Alice in Weegieland, The Tron
TRON THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS
ALICE IN WEEGIELAND
1st December 2017 – 7th January 2018
Have I gone mad? I’m afraid so, but let me tell you something, the best people usually are.
Alice is bored! All this talk of Brexit, Trump and yet another series of Celebrity Big Brother is beyond depressing. And then if things weren’t bad enough she has her ballet exam today and can’t remember the difference between good toes and naughty toes!
Alice decides to skip the exam and follow a mysterious white rabbit speaking an incomprehensible language (that’s the Glesga-banter tae you and me) down a rabbit hole and finds herself awakening in…..
WEEGIELAND: a pantospherical wonderland populated with talking creatures, maniacal power-hungry queens and a fella who can get you a pirate copy of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them Part 6 before its even been written yet.
Will Alice ever want to leave the pantosphere? Will the Mad Bad Cat in the Hatter ever find some patter that really matters? Will the Queen of Hearts ever find something she loves more than another public beheading?
Find out in this year’s Tron Panto.
Written by Johnny McKnight
Directed & designed by Kenny Miller
Lighting design by James Smith
Filed under: Christmas in Glasgow, Pantos and Christmas Shows in Glasgow, What's On Glasgow West End: cinema, clubs, theatre, music, events, festivals, community and more, What's on in Glasgow: Theatre and Comedy
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