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Free tickets to see Glasgow Girls for Carers

24th January 2019

Perth Theatre and their upcoming production of Glasgow Girls would like to extend an invitation to unpaid carers and the people they care for who may enjoy a free trip to the theatre for a well deserved break!

The show is on Thursday 31st January at 10:30am at Perth Theatre.

All you need to do is ‘buy’ their tickets online via , by phone (01738 621031) or in person at one of our venues using the offer code GGinvited.

Please be aware that the box office does not open until 10am, and this offer is strictly subject to availability so it would be advisable to book these tickets in advance. Tickets are limited to a maximum of 4 per person. 

Glasgow Girls is a life-affirming Scottish musical, based on the true story of seven feisty teenagers, whose lives change forever when their school friend and her asylum-seeking family are forcibly taken from their home to be deported. The 'Glasgow Girls’ take a stand and fight for the rights of their friend and, ultimately, for the rights of all children of asylum-seekers, inspiring a whole community to unite behind its residents. 

Filled with songs, dance, music and humour, Glasgow Girls was the biggest selling show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016, where it also won the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award. Book by David Greig. Conceived for the stage and directed by Cora Bissett.

Please note that this performance contains flashing lights.

Age guidance: 12+ 

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