I'm No A Billy He's a Tim
SCOTTISH phenomenon I'm No A Billy, He's A Tim returns to the Clyde Auditorium on Saturday.
Des Dillon's powerful and hilarious play explores the bigotry between Celtic and Rangers fans.
On the day of an Old Firm game, two fans from the opposing teams, Billy and Tim, find themselves locked up in the same prison cell. Not just a matter of sporting rivalry, the lads' incarceration exposes a serious clash of cultures.
Universally lauded for its realistic portrayal of the blight of bigotry, I'm No A Billy, He's A Tim has enjoyed five sold-out tours.
Scott Kyle, who took home The Stage best actor award at last year's Edinburgh Fringe festival for playing the part of Billy, will be reprising the role.
He said: "I absolutely love doing the show - there's just not another one like it and it always goes down a storm."
Tickets cost s17.50 and can be booked by calling 0844 395 4000.