7 02 2014

KIDNAPPED KIDNAPPED (layered)[1] copy

Adapted by Ivan Wilkinson
from the book by Robert Louis Stevenson

Tuesday 11 March, 1pm & 7pm

Approx running time: 120mins including interval

“If life were easy, where would all the adventures be…?”

An adventure tale for all the family, Kidnapped tells the story of Davie Balfour as he survives shipwreck and murder to dramatically escape to the Highlands of Scotland.

Set against the fierce social and political backdrop of 1750s Scotland, this gripping, fast paced adventure story is packed full of physical storytelling and imagination.

Adapted by emerging playwright Ivan Wilkinson Sell a Door Theatre Company launch their 2014 season with this highly imaginative re-telling of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic story perfect for young and old audiences alike.

Suitable for age 6 +

Standard £5
Family £15

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Fancy becoming the face of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games?

21 03 2013

WaveDo you know anyone who has a performance based background, who thrives on the stage, who has excellent communication skills and has a fun loving bubbly personality? Well, this is the role for them….

VLR are re-advertising the Pre-Games volunteering Clyde Mascot role on the Frontrunners website.

If anyone you know has expressed interested for being Clyde tell them to apply now!

The closing date for applications is Sunday the 24th of March so feel free to send out the link to any performers from any suitable background as soon as possible.

Clyde Needs You!

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DONNIE MUNRO

20 02 2013

Thursday 14 March, 7pmAug12 pic

Standard £17
Concession £15

Former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro who has enjoyed considerable further
success as a solo artist and writer, has recently embarked on a series of
acoustic shows where he has taken the opportunity of revisiting a wide range
of material spanning his career with Runrig and with his own Band. The
acoustic project has already resulted in major sell out shows in Denmark and
Munro plans a series of shows both at home and in Denmark towards the end of
2012 and the beginning of 2013.
For the acoustic project Munro is joined on stage by guitarist Eric Cloughley
who has worked on a series of the artists recent studio albums as engineer.
Munro said that coming at the material from an acoustic perspective has been
really exciting and just leads to a different way of looking at the songs –
everything is much more exposed and leads to a more intimate and direct
delivery and engagement with the audience. Munro is currently making plans for
a new acoustic album in the nature of a musical anthology. Munro’s ‘Heart of
America’ album was recently voted Album of the Year in the Scottish Trad
Awards and his concept album and live show ‘An Turas-the journey’ was greeted
with great critical acclaim’.

Book Online http://www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk/boxoffice
Box Office 0141 577 4956





Monday At The Movies – Doctor Zhivago

14 02 2013

Monday 11 March, 11amDr Zhivago large

Lara inspires lechery in Komarovsky (her mother’s lover who is a master at surviving whoever runs Russia) and can’t compete with passion for the revolution of the man she marries, Pasha. Her true love is Zhivago who also loves his wife. Lara is the one who inspires poetry. The story is narrated by Zhivago’s half brother Yevgraf, who has made his career in the Soviet Army. At the beginning of the film he is about to meet a young woman he believes may be the long lost daughter of Lara and Zhivago.

Book online http://www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk/boxoffice
Box Office 0141 577 4956





An Evening Of Brass At Carlibar Primary

4 02 2013

Thursday 7 February, 7pmbrass

An evening of various styles and ensembles of all age ranges playing brass music, featuring East Renfrewshire Schools Brass Ensemble, Levern Valley Community Brass and the combined forces of Barrhead and Croy Brass Bands.

Prices

Standard £5
Concession £3

Book online http://www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk/boxoffice or call box office
0141 577 4956





Breakfast At Tiffany’s

17 01 2013

Breakfast At Tiffany'sMonday At The Movies are back starting on February 11th at 11am with this 1961 classic.

Tickets only

Standard £4.50
Concession £3.50

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Synopsis

Holly Golightly (AUDREY HEPBURN) lives in a brownstone on Manhattan’s swank East Side. Totally madcap, she has a partially furnished apartment, owns a cat with no name, gets rid of the “mean reds” by visiting Tiffany’s jewelry store, and is forever misplacing her door key, much to the dismay of her upstairs neighbor Mr. Yunioshi (MICKEY ROONEY), a Japanese photographer. Holly makes her living in two ways: she receive $50 from her gentlemen escorts whenever she needs powder room money, and she is paid $100 for each weekly trip she makes to Sing Sing Prison, where she visits Sally Tomato (ALAN REED), an ex-mobster. One day Paul Varjak (GEORGE PEPPARD), a young writer who is supported by an older woman nicknamed “2E” (PATRICIA NEAL), comes into Holly’s life. Following one of Holly’s wild cocktail parties hosted by her Hollywood agent, O.J. Berman (MARTIN BALSAM), Paul unexpectedly meets Doc Golightly (BUDDY EBSEN), a gentle Texan whom Holly married when she was only 15 years old. Holly explains to Paul that the marriage was annulled long ago, and he helps her send the heartbroken Doc away. After a day on the town together, Paul realizes that he is in love with Holly and proposes to her; but she is determined to marry José (VILALLONGA), a South American millionaire. However, when it is publicly revealed that Holly has been innocently carrying narcotics ring information from Sally Tomato to his New York associates, the stuffy José abandons her. Furious at everything and everyone, Holly kicks Cat out of her taxicab into the rain and decides to leave town for Brazil, but Paul lectures her and then goes out to find Cat. Holly realizes how much she is giving up and races through the wet New York streets to a happy reunion with Paul and Cat.





Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

16 01 2013

Wednesday 23 – Saturday 26 Januarycat hot tin roof 3

Giffnock Theatre Players

CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF

Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Walter Paul

7.30pm each evening
2.30pm Saturday matinee

Big Daddy has come home from the clinic on his 65th birthday, and his children plan to tell him he is dying of cancer. Mae and Gooper have brought their entire brood in an attempt to jostle Brick and Maggie out of their share of the estate. Their marriage is childless and on-the-rocks; Brick has quit his job and taken to drinking upon the death of Skipper, a friend for whom he harboured sexual desire.

“What is the victory of a cat on a hot tin roof?—I wish I knew…
Just staying on it, I guess, as long as she can…”

This classic American play brings life and death crashing in all around it.

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Tickets £8 – £10

Book Online http://www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk/boxoffice
Box office 0141 577 4956

Tickets also available from 0141 876 1296 or email tickets-gtp@hotmail.co.uk