Monday, March 10, 2008

Panopticon Theatre, Glasgow

People of Rio

Far along Argyle Street glows the lustrous ancient music hall they call the Britannia Panopticon. This is the stage where Stan Laurel made his debut at the age of sixteen. It is open again due to the efforts of the restoration society. Robin Cairns is appearing there on Friday March 21 & Saturday March 22 in his own show "I`d Rather Be A Nudie Than A Hoodie". (Rest assured Mr Cairns will be wearing an eight-piece suit throughout the evening and casting aside no item of apparel!)
Support acts will be Nelly Beane and Stephen Barnaby.

Show runs from 7.30pm - 9pm. Admission is FREE. (Audience will be asked to make a donation to the theatre fund.)
This show is part of the Magners Glasgow International Comedy Festival. Tickets are limited and should be booked through SECXtra on 0870 013 5464 or by contacting
Britannia Pannopticon Music Hall
113-117 Trongate, G1 5HD
(entrance next to Mitchell`s amusements)

Robin Cairns

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