Lioness – The Amy Winehouse Experience

Friday 22 September | 8pm | Theatre | £14

In her short career, the talent of Amy Winehouse created a lasting impression on the music world of the 21st century. TV’s ‘Stars in The Eyes’ finalist Emma Wright as Amy Winehouse plus a full five piece backing band recreate the authentic sound of this heady mix of jazz, soul and pop.



Saturday 23 September | 8pm |Studio | £12.50

This is the definitive tribute to one of the biggest bands in rock music, R.E.M. They built a towering back catalogue that reached from the addictive highs of Shiny Happy People down to the reflective darkness of Everybody Hurts. To hear Stipe’s set live is to fall in love with this music, for the first time or all over again.


Oh! Carol - The Musical Story of Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield

Sunday 24 September | 7.30pm | Theatre | £20, £18

The success in the 50’s & 60’s the song writing genius of Neil Sedaka and ‘Howie’ Howard Greenfield will see them go down inl history as one of the most successful partnerships of all time. This show is packed full of hits such as Calendar Girl, Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do.

“I thank the Oh Carol team for their homage to the work of Sedaka & Greenfield.  Wishing you continued success”  Neil Sedaka


Sunday 24 September | 8pm Studio | £16.50

Live Act of the Year 2016 at the Scottish Traditional Music Awards, all 7 members bring their own musical style to the mix. The more they have experimented with this mix, the more the band and their signature sound has evolved. This is evident in the progression across the 6 albums released since 2005.

“The sound of Young Scots Power Folk”  Mark Radcliff, BBC Radio 2

Black Sabbath - The End of the End – Screening

Thursday 28 September | 7.30pm | Studio | £13, £11

After nearly 50 years together, the Birmingham band took to the stage for the last time in their home city. They performed songs that have defined a genre and, in exclusive new interviews, the band themselves tell it how they lived it. This is a chance to hear the final word from the greatest metal band of all time.

Rumpus Theatre Company present- The Red Room

Friday 29 September | 7.30pm | Studio | £14, £12

A spine-chilling new play based on the classic ghost story by H G Wells. Everyone warned against it, but stubbornness is a curious thing…one night, entirely alone in an apparently haunted room. It’s a familiar scenario, but the outcome is totally unexpected…and utterly terrifying!

The Definitive Elvis Experience

Saturday 30 September | 7.30pm | Theatre | £19.50, £18.50

Ben Thompson is the definitive Elvis experience. The most authentic live stage show produced to honour Elvis Presley’s legacy. From the ’56 explosion, through to his gospel roots, Hollywood years and ’68 comeback, all the way through to the later iconic concert years. This show will leave you… All Shook Up!

Gary Delaney - There's Something About Gary

Monday 2 October | 7.30pm | Theatre | £16.50, £15

.. And that something is, he likes to write jokes. An awful lot of them. He thinks a good joke should be like a drunk Glaswegian, short and punchy. He loves each and every gag, and you can’t help but be carried away by his infectious charm. He is a regular on Mock The Week and a double Sony Award Winner. Suitable for age 16 plus.

Martin Turner (ex Wishbone Ash)

Thursday 5 October | 8pm | Theatre | £17

Wishbone Ash would become one of the best loved British rock acts with classic album releases such as Argus and There’s the Rub. Martin Turner was central to this success with his passionate vocals and song writing. expect Wishbone Ash favourites as well as new music that remains true to the original Wishbone Ash blueprint.

Let’s Hang On

Friday 6 October | 7.30pm | Theatre | £24.50

This award-winning production, endorsed by Frankie Valli himself includes Grease, December 1963, Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Let’s Hang On and many more Complete with a brand new stage design, prepare for an electric atmosphere and plenty of dancing in the aisles!