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Festival Theatre 10:00am - 6:00pm King's Theatre 10:00am - 6:00pm
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Tue 17 to Sat 21 March 2015 | King's Theatre
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Tue 14 to Sat 18 April 2015 | King's Theatre
Allan Stewart's Big Big Variety Show
Wed 8 to Sat 11 April 2015 | King's Theatre
The King's Speech
Tue 19 to Sat 23 May 2015 | King's Theatre
King's Panto 2015
Sat 28 Nov to Sun 17 Jan | King's Theatre
Tue 2 to Sat 6 June 2015 | King's Theatre
Consider Yourself One Of Us! You’ll be asking
for more with the Southern Light’s production
of Oliver! Based on Charles Dickens’ 1838 novel
of the boy who asked for more, this ever popular
musical by Lionel Bart continues to thrill.
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Find out what goes on behind the scenes at the King's Theatre, learn about the fascinating past of this venue and access areas not usually seen by the public. The Grand Old Lady of Leven Street has a lot of history!
One of the best-loved works in 20th century Scottish theatre, John Byrne’s funny and poignant play paints a vivid picture of the tough, rebellious, working-class culture of 1950s industrial Scotland.
Winner of over 30 major awards including the Olivier and Tony Awards for Best New Play, Alan Bennett’s comic masterpiece was voted the nations favourite play in a recent national survey.
For two hours of riotous, fun-packed entertainment you can’t beat Gilbert and Sullivan’s popular musical masterpiece The Pirates of Penzance.
Broadway Bound - a celebration of dance inspired by work from The Great White Way,
New York New York.
When there's trouble under the sea, The Octonauts dive into action! Get ready to embark on an exciting new mission with our underwater adventure super heroes, Captain Barnacles, Kwazii and Peso.
Last March, Allan Stewart and his pals proved that Variety is alive and kicking at the King’s with the first Big Big Variety Show. And now, he’s back!
Arthur Kipps, a junior solicitor, is summoned to attend the funeral of Mrs Alice Drablow, the house’s sole inhabitant, unaware of the tragic secrets which lie hidden behind the shuttered windows.
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