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_ Glasgow o HoraryAstroiooY. Theosophical

Society, 17 Queen’s Crescent. 7.30pm. £1.50. A talk by Carole Wilson on horary astrology - the art

ofinterpreting the moment in time at

which a precise question is asked in order to determine the nature of the answer.


0 Unconditional Love The Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road. 7.30pm. £2. A talk by Eileen Caddy, one of

the co-founders of the Findhorn iFoundafion.

iruesonvzz Edinburgh

0 AIDS iniormation Phone Line 558 1167. 7—10pm every Tuesday for

. information and advice on AIDS.


1 Glasgow . 0 Tel Chi and Integrated Movement

' Hyndland Primary, Fortrose Street

G11. 10am—4pm. £10. One day class

by David Appel, using traditional Chinese flexibility and breathing t exercises combined with alignment

techniques to increase clear and continuous movement.

SUNDAY 27 Glasgow

; 0 Contact improvisation Hillhead

High, Oakfield Avenue G 12.

1—5pm. £8. Mixed level class by

David Appel exploring the interplay of bodies and gravity. It is a duet

movement form, used as a

movement technique, a vehicle for personal growth, and a performance

art form.

3 O Southbound Meet at Travel

Information Centre. St Vincent

i Street. 10.30am. A leisurely cycle ride out East Kilbride way organised by the Glasgow Cycling Campaign. For further information ring Sandy

339 5336.

WEDNESDAY 30 Edinburgh

0 Tarot The Theosophical Society, 28

18 ThEIiEt— is April 1 May "




Buchanan Street Precinct/Argyli Street corner. 6—7pm.


i Edinburgh

o How can we get the news we need?- ; Peace News 50th Anniversary

1 Dayschooi St John’s Church Hall.

2 Princes Street. 10.30am—3.3()pm.

2 Contact Peace and Justice Centre,

a 229 0993. Speakers include Glasgow Media Group. and Brian Wilson of the West Highland Free Press.

Great King Street. 7.30pm. 75p. A 3 meeting ofthe Astrological Association ofScotland with atalk Glasgow

. by Frank Connolly.

. Buchanan Street Precinct/Argyll ; Streetcorner.6—7pm.

o Bhopal Beyond Genocide. i

: video followed by discussion. 0 The illegality oi Nuclear Weapons

7.30pm. A talk by George Delfof

O Paedophiiia Edinburgh Bisexual

' ideal Homes Exhibition, ingliston, ' Edinburgh

0 No Star Wars Meeting McLellan Galleries. 7.30pm. Free. Meeting with E. P. Thompson and Colin


1 8 Hines ofGreenpeace. : Glasgow TUESDAY 29 - o GiasgowliigiiAgainstTrident Edinburgh

0 No Star Wars Meeting Queen‘s Hall. Clerk Street. 8pm. Meeting with E. P. Thompson and Colin Hines.

o The Quaker View oi Peace Morningside Peace Group. The Open Door, 420 Morningside Road. 10.30am. A talk by Margaret Gibbons.

MONDAY 21 Edinburgh

0 The 27th Soviet Party conlerence Friends Meeting House, 28 Stafford Street. 7.30pm. A talk by Mary

; Buckley organised by Christian

0 Mary Wings reading at Womanzone Womanzone Bookshop. 117—1 19 Buccleuch Street. Free. lfcreche facilities wanted please phone Womanzone (667 2926). Mary Wings. the feminist thriller writer, reads from her new novel She Came Too Late.

Crosswinds, Tollcross. 7.30pm. A

Theatre Workshop, Hamilton Place.

lNLAW. organised by Stockbridge CND.

Group Discussion Meeting. 16 Hart

Street (first floor). 7.30pm. Glasgow

THURSDAY 24 0 Women and Publishing The G'asgow McCance Building. Richmond

Street. 5.30pm. Free. A talk by Harriet Spicer. Managing Director ofVirago Press.

0 The British Road to Socialism Pearce Institute. Govan road. 7.30pm. Marxist education class organised by

Govan Branch Communist Party.

Open to all. Questions and Glasgow discussion. . .

o Assertiveness Training Women m Health Group. Women‘s Centre. 48 Glasgow Miller Street. 7.30pm. 75p—50p.

0 Glasgow VigiIAgainstTrident MONDAY 28 HOME RANGE

that children do not get bored, there are special sideshows such as the Three Bears Dream Home, Fairytale Theme Park with Giant’s Castle and Gingerbread House, Play Centre and . Carnival. There is plenty iorlhe grown-ups to see as well, such as a Bridal Fashion Show. The exhibition runs irom 27 April until 7 May and is open Sat, Sun and Mon, 11am—9pm, and Tues— Fri, 1 —9pm. . Admission prices are Adults £1.70, Children/DAPs 60p and a family ticket is £3.80. There is also a combined bus iumishings and fittings, there are f and admission price running irom numerous other attractions such as 1 Edinburgh City Centre oi £3 ior adults custom cars and an indoor siti slope. So I and £1.25ior children.

This year's exhibition is the biggest and most varied over. As well as the showhouses and the latest in home

Edinburgh 0 You've Got to be Kidding St Brides Community Centre. Orwell Terrace. 7.35pm. Women‘s Cabaret from 10pm. Bar. Partial Wheelchair access. £2.5(i/£1 .50. The first of a

series ofdates in Edinburgh for the - London-based cabaret company

Spare Tyre. presented by Womanzone. performing a musical on the subject of wanting and not

wanting children.

TUESDAY 29 f Edinburgh

0 You've Got to be Kidding Leith Community Centre. Kirkgate

Centre. 7.30pm. £1.5(i/L‘l. Refreshments. See Listing for the 28th.


; Edinburgh

' 0 You've Got to be Kidding

g Craigroyston Community Centre.

5 Pennyweli Road. 7.30pm. Bar. ' Wheelchair access. £1 ’5()p. See

' WEDNESDAY 23 | SATURDAY19 3 Edinburgh ' Edinburgh

Listing forthe 28th.

SATURDAY 19 Glasgow

0 Reading: Bertie Scott ‘Dod and Davie’ Studio Theatre. Third Eye Centre. 350 Sauchiehail Street. 7.30pm. 50p.



0 Mayfest Preview Department of

7 Adult and Continuing Education. ; Glasgow University. 57—61 Oakfield

Avenue. £2 (morning or afternoon) £3.50 (all day) or £5.50 (inc. lunch). An all day event consisting ofshort

~ talks by people involved in the

Mayfest including Liz Lochhead. David Hayman and Alasdair Gray.

WEDNESDAY 23 Glasgow

0 Dante and the Visual Arts College Club. Glasgow University. 7.30pm. A talk by John Barnes of Aberdeen University.

0 The Glasgow Tongue University of Strathclyde. 7—9pm. 'l‘en weeks. Evening course examining the Glasgowdialect of Scots. For further info ring Bill Findlay 552

, 44ooextzo37.


' Edinburgh

0 Poetry Reading 27 George Square.

' 7.30pm. U. A. Fanthorpe reads from

her newly published Selected Poems. Organised by the SASV. FORTHCOMING EVENTS Edinburgh

0 Woman Live Spring Fling Event

Women Live are offering a public i space for the exhibition ofwomen‘s : 3 art. at the Assembly Rooms. George


Street, from 22 to 25 May. The

exhibition aims to cover paintings/drawings/sculptures. For

further information ring Michele 228


1669 or Sheila 556 1085.