian society; bachelors, John “Dependable” Worthing J.P and Algernon “snotty playboy” Moncrieff create new identities in order to win over Cecily Cardew and Gwendolyn Fairfax. Cue hilarious misadventures and some of the finest dialogue found in theatre.

The Pavilion

All Star 60’s

Wed 4 Nov 2015 | 7.30pm | £28-30

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Like Tutti Frutti come true, the Scottish stars of the 60’s come home for a reunion with the best of their hippy tracks in this groovy trip back in time.

The King & I

Wed 11 – Sat 14 Nov 2015 | 2/7.30pm | £15-21

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One of the greatest musicals of all time tells heart-warming tale of a British Governess brought to the court of The King Of Siam to tutor his many children, set to backdrop of Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein’s beautiful score.

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

Wed 25 Nov 2015 – Sun 17 Jan 2016 | Various times | £19-23

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Every year there’s a panto you just have to see, and Glasgow’s pantomimes are ones that don’t fizzle out. “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” boasts festive cheer, ALL your favourite Crimbo songs and Santa Claus!

The Citizen’s Theatre


Tue 3 – Sat 7 Nov 2015 |2.30/7.30pm | £9-14

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Rising playwright, Sam Holcroft’s response to Checkov’s “Uncle Vanya”.“Vanya” takes inspiration from the themes of unrequited love and social hierarchy that made the original so famous.

An Evening with Elaine C Smith

Sun 8 Nov 2015 | 7.30pm | £20

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She may be best known as “Mary Doll”, the better half to Rab C Nesbitt but Elaine C Smith’s extensive resume as an actress, comedian and campaigner means she’ll have plenty to “gab” to punters about amid some music.


Sat 28 Nov 2015 – Sun 3 Jan 2016 | Various times | £7-14

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A unique twist on the classic tale! Poor Rapunzel! Her hair is out of control; it’s going to take a lot more than Frizz-Ease to sort this mess out, and a lot more than her overbearing mother to keep her locked away from their garden . . .

Tron Theatre

Mrs Barbour’s Daughters

Wed 4 – Sat 7 Nov 2015 | 7.45pm | £10-16

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In 1915, Mary Barbour led 20,000 women in Glasgow’s Rent Strikes. Mary Barbour’s Army fought against evictions from their homes with bundles of washing, cooking pots and wooden spoons. They won. 100 years on, an old woman sits in a sinking Govan tenement, battling her memories and reaching for an idea of a time which put all of us first. “Mrs Barbour’s Daughters” charts a family history of sisterhood and betrayal interwoven in a social history of women’s resistance incorporating worker, protest and popular songs from the last 100 years.

Sleeping Betty

Fri 27 Nov 2015 – Sun 3 Jan 2016 | Various times | £9-18

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If ballet’s not your bag, The Tron have an alternative option; a spoilt teenager throws a birthday party and “forgets” to invite a certain “evil fairy” who is determined to ruin her birthday and her chances with Handsome Dan, the fanciest dancer in all the land.

The Comfy Sofa Band

Sun 29 Nov 2015 | 2pm | £8

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Escape the demanding kids and their ever-growing “wish-list”, the too-slow for Buchanan St shoppers, the 50th play of “Jingle Bells” today and come and see The Comfy Sofa Band for some soothing jazz and free glass of Whiskey. I think you deserve it.