. " ‘. . 1:.E-‘~“.u.'t.‘:- from Peking who have toured with the Chieftains and are now stunning audiences at international festivals. 0 Bill Fannings Big Band Moir Hall, Mitchell Theatre. 10.30pm. £3.
0 Scheme with Blue Monkey Experience Pearce Institute, Govan.
0 Toronto Dance Theatre: Programme A Mitchell Theatre. 7.45pm. £4.50 (£1.50). See'lhurs 15.
o The Lite and Times of Wee MacGreegor Dolphin Arts Centre. 2
and 7.30pm. £1 (50p). See Mon 12.
0 Open Door Drama Workshops Drumchapel Community Centre, 320 Kinfauns Drive. 944 1009. Sat 17 and Sun 18 May. 10am—noon and 2-4pm. Free. See Tue 6.
O Busklng . . . The Briggait Centre. See Sat 3. Today Kirkintilloch Silver Band (Brass Band champions!).
' 0 Street Entertainment George Square. Noon-4pm. See Sat 3.
0 Derek Jarman in Perspective
5 Celestino’s Coronado A Midsummer
Nights Dream ( 15) (Spain) 1982) with
i The Tempest (15) (Derek Jarman)
UK 1979) Glasgow Film Theatre, 12
Rose Street, 332 6535. 2.30pm. £1.80
(£1). See Film listings.
0 Open Door Drama Workshops Drumchapel Community Centre, 320 Kinfauns Drive. Sat 17 and Sun 18 May 10am—noon and 2—4pm. Free. See Tue 6 May.
o Wee MacGreegor Dolphin Arts Centre 2pm and 7.30pm. See Mon
o Gorbals Rock Festival Rose Garden, Old Rutherglen Road, Gorbals. 2—6pm.
O The Patter Third Eye Centre 8pm. £3 (£2.50) See Fri 16 and panel.
0 Thomas Mulr: Part One Tron Theatre 7pm. £4 (£3). See Sat 3 and Part Two.
0 Thomas Muir: Part Two The Barras. Approx 12.30pm. Free. See Thurs 8 and part One.
0 Terrestrial Extras Tron Theatre 11pm. £4 (£3). See Tue 6.
o McGrotty and Ludmllla Tron
Theatre 2pm. £4 (£3). See Sat 10. o Volpone Dowanhill Centre 7.30pm. £2. See Wed 14.
‘ o Sorley McLean, Margaret Bennet
Babbity Bowster, Blackfriars Street, 3pm. £3.
0 Syrbacy and Bysy The Briggait Centre, Clyde Street. 7.30pm. £3.
36 The List 2— 15 May
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7.30pm, also Sat 24 3pm. £4.50,
; Way back in the 60’s, a joiner downed tools in Shetland and took his iiddle
l and the boat to mainland Scotland. A
F tevr weeks ago ‘Down Home', his
, television series, tinlshed its acclaimed Channel 4 run, and the
= albums oi music from the series,
. tilmed with iiddlers at home and all
; over North America, are best sellers.
i Aly Bain continues to lead a perlpatetic ~ existence with Boys Ot The Lough but
. you can hear him on the 24th with
g Paddy Glackin, a superbly eloquent
é Dublin-based liddler, whose style
; owes much to his Donegal background.
0 Shop Assistants, Strangers and ; Bothers, Wet Wet Wet and Love and Money Pavilion, 332 1846. 5.30pm.
3 0 Open Door Drama Workshops Drumchapel Community Centre.
' 10am—noon and 2-4pm. Free. See .‘Tue 6. '
i 0 Basking . . . The Briggait Centre. See Sun 4 May. Today, The Four
E Busketeers, Caledonia Brass.
3 0 Derek Jarman ln Perspective
§ Caravaggio (18) (Derek J arman UK . 1986) 93 mins. Glasgow Film
: Theatre, 12 Rose Street, 332 6535. Sun 18-Sat 24. 6pm & 8.30pm. £2.20 . (£1.50). See Film listings and
WORKSHOPS ' 0 Open Door Drama Workshops
r Drumchapel Community Centre. : 10am—noon and 2-4pm. Free. See . Tue 6 may.
3 MONDAY19 :THEATRE
o The Story at the Eye and the Tooth Mitchell Theatre, 552 5961 (Ticket Centre) Mon 19 and Tue 20 May 7.30pm. £4.50 (£1.50).
0 Robert Burns Citizens’ Theatre 7.30pm. £3 (£1). Cones free at door. See Fri 2.
O Tartulie King's Theatre, 552 5961 (Ticket Centre) Mon 19—Sat 24 May
£3.50, £2.50. Two for price of one today only. The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company in a brilliantly funny production of Liz Lochhead’s highly inventive adaptation into Scots of Moliere’s classic French comedy about hypocrisy.
0 Erchle Kelvingrove Park Bandstand. Free. Mon 19—Fri 23 May 8pm. Production of a play by Neil Munro.
0 Emma, Emma- Red and Black Glasgow Arts Centre, 221 4526. Mon 19—Sat 24 May 7.30pm. £2, £1. Premiere of a new play by George Gunn about the great revolutionary, Emma Goldman, presented by United Artists (Scotland) whose recent production of The Boxer Benny Lynch was a great success.
0 Late Fest Moir Hall. 10.30pm—lam. £3 (£1.50). Hank Wangford, cow—patter extraordinaire.
O Mellow Guitars Glasgow
g Guitarfest. Kelvin Park Lorne Hotel, Sauchiehall Street, 334 4891. 8pm. £5. Five, yes five, guitars with a rhythm section, led by Lorne regular Iain McHaffie.
0 D Group 4 Dowanhill Centre. Four Acres charitable Trust. 93 llyndland Street. 3399407. Mon 19—Wed 21
' May 7.30pm. £2 (£1 .50) approx. Five pieces from a new group offering contemporary (‘cunningham‘)
i 0 Derek Jarman in Perspective
5 Caravaggio (18) (Derek Jarman UK I 1986) 93 mins. Glasgow Film
; Theatre. 6pm & 8.30pm. £2.20 (£1.50). See Film listings and feature.
i 0 Dance Workshop with D Group 4 Dowanhill Centre, 93 Hyndland Street, 339 9407. Mon 19—Wed 21 May 10am. D Group 4, a new group i of dancers who can be seen in performance, Mon 19—Wed 21 may 1 7.30pm at above venue, offer open
i contemporary (‘Cunningham‘) workshops.
o Workshops In Music and Dance Penilee Community Centre, 10 Gleddoch Road, 882 3309. Mon 1%Thurs 22 May. Times to be announced. Free. Scottish Opera for Youth and Rotating Dancers (Scotland) are together offering a week of intensive contemporary dance workshops for young people (aged 16+ men and women) working towards a ‘rock opera’ to be performed on Fri 23, 7.30pm at above venue. Rotating Dancers are also giving workshops at the Dowanhill Centre, see Tue 6 May, and Maryhill Arts Centre, see Sat 3 May.
o Gold In The Streets Eastfield
Community Centre 7.30pm. The much-acclaimed group, Charabanc, from Belfast in a play about the exodus of Ireland’s people.
o The Story of the Eye and the Tooth Mitchell Theatre 7.30pm. £4.50 (£1.50). See Mon 19.
0 Prince Peter’s Sticky Adventure Mitchell Theatre, 552 5961 (Ticket Centre) Tue 20—Sat 24 May 11am. £1. Black Box Puppet Theatre in a production for your children concerning the adventures of Prince Peter- lots ofjoining in.
o The Circus Comes to Town Mitchell Theatre, 552 5961 (Ticket Centre) Tue 20—Sat 24 May 2.30pm. £1 . Black Box Puppet Theatre in a wacky puppet show for 3—7 year-olds.
0 Robert Burns Citizens’ Theatre 7.30pm. £3 (£1). Concs free at door. See Fri 2.
O Tartulie King’s Theatre 7.30pm. £4.50, £3.50, £2.50 (cones half price) See Mon 19.
0 Bing Hitler Tron Theatre, 552
4267/8. 7 and 10pm. £4 (£3). Fave comedian at the Tron, back to build on the reputation he established during earlier appearances here.
0 Erchle Kelvingrove Park Bandstand 8pm. See Mon 19.
0 Emma, Emma — Red and Black Glasgow Arts Centre 7.30pm. £2, £1. See Mon 19.
0 Hollywood Daze Garret Mask and Puppet Centre, 339 6185. Tue 20 and Wed 21 May 7.30pm. £2.50, Child £2. Solo mime show from Gerry Turvey, a feminist mime artist.
0 La Clapa Ruse Babbity Bowster, Blackfriars Street. 7.30pm. £8. (Includes Italian Supper) A North Italian Battlefield Band. First visit to Scotland for the Group who caused a big stir in England last year.
0 Ding Hitler Tron Theatre. 7pm and 10pm. £4 (£3). The popular comedian returns to the Tron with more wacky wit.
0 Late Fest Moir Hall. 10.30pm—lam. £3 (£1.50). Hank Wangford and The Millies.
o The Dhundu Boys Mayfair Ballroom, 332 3872. 8.30pm. £4 (£3.50). Special appearance in Glasgow of sensational African 4-piece band from Zimbabwe.
Sat 3 May
0 Gorbals Maytest Launch Cumberland Arcade, Gorbals. 2pm 0 Street Entertainment George Square. Sat 3, 10, 17 and 24 May. Noon-4pm. Music, comedy, dance and mime in the Square plus heaps of Mayfest balloons.
O Bucking . . . The Briggait Centre, 72 Clyde Street, 552 3970. 12.30pm-4pm. Free. The usual
Briggait ‘shop it to ya’ live