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The Ugly One

The Ugly One

At first glance, The Ugly One looks somewhat clinical. Becky Minto’s set is a mixture of white and grey blocks, the only colour coming from small fruit bowls placed on plinths on either side of the stage. There’s a conveyor belt to the rear, suggesting industry but lacking the oily dirt of machinery… 

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Them!
Them!

First, let’s get the biggest disappointment out of the way first: Them!, a joint production between the National Theatre of Scotland, writer Pamela Carter and director Stewart Laing, does not (Spoiler Alert!) feature any giant mutant ants, except in a trailer for the original 1954 film… 

It's Behind You!
It's Behind You!

Alan McHugh has played in enough pantomimes down the years to ensure It’s Behind You! reeks of authenticity, albeit the heightened theatrics of the genre… 

Tommy and the Snowbird
Tommy and the Snowbird

It’s said that actors should never work with children or animals, presumably because of their unpredictability and the extra work this requires… 

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Bev's Back: The Bodyguard Returns to London

Bev's Back: The Bodyguard Returns to London

The international hit musical The Bodyguard will return to the West End for a limited six month run with Beverley Knight playing the title role of Oscar-nominated superstar Rachel Marron. Public booking will open on 12 February 2016 for performances beginning at the Dominion Theatre on 15 July 2016 playing in this strictly limited season to 7 January 2017. 

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Glasgow: Arches LIVE festival to present self-help theme this October
Glasgow: Arches LIVE festival to present self-help theme this October

Arches LIVE, the annual festival of new performances and artwork by some of Scotland’s most exciting creative talent returns to Glasgow’s The Arches this October. 

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Bev's Back: The Bodyguard Returns to London

Bev's Back: The Bodyguard Returns to London

The international hit musical The Bodyguard will return to the West End for a limited six month run with Beverley Knight playing the title role of Oscar-nominated superstar Rachel Marron. Public booking will open on 12 February 2016 for performances beginning at the Dominion Theatre on 15 July 2016 playing in this strictly limited season to 7 January 2017. 

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Glasgow: Arches LIVE festival to present self-help theme this October
Glasgow: Arches LIVE festival to present self-help theme this October

Arches LIVE, the annual festival of new performances and artwork by some of Scotland’s most exciting creative talent returns to Glasgow’s The Arches this October. 

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We’re In This Together  (How I Kidnapped George Osborne)

We’re In This Together (How I Kidnapped George Osborne)

‘We’re In This Together’ is a newly released comic indie rock track about kidnapping George Osborne, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, by musical comedian, writer and producer Matt Tiller. Martin Walker chats to Matt about the song, but we open with a never before played track, the darkly comic ‘Consensual Stalking’. 

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Alan Goldie at the Glasgow Comedy Festival
Alan Goldie at the Glasgow Comedy Festival

Alan Goldie talks to Martin Walker about 'Suave' - Alan's brand new Glasgow Comedy Festival show.  

BMR at the Glasgow Comedy Festival
BMR at the Glasgow Comedy Festival

He's appearing at this year's Glasgow Comedy Festival, but just who are what is BMR? Martin Walker finds out. 

David Callan at the Glasgow Comedy Festival
David Callan at the Glasgow Comedy Festival

David Callan talks to Martin walker about his appearance at this years Glasgow Comedy Festival - performing a show with Iain Campbell called, IC/DC. 

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The Ugly One

The Ugly One

At first glance, The Ugly One looks somewhat clinical. Becky Minto’s set is a mixture of white and grey blocks, the only colour coming from small fruit bowls placed on plinths on either side of the stage. There’s a conveyor belt to the rear, suggesting industry but lacking the oily dirt of machinery… 

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Them!
Them!

First, let’s get the biggest disappointment out of the way first: Them!, a joint production between the National Theatre of Scotland, writer Pamela Carter and director Stewart Laing, does not (Spoiler Alert!) feature any giant mutant ants, except in a trailer for the original 1954 film… 

Time Oot
Time Oot

Time Oot is Toonspeak’s latest fun-filled musical, packed with great songs and non-stop action. Set in 1985 at a Live Aid school dance fundraiser, Time Oot shows how tensions rise between several groups of teenagers: Punks, New Romantics, Populars, and the Geeks… 

The Loch Inn
The Loch Inn

A dark comedy set in Glasgow. With a deadly virus spreading, four bar staff locked in by their high tech security system are forced to examine the actions they have taken in life and what’s important to them.