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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Wed 5 to Sun 16 October 2016 | Festival Theatre
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Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes
Tue 9 to Sat 13 May | Festival Theatre
On sale to Friends 17 Oct, General on sale 7 Nov | Festival Theatre
Spring 2018 | Festival Theatre
Tue 14 to Sat 18 February | Festival Theatre
Scottish Ballet Hansel and Gretel
Sat 10 - Sat 31 December | Festival Theatre
The Marriage Of Figaro
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The Addams Family
Thu 20 to Sat 29 April | Festival Theatre
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Tue 18 - Wed 19 October | Festival Theatre
Million Dollar Quartet
Mon 31 October - Sat 5 November | Festival Theatre
Find out what goes on behind the scenes at the Festival Theatre, learn about the fascinating past of this venue and access areas not usually seen by the public. You may even meet the ghost of the Great Lafayette!
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A production that delves into the meaning of kingship and the rising powers that can destroy it.
Billy Kirkwood, Larry Dean, Pat Cahill and Dan Nightingale are here to entertain you in our special October edition of Gilded Balloon Comedy Nights.
Balloons and bubbles. Fears and fancies. Loss that stings and love that lingers. And dancing all the wee hours in between
This is a story of two shapes, Cubert and Triantán, and the adventures they have finding their way back to each other.
One of the world’s favourite musicals, Chitty Chitty, Bang Bang will have audiences of all ages flying high with its mixture of madness, intrigue and exuberance.
The Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra is once again delighted to return in a series of concerts with a new line up of endless talent, improvisational skills, exuberance and verve.
Join Jason Manford, Phill Jupitus and friends for a special one off comedy night in support of Waverley Care
A one man’s re-telling of Scotland’s history – but this is no straight and dusty history lesson; this story is told by Andy Cannon, formerly of Wee Stories and one of Scotland’s finest storytellers, accompanied by composer and musician Wendy Weatherby.
We are delighted to present Scotland's first dementia friendly performance of a major touring musical.
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