The Real Glesga Dance Mums

 
The Real Glesga Dance Mums at the Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

Wednesday, 8 February, 2017 – Saturday, 18 February, 2017

The Real Glesga Dance Mums goes behind-the-scenes at Clydebank based Funny Bones Dance Studio where the school is owned and operated by notoriously demanding and passionate instructor Anna Marie, who is renowned for her loud mouth approach to the World of Dance as she strives to make sure her “talented girl and boy dancers” become the best in the sport of competitive dance and hopefully the Stars of Tomorrow! She works hard to uphold her motto of “turning weans into dancers and dancers into Mon..Stars,”…  which sparks drama and conflict between the competitive mothers.

Born and raised in Glasgow, she has become well-known throughout the dance world for her flamboyant choreography; constantly on edge from her strict discipline and at times harsh “my way or the highway attitude.”

Follow this team on a journey as they work hard to reach the finals of Scotland’s biggest dance show.

But like all walks of life, there are always some that get in the road and like most dance School’s, it is the “Dance Mums” that have the biggest ego’s which are at times pushed to the limits, emotionally, physically, socially and in some cases, financially as the students tirelessly rehearse every night for dance competitions.

The Real Glesga Dance Mums uniquely captures this outrageous and  hilarious interplay as Anna Marie commits herself to bring out the best in those students — and mothers who are willing to dedicate themselves to be part of Funny Bones  The best dance team in the country.


TIMES & DATES

Wednesday 8th to Saturday 18th February 2017
Wednesday to Saturday at 7:30pm with 2pm Saturday Matinee

BOOKING INFORMATION

TICKET PRICES

Wednesday & Thursday at 7:30pm – All Seats: £19.50 (£17.50 Conc.)

Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm – All Seats: £21.50 (£19.50 Conc.)

Saturday at 2pm – All Seats: £18.00

 



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  7 Responses to “The Real Glesga Dance Mums”

  1. Is there any chance this will be back? I have heard so much about it but after it was over.

  2. Saw the show on Saturday afternoon and what a great laugh it was! Nicola and her mixing words was hilarious, especially when she she still couldn’t get it right second time around and was in kinks of laughter!
    Booked to see the Real Hoosewives fae Glesga, cannae wait!
    My only negative would be the sound, could you turn it down slightly please!!
    Keep up the good work!

  3. Brilliant show who was the girl playing clumsy Courtney she was brilliant

  4. Are you planning on doing anymore dates of glesga dance moms. Realy wanted to see it. Heard its fantastic.

  5. Been to watch this show tonite and I have to say I’ve never laughed so much in my life what a great cast they were all incredible not one weak link all women were brilliant in they’re roles!! And thought cammie was also hilarious!! I hope to see this again in the future or at least see this cast together again! All the mums played there parts perfectly and the kids were incredible who ever trains them should get some credit as they danced amazingly!! The singing was stunning also loved every aspect of the show well done to a wicked cast!! Would love to see Cassandra(Valissa?)as the Villian in the pavilion panto would be great actress to play the role! Great show not to be missed!! Xx

  6. Amazing!! Had tears of laughter running down my cheeks at one point, it’s hilarious!! Everyone was amazing, particularly the girl who does the Adele solo!!

  7. Hiya, I was at show tonight. It was fantastic. Whoever played Cammy is a star ⭐️.
    What’s his real name? I loved the show ‍♀️
    Will be recommending to everyone