Scottish Opera's Pop-up Opera tour will visit Glasgow this month as the tour's third and final leg kicks off. 

The Pop-up will include al fresco 30-minute performances of A Little Bit of the Pirates of Penzance and A Little Bit of Bubble McBea.

Shows will take place in Glasgow on September 13 at the Buttery Restaurant car park and September 18 at the New Rotterdam Wharf as part of Glasgow Canal Festival. 

The pop-up tour will also include free primary school performances for the first time since lockdown at Riverbank Primary and St Saviour's Primary. 

Scottish Opera's director of education, Jane Davidson, said: "Our Pop-up Opera tour has been a tremendous success this summer, and we are delighted to be able to round it off in style with these final dates in Glasgow, Fife and Dumfries & Galloway. It is especially thrilling to be able to perform for primary schools for the first time since last year.

"Audiences on this last leg of the tour will be transported into the wonderfully weird world of Gilbert & Sullivan with A Little Bit of The Pirates of Penzance, with colourful illustrations, glorious music, wit and heartfelt sentiment. 

"Climate change is at the forefront of many people's minds, especially with COP26 coming to Glasgow in October, so we hope that younger audiences watching Bubble McBea will be encouraged, through the medium of music and storytelling, to consider the impact continued change will have on their own communities and the world as a whole."

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