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Still Game

  • Cast: Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill

The stage version of Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill's TV sitcom of ageing disgracefully, starring Ford Kiernan as Jack Jarvis and Greg Hemphill as Victor McDade.

The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Thu 2 Oct

£30–£45 / 0141 248 3000

That'll Be the Day

Step back in time with a brand new edition of the popular touring show, and hear rock'n'roll hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Thu 2 Oct

£25 / 01322 220000

  • 19:30

£29 (£25) / 01322 220000

  • 19:30


Party like you're in Bavaria, minus the plane fare. Drink the beer, eat the bratwurst, wear the lederhosen and party the night away, stein in hand. There's even a family-friendly Sunday lunch for the kinder.

West Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh

Thu 2 Oct

Free on Wednesdays; £5 Thursday, Friday and Sunday; £10 Saturday / 07435 428290

  • 16:00 – 23:00

Bounce And Rhyme

Drop in session with action songs, rhymes and stories that help children’s literacy and numeracy. Suitable for under 3s.

Library at The Bridge, Glasgow

Thu 2 Oct

Free / 0141 276 9712

  • 13:00

Springburn Library, Glasgow

Thu 2 Oct

Free / 0141 276 1690

  • 12:15

Whiteinch Library, Glasgow

Thu 2 Oct

Free / 0141 276 0695

  • 13:30

Billy Connolly: High Horse

The Big Yin of Scottish stand-up takes a break from all that globe-trotting and acting for a Scottish stand-up tour. A rare chance to see live what made him famous. Connolly's talent for spinning a great yarn began back in his 1960s folkie days, when his sets veered off from music to storytelling. Since then, he's…

Perth Concert Hall

Thu 2 Oct

Sold out / 01738 621031

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Dreamboats And Miniskirts

  • Written by: Maurice Gran

Musical sequel to Dreamboats And Petticoats written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, which follows an aspiring vocal duo, who must adapt their style to succeed during the advent of the Beatles and the Mersey sound. Featuring the hits Twist & Shout, Handy Man, Pretty Woman and One Fine Day.

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

Thu 2 Oct

£14–£33.50 / 01274 432000

  • 19:30

Billboard for Edinburgh: Charles Avery

The Ingleby's 25th artist to take part in their art-for-all public installation is Charles Avery, with We Don't Stay Here Because of Gravity.

Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh

Thu 2 Oct

24 hours / Free / 0131 556 4441

The Ark a Project by Bear Cub Gallery

Art on a theme of conservation.

Crypt On The Green, St James', London EC1R

Thu 2 Oct


  • 11:00 – 19:00

Scotcampus Freshers' Festival

Entertainment and information for new students, with free buses running to and from the event in the SECC. Find out all about work and play with over 140 exhibitors presenting info on fashion, health, lifestyle and employment as well as live DJs, exclusive discounts and freebies.

SECC, Glasgow

Thu 2 Oct

Free / 0141 221 6241

  • 10:00 – 16:00

An Evening with Royal Blind and LK Bennett

Fashion, prosecco and nibbles with the Royal Blinde team, plus L K Bennett are offering 20% discount on purchases made on the night. All proceeds directly to the Royal Blind.

LK Bennett, Edinburgh

Thu 2 Oct

£10 / 0131 229 1456

  • 18:30 – 20:30
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Modern Toss: A Decade in the Sh*thouse

Britain's premier cult cartoonists and animators Modern Toss bring their unique brand of stylishly cack-handed drawing and precision satire to Forge & Co for a celebration of ten years at the forefront of the groundbreaking shit scribbling business.

Forge & Co, London E1

Thu 2 Oct

Free / 020 7729 0007

  • 11:00 – 21:00

An Evening with Sir Roger Moore

Interviewed by Gareth Owen, Hollywood legend, knight and raconteur Sir Roger Moore candidly discusses his life and career, from The Saint and The Persuaders to his stint as 007 and beyond. Followed by an audience Q&A.

Churchill Theatre, Bromley

Thu 2 Oct

£26 / 08441 717620

Bose Urban Conductor Event

An interactive listening experience designed by Bose where participants can mix their own track and test out the latest range of Bose headphones. There's also a chance to view a gallery of digital content and visual art created by up and coming music artists.

Elys Yard, London E1

Thu 2 Oct


VIP event. Tickets won by competition ballot.

  • 19:00 – 21:30

Anything Goes

Loudoun Musical Society present Cole Porter's musical following the madcap antics aboard an ocean liner bound from New York to London. Includes such songs as 'Anything Goes', 'You’re the Top' and 'I Get a Kick Out of You'.

Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock

Thu 2 Oct

£14–£16 / 01563 554900

  • 19:30


Play based on Pat Barker's 1991 novel about Siegfried Sasson and his fellow officers, and the treatment they received at Craiglockhart hospital during WWI.

King's Theatre, Edinburgh

Thu 2 Oct

£14–£29.50 / 0131 529 6000

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Stick Man

  • Directed by: Sally Cookson
  • Written by: Benji Bower (music)

A show about a family of stick people. Presented by Scamp Theatre. Ages 3+.

Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea

Thu 2 Oct


  • 13:30
  • 16:30

Dirty Dusting

Three senior cleaning ladies embark on a brand new business venture together – a telephone sex line.

Towngate Theatre, Basildon

Thu 2 Oct

£20 (£18.50) / 01268 465465

  • 19:30

Sunset Song

Marking a hundred years since the start of WWI, Sell a Door Theatre Company revives Alastair Cording’s faithful adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s classic story, recently voted Scotland’s most popular novel of all time.

macrobert, Stirling

Thu 2 Oct

£14 (£12.50; Students £5.50) / 01786 466666

  • 19:30

Ha Ha Hood

  • Written by: Ben Langley

The tale of Robin Hood with a comedy twist from writer Ben Langley

Beck Theatre, Hayes

Thu 2 Oct

£21 (£20) / 020 8561 8371

  • 19:30

Jersey Boys

The electrifying true life story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

Palace Theatre, Manchester

Thu 2 Oct

£18–£53.50 / 0844 847 2275

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Blockbuster: The Musical

A family musical featuring classic rock hits from the 1970s by artists such as Sweet, Smokie and Tina Turner, written by the song-writing team, Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman. The show features Paul Nicholas and Suzanne Shaw.

Fairfield Halls, Croydon

Thu 2 Oct

Ashcroft Theatre

£19–£28 7.45pm & 2.30pm; £19–£28 7.45pm & 2.30pm; £19–£28; £19–£31; £19–£28 ( £80; £80) / 020 8688 9291

  • 14:30
  • 19:45


Dominic Hill directs Shakespeare's great tragedy, which has given rise to some of the most iconic phrases in the English language.

Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Thu 2 Oct

£13–£17 (£2; Students £9; Children £9) / 0141 429 0022

Hispanic Festival

The Hispanic Festival celebrates its tenth year with a month of events showcasing Spanish and Latin American culture, curated by people who are authentically Spanish and Latin American. Watch out for the Flamenco performances, for which this festival is renowned.

Various venues, Edinburgh

Thu 2 Oct

Times & prices vary / 07813 159823

South Pacific: Morecambe Warblers

  • Written by: Richard Rodgers

Lancaster Grand Theatre

Thu 2 Oct

£40 all 4 performance; £12.50; £40 all 4 performance; £10 / 01524 64695

  • 19:15

Dinosaur Zoo

Dinosaurs aren't extinct! They're just hiding out on the other side of the world. Dinosaur Zoo takes its Jurassic creations on tour with an opportunity for children to get right up close.

Milton Keynes Theatre

Thu 2 Oct

£13.50–£16 / 0844 871 7652

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