0 Outer Limits West Tollcross. Closed until further notice.
0 Rumours 23 Lothian Road, 229 8291. 9pm—3am all week. Thurs and
Sun £1.50. Mon. Tues and Wed free.
Fri £2, Sat £3.
0 Top 0' the Walk St James Centre, 557 2631. Mon—Sat 8pm-12am. Fri 8pm—lam. All free. Over 255.
O Oscar’s West End, Princes Street. 9pm—2am Mon 8pm—midnight, live music, free. Thurs free. Fri £1 .50. Sat and Sun £2.
0 Tuesdays Bermuda Triangle, 228 3252. Thurs in Barbados Suite. Tue 10pm—3am £1 before 10.45pm, £2 thereafter. Gay club.
0 Fire Island 127 Princes Street, 226 4660. Gay Club.
Mon Alternative 10.30pm—2am. Wed Hi energy & chart. 10.30pm—2am.
Thurs Soul 11.30pm-2am.
Fri Everything 11.30pm—2am.
Sat Hi energy 10.30pm-2.45am. Sun Current & Past disco. 10.30pm—2.45am.
0 Son at Rococo Club Wilkie House, Cowgate. Sat £1 .50 before 11pm, £2 after (UB40£1).
O The Lazy H White Swan, Morrison Street. Sat 10pm—2am. Jazz, Soul
; 0 Mr Mustard 7 S. St Andrew Street, 556 1124. Fri till 1am, Thurs till
midnight, Sat till midnight. Last
orders 15 mins before closing. i o Stagedooro Baxter’s Place, 556 3 5991. Fri & Sat till midnight.
o Abercorn Inn 42/46 Portobello ’ Road, 661 2599. Thurs, Fri, Sat, till
o Jailhouse Calton Road, 557 3073. Mon—Fri till 3am. Sat till 2am. Sun
o Moray Arms Bar 2 Bath Road, 554 6735. Thurs, Fri till midnight. Sat,
E till 11.45pm.
o Mister Beeton's Delicatessen 42
Broughton Street. Tue, Thurs, Fri, open till 11pm (after Oct 31, Sun I 10.30am—3.30pm).
0 Boots Shandwiek Place, Chemist,
o Waterstone's George Street. Mon-Fri 10pm. Sat and Sun 7pm. 0 Bargain Books Princes Street. Mon-Sat 11pm. Sun 10.30pm.
24 HR GARAGES
O Breakdown Alex Lattos, Seafield, 552 1595. Rosebank Recovery Serv, 59 Lanark Rd West, 449 4420.
o Buses iinlsh at11.30pm Mon—Sat. ‘11_pm Sun. Night bus service is to be Suns from 10 Nov. On all live alter-midnight city routes, bases at 2.15m will run complete iolmeys beginning and ending at Waverley Bridge, Edinburgh, with additional buses leaving at3.15am and returning at 4.10am. The night bus service from Mon to Fri is unaltered, with buses running irom 15 mins alter midnight, up to 4.15am lrom Waverley Bridge. Flat rate 75p. For details oi night service call 554 4494. Last train lrom Waverley to Glasgow Is 11pm.
o The Open List is a tree listings service ior all cultural, educational, political and other events that do not iall into The List’s other listings categories. Please send details not laterthan 10 days beiore publication date.
0 Mind in Buddhist Psychology A talk by Robert Puts. Dharma Study Group, 10 Glencairn Cresent (off Palmerston Place, Haymarket) 7.30pm. £1/50p. A talk to begin a weekend course organised by the Dharma Study Group. details below.
0 ‘Trial ol the Locks’ Pedestrian precinct, foot ofThe Mound. 3pm. ‘Spokes' try out cycle locks (see panel).
0 Record Fair Assembly Rooms, George Street, 11am—5pm. 50p (early entry 10am for £1). 30 dealers offering 6()s/Pop/Rock/Ncw Wave/Soul/Punk/1950—80 Rarities. o Buddhist Weekend Workshop with Robert Puts. Dharma Study Croup, 10 Glencairn Crescent. Sat 10am—9pm, Sun 10am—7pm. £25/£12 inc meals. Following from the talk on Friday (see above) the course will consist of talks, discussion groups and meditation instruction and practice. Robert Puts is a senior student of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche.
o Unconditioned Love — a Workshop With John Button Sat 10am—5pm, Sun 10.30am—5pm. £25/£20. The Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road, Newington 667 5438. Co-counselling, psychosynthesis, bodywork and New Games exploring the relationships between love, power and creativity.
0 A Day at Do-ln —Beginners Shiatsu with Shamus Carroll (Registered Practitioner with the Shiatsu Society of GB). 10am-5pm. £12/£10 UB40 (inc lunch). The Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road, Newington.
0 Acid Rain: The North American Conflict Faculty Room North, David Hume Tower, George Square. 5.30pm. Free. A talk by Professor
Dhannavira is a 2nd Dan Karate teacher and Buddhist practitioner. lie emphasises karate as an art term and as a means oi personal development, and sees it as an excellent balance to the contemplative practice oi meditation. He is leading a Karate and Meditation Day at the Glasgow Buddhist Meditation Centre on the 23rd (see Listing).
John Carroll, College of Life Sciences, University of New Hampshire. One ofthe Autumn series of lectures entitled ‘The Resolution of Conflict’ organised by the Centre for Human Ecology. Further discussion afterwards at 15 Buccleuch Place and a supper for £1.50.
0 Raising the Dragon - Positive and Negative aspects Theosophical Centre, 28 Great King Street. 7.30pm. Robert Brydon.
0 introduction to Anthropology YWCA, 2 Somerset Place, 7.45pm. Free. A public talk by Brien Masters on the teachings of Rudolph Steiner, a Christian philosophy of the evolution of consciousness.
0 Home Computer and Electronics Show Anderston Exhibition Centre, 204 0280. Price not finalised, but last year it was Adult £1 , Child 50p,
Student & OAP Free. Times are Fri 12 noon—6pm. Sat 10am—6pm. Sun 12 noon—5pm.
0 The Game oI Liie Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road. Newington, 667 5438. Fri 8—1 1pm. Sat 9am-6pm. £50.
Guided by Bert Elliot of the Findhorn Foundation. A game of Transformation. developed at the Findhorn Foundation. designed to take you ‘step by step through evolutionary experiences'. Restricted to 5 players.
0 Karate Meditation Day Glasgow Buddhist Centre, 329 Sauchiehall Street. 333 0524. ll).3()am—5.30pm. £7 inc light lunch. A mixture of karate and Buddhist meditation led by Dharmavira (see picture).
0 The Search for Immortality Theosophical Centre. 17 Queens Crescent, 332 4924. 10.30am-6.3()pm. £6. Jeanine Milla leads a one day Workshop on the symbolism ofvedic myth.
0 Sell-Management Programme Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road, 667 5438. Sat/Sun 10am—5pm. £10 per day. Terry Gowcr has been working in education and human development for 15 years and is a member of the Society for Effective Affective Learning.
0 Living with Conilict: An Environmental Planner Faces Liie Faculty Room North, David Hume Tower, George Square. 5.30pm. Free. Dr W. John Simon. Professor of Environmental Studies, Stockton State College, New Jersey, and acting project manager of the Gottlieb Institute, Zurich. Part of the ‘Resolution of Conflict‘ series, with discussion afterwards and a supper for£l .50.
0 Human Values Theosophical Centre, 17 Queens Crescent. 332 4924. 7.30pm. Free. A talk by Mr Sood.
TRY YOUR LDCK
ii you are a cyclist and attached to your bike you need a lock to stop it riding oil by itseli. ‘Spokes' (Lothian mole Campaign) will be chaining up about halt a dozen bikes, using a variety oi locks costing trom £1 .50 to £30, and seeing how well they stand up to hacksaws, lockpickers, boltcutters and any other handy tools that could be used by a thiel. the event is tree and should be oi special interest to those thinking at buying a lock iortheir bike. (See Listing Sat 16).
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