Prominent Rangers supporters to be part of special show for fans
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New Rangers comedy show set to launch in Glasgow's Pavilion Theatre

A special new comedy show about a group of Rangers fans who try to save their local supporters club is set to launch in Glasgow’s Pavilion Theatre.
“Rally Roon the Rangers” comes from the same team who wrote popular stage show “Singin’ I’m No a Billy He’s a Tim”.
It will make its debut in the theatre in the summer and run from July 24th to August 3rd. It also contains a host of popular Rangers supporting actors, actresses and personalities.

The comedy show centres around eight Rangers fans trying to save their Supporter’s Club. (Photo by Mark Cosgrove/Action Plus via Getty Images)

The show stars Stephen Purdon, Grado, Nicola Park, Ernie Mac, Liam Dolan, Alyson Orr, Wullie Brennan and John Carmichael. It follows eight die-hard true blues who get together to celebrate all things Rangers.
The story follows the octuplet as the battle to save “The Wee Rangers Supporters Club” from demolition by the council.

It promises to be a very entertaining watch. With some of the best known Scottish personalities around too, it’ll be a lot of fun.
The likes of Grado is never slow in nailing his colours to the mast.
So much so he’s already drawn the ire of BBC Scotland [Football Daft].
Tickets for the comedy show are available from the Pavillion Theatre’s Official Website.

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