Panti: High Heels in Low Places Tramway, Glasgow. Photo Conor Horgan
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Panti: High Heels in Low Places

Panti Bliss, the Queen of Ireland, talks glamourous diseases, the Pantigate scandal, and back-to-boy makeovers. Wearing a red sparkly bodycon and k...
God of Carnage tron Theatre, credit John Johnston
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God of Carnage

After their son has been hit with a stick by one of his classmates, and lost two teeth in the process, Véronique (Anita Vettesse) and Michel (Colin M...
1.0

Transit

The ZENDEH theatre company uses a quote from Shakespeare’s King Lear as its slogan: ‘The weight of this sad time we must obey; Speak what we feel,...
2.0★ ★

Avoidable Climbing

Avoidable Climbing blends singing, political parable and participatory performance in an underwhelming discussion of current politics. The title parod...
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#negrophobia

#negrophobia is a searing, multimedia exploration of attitudes towards black male bodies. The production defies categorisation, blending poetry, dance...
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Guerrilla

Presented as part of the international selection of the festival Take Me Somewhere in Glasgow, Guerrilla envisions a future of increasing political un...
3.0★ ★ ★

Blow Off

A new festival dedicated to contemporary performance, Take Me Somewhere is just kicking off for the first time in Glasgow. Angry, noisy, and physical,...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

The Cause of Thunder

The Cause of Thunder is a blistering one-man Brexistential crisis full of humour and pathos. The show tells the story of Bob Cunningham (played by cel...
Black Beauty Red Bridge and Traverse Theatre
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Black Beauty

Saddle up for Black Beauty as you’ve never seen it before; the McCuddy brothers are guaranteed to whinny you over. These so-called Equestrian Illusi...