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Tron Theatre

Low Pay? Don’t Pay! is a 2010 translation of Dario Fo’s post-banking crisis update of his 1974 Marxist satire Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay!. Today, its...

My Left/Right Foot – the Musical leads the nominations for this year's Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland with six nods. Seventeen different productions are...

In the hermetically sealed environment of a Los Angeles beach house, an experiment unfolds from 1981 until more or less the present day. A...

The Half God of Rainfall – Kiln Theatre, London The new play by Inua Ellams, writer of the majestic Barber Shop Chronicles, is about a young...

While Scottish panto legend Johnny McKnight, who writes the pantomimes for both the Macrobert in Stirling and the Tron in Glasgow, usually conforms to...

In bringing Enda Walsh’s high-profile 2014 piece of Irish absurdist drama to the Tron stage, artistic director Andy Arnold has lent the appropriate weight...

Isobel McArthur's adaptation of the classic Jane Austen match-making tale is a merry dance: it’s a shimmy; a krump, a twerk,with skirts raised high....

Martin McCormick's latest play is a scabrous meditation on domesticity. Charlotte Lane's set, which looks like the contents of a junk shop vomited onto...

There are echoes of Jack Thorne's TV work throughout his 2011 play. Bunny is reminiscent of both Skins and This is England, tough like...
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