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BY FOOT The Tron can easily be spotted on Trongate by the old steeple with the blue clock face. Entrance to the theatre and bar is on Chisholm Street.
BY UNDERGROUND The nearest Subway station is St Enoch. BY TRAIN The Tron is a 10 minute walk from Glasgow Central
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or Queen Street Stations; 3 minutes from Argyle Street and 5 minutes from High Street stations.
BY BUS The Tron is on many bus routes including: 16, 18, 19, 31, 40, 61, 62, 240, 255, 262, 263. PARKING Nearby car parks include King Street NCP and Albion Street Q Park. Blue Badge parking is available on Chisholm Street.
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TRON THEATRE HEADS TO THE FRINGE We’re taking not one but two of our critically acclaimed shows to this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. If you didn’t manage to see either of them here, why not head east this August and support the Tron at the Fringe? IMAGE: LESLIE BLACK
VENUE 33: PLEASANCE COURTYARD
FRI 5 - MON 29 AUGUST (PREVIEWS: 3+4 AUG); 16:30
CASABLANCA: THE GIN JOINT CUT WRITTEN + DIRECTED BY MORAG FULLARTON
TICKETS: 0131 556 6550 www.pleasance.co.uk ★★★★★ THE HERALD
VENUE 15: TRAVERSE THEATRE
FRI 5 - SUN 21 AUGUST (PREVIEW: 4 AUG); times vary
A SLOW AIR TICKETS: 0131 228 1404 www.traverse.co.uk ★★★★★ THE TIMES ★★★★★ THE SCOTSMAN ★★★★ THE GUARDIAN
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SUPPORTERS: The Scottish Council for Development and Industry / The Pearson Playwrights’ Scheme sponsored by Pearson plc
Times are hard in the Scottish arts scene right now, as they are everywhere else. However, change and grow is our philosophy at the Tron and we are determined to maintain a powerful programme of work that speaks to the people of Glasgow and throughout Scotland. Indeed, this autumn season promises to be one of our strongest ever and continues to be a showcase for the very best in Scottish writing and theatre production. Fresh from his huge success at Mayfesto with A Slow Air, Scots playwright David Harrower has penned two of the autumn highlights: Calum’s Road, presented by Communicado Theatre along with National Theatre of Scotland, and a new staging from Pilot Theatre of his highly acclaimed Blackbird, starring George Costigan. The season kicks off with My Romantic History, a Scottish comedy that took Edinburgh by storm last year and continues Borderline Theatre’s tradition of presenting the work of DC Jackson. This is followed by stage adaptations of two iconic movie classics. First, the award-winning Scottish company Catherine Wheels presents their new version of Kes; secondly Theatre Jezebel, in a co-production with Tron Theatre Company, present a much-heralded modern version of the Jack Lemmon film Days of Wine and Roses, directed and designed by Kenny Miller. This gripping story is adapted by celebrated Belfast writer Owen McCafferty. Glasgay! will, once again, have a busy programme at the Tron, but the highlight must surely be new work from Scotland’s Makar, Liz Lochhead, who has written a play focusing on the life of her legendary predecessor, Edwin Morgan. We also have celebrated music theatre company Cryptic with The Little Match Girl Passion by the composer David Lane, directed by Josh Armstrong.
WRITTEN + DIRECTED BY DAVID HARROWER
THE TRON GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES SUPPORT FROM:
WELCOME TO THE TRON’S AUTUMN SEASON
DONORS: The Abbey Charitable Trust The ADAPT Trust Arts & Business BBC Children In Need Sylvia Aitken Charitable Trust Canada House Arts Trust The W.A. Cargill Fund Clore Duffield Foundation Garfield Weston Foundation Paul Hamlyn Foundation The Gordon Fraser Charitable Trust The Hugh Fraser Foundation Elaine + Joe Gerber Trust The Jennie S. Gordon Memorial Foundation The Inchrye Trust The Lynn Foundation The W.M. Mann Foundation The Merchants House of Glasgow Robertson Trust The Saints + Sinners Club of Scotland Western Recreation Club The James Wood Bequest Foundation
If you are interested in playing a vital role in the Tron’s future call 0141 559 5304 or email email@example.com
As ever, the season includes a varied programme of new work in our studio space, with contributions from Random Accomplice, Upstage Theatre, conFAB and Occasional Cabaret, and the main house finishes off the season with the annual and not-to-be-missed Tron panto, Mister Merlin: A Pure Magic Panto, written by Alex Norton and with the array of brilliant and highly talented actors and musicians you have come to expect – you will not be disappointed! Upstairs in the studio, we present our ever-popular Christmas production for very young children The Night After Christmas. We are as busy as ever, and I encourage you to visit the Tron not only to see theatre but also to eat, drink, meet friends, use our rooms and other facilities, take part in our wide range of workshops, or just to sit down and watch the world go by...
See you down here.
MAIN AUDITORIUM PREVIEWS: FRI 9 + SAT 10 SEPTEMBER £8
TUE 13 - SAT 24 SEPTEMBER 7.45PM MATINEE SAT 17 2.30PM TUE - THU £11 (£7) / FRI + SAT £15 (£11)
BORDERLINE THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS
MY ROMANTIC A non-rom com about love, libido and lager
HISTORY BY D.C. JACKSON
DIRECTED BY JEMIMA LEVICK
‘…a gem of postmodern romantic comedy...’ ★★★★★ THE SCOTSMAN
‘...90 minutes of pure pleasure…’ ★★★★★ THE TIMES
“If you haven’t met someone by the time you graduate, you’re going to marry someone from your work. It’s that simple. Do you know how they get animals to breed in captivity? They put them in the same cage.” Tom’s been head-hunted for a new job. He owns three suits and a modest amount of kitchen equipment. Amy’s got a career, a Fiat Punto and a flat full of stuff. To all intents and purposes she’s a fully-functioning grown up. When Tom and Amy get together after a boozy office party, it seems like they might be able to make a go of it. But soon the ghosts of relationships past begin to interfere with the here and now. First produced by The Bush Theatre London and Sheffield Theatres in association with Birmingham Rep, My Romantic History premiered at the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it won a Scotsman Fringe First Award. 4
NOTE: This play contains language which may offend and scenes of a sexual nature.
THU 29 SEP - SAT 1 OCT 7.45PM £11 (£7) FOR AGES 10+ THU + FRI 10.30AM / MATINEE SAT 2.15PM
SAT 8 OCTOBER 2.30PM
£8 (£6) FOR AGES 8+
‘Tall Tales employs Communicado’s energetic flair, originality and distinctive talent... There are moments of breathtaking genius... the world should see this show, whatever its age.’ THE GUARDIAN
IMAGE: CIAR A LEEMING
COMMUNICADO + NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND PRESENT
CATHERINE WHEELS PRESENTS
KES BASED ON BARRY HINES’ A KESTREL FOR A KNAVE ADAPTED BY ROB EVANS
Step into the shoes of Billy Casper. Home life is bad and school life is worse. Brother is a bully and mum has a different man at the door every day. Pushed around at school and always gets the blame. That’s what it’s like to be Billy.
Then one day, everything changes. Billy’s world explodes and for the first time happiness swoops into his life in the shape of a kestrel. A kestrel called Kes. Kes is Billy’s friend, his best friend, his only friend. Kes the story of one boy’s heart. How it came to beat and how it came to break.
TALLTALES FOR SMALL PEOPLE WRITTEN + DIRECTED BY GERRY MULGREW ADAPTED FROM TRADITIONAL STORIES AS TOLD BY DUNCAN WILLIAMSON
As a family make their way up to Blairgowrie for the berry picking, they bewitch us with centuries’ old stories from the world of travellers’ tales... Based on the work of the late Duncan Williamson, the master story-teller and Scottish traveller, Tall Tales for Small People is a beautiful show for all ages.
Tall Tales will enchant a new generation with traditional yarns which have breathed for generations inside the Scottish travelling community and have been passed lovingly from father to son, from mother to daughter. Giggles by the bucket-load, a touch of the macabre, magical transformations and fantastic live music bring to life stories such as The Hunchback and the Swan and The Girl and the Boots.
PREVIEWS: FRI 14 + SAT 15 OCTOBER £8 TUE 18 - SAT 29 OCTOBER 7.45PM TUE - THU £11 (£7) / FRI + SAT £15 (£11)
‘ We were like movie stars – I used to imagine we didn’t walk, we glided – now all we do is stumble – it wasn’t meant to be like this.’
A TRON THEATRE COMPANY + THEATRE JEZEBEL CO-PRODUCTION
DAYSOFWINE AND ROSES IN A NEW VERSION BY
DIRECTED + DESIGNED BY KENNY MILLER
WITH KEITH FLEMING + SALLY REID
Donal and Morna leave Belfast for a new start in ‘60s London. Strangers in an unfamiliar city, they fall in love with life, each other and the drink. An exciting whirlwind of discovery starts to spiral out of control as alcohol takes its grip. Theatre Jezebel brings its third production to the Tron following on from its success with Neil LaBute’s Autobahn and John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt. This adaption by Owen McCafferty of Days of Wine and Roses was first produced at the Donmar Warehouse to critical acclaim in 2005. JP Miller’s version was famously filmed in 1962 with Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick in the main roles. 8
‘…a classy production worthy of repeat viewing.’ ★★★★★ THE HERALD on AUTOBAHN
‘…all three leading characters are brilliantly played... Keith Fleming superbly ambiguous as Father Flynn, and Sally Reid heartrending as the naive and idealistic young Sister James.’ ★★★★ THE SCOTSMAN on DOUBT 9
GLASGAY! – SCOTLAND’S ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF QUEER CULTURE 15 OCTOBER - 12 NOVEMBER 2011 www.glasgay.com
TUE 4 - SAT 8 OCTOBER 7.45PM TUE - THU £11 (£7) / FRI + SAT £15 (£11)
WED 2 - SAT 5 NOVEMBER 7.45PM
COMMUNICADO IN A CO-PRODUCTION WITH NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND PRESENTS
MATINEES THU 3 + SAT 5, 2.30PM WED + THU £11 (£7) / FRI + SAT £15 (£11)
CALUM’SROAD ADAPTED BY DAVID HARROWER FROM THE NOVEL BY ROGER HUTCHINSON DIRECTED BY GERRY MULGREW
Based on Roger Hutchison’s elegiac novel of the same name, Scots playwright David Harrower offers audiences the richly detailed and unhurried description of a dying way of life in northern Raasay.
wheelbarrow to build a road that will connect up the island. His daughter has been forced to board at secondary school on Skye and now Calum’s not having it any more. He wants to turn the tide of neglect and indifference and keep his family – and community – together. His unpaid labour of love was to dominate the last 20 years of Calum’s life and leave behind a legacy – both practical and poetic – carved into the landscape he loved.
Calum’s Road has become the stuff of modern folklore. It is the remarkable true story of one man’s single-minded determination to challenge the powersthat-be and is touring to stages across Scotland for the first time.
A GLASGAY! COMMISSION WORLD PREMIERE
Calum MacLeod, having battled the inaction of authorities on Raasay for years, sets off alone with a pick, a shovel and a
EDWIN MORGAN’S DREAMS AND OTHER NIGHTMARES BY LIZ LOCHHEAD DIRECTED BY LIZ LOCHHEAD + ANDY ARNOLD IMAGE: SANDY MOFFAT
‘Do you ever wonder whether a person could lead two utterly different lives without either self being aware of the other?’ EDWIN MORGAN
Edwin Morgan’s last room in a nursing home in the West End of Glasgow. Everything’s reduced to the barest essentials of just a bed, a wheelchair and a desk. On a dark ordinary Friday afternoon in winter, middle-aged James, the poet’s biographer, his friend and helper, there to
do routine admin with the frail eightyseven-year old, hears this urgent question from a deeply disturbed Morgan. Who then recounts a series of vivid dreams – nightmares – which have been afflicting him. Images, poems, remembered lovers, regrets, rough trade, propositions accepted or propositions avoided, truths, desires, lives, surround this bed, a Secret Gay History of Glasgow. And James, the listener, is disturbed too, stuck there like a reluctant interpreter/psychiatrist/amateur Freudian, trapped in his task...
GLASGAY! – SCOTLAND’S ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF QUEER CULTURE
15 OCTOBER - 12 NOVEMBER 2011
SAT 22 OCT 10PM £15 (£11)
TUE 18 - SAT 22 OCT 8PM £9 (£7) MATINEE SAT 2.30PM
RANDOM ACCOMPLICE PRESENTS
BLOWN BY A FAN...! Scotland’s favourite kilted treasure puts the wind in your willows! After his last smash-hit, tour that sold out throughout the UK and in Australia, South-east Asia, South Africa and even in Switzerland, Craig breezes back to the Tron with his new show in an exhilarating evening of pure-and-simple comedy. Sometimes wickedly provocative and always outrageously cheeky, treat yourself to an uplifting hour of fun from the fabulous comedian that the Scotsman called “a revelation”. Book early!
BY JOHNNY McKNIGHT PERFORMED BY TONI FRUTIN
New neighbours have moved in at 41 Primrose Place and they’ve caught Susan’s attention. She’s unsure of their African Marigolds in the front garden, can’t understand why they’d have a light blue couch and don’t even get her started on the mop bucket they’ve just carried in (it’s never been used). However, she does find the couple rather nice, too nice perhaps... and No. 33 agrees, her blinds haven’t stopped twitching since they moved in. Something is going on behind their closed door, something bad, dirty, unspeakable and Susan is determined to find out exactly what it is.
‘Riotously funny…He’s that rare thing, a naturally funny comedian.’ THE INDEPENDENT
Love Hurts… sometimes keeping up with the neighbours is murder.
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WED 2 - SAT 12 NOV 8PM £9 (£7)
FRI 4 NOV 10PM £14 (£10)
GLUE BOY BLUES
BY DEREK McLUCKIE DIRECTED BY PAULINE GOLDSMITH
Glue Boy Blues is a rites of passage, visionary journey, recounted in swirling, psychedelic prose by a glue sniffing, ex-evangelical, secret Judy Garland fan, who falls helplessly in love with his two best pals. All three get swallowed by this serpent that grows oot a glue can doon the Killmowie swingpark. Within this hallucinatory world clouds turn into Pegasus, best friends attempt rape and the bible blasts oot a crisp bag. Eftir Jesus ‘n’ the glue, thurz only Judy, Billie, Bessie ‘n’ the Glue Boy Blues. A one-man, multi-media theatre piece, incorporating text, projected illustration, Glezga dialect, song, dance, drama ‘n’ some comedy anaw.
Combining her quirky hit songs with cheesy charity shop records and a wardrobe of synthetic outfits, Lorraine Bowen sings and celebrates the 70th anniversary of polyester! It’s a funny cabaret catwalk show and perfect for a Friday night! Join Lorraine, Kays catalogue-style dancers and a geeky scientist in this passionate polyester homage and why not dress up for the occasion in your favourite polyester or synthetic outfit! But... no lighters!
‘Helping to inject the exotica into suburbia, and more laughter into a rib-tickling evening, she is exactly what she appears to be: a kitsch, tongue-in-cheek lounge singer and instantly likeable.” THE ARGUS, BRIGHTON
THU 10 - SAT 12 NOVEMBER 7.45PM
TUE 15 - SAT 19 NOVEMBER 7.45PM
THU £11 (£7) / FRI + SAT £15 (£11)
MATINEE SAT 2.30PM TUE - THU £11 (£7) / FRI + SAT £15 (£11)
DIRECTED BY JOSH ARMSTRONG
DAVID LANG WORLD TO COME SCOTTISH PREMIERE DAVID LANG THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL PASSION PULITZER PRIZE WINNER
PILOT THEATRE COMPANY + YORK THEATRE ROYAL PRESENT IMAGE: TOMMY GA-KEN WAN
THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL PASSION
BLACKBIRD BY DAVID HARROWER
DIRECTED BY KATIE POSNER
DESIGNED BY LYDIA DENNO
An evening of music, theatre and film exploring the power of faith, hope and transformation. World to Come explores man’s spellbinding journey from this world to the next. Performed by cellist Oliver Coates, artist-in-residence at the Southbank Centre, with film commissioned from Irish artist Jack Phelan.
‘…demands an open ear, an open mind and an open heart…’ RICHARD McBEE
The Little Match Girl Passion combines Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Match Girl and J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew’s Passion in a simple, yet powerful, story interpreted through dance and music. Performed by dancer Emma Snellgrove, and singers Nicola Corbishley, Clare Wilkinson, Chris Watson and Jimmy Holliday.
‘an entrancing beautiful piece.’ THE GUARDIAN
Why now? Why here? What does she want from him? He was 40. She was 12. It wasn’t right, but despite what they said he was never ‘one of those’. Ray has done his time. Now, 15 years later, he just wants to get on with his new life. But today she has come and found him again.
George Costigan (Emmerdale, Rita, Sue and Bob Too) takes on the role of Ray in this unflinching portrait of two people trying to make sense of a painful past. Winner of the 2007 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play.
‘Neither condoning nor condemning, Harrower has produced a fine, thought-provoking piece on a taboo subject.’ THE INDEPENDENT
MAIN AUDITORIUM PREVIEWS: FRI 2 - SUN 4 DECEMBER TUE 6 - SAT 31 DECEMBER £8 - £17 SAT 10 2.30PM
WED 14 7.30PM
FAMILY TICKET £48 (£38 OFF-PEAK)
Mister Merlin’s magic is mince if he doesn’t have his wand – a family heirloom handed down through many Merlin generations. The Great Bahooky’s magic has always been mince – so stealing Mister Merlin’s wand, helped (or is it hindered?) by his side-kick Bumble, is part of his cunning plan for wizard world domination. What he didn’t bank on was Merlin having a guardian angel, in the guise of The Govan Fairy; or two plucky puppet pals Peter and Penny prepared to brave Clabber Castle’s haunted garden to get the wand back. Last performed in 1989, Peter & Penny’s Panto is given a modern day makeover by original creator Alex Norton. Altogether now allyballysugarallyeentyteentyhaligolum! ILLUSTRATION: MICHAEL COLLIN
SAT 10 DECEMBER 12 NOON - 1.30PM £6
FOR AGES 8 - 12
Mister Merlin’s lost his wand – and guess who’s got it – we have! Abracadabra, alacazam we’ve got magical powers to do what we can! Join us for this fun drama workshop creating our own panto mayhem using imaginations, props, costume and music. It’ll be pure magic!
WED 31 AUG - SAT 3 SEPT 8PM £9 (£7)
TUE 27 SEPT - SAT 1 OCT 7.30PM £10 MATINEE SAT 2.30PM
ROYAL CONSERVATOIRE OF SCOTLAND (KNOWN AS THE ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA UNTIL 1 SEPT 2011) IN COLLABORATION WITH
INSIDE OUT PRODUCTIONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH UPSTAGE THEATRE PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
PLAYWRIGHTS’ STUDIO SCOTLAND
ELEGIES FOR ANGELS, PUNKS AND RAGING QUEENS
NEW WORKS A ground-breaking new writing project; four of Scotland’s top playwrights have been commissioned to write new plays working with performers and directors of the Masters Classical and Contemporary Text programme.
BOOK AND LYRICS BY BILL RUSSELL MUSIC BY JANET HOOD
A celebration of lives lost to AIDS told in free-verse monologues with a blues, jazz and rock score. Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens tells the tale from the point of view of some 30 individuals who died as a result of contracting AIDS, from the regular Joe who dropped into a brothel, to a granny who was given an infected blood transfusion.
WED 31 AUG + FRI 2 SEPT
SCAVENGERS BY DAVEY ANDERSON MOTHER MARIA BY ANN MARIE DI MAMBRO THUR 1 + SAT 3 SEPT
THE BENDS BY IAIN F MACLEOD LIBERTY EQUALITY FRATERNITY BY PAMELA CARTER
‘…an emotionally potent, highly theatrical evening which offers…the healing power of laughter and tears.’ BACKSTAGE, NEW YORK
For more details about each play visit www.tron.co.uk
WED 7 - SAT 10 SEPT 8PM £9 (£7) conFAB PRESENTS
HEARTS UNSPOKEN DIRECTED BY SAM ROWE
Around the world the topic of homosexuality remains controversial and divisive. For many, the unrelenting persecution in their homeland leads them to seek refugee in the west. But too often the second stage of their struggle has only just begun… Based on interviews with gay male asylum seekers and refugees, Hearts Unspoken brings together stories of unimaginable adversity and perseverance. Opinionated, angry, deeply moving and ultimately inspiring these are the tales of those caught out by the cruelties of global and sexual politics. POST SHOW DISCUSSION THU 8 SEPT
WED 5 - SAT 8 OCT 8PM £9 (£7) THE OCCASIONAL CABARET + CLANCY PRODUCTIONS PRESENT
APOCALYPSE: A GLAMOROUSLY UGLY CABARET Crawling and scratching their way up from the gutters and swamps of society, Gdjet and Lulu present an evening of anarchic entertainment. Armed with only stools, microphones, a red curtain and a spotlight, they reveal the truth behind the bedtime stories we are told by those who wish us to continue our 21st century sleep... Are they fallen angels sent here to warn us or desperate charlatans playing one last con? Highly visual, bitingly original, with humour as black as midnight, Apocalypse combines satire, music, song and grotesquery in an anarchic evening of spectacular mayhem.
WED 14 - SAT 17 SEPT 8.30PM £8(£6) LINDEN TREE PRESENTS
SEPTEMBER SONGS: THE MUSIC OF KURT WEILL Oh, the days dwindle down to a precious few September, November And these few precious days I’ll spend with you These precious days I’ll spend with you
Ronnie Simon directs an eclectic mix of Berlin cabaret songs and the dark gems of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill such as Pirate Jenny and Surabaya Johnny plus classics from The Great American Songbook: September Song, Speak Low and of course Mack the Knife. Linden Tree presents September Songs: The Music of Kurt Weill a one-woman cabaret starring Joyce Falconer (River City).
WED 23 - SAT 26 NOV 8PM £9 (£7)
CHRISTINE BOVILL CABARET Fresh from a full week run at the Edinburgh Festival in the National Library of Scotland, Christine Bovill returns to the Tron for a four night run. The award-winning singersongwriter acknowledges a wide range of influences which have helped her evolve into a world class singer. Part folk rock, part jazz, Bovill beguilingly beckons you into her Parisian scented twilight world with a beautiful mix of sounds. She will lovingly bathe you in tones of dark velvet, with songs from Broadway, Montmartre and her debut album Derby Street... with a surprise guest or two along the way.
‘A star is born!’ GLASGOW HERALD 20
SUN 16 OCT 7PM £3 POORBOY PRESENTS
POORBOY LAB: EXTRACTS FROM THE PLAYERS’ HAMLET Shakespeare’s play about plays and players is given some wild, rough love by the Poorboy Ensemble in an ambitious re-imagining. A celebration of the Bard by Poorboy’s crossdisciplinary membership and a public outing for the first stage of development in a major new company project. This affectionate embracing of the Hamlet Bad Quarto with storms, songs, a live soundtrack and outrageous sleight of hand also celebrates the launch of the next stage of Poorboy’s evolution as it becomes The Bell Rock Co. NOTE: Performance suitable for 18+
SUN 16 OCT 8PM £20
FRANCIS DUNNERY: THE ASTROLOGY SHOW Rock icon Francis Dunnery (lead singer and guitarist with prog rock band It Bites), brings his latest creation to the Tron, The Astrology Show, a brand new format combining music, psychology and astrology, all performed with Dunnery’s wicked sense of humour and revealing psychological insights. Highlighting the main personality traits of the twelve zodiac signs, Dunnery uses his beautiful songwriting skills, supported by vocalist Dorie Jackson, to create a show that is often hilarious, but also deeply moving and extremely philosophical.
THE VICTORIAN BAR PLAYS HOST TO A MIX OF CABARET, COMEDY AND MUSIC
SAT 3 - SAT 24 DECEMBER FAMILY TICKET £16.50 - £26
£7.50 (£6.50 6 - 9, 13- 16 DEC)
FOR AGES 3 - 6
SEE PAGE 31 FOR PERFORMANCE TIMES
TRON THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS
SAT 27 AUG, 5 NOV 8.30PM £10
WED 7 SEP, 5 OCT, 2 NOV 8.30PM £2
UPSTAGE PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
WORD FACTORY PRESENTS
THE SUPPER CLUB CABARET
Join Upstage Theatre Productions and immerse yourself in a past-time of cabaret fun and your supper in a basket. Themes vary every cabaret and food is included in the ticket price.
Word Factory’s open mic performance event, with a featured performer and acoustic musician, is an opportunity for you to showcase your work, be it poetry or prose. The Word Factory will also perform work as a group during the evening.
SUN 28 AUG, 18 SEP, 23 OCT 4-7PM £15 INSIDEOUT PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
A SONG, A SIP AND A SANDWICH With songs from the best in musical theatre, including Wicked, Avenue Q and Les Miserables, banter, a wee tipple and some nibbles, the Vic Bar is the perfect setting for this new cabaret night.
SUN 4 SEPT, 2 OCT, 6 NOV 3-5PM £7(£5)
SAT 8 OCT 8.30PM £5
LOST IN DIGRESSION Return to the back-waters of Digression. Join the nancy boys, supertramps & antiheroes for another night of music, poetry, stand-up and missed opportunity. For anyone who ever digressed and never quite found their way back.
RHYMES WITH PURPLE PRESENTS
SUN 13 NOV 7.30PM £5
DR SKETCHY’S ANTI-ART SCHOOL
Indulge Stella Litchfield and Stephen Adam and join them for an evening of cabaret.
Dr Sketchy’s models are burlesque stars, contortionists, fire-jugglers, tattooed beefcakes, cabaret artistes and sideshow freaks and their snappy poses are accompanied by live music, interspersed with performances and competitions. Basic art materials are available.
INDULGE ME... A CABARET
PLEASE NOTE ALL EVENTS IN THE VICTORIAN BAR ARE 18YRS+
SUN 16 OCT 7.30PM £7(£5) THE GLASGOW CABARET FESTIVAL + FRANK’S WILD BAND PRESENT
AFTER HOURS AT THE END OF TIME
SPECIAL DAYTIME NURSERY PERFORMANCES AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT DECEMBER CALL THE BOX OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON 0141 552 4267
MODEL: MICHAEL COLLIN
Twas the night after Christmas All the presents unwrapped Santa and Rudolph away for a nap We know they’ll be hungry when they wake from their sleep Why don’t we make them a nice tasty treat? Two elves do the cooking A feast to prepare Grab a knife and a fork And we’ll see you there...
‘When the dust and cigarette ash settled, Frank was still swaying but he was upright. Some say it was the shock that left him swaying to and fro like that; some say it was that he caught the wind more readily than your typical bum; still others insisted that it had most to do with the almost entirely empty bottle of chartreuse in his inside jacket pocket. When the alarms had sounded and the order ‘Evacuate’ had been given, most people fled the land: Frank must have thought they meant the bottle.’ At this one-off event, Frank’s Wild Band provide a tribute, not just to the music of Tom Waits but to the heady and varied atmospheres evoked by his work. At times nostalgic, funny, raucous and occasionally vaguely disturbing; welcome to the gig at the end of the Earth.
SAVE THE FUTURE OF THE TRON PANTO!
Thanks to: Jonathan Watson, Angela Darcy, Khaliq Ahmed, Lucy Mills, Sally Reid (L-R).
For more information on The Big Give Christmas Challenge go to: www.thebiggive.org.uk
REMEMBER, REMEMBER THE 5TH OF DECEMBER Save the future of the Tron Panto and double your donation PHOTO: JOHN JOHNSTON
With its own particular Glasgow slant on the traditional pantomime, the Tron Christmas panto has become an institution and is a major highlight of the city’s festive celebrations. We now need your help to ensure the future of this well loved family event and accompanying education programme for generations to come.
From 10am on Monday 5th December every pound you give will be doubled by matched funding from our friends at the Big Give Christmas Challenge
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Our long-standing Corporate Sponsor for the Christmas Panto has had to withdraw their support due to the current economic climate and as a result, the future of this annual event is now at risk. In order to maintain our heavily subsidised ticket prices (with children’s tickets starting from as little as £7) and our free schools education pack and workshop programme we need to raise £20,000 a year until a new Corporate Sponsor can be secured.
Between the 5th - 9th December 2011 the Tron will be taking part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge to raise money for the 2012 Panto. This fundraising initiative will allow us to access funds to match the amount raised online by our supporters during this week. Every penny makes a difference and we’ll be sending out more information about the challenge and how you can get involved nearer the time.
With our audiences’ support we can continue to offer this special Christmas experience at affordable prices, without compromising on the artistic quality. Everyone deserves to have a magical memory of Christmas and donations to the Tron’s ‘Save Our Panto’ appeal during The Big Give Christmas Challenge will guarantee that we can continue to make this happen for many years to come.
Help us make sure that the panto magic continues for future generations Simply log on to www.tron.co.uk and leave us your email and we’ll remind you to donate on the 5th December
Attending a panto is most people’s first experience of theatre and a memory that stays in the mind long after the event.
EVER WONDERED WHAT TRON PARTICIPATION IS ALL ABOUT? AIM: To provide opportunities to participate in art activities regardless of age, ability or background.
WHY: To encourage the behaviour of theatregoing as both audience and artist because we believe participating in cultural activity enriches your life.
HOW: Participating in our program can lead to developing new skills, meeting new people and embarking on a life-long relationship with the Tron.
TRON SKILLSHOPS is the youth theatre strand. Our 13-17 year olds created Project Branded a full scale production exploring the question of what would happen if we were all the same. ‘The evening must rank as one of the most profound experiences I’ve had at the theatre. Right from my early unwitting acceptance as I was met by the project team and bar-coded, to the final moments, my attention was grabbed and held throughout.’ JONATHAN LISTER, TRON PATRON
Younger Skillshop members (all 45 of them!) worked together to create the magical story The Curious Tale of Oak Tree Grove, daring you to believe in the fairies at the bottom of your garden.
Five participants from our adult creative writing group WRITE TRON learnt the craft of playwriting in one-to-one sessions with tutor Stephen Barnes and workshops with community drama company Tron Studio. The Page to Stage Festival provided a platform for them to see Tron Studio perform their work for the first time.
TRON PARTICIPATION ON GLOW
TRON WORKSHOPS: MORE DETAILS ONLINE
New Drama Officer Deborah McArthur joined the team in April. She will work on a range of projects including developing the Tron Theatre’s presence on GLOW, the national Scottish schools intranet page where a whole range of online resources will be available from August.
September will see the launch of the new class programme with a host of participation activities for all ages on offer:
TINY TALES: 6-24 months plus parent/carer TALL TALES: 3-5 years plus parent/carer SKILLSHOPS: 5-7yrs, 8-12yrs + 13-17yrs TRON YOUNG COMPANY: 18-25yrs
Please check out the participation page on the Tron website for further details on all the classes, dates and how to book
TRON STUDIO: adult drama company
TRON OPEN DAY: Sunday 15th January 2012
WRITE TRON: adult creative writing group
TRON YOUNG COMPANY worked with director Lisa Gregan, with Artistic Director Andy Arnold acting as group mentor, to create a new piece of theatre as part of the Mayfesto season. Inspired by Edwin Morgan’s work, From A City Balcony was about the people, the places and the stories found in his poetry. ‘Director Lisa Gregan and her young team of actors create something warm, funny, deep and truthful. The material inspires an extraordinary series of poised and humorous performances from its young and gifted cast, with none of the unevenness that so often weakens youth theatre work.’
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April - June 2011 was the culmination of a year’s activity for Tron Participation; with five of our core groups supported to produce and present new work.
‘Congratulations to you and all involved in the show last night – it was very good indeed… it brought to life for me the value of your work at the Tron what it can contribute to the education and wellbeing of young people.’
Joyce McMillan, THE SCOTSMAN
These projects were in addition to our ongoing workshop programme. ‘My experience of the education programme at the Tron Theatre has been nothing short of life-changing. The supportive environment created at the Tron permits a positive atmosphere in which creativity, freedom of expression and self discovery are able to flourish… I feel very privileged and very grateful to have been afforded these opportunities at such a young age, and with no previous experience.’
FESTIVE DINING AT THE TRON
10% OFF PRE-THEATRE MENU
It is never too early to get your festive dining plans organised. Whether you’re booking to see one of our Christmas shows and fancy a bite to eat before the performance, or you’re the designated office party coordinator tasked with finding the perfect venue for a festive jolly, the Tron is the place to eat, drink and be merry this Christmas.
Feedback from customers indicates that they love our pre-theatre dining discounts – so we’re continuing to offer 10% off food bills to all diners who are booked in to see an autumn season show. Let the catering team know you’ll be attending a show when you book, and they will ensure you’re wined and dined before the curtain goes up.*
The Vic Bar is a great venue for a private party – and we’ve played host to everything from corporate events and wrap parties to family celebrations. The team can organise catering and refreshments to suit both your occasion and your budget. For more information visit www.tron.co.uk or call Sally Dorian on 0141 552 8587 to discuss your booking requirements.
ANDREW McKIE, TRON YOUNG COMPANY MEMBER *TERMS + CONDITIONS: Offer only applies between 31st August and the 26th November on the Tron’s evening menu. Subject to availability. Valid theatre tickets must be presented and discount only applies on date shown on purchased tickets.
TRON THEATRE ACCESS CURATED BY GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
The Tron Theatre is committed to being an accessible venue and our public areas are fully accessible for those with limited mobility. Facilities include ramps, elevators, adapted toilets and auditorium seating. In addition, we are committed to programming Audio Described, Signed and Captioned performances. Please let us know if you have any specific access requirements and we will do our utmost to accommodate them. This brochure is available in large print format.
performance. BSL interpreters provide a linguistic and artistic interpretation. The interpreter mostly stands to one side of the stage but sometimes interpreters are involved in the staging or the performance. We have no restricted view between our seats and the stage. All our seats are suitable to see the signer. BSL performances:
Days of Wine and Roses Wed 26 Oct, 7.45pm Blackbird Sat 19 Nov, 2.30pm Mister Merlin Sat 10 Dec, 2.30pm
AUDIO DESCRIBED performances
ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES Rachel Duckhouse, Untitled, etching + screenprint, 30.5 x 30.5cm Ken Currie, Statement, etching, 30 x 40cm
Peter Howson, Bodygaurd, Published by Glasgow Print Studio. Copyright the artist.
11 OCT - 11 DEC
13 DEC - 12 FEB
Duckhouse explores through the use of abstract and geometric forms, investigating the relationships between drawing and printing. She creates graphical and layered compositions of shapes and her approach is repetitive in a manner that explores the spaces that are sculptural yet flat, simple yet complex. Although her work mostly begins with drawing, it often develops into a process whereby drawing, screenprinting and collage converge and inform each other.
Currie’s images have moved from a philosophical outlook which had strong positive dimensions to one characterized by his own term “rational despair”. He has a fatalistic view about human nature and Currie’s art reflects “The Dark Times” the present world is living through – his titles alone give warning of this. Currie is undoubtedly one of the most powerful and evocative artists of our time.
9 AUG - 9 OCT
Peter Howson studied at Glasgow School of Art between 1975 and 1981 alongside Ken Currie, Adrian Wisniewski and Steven Campbell, before returning to complete his Masters in 1979. In 1993 he was appointed the official war artist for Bosnia, where he produced some of his most shocking and controversial work detailing the atrocities, which were taking place at the time.
Works by these artists and many more are available at Glasgow Print Studio,Trongate 103, G1 5HD. 0141 552 0704 www.gpsart.co.uk An internationally acclaimed centre of excellence in fine art printmaking, Glasgow Print Studio is located in Glasgow’s new centre for the arts and creativity Trongate 103, the organisation is registered as a charity in Scotland, is foundation funded by Creative Scotland and supported by Glasgow City Council.
CAPTIONING is similar to television subtitling and gives Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people access to live performances. A captioner carefully prepares and cues text that appears in real time on units placed to the side of the stage, centrally or within the set. While we advise sitting in the front section of our auditorium, we have no restricted view between our seats and the stage.
Days of Wine and Roses Thu 27 Oct, 7.45pm
BSL interpreted performances allow people who are Deaf or for whom British Sign Language is their first or preferred language access to live
Audio Described Performances:
Days of Wine and Roses Wed 26 Oct, 7.45pm Mister Merlin Wed 14 Dec, 7.30pm
TEXT PHONE: 18001 0141 552 4267 Online: www.tron.co.uk (we cannot always provide specific seating online). Wheelchair spaces are available in all our performance venues. Infra-red headsets for onstage sound amplification and an Induction Loop are available in the Main Auditorium.
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY At the Tron we believe we have a responsibility towards our environment and local community. We actively look at ways to introduce or improve our practices to reduce our impact on the world around us:
All our tickets are printed on FSC stock and we use recycled paper wherever we can.
All our electricity comes from renewable sources and we reduced our CO2 emissions by over 30 tonnes between 2007 and 2010.
Our disposable cups are made from plant starch, not plastic; our tea, coffee, sugar and hot chocolate are all Fair Trade and all our food is locally sourced.
support people who are blind or partially sighted to access live performance. An audio-describer meets audience members to introduce set and characters by providing a verbal description which continues during the performance via a headset. Sometimes there is a touch tour of the set and costumes before the performance.
It is not everything but it’s a start! To view our full policy visit the website: Underpinning the objectives of this policy is the Tron Theatre’s commitment to reducing the impact our activities have on the environment and continually improving our environmental practices as an integral and fundamental part of our business strategy and operating methods.
MAIN AUDITORIUM THU 1 FRI 2 SAT 3 SUN 4 WED 7 THU 8 FRI 9 SAT 10 TUE 13 WED 14 THU 15 FRI 16 SAT 17 SUN 18 TUE 20 WED 21 THU 22 FRI 23 SAT 24 TUE 27 WED 28 THU 29 FRI 30
CHANGING HOUSE VICTORIAN BAR
SAT 1 SUN 2 TUE 4 WED 5
KES 2.15PM + 7.45PM
ELEGIES FOR ANGELS… 2.30PM + 7.30PM DR SKETCHY 3-5PM
THU 6 FRI 7 SAT 8
CALUM’S ROAD 7.45PM CALUM’S ROAD 7.45PM TALL TALES FOR SMALL PEOPLE 2.30PM CALUM’S ROAD 7.45PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM (PREVIEW) DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM (PREVIEW) FRANCIS DUNNERY: ASTROLOGY SHOW 8PM POORBOY LAB 7PM AFTER HOURS AT THE END OF TIME 7.30PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM LOVE HURTS 8PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM LOVE HURTS 8PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM LOVE HURTS 8PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM LOVE HURTS 8PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM LOVE HURTS 2.30PM + 8PM CRAIG HILL: BLOWN BY A FAN…! 10PM A SONG, A SIP + A SANDWICH 4-7PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM DAYS OF WINE + ROSES 7.45PM
FRI 14 SAT 15 SUN 16 TUE 18 WED 19 THU 20 FRI 21 SAT 22 SUN 23 TUE 25 WED 26 THU 27 FRI 28 SAT 29
CHANGING HOUSE VICTORIAN BAR
NEW WORKS 8PM NEW WORKS 8PM NEW WORKS 8PM DR SKETCHY 3-5PM HEARTS UNSPOKEN 8PM WORD PLAY 8.30PM HEARTS UNSPOKEN 8PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM (PREVIEW) HEARTS UNSPOKEN 8PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM (PREVIEW) HEARTS UNSPOKEN 8PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM SEPTEMBER SONGS…8.30PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM SEPTEMBER SONGS…8.30PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM SEPTEMBER SONGS…8.30PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 2.30PM + 7.45PM SEPTEMBER SONGS…8.30PM A SONG, A SIP + A SANDWICH 4-7PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM MY ROMANTIC HISTORY 7.45PM ELEGIES FOR ANGELS… 7.30PM ELEGIES FOR ANGELS… 7.30PM KES 10.30AM & 7.45PM ELEGIES FOR ANGELS… 7.30PM KES 10.30AM & 7.45PM ELEGIES FOR ANGELS… 7.30PM
CALUM’S ROAD 7.45PM CALUM’S ROAD 7.45PM
CHANGING HOUSE VICTORIAN BAR SUPPER CLUB CABARET 8.30PM A SONG, A SIP + A SANDWICH 4-7PM NEW WORKS 8PM
APOCALYPSE 8PM WORD PLAY 8.30PM APOCALYPSE 8PM APOCALYPSE 8PM APOCALYPSE 8PM LOST IN DIGRESSION 8.30PM
MAIN AUDITORIUM SAT 27 SUN 28 WED 31
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FRI 2 SAT 3 SUN 4 TUE 6 WED 7 THU 8 FRI 9 SAT 10 SUN 11 TUE 13 WED 14 THU 15 FRI 16 SAT 17 SUN 18 TUE 20 WED 21 THU 22 FRI 23 SAT 24 MON 26 TUE 27 WED 28 THU 29 FRI 30 SAT 31
CHANGING HOUSE VICTORIAN BAR
EDWIN MORGAN’S DREAMS… 7.45PM
GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM WORD PLAY 8.30PM EDWIN MORGAN’S DREAMS… 2.30PM+7.45PM GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM EDWIN MORGAN’S DREAMS… 7.45PM GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM LORRAINE BOWEN: POLYESTER FIESTA 10PM EDWIN MORGAN’S DREAMS… 2.30PM+7.45PM GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM SUPPER CLUB CABARET 8.30PM DR SKETCHY 3-5PM GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM LITTLE MATCH GIRL PASSION 7.45PM GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM LITTLE MATCH GIRL PASSION 7.45PM GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM LITTLE MATCH GIRL PASSION 7.45PM GLUE BOY BLUES 8PM INDULGE ME 7.30PM BLACKBIRD 7.45PM BLACKBIRD 7.45PM BLACKBIRD 7.45PM BLACKBIRD 7.45PM BLACKBIRD 2.30PM + 7.45PM CHRISTINE BOVILL CABARET 8PM CHRISTINE BOVILL CABARET 8PM CHRISTINE BOVILL CABARET 8PM CHRISTINE BOVILL CABARET 8PM
AUTUMN SEASON 2011
MISTER MERLIN (PREVIEW) 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN (PREVIEW) 2.30PM+7.30PM MISTER MERLIN (PREVIEW) 1PM + 5PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 1PM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 2.30PM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 1PM + 5PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 1PM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 2.30PM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 1PM + 5PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 10AM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 5PM + 8PM MISTER MERLIN 1PM + 5PM MISTER MERLIN 1PM + 5PM MISTER MERLIN 2.30PM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 2.30PM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 2.30PM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 2.30PM + 7.30PM MISTER MERLIN 1PM + 5PM
CHANGING HOUSE VICTORIAN BAR NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM,1.15PM+3.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 1.15PM + 3.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM,1.15PM+3.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 1.15PM + 3.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM,1.15PM+3.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 1.15PM + 3.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM + 1.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM,1.15PM+3.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM,1.15PM+3.15PM NIGHT AFTERCHRISTMAS 10.30AM,1.15PM+3.15PM
The Tron Theatre retains the right to amend the programme as a result of unforeseen circumstances. All details are correct at time of going to press.
Published on Jul 14, 2011