‘St Andrew & The Story of Scotland’s Flag’ Webster’s Theatre, 14 September
Webster’s Theatre, Kelvinbridge
Sunday 14 September, 2014 – at 2 p.m.
Hopscotch Theatre Company uses pythonesque style humour to entertain and educate young audiences across Scotland!
‘St Andrew & The Story of Scotland’s Flag’ will be performing in The Websters Theatre, Kelvinbridge, 416 Great Western Road, Glasgow G4 9HZ on Sunday 14th September at 2.00p.m.
The performance is a fast paced, witty production about the famous white on blue cross that came to be Scotland’s national flag. Young Mary is about to rip up her saltire after another sporting defeat by Scotland when St Andrew appears and tells her the story of how the Saltire came to be our national flag. With live music and song.
Tickets can be purchased on the day. Please check out Hopscotch’s website for more information www.hopscotchtheatre.com Adults £8.00/ Under 16 £5.00.
Hopscotch Theatre Company has been entertaining young people across Scotland for over 25 years and recently celebrated it’s 100th production.
Tickets can be purchased on the door or buy online
416 Great Western Road
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