in Bristo Square, Speakers - Mike Devlin (President EUSA), Evonne Strachan (from STUC), Pauline McNeil] (President-elect NUS Scotland). 2.45pm: March to Princes Street Gardens. 3.30pm: Princes Street Gardens, Speaker Archie MacPherson. Music from local bands. Organised by Edinburgh , University Student Association, NUS Scotland, Edinburgh District Council, EDINB RAG (Edinburgh Benefits Rights Action Group) and the National Campaign Against Social Security Cuts.

[0101131— FRIDAY 2 Edinburgh

0 ‘You’ve Got to be Kidding’ - Spare Tyre The Pleasance. 7.30pm. £2.50 (£1). Late Bar. Partial wheelchair access. Continuing the series of dates of the cabaret company’s musical on the subject of wanting (and not wanting) children. Presented by Womanzone in association with the University Women’s Group.

SATURDAY 3 Edinburgh

0 ‘You've Got to be Kldding' - Spare Tyre Clovenstone Community Centre, Wester Hailes Park. 7.30pm. £1.75/£1. Bar. Partial wheelchair access. See Fri 2,



0 Krishnamurti Questions lrom Brockwood Park 1985 Glasgow Krishnamurti Information Centre, 339 7875. Video showing of Krishnamurti followed by discussion.

TUESDAY 6 Edinburgh

0 Micro-wave cooking tor one or two Waterstone’s Bookshop, 114 George Street. 8pm. Free. Cooking demonstration.

FRIDAY 9 Edinburgh

0 Benetlt Concert tor the Scottish Poetry Library St Cecilia’s Hall. Cowgate. 7.30pm. £3.50/£2. Robin Williamson, Alan Spence and Margaret Bennett. Compere Aonghas MacNeacail. Tickets available from Waterstone’s

WEDNESDAY 14 Edinburgh

0 Scot Free Waterstone’s Bookshop, 114 George Street. 8pm. Free. Travel writer Alastair Scott talks about his new book.


SATURDAY 3 Edinburgh

0 Lauriston Fire Station Open Day 10am. Parade of vintage and modern appliances, displays, stalls, refreshments, Grand Prize Draw. Funds in aid of the Burns Unit at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children.

0 Sport is listed as diary: by sport. then by day, then by event.

FOOTBALL Saturday 3



0 Clydebankvaerdeen Kilbowie (952 2887/2800). Nearest railway station Singer. Bus Nos 6. 11. 19. 19A. 39. 39A.62, 64. 64A. 83. All seated £2—£3. 3pm. Aberdeen will be desperater disappointed with this season‘s performances and don‘t be too surprised if they hold back this afternoon in expectation of revenge next week.

0 Hibernian v Dundee United Easter Road (661 2159). Bus Nos 4. 15. 42. 44. Sitting £3.50—£5. Standing £2—£2.50. 3pm. Dundee United having blown it again may well be in for some serious change between now and next season. so this will be the last chance to impress old sourpuss MacLean before then.

0 Rangers v Motherwell Ibrox (427 1117) Ibrox Underground station is 2 mins from ground. Bus Nos 4, 9. 17. 17A. 17B. 25. 52. 52A. 54. 54A. 65. 89 and 90. Sitting £2.75—£3.75. Standing £2.20. 3pm. Will Souness make a lot ofdifference to Rangers when all's said and done. He certainly can‘t be faulted for commitment ie when he’s not playing too well he kicks someone to show that he cares. Honestly. this will be the first time I have ever praised RFC. but installing Souness showed vision and they are to be congratulated for it.

0 St Mirren V Celtic Love Street (889 2558) Paisley Gilmour Street train station is 400 yards from Love Street. Sitting £3.50. Standing £2.20—£2.80.

3pm. If. by any chance the Championship is still alive, this is a game I would heartily recommend to all and sundry. But since Hearts have probably won it by now all I can do is congratulate them and hope Aberdeen have a better season next time around.


0 Airdrie v Hamilton Broomfield (62067) Airdrie train station is 6 mins walk from ground. Sitting £2.20. Standing£1.70. 3pm.

0 Falkirk v East File Brockville (24121) All buses from town centre pass ground. Falkirk Grahamstone train station is 100 yards from stadium. Sitting £2.20—£2.70. Standing£l .70. 3pm.

0 KilmarnockvAyr United Rugby Park (25184) Kilmarnock train station is 15 mins from ground. bus station 10 mins. Standing£l .70—£l .90. Sitting £2.20. 3pm.

0 Morton v Clyde Cappielow (23571) Cartsdyke train station is 5 mins from ground. Bridge of Weir and Renfrcw buses from Glasgow stop outside. Standing£1.7(). Sitting £2.50. 3pm.

0 Partick Thistle v Brechin Firhill (946 2673/1348) Bus Nos 1. 8. 21 , 57. 60. 61A. 89 and 90. Standing £1.70—£I.90. Sitting£1.90—£2.20. 3pm.

Sunday 4

0 Kenny Dalgiish Testimonial Match Alex Ferguson Select v Tommy Docherty Select Hampden Park 3pm (for travel see Queen‘s Park v Stranraer, above). Home Scots v Anglo Scots in a charity match. Stand tickets are £3—£5 which seems a bit steep even for Scotland‘s greatest ever player. But the ground will be cheaper and a good turn out is


Football tans in their hundreds will be heading to the Playhouse Theatre on Sun 11 lorthe 6th Edinburgh Football Programme Fair. The hobby ol collecting lootbail programmes has become tremendously popular in recent years and the Edinburgh Fair looks set to be the biggest yet, with collectors coming lrom all over Scotland to see the 50,000 plus programmes tor sale.

Prices will range Irom Sp to 935-220 although a lew rarities can letch up to three ligures. Some programmes will be very old -there will be English programmes going back to the 20's and 30's although pre-war Scottish programmes are very rare.

The 6th Edinburgh Football Programme Fair is at the Playhouse Theatre, Leith Walk on Sunday May 11



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lrom11am—4pm. Access is by the disco entrance and admission is 40p tor adults and 20p for children.

expected even if the game won‘t be up to much. Pre match celebrity 5-a-side starts at 2.20pm.

Friday 9

0 Rangers v Celtic Glasgow Cup Final Hampden Park (see above). This match should not have been played on the eve of the cup final. Normally no one turns up but they'll be there in i droves if Souness plays. £2—£3.50. 7pm.

Saturday 10

0 Aberdeen v Hearts Scottish Cup Final . Hampden park (see above). Queen’s F Park will be pleased at the amount of football Hampan is getting and the fans should be pleased at what

should be a cracking cup final.

cmcxer - Saturday 3 :


o Strathmore County v Forlarshire.

o Dunbartonshire v Fiteshire Auchenhowie. Milngavie. . 0 West Lothian v Perthshire Boghall. Linlithgow.

o Ayrshire v Aberdeenshire The Oval. Prestwick.


o Stenhousemulrv Cupar The Tryst. Stenhousemuir.

0 Edinburgh Accies v Kirkcaldy Newfield, Edinburgh.

0 Fauldhouse Victoria v Leith Franklin.

0 Royal High v Carlton Jock‘s Lodge. Edinburgh.

0 Watsonians v Heriots FP Myreside. Edinburgh.

Saturday 10


o Forlarshire vCIackmannan X Co. 0 Stirling County v Dunbartonshire 0 West Lothian v Strathmore County Boghall, Linlithgow.

o Fiteshire vAyrshire.

RYDEN AND PARTNERS EAST LEAGUE o Cupar v Edinburgh Accies Duffis Park, Cupar.

o Heriots FP v Stenhousemuir Goldenacre, Edinburgh.

0 Royal High v Fauldhouse Victoria Jock‘s Lodge, Edinburgh.

0 Kirkcaldy v Leith Franklin Bennochy, Kirkcaldy.


o Ferguslie vAyr Meikleriggs.

o Greenock v Kelburne.

o Drumpeiier v West at Scotland Langloan. Coatbridge.

o Uddlngstone v Clydesdale.

o Klimarnock v Poloc Kirkstyle. Kilmarnock.


0 Race Days Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Powderhall Stadium, Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. Race meetings are for 10 races. starting at 7.30pm. £2.20 stand, £1 .30ground (inc programme).


0 Race Days Tuesdays, Thursdays 7.45pm, Saturday 7.30pm. Shawfield Stadium. Ruthergien.

£1 .50 (inc programme).

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