The­atre shows for the Re­gal

West Lothian Courier - - District News - Sean O’Neil

The re­launched Re­con­nect Re­gal The­atre has two up­com­ing pro­duc­tions this month.

On Oc­to­ber 12 it’s time for a‘Girls’Night Oot!’

Join the girls on a hen night that you won’t for­get with a smash hit retro sound­track with songs from the 60s,70s, 80s, 90s and now pre­sented by In­sid­e­out The­atre Pro­duc­tions.

To pre­pare for a mar­riage all a girl needs are her friends and a guid old hen night! Ban­ter­ous, Bal­shy and Booty­li­ciously good fun.

Songs in­clude‘Hot Stuff’, ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’, ‘I’m Ev­ery Woman’and many more!

Star­ring Donna Hazel­ton (Chicago), Natalie Tul­loch (The Steamie), Lau­ren El­lis Steele (Wicked), Ali­son Rona Cle­land (Legally Blonde).

Writ­ten and di­rected by Paul Harper-Swan, this show is for au­di­ences age 18 plus only.

“In­sid­e­out has the crowd-pleas­ing song choices picked to per­fec­tion.”- West End Dreamer.

Then for two nights, Oc­to­ber 26 and 27 it’s ‘Sin­gin’I’m No’a Billy He’s a Tim’.

On the day of an Old Firm clash, a Rangers and Celtic fan end up shar­ing a court­room cell.

Their only hope of es­cape is bet­ting on the match to pay their fines. While tak­ing turns to watch the game on a TV through their cell door, the pair bicker their way through ev­ery en­trenched cliché of ‘Scot­land’s shame’ from re­li­gion to pol­i­tics and na­tional iden­tity.

But aided by their kindly turnkey Harry – whose wor­ries for his sick grand­son help put their petty quar­rels into per­spec­tive – they’re forced to reach a grudg­ing un­der­stand­ing.

Des Dil­lon’s bril­liant satire of big­otry in Scot­land and its con­nec­tion with the na­tion’s two big­gest foot­ball teams first scored crit­i­cal ac­claim at the Fringe in 2005, and has since been a near-con­stant fix­ture in the­atres in Scot­land.

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