Mean Girls Musical at Paisley Arts Centre

Mean Girls Musical at Paisley Arts Centre

A musical version of the hit film, Mean Girls is making it’s Scottish Premier at Paisley Arts Centre next week, Thursday – Saturday. The musical has been written by Paisley born musical theatre singer and composer Antony Irwin, which premiered at London’s O2 last summer. For those of you have been with us a while, Tony played  leads in Starlight shows including ‘Marius’ in Les Miserables, ‘Tony’ in West Side Story and ‘Dr Jekyll’ / ‘Mr Hyde’ in Jekyll and Hyde before moving to London to study at Mountview Theatre School.

For those of you who haven’t seen the film, it is a typical teenage chick flick. Home schooled girl starts high school age 15, joins up the with pretty, cool ‘mean’ girls, tries to trick them, ends up hurting everyone then makes it all good in the end. It is a feel good show full of funny one liners and high energy pop songs.

Mean Girls Musical at Paisley Arts Centre

This show is completely different from anything we have done before and will appeal mostly to teenage girls and young women who remember what it is like to be a teenage girl, so please let your children and  grandchildren know about our production!

If you would like tickets, they are available by e-mail or phone (0141 8404292) or in Person from Print & Copy It, High Street Paisley. They are not available from the box office at Paisley Arts Centre but there will be a few tickets available at the door on the nights.

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Paisley based Anchor Mill Consultancy support National LGBT Youth Awards

Paisley based Anchor Mill Consultancy supported last Weekend’s National LGBT Youth Awards hosted by River City’s “Robbie”, actor Gary Lamont. LGBT Youth Scotland exists for young people who are often sidelined because of their sexuality or perceived sexuality, where they can meet new friends and access confidence building support.

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