The Citizen's Theatre

A theatre in the Gorbals district of Glasgow, the Citizen's Theatre lies south of the city centre and the River Clyde. It was established in 1945 by the Scottish playwright James Bridie as a home for Scottish dialect works. Renovated in 1978, much of its original facade was removed, though the stone statues of Shakespeare, Burns and the four Muses have been retained and are now placed in the foyer.

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