Friday 1 May 2020
Tickets: £14.00 / £12.50 (concession)
A booth in a Glasgow working class pub intertwines the lives of regulars and staff in a comedic tale of love, loss and friendship, guided along the way by a narrator who invites us to explore the relationship between the characters and a special place they like to call their own.
The booth holds diverse significance to each tenant as a place full of memories, love and laughter. This new play will take you on a hilarious journey through time whilst introducing you to interesting characters who will present situations full of fun, heartfelt warmth and comfort as their stories unfold.
Starring: Carole Anders, Eddie Gouther, Peter Paterson and Colin Scougall
From writer of ‘Smile’, Peter Paterson. Directed by Colin Scougall
Scotland's funniest play - if you liked Singin I'm No A Billy and The Steamie you'll love The Booth.
Get your tickets quickly because The Booth has a track record of selling out.
CONTAINS SWEARING AND ADULT THEMES - SUITABLE FOR AGE 16+
“Fantastic, absolutely hilarious!” - Christina Littleson Pulse FM
“Never laughed so much in ages, a real tour de force!” - Isobel Rutter