Monday, 13 January 2014

The Curtain's Up on Spring 2014!

With 2014 set to be a landmark year for Glasgow and Scotland, our Spring 2014 season is full of bold and exciting entertainment headlined by a new production directed by Dominic Hill of Stephen Jeffreys' The Libertine. Read on for more info about our new season



Miss Julie 6 - 15 Feb
A flirtatious contest for power becomes a vicious struggle for survival. With Sherlock’s Louise Brealey and directed by Dominic Hill. Only 9 performances.

Glasgow Girls 20 Feb - 8 Mar
Seven teenagers with a cause that captured the imagination of a country. The hit Scottish musical is back!
The Libertine 3 - 24 May
Stephen Jeffreys' historical romp about the Second Earl of Rochester,
made famous through the film of the same name starring Johnny Depp and John Malkovich. Directed by Dominic Hill 
Sports Day 4 - 7 June
A large scale community production celebrating the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and boasting material from some of Scotland’s best-known playwrights and songwriters.
On Common Ground July - August
A major outdoor participatory project as part of Festival 2014 in collaboration with Canadian First Nation storytellers Debajehmujig Theatre Company
As well as these highlights, we'll also have 2013 Edinburgh Fringe hit Ciara starring Blythe Duff, a riotous new version of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, the return of Scottish Opera with Dominic Hill's production of Verdi's Macbeth, a stage version of Benjamin Zephaniah's Refugee Boy, Glasgow International Comedy Festival including Ruby Wax and Rory Bremner and a celebration of the life and work of Ivor Cutler by National Theatre of Scotland and Vanishing Point in association with Eden Court, Inverness. 
As well as all these shows, there's also a host of classes and workshops for young people and adults, backstage tours and our popular 50p ticket sales to look forward to. 


Visit citz.co.uk for more information, or to book your night out at the Citz.



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