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|12 Nov 2021||For Freedom Space with Rivers Workshop||James Arnott Theatre, University of Glasgow|
|24 Oct 2021||Longform Improv Comedy Jam for Women and Non Binary People||The Old Hairdresser's, Glasgow|
|18 Oct 2021||Creative Conversations Alasdair C Whyte (in person tickets)||University Chapel, Glasgow|
|27 Nov 2021||Sorry For Your Loss - Glasgow||The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall|
|11 Nov 2021||Dead Men Walking Oran Mor Glasgow||Òran Mór, Glasgow|
|28 Nov 2021||Little Simz Live in Glasgow||O2 Academy Glasgow|
Glasgow has a thriving theatre scene with a wide variety within theatre from formats of films, plays, musicals, dinner theatre to genres from comedy, thriller and more. Glasgow hosts around 4 annual film festivals. Glasgow Film Festival is among leading UK film festivals featuring new local and international films from all genres; mainstream, art-house experimentation; well-loved classics, cult and also includes filmmaker guest appearances and interactive workshops. Glasgow Short Film Festival, Glasgow Music and Film Festival, Havana Glasgow Film Festival, Glasgow Youth Film and World of Film: International Festival Glasgow are among other Film Festivals in Glasgow. Glasgow also hosts Interactive Dinner Theatre, an evening with food, beverages, and a stage play or musical together.
If you are looking for a little theatrical to go with the music, check out what the musical theatres Glasgow has in store for you. Glasgow Music Theatre, a group of amateur artists create independent productions with a fresh cast and production team assembled from scratch with auditions for each show and train on the go. Some of their well-received performances include On the Town and Sweeney Todd at Eastwood Theatre; and Guys and Dolls at Brian Cox Studio. The King's Theatre and the Theatre Royal, two of Scotland's leading live entertainment venues are names synonymous with Glasgow Theatre. Kings theatre is known to showcase the best theatrical shows, plays, and musicals in Glasgow like Caroline King, Bat out of Hell and Elf. It is home to possibly the very best Christmas pantomime which over the years has featured top Scottish artists including Stanley Baxter, Jimmy Logan, Elaine C Smith and Gerard Kelly. The King's Theatre provides Glasgow's talented amateur artists with a big break on the big platform and continues to showcase the best musicals and pantomime alongside a wider range of drama, dance, and comedy. Upcoming musicals and shows include Singalonga, My Fair lady, Menopause, Ghost, Romeo & Juliet, Annie, Benidorm Live and Avenue Q. Theatre royal is the oldest Theatre in Glasgow and it continues to deliver unlimited entertainment for all ages through a wide variety of drama, dance, comedy, opera, musical and children’s theatre. Pavilion Theatre is a variety theatre showcasing entertainment in all forms including music, comedy and more. With classic plays like The Magical Adventures of Cinderella, smash hit comedies like The Witches Fae Easterhoose and the high in demand Celtic Musical, Pavilion Theatre is a crowd favorite. Upcoming musicals and plays in Glasgow are The Dark Carnival at Tramway, Movies to Musicals Concert at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and Blood upon the Rose at Scottish Event Campus.
For theatre and drama classes, Glasgow offers you some of the finest institutions. UK Theatre School Performing Arts Academy conducts regular workshops and auditions for plays and musicals for people fond of acting and singing. It is an independent performing arts academy that bridges the gap between drama clubs and performing art schools. Glasgow Academy of Musical Theatre Arts (GAMTA) is home to world-class musical theatre training in Scotland. GAMTA offers a range of intensive courses in musical theatre and fosters innovation by continuously creating fresh musical theatre works, from inception, to fully staged and produced musicals all by their in-house talented creative team of composers, orchestrators, writers, directors, choreographers and producers, giving the students the creative freedom and space to create a role, and the experience of having brainstorming and sharing input into a creative process. Whatever you choose, musicals or a Thriller play, Glasgow is all set to entertain you with the in-house talent and variety theatres!