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Pure Dead Dangerous
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AGAP Theatre (Archdiocese of Glasgow Arts Project) in collaboration with the Scottish Catholic Parliamentary Office is taking the pro-life message to the stage with a new production entitled 'Pure Dead Dangerous', written and directed by Stephen Callaghan.

The roadshow that will help people in parishes across the Archdiocese to explore the concept of euthanasia and assisted suicide through a series of monologues and sketches performed by AGAP and a post-performance forum led by John Deighan, Parliamentary Officer for the Scottish Bishops Conference.

Dates & Venues:

Monday, 27 September at 7.30pm in Turnbull Hall, University of Glasgow

Wednesday, 29 September at 7.30pm in Turnbull High School, (Performance Area), Bishopbriggs

Thursday, 30 September at 7.30pm in St Mungo's, Townhead

Friday, 1 October at 7.30pm in St Michael's, Parkhead

Tickets are available from AGAP office (Mon or Thurs from 10am - 4pm), St Michael's, 1350 Gallowgate, G31 4DJ; call 0141-554-1333; or e-mail:  info@agap.org.uk
 
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