Tristan & Yseult Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
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Tristan and Yseult

In the neon-lit Club of the Unloved, the ‘Love-Spotters’ dream of their membership expiry, and of the day they’ll finally be allowed in
Travels_with_My_Aunt_Credit Pete Le May
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Travels with My Aunt

Never assume your morality to be above anyone else’s: Travels with My Aunt invites its audience to sit back and enjoy the slow unravelling of its prot...
Hay Fever. Photo Mihaela Bodlovic
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Hay Fever

Dominic Hill’s production of Noël Coward’s Hay Fever is a playful if traditional take on the well-loved 1924 comedy of manners.
My Country; a work in progress. National Theatre (Photographer: Sarah Lee)
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My Country: a work in progress

After a debut in London, this week is the first in the nationwide tour of My Country: a Work in Progress, which was put into words by Poet Laureate Ca...
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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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Cuttin’ a Rug

After bringing The Slab Boys back to the stage in 2015, the Citizens launches a new production of Cuttin’ a Rug, the middle part of John Byrne’s trilo...
The Winter’s Tale A Cheek and Jowl Production Photo Johan Persson
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The Winter’s Tale

If you come to The Winter’s Tale expecting to see a comedy, the first three acts may give you the impression that you have been severely misled. King ...
Hansel and Gretel Citizens Theatre, Glasgow Photo Tim Morozzo
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Hansel and Gretel

This production is a visual and sensory extravaganza that blends the dreamlike and the carnivalesque, throwing in acrobats and musicians with live-han...
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Mrs Malaprop (Julie Legrand) is looking for a suitable husband for her niece, Lydia Languish (Lucy Briggs-Owen). But when a rich and handsome suitor, ...