A Glasgow theatre has cancelled a show that was set to take place this weekend amid 'concerns' of 'football-related activity'.

Tron Theatre - which is based in the city's Trongate - took to social media to announce a play called Dead Girls Rising will no longer take place on Saturday, May 18.

The venue says the decision to cancel the performance is due to concerns that there 'may be football-related activity' in the area.

It comes as Celtic could win the Scottish Premiership title tonight (Wednesday, May 15) by securing a point against Kilmarnock - with celebrations expected to take place after the league's last game on Saturday.

On Saturday, the Glasgow club will take on St Mirren.

After that, fans are then expected to head towards the city centre, where their routine party down at the Gallowgate and Trongate takes place.


Announcing the cancellation, Tron Theatre said: "Performance cancellation - Saturday, May 18.

"Following discussions with Silent Uproar Pro, we've taken the decision to cancel this Saturday's performance amidst concerns that there may be football-related activity in and around the Trongate, which may disrupt customer access to the Tron.

"Our Box Office team will be contacting all ticket-holders for the show on Saturday, May 18, to offer a refund or a transfer to the performance on Friday."

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In 2022, we reported the theatre cancelled a show as Celtic fans celebrated in the city centre.

Hundreds of fans took over the Merchant City to celebrate the club's Scottish Premiership title win.