Discover

Get closer to the work on stage through workshops, pre and post show discussions, films, photos and resources.

VIDEOS

See trailers, interviews & documentaries on our Discover playlist

PHOTOS

Browse photos of our theatre and productions on Flickr

 

VIRTUAL TOURS

Explore the main auditorium from 3 angles, our 2 studio spaces, 3 rehearsal rooms and the foyer in our virtual tours

 

ONLINE STORE

Scripts and vintage Artwork from the Archive, including posters and merchandise available in our online store.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Online booklets about our shows or the history of the theatre.

 

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Spring/Summer events 2014

OFF THE PAGE
Afternoon play-reading sessions aimed at the young at heart and mature in years. This season reading Glasgow Girls and other material by David Greig. Scripts, tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

MISS JULIE

POST SHOW TALK - FREE!
Tue 11 Feb
Discussion and Q&A with cast and director Dominic Hill
MISS JULIE: AN AFTERNOON WITH STRINDBERG
Sat 15 Feb, 12:15pm (Followed by show at 2.30pm)
Director Dominic Hill in conversation with writer Zinnie Harris and academic Peter Graves.
Tickets £10 (including light buffet and refreshments, NOT including a ticket to the show, please purchase separately)
Book through Box Office (0141 429 0022)
INSIDE THE REHEARSAL ROOM
Aimed at Higher and Advanced Higher Drama Students
This practical preshow workshop will give pupils a great insight into the making of Miss Julie. Led by Assistant Director, the session will explore the creative impulses behind this production. Pupils will work on key scenes, take part in acting exercises used in the rehearsal room, and hear about the impact of the whole creative and technical team in realising the directors' vision. With lots of opportunities to ask questions, this session guarantees to deepen your pupils understanding of Miss Julie. Inside the Rehearsal Room will support writing about 'a play seen in production' for Higher and Advanced Higher Drama.
Supported by Creative & Cultural Skills Scotland

• Workshop runs 5-6:30pm, followed by performance at 7:30pm
• 12 Feb / 13 Feb
• FREE - To book, contact Louise Brown: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), 0141 418 6273

Glasgow Girls

POST SHOW TALK - FREE!
Tue 4 Mar
Discussion and Audience Q&A with cast and director Cora Bissett.

Refugee Boy

POST SHOW TALK - FREE!
Wed 12 Mar
Discussion with director Gail MacIntyre, cast members, representatives of Scottish Refugee Council, Bridging the Gap, and the Ethiopian and Eritrean communities in Scotland. Chaired by Joyce McMillan, Scotsman theatre critic and columnist.

The Libertine

POST SHOW TALK - FREE!
Tue 13 May
Discussion and Audience Q&A with cast and director Dominic Hill.
THE LIBERTINE: AN AFTERNOON WITH A LIBERTINE
Sat 17 May, 12:15pm (Followed by show at 2.30pm)
Director Dominic Hill in conversation with Senior History Lecturer Don Spaeth.
Tickets £10 (including light buffet and refreshments, NOT including a ticket to the show, please purchase separately)
Book through Box Office (0141 429 0022)

Historical BACKSTAGE TOURS

A guided tour around our historic and iconic theatre. Explore backstage areas including our wardrobe store, Victorian paint frame and understage areas and hear about the vibrant history to our Gorbals home. Lasts 1hr. Only 20 places, so book early!

INTERACT ONLINE

We love engaging with audiences. Here are some examples of ways to interact and projects you have helped us create through creative writing, video and photos.


RESOURCES
Download production-related educational packs here.


ACCESS

We offer Audio Described, Signed (BSL) and Captioned performances. See Access page for current season listings of individual show pages. Audio described and large print copies of the brochure are available by advance request. Please ask Box Office to be added to our mailing list. Touch Tours are available on request.