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GMT announces the 2017-18 season

GMT in Concert

Saturday 12 - Sunday 13 August 2017, Drygate

Director - Hilary Paterson

Musical Director - Angus Reid

Choreographer - Steph O'Raw

Bringing the West End of London to the East End of Glasgow

For the fifth year running, GMT performers past and present reunite to create a dazzling night of theatre featuring the best of Broadway and the wonders of the West End. Following sell-out performances at Drygate in previous years, GMT invite you once again to join them at Glasgow's stylish craft brewery. With table service available to let you sample Drygate's latest offerings without leaving your seat, why not join us for a relaxed evening of cabaret-style entertainment, showcasing the best talent that Glasgow has to offer.

Tickets will be on sale from July and will be available from any company member or from

Sweeney Todd: the Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by Hugh Wheeler.

Tuesday 23 - Saturday 27 January 2018, Eastwood Park Theatre

Director: Laura McMeekin Musical Director: Matthew Howells

Choreographer: Kirsty Grant

Assistant Director: Kirsty Yeung

OPEN AUDITIONS: September 2017

Revenge is a dish best served piping hot...

After Benjamin Barker is exiled to the colonies for a crime he didn’t commit, he returns to London to exact his revenge on the corrupt judge who stole his wife and daughter. With the assistance of the pie shop proprietress from next door, he bides his time under an assumed name: Sweeney Todd. Glasgow Music Theatre returns to Eastwood Park Theatre in 2018 bringing Stephen Sondheim’s razor-sharp classic to life, with murder by the score.

Excerpts from Sweeney Todd at the 2006 Tony Awards

The Drowsy Chaperone

Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison. Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar.

Tuesday 8 - Saturday 12 May 2018, Scottish Youth Theatre

Director: Jennifer Donald Musical Director: Barrie McKillop

Choreographer: Nicola Drummond

OPEN AUDITIONS: February 2018

"Mix-ups! Mayhem! A Gay Wedding!"

In a run-down midtown apartment, an agoraphobic theatre buff takes solace in his record collection. To chase his blues away, he settles down to listen to the fun, frenzied (and entirely fictitious) 1928 Broadway hit The Drowsy Chaperone. As the musical farce comes to life in his living room, our world-weary narrator guides us through the deliciously gossamer-thin plot involving a nervous bridegroom, a pair of gangsters, and a very thirsty chaperone. The Brian Cox studio at Scottish Youth Theatre plays host to this show-within-a-show, as Glasgow Music Theatre transports you back to the Roaring Twenties in this perfect pastiche of Hollywood's golden age.

Excerpts from The Drowsy Chaperone at the 2006 Tony Awards

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