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Theatre Royal Glasgow

A playwright and poet who employed the rich, muscular vernacular of his native Scotland to often vivid effect, Donald Campbell, who has died aged...

A fusion of old and new is on the menu at this first celebratory presentation of Scottish Ballet’s 50th anniversary, which is touring throughout...

Scottish Opera’s fine production of Katya Kabanova – directed by Stephen Lawless, vividly conducted by Stuart Stratford, and performed in the original Czech –...

Since Alexandra Burke last starred as trapped superstar Rachel Marron in The Bodyguard, she has reached the finals of Strictly and featured in three...

It’s a dog’s life, isn’t it? Tabard often thinks it would be nice to only have to worry about where your next meal is...

There's a whole lot of love in Scottish Opera's revival of its 2010 production of The Marriage of Figaro, directed by Thomas Allen. Traditional without being old-fashioned,...

There are moments of brilliance in Michael Emans' erratic and infuriatingly meandering new production of Michael Frayn's Cold War play, Democracy, about spy Gunter Guillaume, who spent four years working...

Scottish Opera renews its partnership with the venerable D’Oyly Carte Opera Company for this new production of the most popular work in the entire...

Glasgow City Council will make cuts of £208,000 to its cultural budget, reducing support for the two theatres it currently funds. The Theatre Royal will...
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