The Witches of Eastwick


The Theatre Guild Committee are proud to present our 2014 production, “The Witches of Eastwick!”

from Tuesday 7th to Saturday 11th October at Eastwood Park Theatre, Giffnock.


Tickets are priced as noted below:

Date Tue7th Oct Wed8th Oct Thurs9th Oct Fri10th Oct Sat (Mat)11th Oct Sat (Eve)11th Oct
Curtain 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm 7.30pm
Price £14.50 £14.50 £15.50 £16.50 £15.50 £16.50

Three bored New England women are left to live without their husbands. Is there no one around who could satisfy all their desires? Cue the appearance of a new man in town – and he fits the bill perfectly. Darryl Van Horne, as portrayed by Jack Nicholson in the movie of the same name, is filthy rich and wild eyed, and within days the three women have all discovered almighty power within themselves. Will good triumph over evil, or will Darryl continue to have his evil way with his ‘witches’? Enjoy a mesmerising evening out with Theatre Guild Glasgow as they leave last year’s sell out run of Fiddler on the Roof and delve into the special effect laden world of the Witches of Eastwick.



Eastwood Park Theatre

Eastwood Park Theatre
Council Headquarters, Eastwood Park, Rouken Glen Road
G46 6UG
United Kingdom
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Eastwood Park Theatre is an outstanding visual and performing arts venue in the leafy suburbs, south of Glasgow, fusing the comforts of a modern, revamped facility with an air of retro from the original 1970′s building.

Both audience members and performing arts organisations have benefited from a recent £1.75 million refurbishment to the theatre building which now provides state-of-the-art stage facilities, access for performers and patrons using wheelchairs, and a lush modernised, intimate auditorium.

Since re-opening on the 22nd February 2007, the theatre has accommodated full-scale performing art productions, festivals, author events, film screenings, bands and launch events.
The new auditorium can seat up to 338 people.





Witches of Eastwick – Production Team

Artistic Director Alasdair Hawthorne
Choreographer Suzanne Shanks
Musical Director David Fisher
Stage Director Stuart Poole
Stage Manager Tess Byrne
Props Manager Eleanor Wilkins
Wardrobe Mistress Sandra Robb
Morag Arthur
Lighting Manager Steve Bain