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Based in Glasgow, Lauren's site www.glasgowtheatreblog.com was voted number one theatre blog in the Cision Media Rankings in the New Year. Lauren is also the Scottish Editor of The Public Reviews, wrote the column Postcard from Glasgow for One Stop Arts and writes regularly for TV Bomb. She is also one of #Team14 the official Commonwealth Games bloggers commenting on arts and events.


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The Rat Pack - Live

The Rat Pack - Live

See Frank, Sammy and Dean's world-famous recordings brought to life on stage in this sophisticated evening of razor-sharp wit and silky-smooth swing. Backed by the sassy, scorching Berelli Sisters, with 12-piece jazz orchestra, this talented cast take a trip back to glamorous Las Vegas, when the Rat Continue Reading

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Bright Lights

Bright Lights

Tomorrow Léonie escapes office drudgery to become an international vocal artist. Today she tells a comic, touching story of things never working out how you planned. 'Léonie can sing, act, and write good comedy' (BroadwayBaby.com). www.leoniekate.com Continue Reading

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Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland

This new adaptation will immerse you in the dark and vibrant world of Lewis Carroll's imagination. Think you're all grown up? We're all mad here. It's time to leap down the rabbit hole. Continue Reading

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Innocence

Innocence

A unique playroom performance, Innocence by Fleur Darkin, invites 0-7 year olds to explore William Blake’s imagination alongside our captivating dancers. Join us on a magical theatrical journey of song, dance, play and live music. www.madeinscotlandshowcase.com Continue Reading

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Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

Shakespearean comedy, all but a knife-edge from tragedy, full of entertaining and witty banter, with an elaborate masked ball. This young company excels at making Shakespeare accessible and enjoyable for everyone. www.skybluetheatre.com Continue Reading

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Much a Shoo Be Doo About Nothing

Much a Shoo Be Doo About Nothing

Come swinging into 1950s mafia-ridden Sicily with Shakespeare's best-loved comedy. Employing dance, dark deeds, romance and Italian-inspired songs - that's amoré! 'Entertaining and energetic' (ThePublicReviews.com). 'Very talented' (BroadwayBaby.com). www.courageperformers.com. Continue Reading

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The  Three Lions

The Three Lions

William Gaminara's new comedy reveals what really went on between David Cameron, David Beckham and Prince William in a Swiss hotel room, the night before England's bid to host the 2018 Fifa World Cup. Continue Reading