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Scots theatre forced to cancel show as Celtic fans descend on Glasgow

A Scots theatre has been forced to cancel a Saturday night showing as Celtic fans gather in Glasgow to celebrate the club's Premiership title success.

The Tron Theatre cited "circumstances outwith our control" for the last minute cancellation of Who Killed My Father.

The performance was due to take place at 7.45pm at the Gallowgate venue which is next to the Merchant City.

But the theatre posted on social media informing customers of the cancellation at 6.30pm this evening.

They said: "Due to circumstances outwith our control, tonight's performance of WHO KILLED MY FATHER has been cancelled.

"The building and phone lines are closed and Box Office will be in touch asap to arrange refunds."

It comes as Celtic fans turned the city centre green and white, with thousands descending for a jubilant pyro party.

The club lifted the trophy at Parkhead after their 6-0 win against Motherwell today.

Ange Postecoglou's side secured the title earlier this week when they played Dundee United and drew 1-1 at Tannadice on Wednesday.

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