Ed Robson, artistic director for the Theatre said: “With football hitting the headlines so regularly at the moment, we felt the subject matter was still as relevant as it was when we sold out on 2011, and we were right – tickets are selling like hot cakes. And it’s not just football fans who are booking this year – we even have a high school class coming along, proving that this show is not only hilarious, it’s completely relevant for 2012!”
Des Dillon’s anti-sectarian comedy has a simple premise - on the day of an Old Firm game, a Celtic fan and a Rangers fan share a prison cell and have no choice but to confront the other’s point of view. The play has become a perennial in Glasgow theatres.The show is at Cumbernauld Theatre on March 16 and 17 at 7.45pm
To book your tickets, priced at £13, call the Cumbernauld Theatre Box Office team on 01236 732887 or visit www.cumbernauldtheatre.co.uk
This weekend Cumbernauld Theatre presents another sure-fire sell out, with the as the award-winning Singin I’m No a Billy, He’s a Tim.