Men Should Weep @ Websters Theatre Glasgow, Glasgow [from 6 to 10 March]

Men Should Weep

6 - 10
13:30 - 22:00

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Websters Theatre Glasgow
416 Great Western Road, G4 9HZ Glasgow, United Kingdom
«Aye I’ve seen yous men looking for work. Haudin up the street corners, ca’in doon the Government – telling the world whit you’d dae if you wis rinnin the country»"

Yes, the Pantheon play for 6-10 March 2018 at Websters Theatre Glasgow is the classic gritty Glasgow based drama ‘MEN SHOULD WEEP’.

Written by Ena Lamont Stewart in 1947 and Directed for Pantheon in 2018 by Alice Langley, the play is a powerful piece of theatre, focusing on family life in the 1930s and all that that entails, especially in relation to gendered roles and the effects of poverty, but with that dark Glaswegian humour often found during times of hardship.

Performance dates, times and prices (Websters £1.50 Booking Fee to be added per ticket):

Tuesday 6th March 1.30pm SOLD OUT
• Standard £10.00
• Concessions as standard

Tuesday 6th March 7.30pm
• Standard £12.00
• Concessions £10.00

Wednesday 7th March 1.30pm SOLD OUT
• Standard £10.00
• Concessions as Standard

Wednesday 7th March 7.30pm SOLD OUT
• Standard £13.00
• Concessions £11.00

Thursday 8th March 1.30pm SOLD OUT
• Standard £10.00
• Concessions as Standard

Thursday 8th March 7.30pm
• Standard £13.00
• Concessions £11.00

Friday 9th March 7.30pm
• Standard £14.00
• Concessions £12.00

Saturday 10th March 2.30pm
• Standard £13.00
• Concessions £11.00

Saturday 10th March 7.30pm
• Standard £14.00
• Concessions £12.00

Websters Theatre Glasgow, 416 Great Western Road, G4 9HZ
0141 357 4000

Appalled by the poverty and deprivation suffered by the residents of Glasgow's slum tenements in the first half of the twentieth century, Ena Lamont Stewart (1912-2006) wrote ‘Men Should Weep’ for Glasgow Unity Theatre (a radical group of young writers) in 1947. This extraordinarily moving play of women surviving in the east end of Glasgow of the 1930s, finds in the lives of Maggie, her family and her neighbours, not only all the tragedy that appalling housing, massive unemployment and grinding poverty can produce, but also a rich vein of comedy… in the sense of the ridiculous; the need for a good laugh. (Samuel French)

©Samuel French. All Rights Reserved. The Pantheon Club Glasgow is a Not-For-Profit Theatre Co and Registered Scottish Charity, promoting the arts by producing and performing high quality musicals, comedies and dramas, and therefore, this is classified, by definition, as an amateur production
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