Shang-a-Lang – 2-for-1 ticket offer!

19 09 2014

Friday 19 September

Rapture Theatre
written by Catherine Johnson directed by Michael Emans

Fresh from its sell-out 2013 tour, Shang A Lang returns to venues across Scotland, showcasing its wickedly funny script, hilariously talented cast and fantastic soundtrack. Written by Catherine Johnson (writer of the smash hit Mamma Mia) and directed by Rapture’s Artistic Director Michael Emans this production is an all-round great night out experience.

Take a step back in time to the days of the Bay City Rollers, with loud fashions and laugh-out-loud adult humour.

Shang-a-Lang follows three flighty, forty-something, Scottish women on their way to a 70s revival weekend in Butlins, where they eagerly await to see their heroes, the Rollers, perform once again. They were all Rollerettes back in the day and decide it is time to recapture their youth, chase their unfulfilled dreams and have a ball while they do it.

Lauren tries to stay sober, Jackie tries to stay married and Pauline continues to search for her_DSC3927 Woody.

Shang-a-Lang is the perfect girls’ night out laced with shocking laughs, warm tears and a fabulous
soundtrack – a cross between a Scottish Shirley Valentine and Shameless.

Please note: Shang a Lang is a dramatic play, not a musical. Also as part of the production’s
comedic style, the show contains very strong language, scenes of a sexual nature and nudity.

“Barnstorming”  The Scotsman
“Did the audience like it? They loved it!”  The Public Reviews


  • Standard  £13
  • Concession £11
  • Stud_DSC3303ent £9

Book online or call

0141 577 4956


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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Arthur: the Story of a King

7 09 2011

Sun 11 September, 4pm
Mon 12 September, 10.30am


The legend returns!

Only 3 more days until the fantastic Wee Stories arrive at Eastwood Park Theatre with their brilliant new show “Arthur, The Story of a King”

This new production brings Wee Stories’ unique storytelling style and acclaimed sense of humour to the legendary tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table.  


So, travel back in time to the Dark Ages (called that not because it was dark, but because it’s a time we don’t know much about) and join three (almost) grown men armed only with several boxes of cornflakes as they set out on a quest to discover the real Arthur, the man behind the mask. 

Suitable for ages 6+

Standard      £7
Concession   £5


“Not since Monty Python has King Arthur been this much fun. Absolutely top class theatre, whatever age you are.” The Sunday Herald

A roaring success and a breathtaking triumphThe Scotsman


WINNER Theatrical Management Association (TMA) Award for
 ‘Best Show for Children and Young People’

WINNER Critics’ Award for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) Award for
‘Best Show for Children and Young People’


This Wednesday– Six Black Candles

17 05 2011

All the ingredients needed for an astonishingly entertaining night at the theatre: Six Black Candles, one affronted Maw, two gallons of vodka, one crazy old Irish Granny, a pile of burning boxer shorts, barrels of bickering, a hitman, a pentangle and a frozen head in the fridge.

(Oh, and maybe one adulterous husband and an unsuspecting Catholic Priest.)

The praise for Goldfish Theatre’s astounding production of Des Dillon’s Six Black Candles just keeps on coming, as critics and audiences alike are won over by this riotous black comedy, straight from the pen of one of Scotland’s most popular writers.

But don’t just take our word for it!

Edinburgh News *****

The Stage *****

Irish Post *****

The Guardian ****

Sunday Herald ****

Selling out in venues across the country, book your tickets NOW on 0141 577 4970 for Six Black Candles to be sure you don’t miss out on one of this years’ most critically acclaimed productions!

Recommended age 14+ (contains strong language)

Wednesday 18 May | 7.30pm
Standard £12
Concession £10
Student £8

Preview: Six Black Candles

15 04 2011

Witchcraft + eight women on stage from River City and Still Game + highly popular novel from Scottish writer Des Dillon= mesmerising black comedy Six Black Candles.

But don’t just take our word for it!

Edinburgh News *****

The Stage *****

Irish Post *****

The Guardian ****

Sunday Herald ****

Wednesday 18 May | 7.30pm
Standard £12
Concession £10
Student £8

Smalltown review

14 03 2011

For anyone who experienced the riotous hilarity of Random Accomplice’s Smalltown here at EPT last week, the Young PromotERs review is now up in Previews/Reviews page.

“…For a riotous, hilarity-inducing night out, Smalltown would be hard to beat. Even by a boxing kangaroo….”

Have your own thoughts? Why not leave your own review in the comments below and you might win a free pair of theatre tickets!

Theatre South present: The Wedding Singer

14 03 2011

Following their heart-wrenching production of Broadway classic Rent last season, Glasgow’s very own Theatre South Productions return to EPT tomorrow evening with another dazzling production to add to their repertoire, The Wedding Singer.

It’s 1985 and rock-star wannabe Robbie Heart, who still lives in his grandmother’s basement, is New Jersey’s favourite wedding singer. He’s the life of the party until his fiancé, Linda, leaves him at the altar. Shot through the heart, Robbie makes every wedding as disastrous as his own. When he meets an Julia, an admiring young waitress, Robbie falls madly in love. Only trouble is Julia is about to be married, and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of a decade, the girl of his dreams will be gone forever.

With a score that pays loving homage to the pop songs of the 1980s, The Wedding Singer takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up, and a wedding singer might be the coolest person in the room.

To get you in the mood, check out this clip from The 1998 film version, starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore:

Tuesday  15– Saturday 19 March | 7.30pm +  2.30pm Saturday matinee
Tickets: £8–£14

Box Office: 0141 577 4970