Smalltown – Pantheon at Websters
8 – 12 October, 2019
Pantheon are back at Webster’s Theatre Glasgow with the Scottish Comedy SMALLTOWN by Johnny McKnight, Douglas Maxwell and DC Jackson.
Smalltown is a dark, dynamic and delightfully outrageous wee Scottish comedy telling the story of what happens when contaminated water (‘Rabbie Juice’) causes extraordinary events to happen to ordinary people, unleashing all sorts of comedic carnage along the way; from rag-dolling on Girvan beach, to the release of animal passions in Stewarton, to the containment of a Zombie in a freezer in an Ardrossan café.
Find yourself trapped in three separate stories of Smalltown life, before you, the audience, vote to decide how the story ends; making for a truly memorable evening of entertainment.
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