A star-studded new comedy show centred around a group of Rangers fans trying to save their local supporters’ club is set to hit the Glasgow stage.

“Rally Roon The Rangers” is preparing to make its big debut at the Pavilion Theatre this summer.

Starring Stephen Purdon, Grado, Nicola Park, Ernie Mac, Liam Dolan, Alyson Orr, Wullie Brennan and John Carmichael, the show follows eight die-hard true blues who gather for a night of booze, banter and Rangers songs.

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When they are plunged into a desperate bid to save The Wee Rangers Supporters Club from demolition by the council, all seems lost - until an Ibrox disaster survivor arrives and points out the traitor in the group as the group embarks on a mission to save “The Wee Beating heart of Rangers.”

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A poster for the show comes with the tagline “the wee hoose must stay open!”, a nod to late Rangers superfan George Barnett who became an internet sensation in 2012 when he gave a passionate speech outside Ibrox Stadium.

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The show comes from the same team who put together “Singin’ I’m No a Billy He’s a Tim” at the Pavilion back in 2012.

That comedy show sought to put sectarianism firmly in its place as it followed two footie fans from either side of the Old Firm divide who were forced to confront each other’s point of view and culture after being locked up in a cell together on derby day.

“Rally Roon the Rangers” will be showing at the Pavilion Theatre from July 24 to August 3, 2019.

Tickets can be bought at paviliontheatre.co.uk.