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Alice in Weegieland – The Tron Theatre, Glasgow

man in red and black drag

Writer: Johnny McKnight Music: Ross Brown Director: Kenny Miller Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys I challenge you that nowhere else in the Pantosphere will you find songs with lyrics featuring Idi Amin, Mussolini and Robert Mugabe, than at the Tron Theatre in its irresistible festive offering, Alice In Weegieland. The Tron has always set itself apart with it’s originality and innovation. With ...

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Peter Pan – His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen

Writer: JM Barrie Adapter: Alan McHugh Director: Nick Winston Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald Someone's flying high above the roofs of Aberdeen this Christmas as Peter Pan arrives to sprinkle some magic fairy dust over the boys and girls who come to pay him a visit, in a swashbuckling adventure filled with fun for all the family. Peter, the boy who never ...

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The Slab Boys – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: John Byrne Director: David Hayman Designer: John Byrne Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys There will be few productions in Scotland this year that will be met with more anticipation than the Citizens Theatre revival of John Byrne's seminal work The Slab Boys. 37 years on from its debut at the Traverse in Edinburgh, original director David Hayman and creator John Byrne ...

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Peter Pan – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: J.M. Barrie Adaptation: Eric Potts Director: Roger Hannah Choreographer: Allan Jay Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys It's 50 years since the King's Theatre launched its first family pantomime and almost a year ago to the day since it was announced that the 50th pantoversary show would be the never-before-seen Peter Pan. A host of panto favourites and TV talent were cast: ...

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Black Watch – UEA Sportspark, Norwich

Writer: Gregory Burke Director: John Tiffany Reviewer: Glen Pearce [rating:5]   Theatre is often a fleeting experience. You become immersed in a world for a couple of hours, you may think about it for a couple of days later but rarely does a piece stay with you for months, even years after the event. The National Theatre of Scotland’s triumphant ...

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