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Soundhouse takes up residency in the Traverse Bar this season, with weekly Monday night performances from some of the biggest names in music. Get you overview here.
The annual Imaginate Festival returns and is now open for booking. The largest performing arts festival for children and young people in the UK, this year's festival runs 11 - 17 May 2015 and brings with it shows from all over the world.
The popular A Play, A Pie and A Pint series returns to the Traverse Theatre this Spring with five new plays to enjoy.
In a modest home on the outskirts of Kiev, Katya and Oksana are busy preparing a funeral meal for their beloved Sasha - a husband, a stepfather, an Army colonel. He was all these things until he dropped stone cold dead on the bathroom floor. But Sasha isn’t going without
Join us in the relaxed atmosphere of the Traverse Bar Café this season for some exceptional musical offerings, every Monday night.
Award-winning comedian Susan Calman is currently on her first UK tour. If you’ve seen her before, Lady Like will be a reassuring couple of hours spent with the woman her neighbours call ‘the mad cat lady’.
Hacktivists is a dark comedy that explores the delicate balance between freedom of information and invasion of privacy.
Written and directed by a ‘theatrical maverick’ (Sunday Times), David Leddy's Long Live The Little Knife is a dynamic, absurd and uplifting theatre piece about forgery, castration and blind drunkenness.
1980. Wimbledon. Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe face each other across the net: the self-controlled champion and the impassioned upstart. An epic rivalry comes to a head. A six-year-old boy watches and learns.
Join us in the relaxed atmosphere of the Traverse Bar Café this season for some exceptional musical offerings, every Monday night. This week we present the Graeme Stephen Trio.
Three generations of the same family soak up the last of the sun’s rays in their back garden, beers in hand. But underlying tensions are soon brought to boiling point in this rich poetic drama.
Featuring a cast of actors and musicians of over twenty, Lung Ha's Theatre Company and Drake Music Scotland bring to life Morna Pearson’s dramatic re-working of the classic story, by Robert Louis Stevenson.
It’s 1982 and Croy is deserted. Everyone has gone to see the Pope in Bellahouston Park, apart from two local lads who are out to cause some trouble.
Son of the legendary UK singer-songwriter Roy Harper, Nick is currently showcasing his 2014 release Nix, an old-fashioned acoustic snapshot of two weeks in the studio with one microphone and one guitar.
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