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Cancellation – The Stripped Sessions, A Band Called Quinn

June 20, 2014

We’re really sorry to say that the gig by A Band Called Quinn, which was due to take place on Saturday 28th June at Websters Theatre has been cancelled.

We know that many people will be disappointed and we can only apologise for any inconvenience this causes any of our customers.  Unfortunately, scheduling problems have meant the gig can no longer go ahead this month.

We have refunded any tickets already purchased back to the customers affected and the show will be taken off our listings page.

There are still plenty of other opportunities to catch this fantastic art pop band in the coming months throughout Scotland, though, so do check out their website.

Biding Time (remix) is part of this year’s Made In Scotland showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

On at the Dissection Hall at Summerhall on the 5th – 9th, 12th – 13th, 17th, 19th-21st, 23rd of August at 10:20pm. (£12/ £9)

Previews: 5th & 6th August (£6)

Sponsored by LaChunky Recording Studios supported by Arts & Business Scotland.

Owl John – sold out!

June 19, 2014

Well, as expected, this has proved to be a pretty popular gig and we’ve now sold out of our allocation of tickets for the show.

Apologies to anyone left disappointed this time round.  :(  Unfortunately, even our fantastic venue is only so big and we’ve used up every single ticket we could sell for this one.

For those lucky enough to get tickets – enjoy the gig.  It’s going to be an amazing night.

Critically acclaimed “Blackout” opens Tuesday

June 9, 2014

We’re thrilled to be hosting New Room Theatre at Websters this Tuesday, 10th June, for their critically acclaimed verbatim piece “Blackout”.

Blackout debuted at The Arches in Glasgow in 2013 and is an honest insight into drinking and recovery, devised from interviews with recovering alcoholics, including the writer.

The show has just completed a tremendously successful run in Edinburgh, including 4 star reviews from Mark Fisher in The Scotsman and Thom Dibdin for All Edinburgh Theatre.

The show is playing for one night only at Websters Theatre, 416 Great Western Road, Glasgow (just by Kelvinbridge Underground Station) so why not book your tickets now for an honest, unflinching, funny, touching, raw, real theatre experience like no other.

You can book tickets here or by popping into the box office on Tuesday night at Websters.

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