Tour dates 2015FTH FalkirkPalace KilmarnockAdam Smith KirkcaldyMotherwell TheatreTown House HamiltonEden Court Inverness
Billy and Tim and the Holy GhostAw Whit!? God gives a dying Glasgow Ned the task of getting one bigot to persuade another bigot to give up sectarianism. If he succeeds he lives. If he fails he dies. Enter Billy and Tim and good luck to the Ned in persuading these two. Expect laughter, tears, and a few crazy surprises along the way.
Singin’ I’m No a Billy he’s a TimOn the day of a crunch Old Firm clash, a fan of each team winds up sharing a jail cell from which their only hope of escape is cash raised by bets on the match to pay their fines. While taking turns to watch the action on a TV visible through their cell door, the pair bicker their way through every entrenched cliché of ‘Scotland’s shame’ from religion to politics and national identity.
Independence DayThe good ship Britannia has gone down. All that remains is a single life belt emblazoned with a Scottish saltire and the word 'Caledonia'. If there's anyone still alive on the ocean, their only hope of survival is hanging onto that ring. But what happens if you don't get on with your fellow survivors? And what else is lurking in the dark water?Strathclyde Theatre Group in partnership with Goldfish Theatre Company and Scenegeneering are proud to present the world premier of Des Dillon's fast paced and innovative new comedy. This will be presented as the opening production of Glasgow's newest venue – Webster’s Theatre in Kelvinbridge.