Theatre events in Stirling

View all the upcoming Theatre events taking place throughout Stirling below or use the calendar to find events taking place on a specific month or date.

Events in Stirling

Beaconhurst: West Side Story

Beaconhurst: West Side Story

26th June 2018 - 27th June 2018
Expressive Arts Pupils (S4-S6) from Beaconhurst present the iconic musical, West Side Story at Macrobert Arts Centre on 26th & 27th June. Read more
Zippos Circus at Falkirk Community Stadium

Zippos Circus at Falkirk Community Stadium

26th June 2018 - 1st July 2018
Zippos Circus returns to Falkirk Community Stadium from 26th June to 1st July with their Big Top Tour! Read more
McAlister in Wonderland

McAlister in Wonderland

30th June 2018
Theatre Presto are performing ‘McAlister in Wonderland’, which is commemorating 100 years since the end of the First World War, at Mugdock Country Park on 30th June. Read more
Festival of One Act Plays

Festival of One Act Plays

6th July 2018 - 7th July 2018
Macrobert Arts Centre is delighted to host the 85th UK Final of the Festival of One Act Plays on July 6th & 7th. Read more
Canal Theatre

Canal Theatre

7th July 2018 - 8th July 2018
Experience two unique performances in the shadow of The Falkirk Wheel this summer in a collaboration between Scottish Canals and The Walking Theatre Company. Read more
Treasure Island

Treasure Island

8th July 2018
Ahoy there!! Long John Silver along with some of his ferocious friends will soon be dropping anchor at Mugdock Country Park as Fizzgig Theatre presents Treasure Island. Read more
Project Y 2018

Project Y 2018

26th July 2018
Project Y is back for 2018 showcasing the breath-taking talent of some of the UK's best young contemporary dancers. Read more
Tetra-Decathlon

Tetra-Decathlon

27th July 2018 - 28th July 2018
A funny and inspiring look at what it takes to be a serious amateur, Tetra-Decathlon charts Lauren Hendry’s journey as she trains for and competes in this sporting event. Read more
What The Moon Saw

What The Moon Saw

28th July 2018 - 29th July 2018
What The Moon Saw is an interactive tale of dance, circus and music for the whole family to enjoy at Macrobert Arts Centre in July. Read more
The Lady Boys of Bangkok

The Lady Boys of Bangkok

1st August 2018 - 2nd August 2018
The country's number 1 touring cabaret show - The Lady Boys of Bangkok are back for 2018 at Macrobert Arts Centre! Read more
Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

4th August 2018
Come along to Macrobert and watch Shakespeare's joyous comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, fizzing with sparkling wit and romance. Read more
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

10th August 2018 - 11th August 2018
Rubber Chicken Theatre present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Macrobert on 10th & 11th August. Read more
Verdi’s Falstaff

Verdi’s Falstaff

23rd August 2018
Opera Bohemia is back at Macrobert with Verdi's comic masterpiece 'Falstaff', based on Shakespeare's Merry Wives of Windsor. Read more
Big Girls Don’t Cry

Big Girls Don’t Cry

24th August 2018
Step back in time and come along to Big Girls Don’t Cry, the internationally acclaimed show, celebrating the Music of Frankie Vally & the Four Seasons. Read more
McLuckie’s Line

McLuckie’s Line

8th September 2018
Unemployed actor and compulsive gambler McLuckie waits nervously for the phone call he’s been waiting for his whole life – what could go wrong? Read more
Within This Dust

Within This Dust

11th September 2018
A cinematic performance exploring the themes of impact, loss, survival and humanity in relation to the horror of events surrounding the 9/11. Read more
Scotties

Scotties

19th September 2018
Theatre Gu Leor presents Scotties, a powerful, new play celebrating the music and languages of Scotland and Ireland. Read more
Funbox: Dinosaur Safari

Funbox: Dinosaur Safari

30th September 2018
Get ready for some Stone Age singalong silliness as Anya, Kevin, Gary and Bonzo go on their most roarsome adventure yet - Dinosaur Safari at Falkirk Town Hall! Read more
No Show

No Show

4th October 2018
No Show joyously and heartbreakingly reveals what lies hidden beneath the showmanship. A show for anyone who has tried, failed and failed better. Read more
The Dolls - Dragged Up

The Dolls - Dragged Up

25th October 2018
The tan has barely faded from Agnes and Sadie's thick skin and they're in trouble again, and left lip-synching for their lives! Bring yer pals and join The Dolls in Falkirk for Dragged Up! Read more
The Dolls - Dragged Up

The Dolls - Dragged Up

1st November 2018
The tan has barely faded from Agnes and Sadie's thick skin and they're in trouble again, and left lip-synching for their lives! Bring yer pals and join The Dolls in Stirling for Dragged Up! Read more
A Ladder to the Stars

A Ladder to the Stars

27th November 2018 - 24th December 2018
Visible Fictions & Aberdeen Performing Arts present A Ladder to the Stars at Macrobert Arts Centre this Christmas. Read more
Funbox present Once Upon A Christmas

Funbox present Once Upon A Christmas

28th December 2018
‘Tis the season for some singalong silliness with Anya, Kevin, Gary and Bonzo the Dog as Funbox present Once Upon A Christmas! Read more

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