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Review: 'Not Now' - A Play, A Pie and A Pint

Written by David Ireland and directed by Becky Hope Palmer

'Distanced' Kibble shows at Bard in the Botanics

Company aware some people are still anxious about Covid

Review: 'The Infernal Serpent' - Play, Pie, and Pint

Written by Dave Gerow and directed by Beth Morton

Interview: Jemima Levick's life of pie

Artistic director celebrates first year at legendary theatre

Bard In The Botanics announces its 2022 season

Performances return to the Kibble Palace after two-year gap

Review: 'Mr Moonlight' - Play, Pie, Pint. Òran Mór

Written by Kim Millar and directed by April Chamberlain

National Theatre of Scotland's 'Orphans' opens in Glasgow

A soundtrack of the brand-new musical is also available

Review: 'Daniel Getting Married' - Play, Pie, Pint. Òran Mór

Written by JD Stewart and directed by Kenny Miller

Review: 'Man's Best Friend' - Play, Pie, Pint. Òran Mór

Written by Douglas Maxwell and directed by Jemima Levick

Review: “Milkshake” - A Play, A Pie, And A Pint. Òran Mór

Written by Rob Drummond and directed by Finn Den Hertog

Crazy Horses! The Osmonds come to town

The show opens this week and runs until Saturday

New season and new home for youth theatre

The first session in the new block is this Sunday January 23.

'We are looking at what can be done, not what can’t be done' - Brendon McIlroy

The plan is for a programme of tutored-sessions in theatre, drama, and creative skills to run from the end of May and over the summer

'Gaun Yersel' … how Jackie turned illness into a bucket full of laughs for Websters

The lecturer and former actor returns to the stage after she drew up a bucket list following a serious illness.

Affordable community pantomime is just the ticket for West End kids … oh, yes it is!

The production promises plenty of fun and drama in the intimate setting of Maryhill Community Halls.

Coming soon: Green Door Theatre present rarely-performed Assassins at Websters

Alasdair Gray helps theatre producer gran with Oran Mor play for cancer mum Claire

Money from Double Trouble will go towards the Cure Claire's Cancer campaign.

Better the Devilry … magician to explore our darker thoughts at Websters Theatre

Magician Ryan K. Davidson returns to the stage at Websters Theatre in Glasgow this October with his new one-man show Devilry.

From Knightswood to The Theatre Royal, watch Scotland's top young dancers live

This year the performances are themed on 'space' with pieces based on night skies, the moon, the Northern lights.

WATCH VIDEO: West End Festival 2018 set to be a 'monster' hit with all the family

The West End Festival 2018 is set to begin as actors undergoing final rehearsals in the Botanic Gardens stage a monster launch under sunny skies.

Websters Theatre to welcome the 'unique and electrifying' Budapest Café Orchestra

Popular and acclaimed four-piece jazz/folk band Budapest Café Orchestra to play Glasgow's Websters Theatre as part of a 25-show Scottish tour.

Gary: Tank Commander to provide panto firepower in SEC's Jack & The Beanstalk

The production will once again feature 3D technology and stunning special effects created especially for the world’s biggest pantomime producer, Qdos Entertainment.

Stars turn out at West End gala dinner to raise £70,000 for Citizens Theatre rebuild

The exciting £19.5 million project will involve work to repair, conserve and transform the much-loved theatre in the Gorbals.

VIDEO: 'The good news for us is Websters Theatre is reopen now in time for panto'

The venue was forced to close in the summer when storms dislodged masonry from its spire.

Websters Theatre to reopen within weeks for shows but bistro to stay shut for now

To coincide with news of the opening, the theatre has issued a full autumn programme of shows.

Websters Theatre forced to close after rain dislodges stone in church steeple

A converted church theatre in the West End has been forced to close after bad weather loosened masonry in its steeple making the building unsafe.

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