How To Make A Killing In Bollywood

6 02 2014

NLP_BollywoodImg6Saturday 1 March, 7.30pm

Early Bird Offer:Book by 15 February

The Regal Theatre Bathgate presents a Brand New Comedy about two best friends who decide to quit their jobs in a fast food restaurant and head to Bollywood in search of fame and fortune.

Just how far are the boys willing to go to realise their dreams?

This show features some hilarious riffs of racial stereotyping as well as a fantastic soundtrack and a production punctuated throughout with infectious, pulsating injections of Bollywood dance moves.

Everything you need to Make A Killing In Bollywood

Suitable for age 14+

Standard £13
Concession £11
Student £9

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Johnny Cash

5 02 2014

CARMICHAEL HALL                             Guitar gun

Saturday 22 February, 7.30pm
Approx Running Time: 90mins

Early Bird Offer:
Book by 8 Feb & receive 10% discount

Jericho Hill plays the songs of Johnny Cash, in the style of Johnny Cash, with the attitude of Johnny Cash

Formed in 2009, Jericho Hill have been delighting audiences all
around Scotland with their infectious brand of Johnny Cash.

This year the band played at Wickerman, Belladrum and Rebellion festivals, where hits like Walk the Line, Folsom Prison Blues and Boy Named Sue went down a

Always featuring a lively June Carter and an energetic stage show, Jericho Hill are guaranteed to get your toes tapping, your hips shaking and your face grinning.

Standard £13                                
Concession £11
Student £9



5 02 2014

Theatre ProductionsMozart (14 of 22)

Thursday 20 February, 7.30pm

Approx running time: 120mins

From the Producers of A Viennese Strauss Gala, this sumptuous fully costumed show immerses us in the wonderful music and the classical baroque world of one of the world’s greatest romantic composers—- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

With beautiful settings, costumes and lighting, and of course candles, the European Baroque Ensemble and Singers transport you back to the sumptuous past, performing some of the most memorable pieces of Mozart’s magical music.

An Evening of classical music and song, which includes excerpts from Mozart’s Operas such as: The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, Cosi fan Tutte, Don Giovanni and many more beautifully sung moments from his world famous operas.

An Evening of Mozart Masterpieces!

Standard:  £17
Concession: £15 


Swan Lake

5 02 2014

Ballet WestSwan lake


Friday 14 February, 7.30pm

Approx Running Time 135mins

Using Tchaikovsky’s stirring score and a moving adaptation of the original choreography, the dancers of Ballet West will tell the story of the love of a young man for the cursed Odette, who is destined to spend her life as a swan, unless true love can release her from the spell of the evil Von Rothbart.

Ballet West is a ballet company that uses professional dancers with students about to begin their careers. Over recent years, the company has developed a significant reputation in producing very high quality, classical ballet, which has developed loyal audiences in venues throughout Scotland. This production is expected to tour China in the spring, following successful Chinese tours of “The Nutcracker and “Romeo and Juliet” in recent years.

Standard £13
Concession £11
Student £9

Book online:
Box Office: 0141 577 4956

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!

Shakespeare CPD Sessions

8 03 2013

Community Drama at Eastwood Park Theatre are holding a new FREE CPD course called The Shakespeare Sessions. Over five sessions, we will share, explore, experiment with and perform texts by Shakespeare.

These sessions aim to:

• Equip participants to effectively and innovatively engage learners with texts by Shakespeare
• Raise awareness of arts organisations and local resources that will support and enhance the learning experience
• Increase participants’ repertoire of teaching techniques for the Drama curriculum (we will be focusing on texts by Shakespeare but the learning can be used during Literacy/Language lessons and applied to others areas of the Expressive Arts curriculum)
• Boost participants confidence in tackling texts by Shakespeare through increasing their knowledge base through practical exploration
• Ensure participants have engaged in continuing professional development which improves learners’ achievements and attainments
• Enabled participants to share their practice and have adopted leading-edge practice to ensure creativity and innovation in their teaching
• Refresh and develop the expertise of participants when teaching texts by Shakespeare
• Given participants the opportunity to apply their learning in unfamiliar situations

To summarise, we want you to come along and share what you do when teaching texts by Shakespeare that you find to be successful and try out loads of new techniques, ideas, exercises and methods. The sessions culminate in an (optional) performance at East Renfrewshire’s World Book Night event.

The Shakespeare Sessions are aimed at:

• P6 or P7 teachers (or any other Primary teacher with an interest)
• Secondary Drama teachers
• Secondary English teachers
• Arts Professionals
• Those who feel nervous about teaching this area or are just starting their journey with Shakespeare
• Those with loads of experience, looking to refresh their practice, get some new ideas and share their expertise

The programme runs as follows:

Thursday 14th March 4-6pm Eastwood Park Theatre Session 1
Getting to know you, drawing up our KWFL grid (!), sharing current techniques, methods and exercises

Thursday 21st March 4-6pm Eastwood Park Theatre Session 2
Creative Conversation with Colin Bradie, CEO of Promote Youth Theatre and Shakespeare specialist

Thursday 28th March 4-6pm Eastwood Park Theatre Session 3
Practical exploration of methods to increase depth of learning

Thursday 18th April 4-6pm Eastwood Park Theatre Session 4
Focus on rehearsing and performing

Tuesday 23rd April 7pm (time TBC)Clarkston Library
Scratch performance as part of World Book Night

Places can be booked by emailing or telephoning 0141 577 4863.


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
Box Office 0141 577 4956