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WHAT’S ON MARCH 2015: Get along to The Shed for some March Merriment

In the words of Victor Hugo: “laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face”, so join David ‘Mr. Piano’ Sturgeon and Gill McGowan for some silly songs to put a smile on your face even if the sun isn’t shining outside. a collection of comedy classic that includes musical theatre numbers, parodies and stand alone songs that are sure to have you singing and laughing all the way home. It promises to be a fun way to spend your afternoon.

The Shed, Shawlands

Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th March 2015 at 3pm

Tickets £8

For tickets: manager@tramdirect.com 0141 637 0778

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2015: Bossnappers by Tom Brogan plays this year’s Glasgow Comedy Festival

Following his success at last year’s Glasgow International Comedy Festival, talented writer and actor Tom Brogan presents his new play Bossnappers at the CCA.

When the all-female workforce of Donachie’s Biscuit Factory discover their boss’ plans to move their work abroad they take inspiration from one of their favourite films and decide to keep him hostage until he changes his mind.

Bossnappers will be at:

CCA, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

Sunday 22 March

Monday 23 March

Tuesday 24 March

at 19:30

£8/£6 

More info: http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1081

www.tombrogan.co.uk

WHAT’S ON MARCH 2015: New plays presented as part of Glasgow International Comedy Festival

New playwright Stephen Brackenridge  presents two new plays in this year’s Glasgow International Comedy Festival.

In Potato Artist, after the party at dawn, Baz waits at the primary school where her ex is a teacher. Baz is going to play a love song on guitar and they’ll get back together again. Jamie, Baz’s BFF, tries to talk her out of it, while fending off nosey dogwalkers.

Sandwich shows workers at lunch in a dystopian future, where workers live extremely limited lives. Some begin to naively question conditions, while others raise suspiciously bizarre objections. The play also delves into the present, a time before The Cusp, when the characters and their bosses worked in the same factory.

The Govanhill Baths

Wednesday 25 March
Thursday 26 March
Friday 27 March
Saturday 28 March 19:30

Ticket information: http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1080

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