I was hoping to take my son to see Shrek: the Musical, or Wicked, however if I do not want a restricted view, or to be sat so far away from the action that I would need binoculars, it would cost over £100 after booking fees, postage etc.
Considering these shows are directed at children, it's shocking.
Jacqui Andrews Glasgow
What a disaster area the SECC has become.
The nearest disabled car park to the venue is now closed and lying empty. Disabled drivers are now directed to the multi-storey car park.
The cafeteria on the ground floor of the SECC has become a war zone. Gone are the sensible tables to be replaced by bar-style high stools. Two elderly people fell off during my visit.
Sadly the organisers do not realise that some events, in this case the Hobbycrafts show, are attended by a high number of retired and disabled people.
My daughter, who is disabled, and I have attended this event for several years and thoroughly enjoyed it. After today's fiasco I'm afraid, unfortunately, it will be our last.
FMK East Kilbride.
THE news that the Grangemouth plant has been saved should act as a warning signal. The country and taxpayers have just been held to ransom by a billionaire.
The 'deal', with reduced pensions and a pay freeze for staff, plus further public subsidy for Jim Ratcliffe and Ineos, is no deal at all.
The country has just been mugged.
J Muir Glasgow