0 Theatre is listed by city first then by venue, running in alphabetical order, except for touring shows which are
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0 CITIZENS Gorbals Street. 429 ()022 /8177. Box Office. Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. [D]
Entertaining Mr Sloane Until Sat 22 Mar. 7.30pm. £3. Students. OAPs and UB-I0s £1 in advance. free on the door. Joe Orton‘s seminal sleazy black comedy concerning the consequences of the arrival of the interesting Mr Sloane in a suburban household. See Review.
0 CUMBERNAULO THEATRE Cumbernauld. 023 67 32887. Box office Mon—Fri. 10am—6pm. Sat 10am—3pm. 6—8pm perf. evgs. Bar/cafe.
We’ll Support You Evermore Until Sat 15 Mar. 7.45pm. Mon—Wed £2 (£1). Thurs—Sat£2.75 (£1.50). It may be World Cup Year. but Robert Robson’s play looks forward to 1990. when. on stage at least. Scotland win the cup. A comic look at the world of football.
0 THE ORAMA CENTRE 126 Ingram Street. 552 5827. Box Office 9.30am—6pm.
Women and Theatre Week Mon 10—Sat 15 Mar. A week long conference on women‘s theatre. Workshops Mon 10—Thurs 13. Morning and afternoon. Each day there will be workshops and discussions on women in theatre and media. on subjects ranging from using mime to combat sexual stereotypes on stage to discussions about pornography and violence on stage as seen from a woman‘s point ofview.
Conlerence Fri 14 and Sat 15 Mar. 11am—5pm. (registration 10.30am). The conference proper. featuring a wide range ofspeakers and discussions on women in theatre and the media. Speakers include Fidelis Morgan. well-known actress from the Glasgow Citizens‘ Theatre. Liz Lochhead. writer. poet and cabaret performer. Susan Carlson from Boston University — talking on women and comedy. Elaine Aston from Warwick University talking about women and TV. On Saturday there will be discussions and the ' opportunity to share experience and information with a wide range of women involved in theatre and media. Saturday‘s conference finishes with a performance at 5pm of To Die Among Friends. See below.
VinegarTom Mon 10—Sat 15 Mar. I8pm. Check prices. Each evening 'during the Women and Theatre 'Week. the Strathclyde Theatre [Group. directed by Susan Treesman. ipresent a production of Caryl 8Tl1cl.isl7 — 20 Mar
Churchill's play described by some as a feminist version of The Crucible. Based on witch trials in the 17th century. it looks at some ofthe forces involved in ‘witchhood‘ — poverty. humiliation. repression ofsexuality — and asks which of them persist today. To Die Among Friends Wed l2—Fri 14 Mar. 11pm. Sat 15 Mar 5pm. A piece ofexperimental theatre by Micheline Wandor. writer and onetime poetry editor of Time 0141. whose book on women in theatre. Undersmdies. is shortly to be published by Methuen. The performance consists of five mini-plays. each about 10 minutes long. each featuring two people. who during the course of the play go through all their different ages. illustrating on the way the range of different potential developments for a person at any one time oftheir life. Again presented by the STG. Cabaret Sat 15 Mar. 11pm. Check prices. Liz Lochhead. well known local writer and performer. in a late-night cabaret.
Not About Heroes Thurs 20—Sat 22 Mar. 8pm. Check prices. See Touring.
o EASTERHOUSE FESTIVAL SOCIETY 6—10Trondra Place. 771 0693.
The Boxer Benny Lynch Tue 18 and Wed 19 Mar. See Touring. Dates possibly subject to change — tel. 041 339 1787 to confirm.
O FOUR ACRES OOWANHILL CENTRE 93 Ilyndland Street. Partick. Glasgow.
Bow Gamelan Fri 14 and Sat 15 Mar. 7.30pm. Admission by programme £2 (£1 ). Tickets in advance from Third Eye Centre. Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521 On door on perf. evgs. A load of old rubbish)? . . . Bow Gamelan make music from anything. preferably scrap metal. See Panel.
O KING'S THEATRE Bath Street. Box office Mon-Sat 12noon—6pm. 4 bars. [D] [E] Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. Mon—Sat 10.30am—6.30pm.. 552 5961. Chicago Until Sat 8 Mar. 7.30pm. £4. £3.50. £3. £2.50. £1. (£1 concessions off all seat prices on Mon). A Pantheon Club production.
. Utopia Lid Mon l0—Sat 15 Mar.
7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. Check prices. The Orpheus Club in the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. Mame Mon 17-Sat 22 Mar. 7.30pm.
Sat mat. 2.30pm. Check prices. The
musical comedy performed by the
E Lyric Club.
o KILMAROINNY HOUSE ARTS CENTRE * Bearsden. 041 943 0312. (Tickets
1 also Milngavie Bookshop 041 956
4752). Not About Heroes Sat 8 Mar. 7.30pm.
Glasgow Touring Company in
Stephen MacDonald‘s play about , Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred
Owen. See Touring.
O MITCHELL Granville Street. 221 3198. Box office Mon—Sat. 12 noon—6pm. Bar. Cafe. [1)] Tickets also available from Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 552 5961. Mon—Sat l0.30am—6.30pm,
The Game Mon 10—Sat 15 Mar. 7.30pm. Unit One Theatre Company in a play by Paul Pender — The Game. topically enough. is the World Cup Game — in Argentina. 1978.
Beneath One Banner'I‘ue l8—Sat 22 Mar. 7.30pm. 728-1 Scotland's touring production of a new play by Sean McCarthy about the powers behind the divisions ofthe Orange and the Green in Scotland set in a pit-town last century. See Touring. O PAVILION 121 Renficld Street. 332 1846. Box office Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar.
Confessions of a Naughty Hypnotist Tue 4 Mar—Fri 7 Mar. Wed l2—Sun 16 Mar; Wed 19—Sat 22 Mar. 7.30pm. £3.50. £3. £2. Wed. all seats £2. Robert I-Ialpern continues his hypnotism shows.
Jim Davidson Sat 8 Mar. 8.30pm. £6.
- £5. £4. The cockney comedian in a
one evening performance with special guest Richard Digance.
0 THEATRE ROYAL Hope Street. 331
ENTERTAINING MR SLOANE
Citizens’,Glasgow The play takes place within a ‘genteel’ lounge of the sixties, as nicely balanced above a heap of rubbish sprawling at the foot of the stage as the characters are above the rottenness of theirlives.
The visual and verbal cliches, which include flying ducks on the wall, create a world with no connection with any
recognisable moraicode.Pushedto its '-
extreme, the imprisoning cl inch of a cliche becomes a half-nelson grip, squeezing out feeling and literally killing Kemp.
Black and white become so polarised in this black comedy, that the albino characters are no longer aware that there is a pale to go beyond. The lustreiess lust that circles round an uneternal triangle neither wins nor breaks the characters‘ faintly seen
hearts and a strong cast directed by Giles Havergal effect a fine balance with Orton’s deceptively simple script which always leads back to the surface.
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1234/332 9000 (credit cards). Box office Mon—Sat 10am—6pm (7.30pm on perfevgs) Bar. Buffet. Mahagonny Sat 8 Mar. 7.15pm. Scottish ()pera (See Classical Music).
II Trovatore Thurs 6 Mar. 7.15pm. (See Classical Music).
i Slim Whitman and George Hamiltoan ; Fri 7 Mar. 6. 15 and 8.45pm. (See ' Folk).
Brighton Beach Memoirs Mon l0—Sat 15 Mar. 7.15pm. Sat mat. 2.15pm. £8.50—£2.50. Cones available for students. ()APs. LIB-10s and children. also parties. Student and unemployed standby £2.50 from 5pm on day of perf. Cones also available if buying tickets for both
f National Theatre productions. The j National Theatre in their successful new production ofNeil Simon's
Broadway hit: a family comedy touching on the author‘s own
1 experience as a teenager in 1937. the
cast including Steven Mackintosh. Frances de la Tour. Alison Fiske and Belinda Buckley. directed by Michael Rudman.
Mrs Warren's Profession Mon l7—Sat 22 Mar. 7. 15pm. Sat mat 2.15pm.
Prices as for Brighton Beach
Memoirs. Bernard Shaw‘s once-banned play about prostitution
‘ in London given an acclaimed
production by the National Theatre. with Yvonne Bryceland. Jessica Turner. Robin Bailey and Nicholas Selby among the cast. directed by Anthony Page. (See Feature). Lunch and Listen: Frances de la Tour Wed 12 Mar. 1pm. £2 (£1 .50to Friends ofScottish Opera). Price includes sandwiches and coffee. A
National Theatre Extra. with actress
Frances de la Tour talking to a journalist about her career and the play Brighton Beach .l/Iemoirs.
' Lunch and Listen: Robin Bailey Wed 19 Mar. 1pm. Pricesas above. Again. a
National Theatre extra. this time with Robin Bailey from Mrs
Warren 's Profession talking about his career.
0 THIRO EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Box office Tue-Sat 10am-5.30pm. Sun 2—5pm. (Tickets also from bookshop on perfevgs). [12} [El
The Misanthrope Amended L'ntil 8 Mar. 8pm. £2.25 (£1.75). Audiences are encouraged to help amend Molierc‘s .llisunt/zrope in the Great Western Theatre Company‘s production of the classic French comedy. updated to a modern day party.
Happy Valley Sat 15 Mar 1 1am and 2pm. £1 child. £1 .50adult. The New Lanark Theatre Company in a production about life in the New Lanark village of200 years ago. seen through the eyes ofthe children. See Touring.
0 TRON 38 Parnie Street. 552 4267/8. Box office Tues—Sat. Noon—10pm. Bar with food.
The Boxer Benny Lynch Until 9 Mar. 8pm. Members £2.50. Guests £3.50. Concs£1 off. Beginningof a new tour for Peter Arnott‘s play about ; Glasgow‘s champion boxer. 1 presented by United Artists ] (Scotland). (See Review).
Vita Tues l l and Wed 12 Mar. 8pm.
Prices as above. Focus Theatre