|13th March 2022|
The Pavilion Theatre Glasgow
121 Renfield Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 3AX
|£20 / £18.50|
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Following his recent appearances with Lionel Richie himself on ITV’s ‘Sunday Night At The Palladium’ and the ‘Graham Norton Show’ for the BBC, Malcolm Pitt delivers a powerhouse and breathtaking performance in this high octane show celebrating the music of Lionel Richie and the Commodores. This award winning five star production also features a stellar line-up of world class musicians including musical director, Jonny Miller from Talon.
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Enjoy a superb score and supreme musicianship with the ultimate tribute to two country music legends, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers when 'Islands in the Stream' comes to the Glasgow Pavilion!
Jonathan Pie's critically acclaimed sell out show FAKE NEWS finally returns, updated and remixed for a post-Corona world, catch him at the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow on 12th September!
Fresh from his smash hit global Netflix release, BAFTA nomination and No. 1 trending entertainment show, Mo Gilligan is back with a brand new show, catch him at The Pavilion Glasgow in September 2021!
John Lydon is touring the UK to coincide with the publication of his new book, the brilliant, funny and insightful 'I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right' catch him at the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow!
On 16th January, BEMIS presents Celtic Connections in the Community featuring music from Brina, Danny Cliff, Ando Glaso Collective, St. Roch's Trio, and The Cosmic Shruti Box!
Don't miss the heady line-up of acid croft pioneers Shooglenifty, fiddle playing royalty RANT and scots singer Fiona Hunter alongside Paul McKenna and Amira Kheir as part of Celtic Connections 2021!
Enjoy an evening of musical talent courtesy of Chris Stout & Catriona McKay, Georgia Cecile, Fergus McCreadie & Sona Jobarteh as part of Celtic Connections 2021!
A special show entitled Come Away In will air on Monday 18th January as part of Celtic Connections 2021 featuring performances from some of the best vocalist on the Scottish music scene!
This Celtic Connections concert, featuring Catherine Tinney and Luc McNally, is one of a series designed to be accessible and enjoyable for people with dementia, and their friends and families.