Bend it like Bertie, Websters’ Theatre

bend it like bertie


Tickets £15. Book Online or Telephone 0141 357 4000

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Nothing now nor in the years to come would withstand their collective spirit, the future was theirs to make, it was time to…

Bend it Like Bertie!

Denise Mullen is divorced, mother to two teenagers, cares for her elderly father and has an extremely stressful job. The only thing that is keeping Denise sane is her beloved Celtic. They are stockpiling trophies and Denise know just how it feels to be Celtic!

Denise is hoping her Celtic can continue their trophy haul… enter Bertie Auld!

Danny Mullen is footloose and fancy free and looking forward to the New Year. The only thing that is getting Danny down is his beloved Celtic. Both Celtic and Danny have forgotten what a trophy looks like and Danny knows how it feels to be Celtic!

Danny is hoping his beloved Celtic can win a trophy, any bloody trophy… enter Bertie Auld!

Follow the antics of Denise and Danny in the new comedy play, “Bend it Like Bertie” to see if Bertie can help make their wishes come true.


Thurs 2nd – Limited tickets available
Fri 3rd – Limited tickets available
Sat 4th – SOLD OUT

£1 from each ticket will go to Football Memories Scotland.
“Bend it Like Bertie” is the follow up to the hilarious “Bend it like Brattbakk”.
What they said about “Bend it like Brattbakk”:

“Bend it like Brattbakk is THE best Celtic related play.” – Joe Miller

“All Celtic fans MUST see Bend it like Brattbakk.” – Murdo MacLeod

“Bend it like Brattbakk is THE best comedy I have seen on a Scottish stage.” – Mark Millar

Websters, 416 Great Western Road, G4 9HZ

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