Date(s) - 09/03/2019
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
It was May 1997 and D:Ream were back in the charts telling us that “Things can only get better” which is what all Celtic fans were hoping as Rangers had made it 9 in a row and were hot favourites to make it 10 in a row the following season.
Celtic were in disarray on and off the field and their fans were dreading ‘the 10’, none more so than Hoops fanatic Maggie and her equally Celtic-daft dad, Tam who was totally obsessed by the fear of ‘the 10’.
It was set up to be a tense, fraught twelve months with many twists and turns and that would just be in Maggie and Tam’s personal lives!
Would Rangers do ‘the 10’, would Maggie find her soulmate and would Tam survive the season without having a nervous breakdown?
Experience the highs and lows of that nerve shredding season once again with Maggie and Tam in the hilarious comedy play “Bend it like Brattbakk”.
Starring: Laurie Ventry, James McAnerney and Keira Lucchesi.
What the Celtic Family said about Bend it like Brattbakk:
“A fantastic comedy that captures family life and the national obsession in Scotland with a deft humorous human touch. All Celtic fans should see this.”- Kevin Graham (A Celtic State of Mind)
“It’s rare for a stage play to capture the joy, humour and drama that comes with supporting Celtic. The belly laughs made this an unforgettable night out.” – Paul McQuade (The Shamrock)
“A must see play for Celtic fans where you are guaranteed laughs galore. An emotional rollercoaster that we can easily identify with.” – Matt McGlone (The Alternative View)
“It’s not laced with humour, it’s jumping with it in the best style of Chewin the Fat and other Glasgow comedies. A brilliant script backed up by a fantastic cast.” – Joe McHugh (Videocelts)
Tickets are £13.50 including a £1.50 booking fee. The booking fee applies online, over the phone and on the day.
Seats are allocated.
Please note the box office is closed Sundays and Mondays, voicemails and e-mails will be picked up once a day from Tuesday-Saturday.
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