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Join the Sunday Post gang in a brand new musical adventure celebrating over 80 years as Scotland’s most beloved comic strip.
A superb cast will bring the story to life, with Martin Quinn as ‘Oor Wullie’, Ann Louise Ross as ‘PC Murdoch’, Dan Buckley and Grant McIntyre as ‘Fat Boab’ and ‘Wee Eck’, Leanne Traynor as town bully ‘Basher Mackenzie’. Irene Macdougall, Bailey Newsome, Leah Byrne, George Drennan, and Eklovey Kashyap complete this fantastic ensemble.
Book & Lyrics - Scott Gilmour | Music - Claire McKenzie | Director - Andrew Panton | Designer - Kenneth Macleod | Sound Designer - Maciej Kopka | Lighting Designer - Katharine Williams | Musical Director - Gavin Whitworth | Movement Director - Chi-San Howard | Projection Designer - Lewis Den Hertog | Casting Director - Michael Howell | Associate Lighting Designer - Alex Musgrave | Dance Captain - Grant McIntyre | Voice & Dialect Coach - Jean Sangster
Help ma boab, it’s a braw musical!- The Guardian
Heartfelt and hilarious.- The Scotsman
As good a festive message as any in a show that brings depth to a classic cartoon hero- The Herald
Catchy and contemporary songs- The Stage
Opened in 1867, Theatre Royal Glasgow went through two fires before the turn of the century. Standing tall through thick and thin, the theatre has since presented a wide variety of productions covering all genres, including residents Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet. Featuring a Victorian auditorium, Theatre Royal presents first class entertainment.