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The Wizard of Never Woz – Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

Director: Iain Gordon Writer: Iain Gordon Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald Joining Dorothy and her pals as they adventure through the magical land of Never Woz, The Wizard of Never Woz offers a distinctly Scottish twist on the classic tale. The Wizard of Never Woz may be the Glasgow Pavilion’s best panto offering in recent years. Packed with audience participation, bright lights ...

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Summer of 69 – Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: Charlie Marx Director: Iain Gordon Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald Set in a Glasgow schoolhouse, as the class of ’69 prepare to hang up their blazers and wave goodbye to their teachers, Summer of 69 is a narrative-light, surprisingly raunchy comedy that sometimes rides a little too close to the bone but cannot fail to have its audience singing along with ...

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Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

Leah McRae and Tyler Collins in Santa Claus is Coming To Town Glasgow Pavilion

Writer: Iain Gordon Director: Iain Gordon Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald   The Pavilion Theatre brings the magic of Christmas to Scotland’s Theatre of Variety with its panto offering; Santa Claus Is Coming To Town. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town followsa group of unlikely heroes on a quest to find their fairy friend who has been captured by evil duo Hank ...

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Sinderella 2: Another Scottish Romp! – Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: Jim Davidson Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald The sequel to Jim Davidson’s Sinderella: A Scottish Romp hits the stage of Glasgow’s Pavilion Theatre for a strictly limited run this March - and it certainly does not disappoint! Filled with laughs, songs, audience participation and a coating of filth that only Davidson himself could get away with, it is certainly not for ...

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The Real Hoosewives Fae Glesga – Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: Stuart Thomas Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald The Real Housewives Fae Glesga flies into the Pavilion Theatre in Glasgow again: a revival production of a sold out run last season and this fortnight run for 2015 proves why the show has been so popular with Glasgow audiences. The plot for this production is overall completely negligible. Although a hilarious script is ...

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