The King’s Theatre


Thurs 8th Dec 2016 – Sun 8th Jan 2017 | Various times | £12-37

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How does one find true love? For some, it’s via Tinder, while others meet their significant other while learning took, or dance, or knit! For this Prince, he found his “sole-mate” with a glass slipper . . . Boasting an all-star cast including Gregor Fisher, Tony Roper, Des Clarke, Gillian Ford and Gary Lamont, The King’s Theatre presents The Godmother of all pantos this festive season . . . Yes, we shall go to the ball

Theatre Royal

Trailer Park Boys

Sat 10th Dec 2016 | 8pm | £31-60

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Three different viewpoints of the festive season clash in this comedy show, including the kind-natured religious nut, the money-grabbing capitalist and the relentless manhunt for Santa.

The Commitments

Mon 12th – Fri 30th Dec 2016 | 2.30/7.30pm | £22-54

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Alan Parker’s fantastically feel-good celebration of soul comes to Glasgow this Christmas. Follow Jimmy Rabbitte in his bid to launch Dublin’s hardest working band to the soul-star stratosphere with more than a few scrapes along the way . . .

Tron Theatre

The Snaw Queen

Tue 29th Nov 2016 – Sat 7th Jan 2017 | Various times | £10-19

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Move over, Frozen. It’s time for Baltic! The evil Snaw Queen has a devious plan to destroy Christmas through a smashed magic mirror, and it’s up to you to stop her!

Citizens Theatre

Simon’s Magical Christmas Socks

Thu 8th – Sat 31st Dec 2016 | Various times | £8

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To convince the little ‘uns to keep warm during the frosty months, there’s Simon, who is given magic socks that help him when he discovers Santa’s in a bit of a pickle.

Hansel & Gretel

Tue 6th Dec 2016 – Sat 7th Jan 2017 | Various times | £14-18.50 plus child rates

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And for the little ‘uns (and big ‘uns) who eat anything on sight over the holidays, there’s the story of Hansel and Gretel, who find a house made of sweeties but hiding a witch inside . . . 

Pavilion Theatre

Elfie’s Magical Adventure

Thu 24th Nov 2016 – Sun 15th Jan 2017 | Various times | £21.50

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The Pavilion’s SuperBowl is panto time, and they’ve got a doozey! Expect slapstick comedy, sing-alongs, and someone who’s behind you!