A madman’s diary of political and mental instability.
An imaginative tale about the life and work of Molière, as equally hilarious as his own plays.
In a lonely world, two unlikely men share the American Dream.
Whether you’re a fan or a first timer, this is an otherworldly performance that does not disappoint.
From wild and witty to erotically charged, two beautifully contrasted performances by the versatile performers of Scottish Dance Theatre.
Economical, minimalist opera that manages to overwhelm with its inner force.
An extraordinary audiovisual journey into the streets of Paris and through the life and work of the iconic French star Edith Piaf.
Familiar trio Sott, Stewart and Gray return to the Kings Theatre in their best frocks and best performances yet.
Attune Theatre’s play of life and death comes to Sloan’s Bar as part of Wee Theaters Glasgow’s unique monthly event.
Havers and Jarvis star in this refreshing take on Wilde’s timeless play.
Stephen Sharkey has taken on the ambitious challenge of adapting F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel for the stage.
Site-specific specialists Grid Iron serve fourteen delicious courses of love, envy and loss.
The mix of poetry, music and ideas stimulates intellectual nourishment and leaves you a little more politically engaged.
All the 90s pop hits crammed into 50 minutes of speed dating, gyrating and the religion of Cosmo.
Self-deprecating comedy duo that make for a relentless hour of fun.
A quirky adaptation that’s reminiscent of teenage years.
A unique brand of folk music that lifts the spirits and makes one feel at home.
A witty but painful exploration of mental health and three women’s everyday survival.
A politically engaged musical and theatrical parable that pushes its boundaries with the use of opera.
A fusion of neo-classical ballet, Cuban dance and a funky electronic soundtrack.
An office party performance about the invisible Phillip, who no longer wants to be Phillip.
A political and personal performance in two languages: signed and spoken.
A sixty minute love letter for the fans of Breaking Bad.
Annie Ryan’s adaptation of a harrowing story that needs to be told, but may not be easy to hear.