Glasgow Pavilion

Updated: May 19, 2019

After an arduous journey of seven hours in pouring rain we reach the beautiful Pavilion Theatre. An intake breath of upon seeing the interior of this wonderful building. However, to balance things out, as quite often happens, the 'tech staff' see us but act as if we're invisible and don't even acknowledge we've arrived. A cursory 'Hi' or even a grunt would be welcome, but no, their social skills are firmly wrapped in safety cloth.

Such a shame that the owner and the owner's son set the scene by acting as if we really shouldn't have turned up even though we went on to have a full house and ecstatic audience response. We loved Glasgow, we love Glaswegians, but we fell out of love with the small-minded theatre owners.

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