Drama is listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Dance is listed after drama for each city. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication.

Drama 8. dance listings compiled by Kelly Apter.


WA 2 Wlteelchair Access: I’ : Parking facilities: W(‘ = Adapted Toilet(s). TICKETLINK

Tickets for major Venues iii (ilasgow are a\ai|able from the Ticket Centre. (‘andleriggs .\lon Sat l().30am (i.3()pin; Stiii noon 5pm in person or until 9pm by phone on 0l4l 2S7 551 l. Any Ticketlink box office can sell tickets for other


'l”l' indicates Venues w here 'I'heatre Tokens can be exchanged for tickets. Tokens can be bought from the Ticket ('entre. (‘andleriggs. (ilasgow. ()l4l 2S7 59H); most branches of Wll. Smith. John .\leii/ies aiid James Thin Booksellers: or by credit card from 'I'okenline. ()l7l 240 SS00.

Glasgow Drama


253 Argyle Street. ()90l ()22 0300. [W(‘. WAI

Will you Love me When I’m Dead? Thti 3 ()ct. 5pm. Free. A farcical look at loye in this work iii progress inspired by Hitchcock‘s .\Iiss Lonely lleart (Rt'UI' Him/(ml. Closer Wed 9 Sat l2 ()ct. 7.30pm. £7 (£5 ). Theatre Fusion brings l’atrick .\larbei”s 1997 West liiid hit to the Scottish stage. (’entring on the relationship dilemmas of four characters. .\larber's drama is brutally frank in its questioning of conteiitporary' relationships.


350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. |W(’. WAI

Jimmy Wed lo & Thu 17 ()ct. Spin. £S (£6). Award-winniiig French ('anadian actress .\larie Brassard. best known as a close collaborator with Quebecois director Robert l.epage. presents a solo play abotit loye. desire and the pleasure of the creatiye process. I’url (if-Sit Stages.


|l9 (iorbals Street. 4290022. ll’. ll. T'T. W(‘. WA]

The Derry Boat t'niil Sat 5 ()ct. 7.30pm. £ l0 (£3). A funny and moving play about four generations of migration between Ireland and Scotland.

Gagarin Way l'ntil Sat 5 ()ct. 7.30pm. £10 (£5). (iregory Burke‘s smash hit of the 2001 lidinburgh Fringe returns. This story of a political kidnapping that goes horribly wrong pt'oy‘ides both humour and tension from the outset. Not to be missed. Copenhagen Tue S Sat 12 ()ct. 7.30pm. £10 (£3). The first Scottish production of Michael l-‘ray‘n’s play set against the backdrop of WW II as two eminent scientists deyelop the atomic bomb. See prey‘iew'.

On our Way to Lisbon Tue S Sat l2 ()ct. 7.30pm. £10 (£3). lsosceles presents Patrick l’rior's play. which tells the story of how iii I967. (llasgow (‘eltic became the first British team to win the litiropean (‘up oyer Inter Milan.


93 95 llyndland Street. 0S70 ()(i00l00. Ill. W('. WA]

A Grand Night for Singing Sat 5 ()ct. 7.30pm. £S. Songs from the popular musicals performed by dab hand productions.


9 l'niyersity Ayenue. 330 5522.

Thick as a Brick Fri 4 ()ct. Spin. £(i (£4). John (iodber's unerring tale of what

it's actually like to be a young person (or the parent of one).

Little Shop of Horrors Thu I0 & Fri 1 I ()ct. 7.30pm. £(i (£5). The Operating Theatre Company celebrates the opening of the Medical School Building with this tongue-in-cheek musical.


297 Bath Street. 2S7 55] l. Ill. W('. WA] The Odd Couple t'ntil Sat 5 ()ct. 7.30pm (Wed & Sat mat 2.30pm).

£5 £lS.50. (ierard Kelly and Andy Gray take on the roles immortalised on celluloid by Walter Matthau and Jack Lenimon. in .\'ei| Simon’s comedy.

Oh! What a Night Mon 7 Sat l2 Oct. 730me Fri is Sat 5.30pm ck S.45pm. £7.50 £22.50. Prepare to raise the roof with this retro compilation of 70s classics. including ’The lltistle’. ‘(’ar Wash'. lost In .\tiisic' and the great disco classic 'Y.\l(':\‘.

The Rocky Horror Show .\lon

14 Sat l9 ()ct. 7.30pm: Fri 6; Sat (ipm & S.45pni. £7.50 £24.50. The biggest. baddest rock ‘n‘ roll musical ey er celebrates its 30th birthday with a production starring Scottish comedian Rhona ('ameron (fresh from her Ili'l/i.’ I‘m (1 celebrity". (;('1 me ()ul (if/lei? experience) alongside Robbie Williams’ fiber-mate and wannabe pop idol. Jonathan Wilkes.


.\'ew Street. SS7 I010. Ill. W(‘. WA] Factory Girls Thu 3 Sat 5 ()ct. 7.30pm. £3 £7 (£3 £3.50). The iiiipressiye 7:S4 company presents Frank .\lc(}uinness' award-winning play set in a Donegal shirt factory during the 70s as fiy e women face the threat of redtmdancy. See preyiew.

The Man who Committed Thought Tue S ()ct. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). l’atrice \aiatnbana‘s flyc- character play explores the troubled heart of the African continent.

The Birdcatcher Thu to Oct. See Kids listings.

Pied Piper and Other Puppet

Stories Sai )2 ()ct. See Kids listings.

The Ugly Duckling Tue I5 ()ct. See Kids listings.

Do Try This at Home! Thu (7 ()ct. See Kids listings.


l2l Rentield Street. 332 lS4(i. ll’. W(’. WA]

Mrs Brown’s Last Wedding Mon 7 Sat l2 ()ct. 7.30pm. £ll £l5. Dublin Mammy. .\lrs Brown. aka Brendan ()‘(‘arroll returns to her old stamping ground with more tales and insights into tlte fairer sex.


9S Ingram Street. 552 34S9. ll’. W(‘. WA. WA Al

Stand Up! l'iitil Sat 5 ()ct. Spin. £S (£4). Real-life (ilasgow -based comedian ('harlie Ross takes the lead in Ian Btitchart's play about tip-and-coming comedian Ronnie I.ee. When Lee is stuck in the gig from hell in .\'ew castle. he's forced to throw away his old routine and take a new look at his life and relationships.

Macbeth Thu l7 Sat 26 ()ct. 7.30pm. £5 £S (£2.50 £4). Set in a post- indtistrialised. drug-ridden estate. Shakespeare's poetry is played otit against a backdrop of gaiig war iii this production by Strathclyde 'I'heatre (irotip.


25 Albert l)ri\e. 0S45 330350]. ll’. T'T. W('. WAI

The Odyssey in Glasgow Thu

17 Sat l9 ()ct. Spin. £9 (£5). Stalker Teatro takes the audience on a journey through 'l‘raiiiway 's performance spaces to e\perience this classic story first-hand. With narration in Italian and linglish. eyery one becomes the journeying l'lysses in this promenade performance.


()3 'l’rongate. 552 42(i7.

Possible Worlds Thu to Sat 20 ()ct (not Sun/Mon). Spin. £S £ll (£5 £0). Aw ard-winning writer John .\Iighton



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