Get the wellies out, layer up and brave the outdoors; panto season is upon us!
All the highlights from this month’s Glaswegian theatrical calendar.
A musical big-hitter which tosses up a mix between regenerated stage careers and renowned TV stars.
Disappointing adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s novel. Outside of its worth as an adaptation does the show stand up as theatre? The answer is – no.
Brutal and eloquent look at the myth of the Scottish hardman from the streets to the institutionalised hell of the prison system.
If I were a rich man..yadadada…one of the most demanding of all musicals is set to play @ the King’s Theatre 15-19 Feb.
Arguably not the greatest voice in the world, but Callas’ private life and tumultuous existence, worthy of Verdi, make plays such as this an intriguing exploration of humanity and façade.
Powerful, forgotten tale in Scottish politics
Celebrating its 21st year in the West End, the unanimously acclaimed production of THE WOMAN IN BLACK embarks on its 10th major UK tour, appearing at the King’s Theatre Edinburgh from Mon 15 to Sat 20 February.
Barry Hines seminal working class novel. Lead Stefan Butler tells Ross Kinghorn about the flaws of education that are still there today. Kings Theatre (27 – 31 Oct)
The House of Bernarda Alba, twelve women and John Tiffany. An interview with Louise Ludgate about the show. Coming to the King’s Theatre 3 – 7 Nov.