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Total number of entries found: 217

A midsummer night's dream between 26 October 2001 and 17 November 2001 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow
Portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta. These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors (the mechanicals) who are controlled and manipulated by the fairies who inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set
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A midsummer night's dream between 26 October 2001 and 17 November 2001 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow
Portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta. These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors (the mechanicals) who are controlled and manipulated by the fairies who inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set
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A Midsummer Night's Dream between 26 October 2011 and 17 November 2011 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow
Portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta. These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors (the mechanicals) who are controlled and manipulated by the fairies who inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set
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A Midsummer Night's Dream between 26 October 2011 and 17 November 2011 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow
Portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta. These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors (the mechanicals) who are controlled and manipulated by the fairies who inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set
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A song at twilight between 5 October 1995 and 28 October 1995 at the Citizens' Theatre Circle Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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A streetcar named Desire between 12 March 1971 and 28 March 1971 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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A waste of time between 29 February 1980 and 31 March 1980 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Based on A la recherche du temps perdu by Marcel Proust
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A waste of time between 6 June 1981 and 7 June 1981 at the Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, Holland by Citizens' Theatre Company
A British Council presentation for the Holland Festival in Amsterdam based on A la recherche du temps perdu by Marcel Proust
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A waste of time between 4 September 1981 and 19 September 1981 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Based on A la recherche du temps perdu by Marcel Proust
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Aladdin between 24 December 1970 and 23 January 1971 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Book by Terry Jones and Michael Palin
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Aladdin between 5 December 1975 and 10 January 1976 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Aladdin and his wonderful lamp between 1 December 1987 and 16 January 1988 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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An approach to vanity between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Another year of Grace between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Antony and Cleopatra on 31 May 1972 at the Centre Culturel et Artistique D'Uccle Brussels by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Antony and Cleopatra between 25 May 1972 and 26 May 1972 at the Teatro Eliseo Rome by Citizens' Theatre Company
Premio Roma Festival in Rome
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Antony and Cleopatra on 27 June 1972 at the Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, Holland by Citizens' Theatre Company
Holland festival in Amsterdam
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Antony and Cleopatra between 29 May 1972 and 30 May 1972 at the Koninklijke Vlaamse Opera Antwerp, Belgium
Internationaal Dubbel Festival (Flanders Festival), Antwerp, Belgium
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Antony and Cleopatra on 28 June 1972 at the Rotterdamse Schouwburg Rotterdam by Citizens' Theatre Company
Holland Festival in Rotterdam
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Antony and Cleopatra on 30 June 1972 at the Stadsschouwburg Nijmegen, Holland by Citizens' Theatre Company
Holland Festival in Nijmegen
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Antony and Cleopatra between 2 June 1972 and 3 June 1972 at the Galeriegebaude Hanover, West Germany by Citizens' Theatre Company
Herrenhausen Festival, Hanover, West Germany. The open-air venue of the Gartentheater was changed to the indoor Galeriegebaude because of cold weather
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Antony and Cleopatra on 29 June 1972 at the Koninklijke Schouwburg The Hague by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Antony and Cleopatra between 12 May 1972 and 20 May 1972 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Arms and the man between 10 February 1983 and 26 February 1983 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Arsenic and old lace between 4 October 1985 and 2 November 1985 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Babes in the wood between 28 November 1980 and 10 January 1981 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Ballets O.T.G. between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Ballets O.T.G. between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Blithe spirit between 8 February 1985 and 2 March 1985 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Camille between 28 March 1975 and 5 June 1975 at the Theatre America by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Citizens' Theatre's first time in America. A new adaptation based on Alexandre Dumas' original novel, The lady of the camellias, not on the play which followed it. The tour was subsequently cancelled
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Chinchilla between 28 August 1979 and 1 September 1979 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
In repertoire with The good-humoured ladies. Presented by the Edinburgh Festival Society Limited in association with the City of Edinburgh District Council and the Scottish Arts Council as part of the Edinburgh International Festival 1979.
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Chinchilla between 29 April 1977 and 14 May 1977 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Chinchilla between 10 September 1979 and 15 September 1979 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Also dates 24/09/1979 - 29/09/1979. In repertoire.
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Cinderella between 17 December 1971 and 15 January 1972 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
A traditional pantomime
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Cinderella between 3 December 1976 and 15 January 1977 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Creative scholarship between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Death in Vencie between 4 June 2002 and 30 June 2002 at the Manhattan Ensemble Theater by Citizens' Theatre
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Death in Vencie between 4 June 2002 and 30 June 2002 at the Manhattan Ensemble Theater by Citizens' Theatre
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Death in Venice between 7 September 2006 and 24 September 2006 at the American Conservatory Theatre
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Death in Venice between 7 September 2006 and 24 September 2006 at the American Conservatory Theatre
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Death in Venice between 24 November 1999 and 18 December 1999 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The protagonist of Death in Venice is the reputable, fifty-three-year-old writer Gustav Aschenbach, a member of the upper-middle class. Aschenbach writes under a very strict schedule, working every morning for a set amount of time, but he has recently been troubled by a lack of creativity. While walking by a cemetery to the north of Munich, he sees a strange man and has a vision of a jungle. This vision causes Aschenbach to temporarily forgo his tightly scheduled life, and he decides to travel south. Aschenbachs journey takes him to Venice, where, after a ride with a rogue gondolier, he checks into his hotel. It is here that he encounters a beautiful Polish boy named Tadzio. Over time he becomes more and more enamored of the young man, eventually abandoning all discipline and reason in the face of his infatuation. Despite discovering that there has been an outbreak of cholera, Aschenbach makes only a half-hearted attempt to leave the city before deciding to stay in Venice and continue devoting his time to watching Tadzio. One day Aschenbach trails Tadzio into the city and after losing track of the boy, eats some strawberries purchased from a street vendor. Later, while watching Tadzio at the beach, Aschenbach loses consciousness and dies, apparently from cholera that contaminated the strawberries. The world reacts to the death of this highly regarded author with shock and mourning. Premiere
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Death in Venice between 29 November 2000 and 23 December 2000 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The protagonist of Death in Venice is the reputable, fifty-three-year-old writer Gustav Aschenbach, a member of the upper-middle class. Aschenbach writes under a very strict schedule, working every morning for a set amount of time, but he has recently been troubled by a lack of creativity. While walking by a cemetery to the north of Munich, he sees a strange man and has a vision of a jungle. This vision causes Aschenbach to temporarily forgo his tightly scheduled life, and he decides to travel south. Aschenbachs journey takes him to Venice, where, after a ride with a rogue gondolier, he checks into his hotel. It is here that he encounters a beautiful Polish boy named Tadzio. Over time he becomes more and more enamored of the young man, eventually abandoning all discipline and reason in the face of his infatuation. Despite discovering that there has been an outbreak of cholera, Aschenbach makes only a half-hearted attempt to leave the city before deciding to stay in Venice and continue devoting his time to watching Tadzio. One day Aschenbach trails Tadzio into the city and after losing track of the boy, eats some strawberries purchased from a street vendor. Later, while watching Tadzio at the beach, Aschenbach loses consciousness and dies, apparently from cholera that contaminated the strawberries. The world reacts to the death of this highly regarded author with shock and mourning. First performed in this version at the Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow on 24 November 1999.
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Death in Venice between 29 November 2000 and 23 December 2000 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The protagonist of Death in Venice is the reputable, fifty-three-year-old writer Gustav Aschenbach, a member of the upper-middle class. Aschenbach writes under a very strict schedule, working every morning for a set amount of time, but he has recently been troubled by a lack of creativity. While walking by a cemetery to the north of Munich, he sees a strange man and has a vision of a jungle. This vision causes Aschenbach to temporarily forgo his tightly scheduled life, and he decides to travel south. Aschenbachs journey takes him to Venice, where, after a ride with a rogue gondolier, he checks into his hotel. It is here that he encounters a beautiful Polish boy named Tadzio. Over time he becomes more and more enamored of the young man, eventually abandoning all discipline and reason in the face of his infatuation. Despite discovering that there has been an outbreak of cholera, Aschenbach makes only a half-hearted attempt to leave the city before deciding to stay in Venice and continue devoting his time to watching Tadzio. One day Aschenbach trails Tadzio into the city and after losing track of the boy, eats some strawberries purchased from a street vendor. Later, while watching Tadzio at the beach, Aschenbach loses consciousness and dies, apparently from cholera that contaminated the strawberries. The world reacts to the death of this highly regarded author with shock and mourning. First performed in this version at the Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow on 24 November 1999.
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Death in Venice between 24 November 1999 and 18 December 1999 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The protagonist of Death in Venice is the reputable, fifty-three-year-old writer Gustav Aschenbach, a member of the upper-middle class. Aschenbach writes under a very strict schedule, working every morning for a set amount of time, but he has recently been troubled by a lack of creativity. While walking by a cemetery to the north of Munich, he sees a strange man and has a vision of a jungle. This vision causes Aschenbach to temporarily forgo his tightly scheduled life, and he decides to travel south. Aschenbachs journey takes him to Venice, where, after a ride with a rogue gondolier, he checks into his hotel. It is here that he encounters a beautiful Polish boy named Tadzio. Over time he becomes more and more enamored of the young man, eventually abandoning all discipline and reason in the face of his infatuation. Despite discovering that there has been an outbreak of cholera, Aschenbach makes only a half-hearted attempt to leave the city before deciding to stay in Venice and continue devoting his time to watching Tadzio. One day Aschenbach trails Tadzio into the city and after losing track of the boy, eats some strawberries purchased from a street vendor. Later, while watching Tadzio at the beach, Aschenbach loses consciousness and dies, apparently from cholera that contaminated the strawberries. The world reacts to the death of this highly regarded author with shock and mourning. Premiere
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Death of a salesman between 16 January 1987 and 7 February 1987 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Dick Whittington between 1 December 1978 and 13 January 1979 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Dick Whittington between 14 December 1973 and 12 January 1974 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Don Carlos between 1 September 1995 and 23 September 1995 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Written between 1783 and 1787 and first produced in Hamburg in 1787. The title character is Carlos, Prince of Asturias and the play as a whole is loosely modeled on historical events in the 16th century under the reign of King Philip II of Spain.
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Dr Angelus between 13 June 1988 and 25 June 1988 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Citizens' Company marks the 100th Anniversary of James Bridie's birth with this production
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Early morning between 28 March 1975 and 5 June 1975 at the Theatre America by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Citizens' Theatre's first time in America. The tour was subsequently cancelled
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Early morning between 23 February 1971 and 7 March 1971 at the Close Theatre Club Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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El coca-cola grande between 1 February 1977 and 13 February 1977 at the Close Theatre Club Glasgow by Low Moan Spectacular
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Enrico Four between 1 February 1990 and 31 March 1990 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Entertaining Mr Sloane between 28 February 1986 and 22 March 1986 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Faust between 8 November 1985 and 23 November 1985 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Floggin' women between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Friends and lovers between 7 February 1986 and 22 February 1986 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Free public dress rehearsal on 6/2/1986
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Going down between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Going down between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Hamlet between 12 September 1975 and 25 October 1975 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Hamlet between 4 September 1970 and 26 September 1970 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Hansel and Gretel between 10 December 1985 and 11 January 1986 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Heartbreak House between 30 August 1985 and 28 September 1985 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Hidden fires between 31 October 1986 and 22 November 1986 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Honoured I'm sure between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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HRH between 3 May 1994 and 21 May 1994 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Theatr Clwyd
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Jack and the beanstalk between 6 December 1974 and 4 January 1975 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Jack and the beanstalk between 4 December 1981 and 16 January 1982 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Judgement between 17 February 1993 and 14 March 1993 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Juno and the paycock between 21 October 1983 and 12 November 1983 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Krapp's last tape between 11 February 1998 and 7 March 1998 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
A 69-year-old man sits alone on his birthday and listens to recordings of his past.
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Krapp's last tape between 11 February 1998 and 7 March 1998 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
A 69-year-old man sits alone on his birthday and listens to recordings of his past.
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Lady Windermere's fan between 6 May 1988 and 4 June 1988 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Last days of mankind on 12 December 1999
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Last days of mankind on 12 December 1999
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Last days of mankind on 12 December 1999
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Late night final between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Late night final between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Les liaisons dangereuses between 11 November 1969 and 29 November 1969 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
An adaptation of Les liaisons dangereuses entitled The art of seduction
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Look back in anger between 24 March 1970 and 11 April 1970 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Macbeth between 16 February 1979 and 17 March 1979 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Madame Louise between 7 March 1981 and 28 March 1981 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Major Barbara between 4 September 1992 and 27 September 1992 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Marriage a la mode between 18 March 1983 and 17 April 1983 at the Folger Theatre Washington by Folger Theatre Company
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Marriage a la mode between 6 November 1981 and 28 November 1981 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Men should weep between 13 April 1983 and 2 July 1983 at the Church Hill Theatre Edinburgh by 7:84 Theatre Company (Scotland)
Set in Glasgow during the 1930s depression, with all the action taking place in the household of the Morrison family.Tour commencing in Glasgow (April 13-30), Aberdeen (May 3-7), Edinburgh (May 10-14), Dundee (May 17-21) and ending in London (June 2-July 2)
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Men should weep between 4 May 1982 and 22 May 1982 at the Ayr Civic Theatre Ayr by 7:84 Theatre Company (Scotland)
Last play in the Clydebuilt series: 7:84 Theatre Company's season of working class plays from the first half of the twentieth century, at the Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow (4-5/5, 8/5, 10-15/5). The company then commenced on a tour beginning in Irvine (18/5); Ayr (20/5); Castlemilk (21/5) and ending in Cumbernauld (22/5)
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Men should weep between 25 September 1998 and 17 October 1998 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Following the misfortunes of the Morrison family, Ena Lamont Stewarts landmark play is a searing depiction of the hand to mouth poverty that working class people lived in at that time. At the centre of the story is Maggie, the care-worn matriarch. Supported and hindered in equal measure by a network of neighbours and family, from whom it is impossible to keep any secrets, she does her very best in the worst of circumstances, always putting herself last. Together with a pre-show talk on Tuesday 29th September
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Merlin the magnificent between 24 November 1998 and 26 December 1998 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Hard-done-by dogsbody Arthur must rise above his social station, overcome bullying guardian Sir Hector and brattish offspring Kay, avoid the clutches of evil Morgana and her henchman Face, with only spunky heroine Gwen and ageing tutor Merlin to help him out. Luckily, Merlin has magic on his side.
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Mother Goose between 27 November 1990 and 19 January 1991 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Mother Goose between 2 December 1977 and 14 January 1978 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Mrs Warren's profession on 14 December 1991 at the B.B.C. Scotland Studios Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Television adaptation for BBC2
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Mrs Warren's profession between 31 August 1990 and 29 September 1990 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Nicholas Nickleby between 23 December 1969 and 17 January 1970 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Nicholas Nickleby between 23 December 1969 and 17 January 1970 by Vincent Crummles Company
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No man's land between 6 November 1987 and 21 November 1987 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Observe the sons of Ulster marching towards the Somme between 1 February 2002 and 23 February 2002
The play centres on the experiences of eight unionist Ulstermen who volunteer to serve in the Lewis (Ulster) Division at the beginning of the First World War
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On with the show between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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On with the show between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Other places between 29 April 1992 and 23 May 1992 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Consists of three short plays, One for the Road, Family Voices and A Kind of Alaska.
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Picking up book-ends between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Pink bow between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Pink bow between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Pinocchio between 29 November 1988 and 21 January 1989 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Pinocchio between 28 November 1995 and 13 January 1996 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Pipped at the start between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Poseuse between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Press gang between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Press gang between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Private lives between 13 January 1984 and 4 February 1984 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Private lives between 13 January 1984 and 4 February 1984 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Puntila and Matti, Master and servant between 22 January 1982 and 6 February 1982 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Puss in boots between 30 November 1979 and 12 January 1980 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Pygmalion between 12 October 1979 and 10 November 1979 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Red fingers between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Red Riding Hood and the wolf between 9 December 1986 and 10 January 1987 by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Red roses for me between 14 October 1982 and 23 October 1982 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Reductio ad absurdum between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Reductio ad absurdum between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Repent at leisure between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Ring in the old between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Romeo and Juliet between 8 October 1993 and 30 October 1993 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead between 2 October 1970 and 17 October 1970 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Rough for theatre I between 25 October 2000 and 18 November 2000 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of a double bill with The old tune
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Rough for theatre I between 25 October 2000 and 18 November 2000 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of a double bill with The old tune
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Saint Joan between 13 November 1970 and 28 November 1970 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Scoop on 23 October 2000
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Scoop on 23 October 2000
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Semi-monde between 9 September 1977 and 1 October 1977 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Sound of heartstrings between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Sound of heartstrings between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Summer lightning between 21 February 1992 and 14 March 1992 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Summer lightning between 21 February 1992 and 14 March 1992 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Swing hammer swing! between 10 March 1995 and 1 April 1995 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Swing hammer swing! between 14 May 1996 and 18 May 1996 at the King's Theatre Glasgow
Set in Glasgow, during a single week in the late sixties. Christmas is approaching, and Thomas Clay is beset with mounting problems: his wife is in the maternity hospital prematurely; he's waiting for news of their transfer to "Legoland" high-rise housing, or for his tenement to be demolished beneath his very feet; he has no job, and his novel is, as yet, unpublished. Staggering from crisis to crisis, Thomas Clay is a man pursued by petty gangsters, his Mafia-like in-laws, a doppelganger, and by time itself. He may imagine he has evaded the tyranny of clocks by escaping the nine-to-five, but no matter how fast he runs, the Grim Reaper seems cold on his heels
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Swing hammer swing! between 14 May 1996 and 18 May 1996 at the King's Theatre Glasgow
Set in Glasgow, during a single week in the late sixties. Christmas is approaching, and Thomas Clay is beset with mounting problems: his wife is in the maternity hospital prematurely; he's waiting for news of their transfer to "Legoland" high-rise housing, or for his tenement to be demolished beneath his very feet; he has no job, and his novel is, as yet, unpublished. Staggering from crisis to crisis, Thomas Clay is a man pursued by petty gangsters, his Mafia-like in-laws, a doppelganger, and by time itself. He may imagine he has evaded the tyranny of clocks by escaping the nine-to-five, but no matter how fast he runs, the Grim Reaper seems cold on his heels
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Swing hammer swing! between 10 March 1995 and 1 April 1995 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Tartuffe between 29 November 1972 and 9 December 1972 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Tartuffe between 22 November 1972 and 25 November 1972 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The balcony between 12 February 1982 and 27 February 1982 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of the Genet Season. Also 29/3/1982
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The balcony between 23 April 1971 and 8 May 1971 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Translated by Bernard Frechtman
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The Barber of Seville between 20 January 1986 and 25 January 1986 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Vancouver by Vancouver Opera
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The blacks between 5 March 1982 and 13 March 1982 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of the Genet Season. Also dates 30/3/1982 and 2/4/1982
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The Caucasian chalk circle between 3 October 1980 and 1 November 1980 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The country wife between 1 January 1977 and 1 February 1977 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The crucible between 25 August 1989 and 23 September 1989 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The devils between 22 November 1973 and 8 December 1973 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
22-28/11and 6-8/12. In repertoire with Happy end.
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The devils between 24 January 1974 and 20 February 1974 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
In repertoire. 24-29/1, 14-20/2
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The Duchess of Malfi between 28 March 1975 and 5 June 1975 at the Theatre America by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Citizens' Theatre's first time in America. The tour was subsequently cancelled
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The fears and miseries of the Third Reich between 18 January 1980 and 9 February 1980 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The Gospels between 1 February 1991 and 23 February 1991 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Adaptation taken from the Gospels of St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke and St. John, in the translation of 1611, the Authorised Bible
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The Gospels by Chameleon Theatre Company
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The Gospels between 1 February 1991 and 23 February 1991 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Adaptation taken from the Gospels of St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke and St. John, in the translation of 1611, the Authorised Bible
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The government inspector between 28 March 1975 and 5 June 1975 at the Theatre America by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Citizens' Theatre's first time in America. The tour was subsequently cancelled
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The importance of being earnest between 5 May 1970 and 23 May 1970 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The importance of being earnest between 4 February 1977 and 5 March 1977 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The Importance of Being Ernest between 25 October 2002 and 16 November 2002
Comedy in which the protagonists maintain fictitious personae to escape burdensome social obligations. First performed at the St. James Theatre, London 14 February 1895.
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The jungle book between 1 December 1992 and 16 January 1993 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The last days of mankind between 16 September 1983 and 24 September 1983 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The last days of mankind between 21 August 1983 and 27 August 1983 at the Assembly Hall, Church of Scotland Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
Edinburgh International Festival
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The lion, the witch and the wardrobe between 30 November 1993 and 22 January 1994 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The lion, the witch and the wardrobe between 30 November 1984 and 12 January 1985 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The machine wreckers between 10 February 1984 and 25 February 1984 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The milk train doesn't stop here any more between 26 September 1969 and 18 October 1969 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The millionairess between 20 March 1998 and 11 April 1998 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The mother between 25 November 1982 and 4 December 1982 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The noble art between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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The noble art between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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The old tune between 25 October 2000 and 18 November 2000 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Translation of Robert Pingets 1960 play La Manivelle (The Crank) in which Samuel Beckett transformed Pingets Parisians, Toupin and Pommard into Dubliners, Cream and Gorman. Part of a double bill with Rough for theatre I
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The old tune between 25 October 2000 and 18 November 2000 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Translation of Robert Pingets 1960 play La Manivelle (The Crank) in which Samuel Beckett transformed Pingets Parisians, Toupin and Pommard into Dubliners, Cream and Gorman. Part of a double bill with Rough for theatre I
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The playboy of the western world between 1 September 1991 and 30 September 1991 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The plough and the stars between 8 March 1985 and 30 March 1985 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The relapse between 28 January 1972 and 19 February 1972 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Sequel of The fool in fashion
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The robbers between 17 August 1998 and 21 August 1998 at the King's Theatre Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
The plot revolves around the conflict between two aristocratic brothers, Karl and Franz Moor. The charismatic but rebellious student Karl is deeply loved by his father. The younger brother, Franz, who appears as a cold, calculating villain, plots to wrest away Karl's inheritance. As the play unfolds, both Franz's motives and Karl's innocence and heroism are revealed to be complex. Part of the Edinburgh International Festival
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The school for scandal between 4 September 1987 and 3 October 1987 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The screens between 19 March 1982 and 27 March 1982 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Part of the Genet Season. Also dates 31/3/1982 and 3/4/1982
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The seagull between 10 November 1978 and 25 November 1978 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The snow queen between 3 December 1991 and 18 January 1992 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The sorcerer's apprentice between 28 November 1989 and 20 January 1990 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The taming of the shrew between 22 February 1974 and 13 April 1974 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
In repertoire with Macbeth
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The taming of the shrew between 4 March 1974 and 5 March 1974 at the Ernst Deutsch Theater Hamburg by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The three sisters between 15 October 1971 and 30 October 1971 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The threepenny opera between 29 September 1978 and 21 October 1978 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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The Way of the World at the Greenwich Theatre
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The Way of the World at the Greenwich Theatre
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The white devil between 20 August 1971 and 11 September 1971 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Or the tragedy of Paulo Giordano Urfini, Duke of Brachiano with the life and death of Vittoria Corombona the famous Venetian curtizan.
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The wizard of Oz between 3 December 1996 and 18 January 1997 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
RSC version
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Third party between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Travels with my aunt between 26 January 1996 and 17 February 1996 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Travels with my aunt between 31 October 1990 and 10 November 1990 at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, London by Citizens' Theatre Company
On tour to Lyric Hammersmith.
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Travels with my aunt between 5 April 1995 and 1 October 1995 at the Minetta Lane Theatre New York
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Travels with my aunt between 10 November 1989 and 30 November 1989 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Travels with my aunt between 27 July 1990 and 11 August 1990 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Adapted from the novel by Graham Greene
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Travels with my aunt between 27 July 1990 and 11 August 1990 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Adapted from the novel by Graham Greene
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Travels with my aunt between 27 July 1990 and 11 August 1990 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Adapted from the novel by Graham Greene
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Travels with my aunt between 26 January 1996 and 17 February 1996 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Travels with my aunt between 31 October 1990 and 10 November 1990 at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, London by Citizens' Theatre Company
On tour to Lyric Hammersmith.
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Travels with my aunt between 31 October 1990 and 10 November 1990 at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, London by Citizens' Theatre Company
On tour to Lyric Hammersmith.
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Travels with my aunt between 26 January 1996 and 17 February 1996 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Travels with my aunt between 10 November 1989 and 30 November 1989 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Travels with my aunt between 10 November 1989 and 30 November 1989 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Travels with my aunt between 5 April 1995 and 1 October 1995 at the Minetta Lane Theatre New York
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Treasure Island between 18 December 1961 and 13 January 1962 at the Falcon Theatre Glasgow
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Twelfth night on 28 September 1973 at the Croatian National Theatre Zagreb by Citizens' Theatre Company
There was also a visit to Sarajevo
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Twelfth night between 28 August 1972 and 5 September 1972 at the Assembly Hall, Church of Scotland Edinburgh by Citizens' Theatre Company
Or What you will. Edinburgh International Festival in association with the Corporation of the City of Edinburgh, the Scottish Arts Council and The British Council
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Twelfth night between 14 May 1971 and 5 June 1971 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Or What you will
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Twelfth night between 20 September 1973 and 22 September 1973 at the Atelje 212 Belgrade, Yugoslavia by Citizens' Theatre Company
The Citizens' Theatre were the only British company to play at the 7th B.I.T.E.F. in Belgrade. Part of a double-bill with Old times
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V.I.P. between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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V.I.P. between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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What the butler saw between 21 October 1970 and 8 November 1970 at the Close Theatre Club Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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What the butler saw between 24 October 1976 and 1 November 1976 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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What the butler saw between 26 March 1993 and 25 April 1993 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Whaur's Yer Wullie Shakespeare Noo? on 12 September 1998 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by TAG Theatre Co.
A conference to explore the relevance of Shakespeare for young people.
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Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf? between 22 October 1999 and 13 November 1999 at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
Examines the breakdown of the marriage of a middle-aged couple, Martha and George. Late one evening, after a university faculty party, they receive an unwitting younger couple, Nick and Honey, as guests, and draw them into their bitter and frustrated relationship
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Widowers' houses between 12 March 1997 and 5 April 1997 at the Citizens' Theatre Stalls Studio Glasgow by Citizens' Theatre Company
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Willing suspension of intelligence between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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Willing suspension of intelligence between 1 August 1961 and 31 August 1961 by Oxford Theatre Group
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