It's a bumper year at the King's and Theatre Royal, Glasgow!

 Don't miss out this year, there's something for everyone to enjoy at the King's Theatre and Theatre Royal in Glasgow. 

Their new season kick-starts with Fame - The Musical (Mon 23 – Sat 28 Jun) split jumping onto the King’s stage with it’s 25th anniversary production.

Meanwhile at the Theatre Royal, Christopher Timothy leads the cast in Dial M for Murder(Tue 24 – Sat 28 Jun), famously filmed by Alfred Hitchcock, and now a gripping stage production.

The National Theatre’s award winning One Man, Two Guvnors (Mon 30 Jun – Sat 5 Jul) - starring Eastenders’ favourites: Shaun WilliamsonEmma Barton and Jasmyn Banks - will have the audience rolling with laughter in the aisles. 
For something more light-hearted pack your sombrero and join the stars of the original TV comedy Last of the Duty Free (Mon 7 – Sat 12 Jul), including Gwen Taylor and Keith Barron, for one last fling!

‘The Final Countdown’ is on for Rock of Ages (Mon 4 – Sat 9 Aug) with Ben Richards as rock god Stacee Jaxx and Hear’Say’s Noel Sullivan as Drew Boley. You’ll be strumming your air guitar to a string of eighties anthems including ‘Don’t Stop Believin’’, ‘We Built This City’ and ‘I Want To Know What Love Is’.

Our very own Creative Learning team have clicked their heels together to help youngsters realise their dreams of performing on a professional stage. This year’s Summer School(Mon 4 – Fri 8 Aug) will be working on a production of Under the Rainbow where after waving goodbye to Dorothy, something goes terribly wrong for the people of Oz.

After Coronation Street’s Vicky Binns is showered with applause in Singin’ in the Rain (Tue 12 – Sat 23 Aug) her colleague from the cobbles, Shobna Gulati, rekindles her marriage inJohn Godber’s April in Paris (Tue 26 – Sat 30 Aug).

Sparks will fly in Annie Get your Gun (Tue 2 – Sat 6 Sep) with a smoking cast includingJason Donovan as Frank Butler and Norman Pace as Buffalo Bill.

Rediscover Johnny and Baby’s iconic dance moves and that all important lift in Dirty Dancing (Tue 26 Aug – Sat 20 Sep).

Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery, The Mousetrap (Mon 15 – Sat 20 Sep), will sharpen your mind with its twists and turns.

The Full Monty (Tue 23 Sep – Sat 4 Oct) will be strutting its stuff in the King’s. From the Oscar winning writer of the film, Simon Beaufoy brings the tale of six out of work steel workers to the stage featuring songs by Donna SummerHot Chocolate andTom Jones.

Edward Scissorhands (Wed 19 – Sat 22 Nov) will carve a place in your heart with exquisite choreography by the multi-award winningMatthew Bourne.

Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Mon 24- Sat 29 Nov), nominated for best comedy at the Olivier Awards 2014, won’t fail to deliver the laughs. 

The emotionally charged Blood Brothers (Mon 3 – Sat 15 Nov) opens with the heart warming reunion of twins separated at birth but soon leads to sibling rivalry with fatal consequences.

From drawing guns to swashbuckling swords, for the first time ever Peter Pan (Sat 6 Dec – Sun 11 Jan) will be flying into the King’s to celebrate 50 years since the very first pantomime was staged at the historic Glasgow venue. Another first for the King’s is a Relaxed Performance (Wed 7 Jan, 11am) of Peter Pan which is an opportunity for people with autism, learning difficulties or other sensory and communication needs to benefit from a relaxed environment to ensure a more enjoyable theatre visit.

While panto reigns at the King's, have your tap shoes ready for Top Hat (Tue 2 – Sat 13 Dec) which encapsulates the Hollywood glamour of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Then when disco king Tony Manero takes to the dance floor in our Theatre Royal Christmas production, ‘You Should Be Dancing’ to Saturday Night Fever (Tue 16 Dec – Sat 3 Jan).

For tickets and information for all performances visit or view the Spring brochure online by clicking here