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That’s entertainment: 2016

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Not much can compare with the buzz that flows through an audience as the lights go down in a theatre or music venue.

Here’s my round-up of live shows seen in Glasgow and beyond during 2016.

Theatre

  • 25 February – Private Lives (UK tour; Theatre Royal, Glasgow)
  • 10 March – Nine to Five (amateur production; King’s Theatre, Glasgow)
  • 12 May – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK tour; King’s Theatre, Glasgow)
  • 25 May – Breakfast at Tiffany’s (UK tour; Theatre Royal, Glasgow)
  • 27 July: Jackie the Musical (UK tour; King’s Theatre, Glasgow)
  • 16 August: Cash on Delivery (Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh)
  • 13 October – Sunny Afternoon (UK tour; King’s Theatre, Glasgow)
  • 28 November – Kinky Boots (Adelphi Theatre, London)
  • 15 December – The Commitments (UK tour; Theatre Royal, Glasgow)

Music

  • 16 June – Nashville in Concert, with Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Sam Palladio and Chris Carmack (Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow)
  • 7 December – The Shires, with Canaan Smith (O2 ABC, Glasgow)
  • 9 December – Fatboy Slim (Hydro, Glasgow)

Dance

  • 6 March – Just Gotta Dance, with Anton Du Beke, Erin Boag and Lance Ellington (Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow)
  • 27 October – Keep Dancing, with Robin Windsor, Anya Garnis and Louis Smith (Theatre Royal, Glasgow)

Comedy

  • 20 October – Gary: Tank Commander – Mission Quite Possible, with Greg McHugh (Hydro, Glasgow)
  • 22 November – Nina Conti: In Your Face (UK tour; King’s Theatre, Glasgow)

Other

  • 25 November – An Afternoon with Sir Roger Moore (UK tour; King’s Theatre, Glasgow)
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Prone to magpie tendencies, I enjoy nothing more than musing – in pictures and in words – on a few of my favourite things.

2 thoughts on “That’s entertainment: 2016

  1. In a musical, I love it when the lights go off and the music begins. Right when the music begins, I feel excited and full of joy. The initial emotion you feel is key to the actual experience. There are two sets of emotions you feel: the characters and than there is your own. It is all mixed together

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