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INTERVIEW: Scottish Favourite Juliet Cadzow is back in Pantoland

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An instantly recognisable face to many from TV hits such as Scotch and Wry, Dr Who, Still Game or as Balamory’s bus driver Edie McCredie, Juliet Cadzow returns to pantomime at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre as wicked queen Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty. She sat down with The Reviews Hub’s Fraser MacDonald to talk Stanley Baxter, River City and what else she ...

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

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Writers: Eric Potts Choreographer: Ian West Director: Eric Potts Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald The Kings pantomime is a Glasgow institution. However, this year, the classic tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs fails to live up to the high standards the theatre is renowned for. The main issue lies in Eric Potts’ script. Cultural references are dated and unfunny; mentions ...

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INTERVIEW: Scottish comedian Des Clarke talks panto

One of Scotland’s best-loved comedians, Des Clarke has amassed a loyal following for both his stand-up gigs and as a radio presenter, waking up the nation each morning with theCapital Radio Breakfast Show. An established newspaper columnist and TV presenter, he has interviewed some of the showbiz world’s biggest names including Rihanna, Robbie Williams, Britney Spears, One Direction and Katy ...

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NEWS: Scottish comedy star Gregor Fisher to star in this year’s King’s Theatre panto

The King’s Theatre Glasgow and First Family Entertainmenthave today announced thatGregor Fisherwill lead a cast of Scottish comedy favourites inSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs.The Rab C. Nesbitt star adds another string to his vest in the rôle of Hector the Henchman alongsideDes Clarkeas Muddles andJuliet Cadzowas the Wicked Queen.Eric Pottswill direct the festive fairytale adventure at the King’s Theatre ...

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God Bless Liz Lochhead – The Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh

Writer and Director: Martin McCardie Reviewer: Glenys Mclaren [Rating:3.5] God Bless Liz Lochhead uses the play within a play as a medium for exposing the difficult plight of Scottish actors owing to the lack of rôles. Hence the title, as they are all extremely grateful to Liz for writing a broad Scot’s version of Moliere’s Tartuffe. However, you don’t need ...

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