Puss After Dark 

The land of Panoptica is in peril from the evil Giant Blunderbore and his assistant Demon Moonshade and Tom has returned home to inherit his father’s estate before the evil giant steals it. 

Could Tom’s cat hold the key to solving all of Panoptica’s problems? Will Harry ever find out what happened to his lost love Kitty? Could the princess Felicia ever fall in love with a commoner like Tom and will her mother Queen Euphemia  allow it? 

Join us this Christmas at The Britannia Panopticon – The World’s Oldest Surviving Music Hall for this Purr-fect adults-only adventure to find out!


Please Note that Puss after Dark on Friday 15th December is SOLD OUT . 


Due to the rapid sell out we have added an additional performance on Thursday 21st December at 8pm . 


Tickets are available from The Panopticon Shop , 49 High Street , Glasgow 




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Don't forget, "Glasgow's Lost Theatre - the Story of the Britannia Music Hall"  written by Judith Bowers with Foreword by Michael Grade and published by Birlinn is for sale now for £12.99 from Amazon, Waterstone's, our shop at 49 High Street. 

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Contact Us

For bookings and information please contact: 

Judith Bowers

Britannia Panopticon Music Hall
1st Floor

117 Trongate
G1 5HD

Tel: 0141 553 0840

E-mail: info@britanniapanopticon.org

For the Britannia Panopticon Charity Shop please contact:

Ellen Timoney

Panopticon Curiosity Shop 

49 High Street


G1 1LX

Tel: 0141 552 4467

E-mail : shop@britanniapanopticon.org

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