0 Robert Burns Citizens’ 'l‘heatre. 7.30pm. £3 (£1) Cones free at door. See Fri 16.
o The Puddok an’ the Princess Third Eye Centre, 332 7521. 11am and 2.30pm. £2 (£1). The return of Theatre Alba‘s delightful production ofDavid Purves‘ play about an uppity puddock (aka frog) who. through a mixture ofcharm and bombast, inveigles his way into the affections ofa princess. See panel.
O Cupboard Man Third Eye Centre. 3 8pm. £3 (£2.50). See Fri 16.
§ 0 The PatterThird Eye Centre.
10.15pm. £3 (£2.50). See Fri 16.
: e The Beggar’s Opera or Peachum’s ’ Poorhouse King‘s Theatre. 2.30pm 1 and7..30pm.£4.50,£3.50,£2.50
(cones halfprice). See Fri 16.
0 Thomas Muir: Part One Tron j Theatre 7pm. £4 (£3). See Fri 16 and Part Two.
0 Thomas Muir: Part TWO George Square. Approx 12.30pm. Free. See
o Terrestrial Extras Tron Theatre. 11pm. £4 (£3) See Fri 16.
- McGrotty and Ludmilla Tron 3 Theatre, 63 Trongate, 552 4267/8. ; Sat 17, Sun 18 May 2pm. £4 (£3).
Return of the Tron‘s successful production of Alasdair Gray‘s comic political pantomime about an uncharismatic Scot, McGrotty, in Whitehall and the havoc he wreaks
; when he gets hold of the most secret document in the world.
0 Street Entertainment George
Square. Noon—4pm. Free.
: O Volpone Dowanhill Centre
? 7.30pm. £2 (£1.50). See Fri 16.
o The Mad World My Masters Kelvingrove Park Bandstand.
7.30pm. See Fri 16. ; o Grandma Faust and The interview ; Glasgow Arts Centre 7.30pm. £1.50, . £1 (UB40 free) See Fri 16.
o Fascination Waltz Drama Centre
: 8pm. See Fri 16.
o The Rocky Horror Show Pavilion
, Theatre 7.30 and 10pm. £3.75, £3.50,£2.75. See Fri 16.
0 Swing the Cat Tron Theatre Bar, T Tron Theatre , 63 Trongate, 552 4267/8. Late night. Swing/Jazz Trio.
(Also Sat 24).
0 Late Fest Moir Hall, Mitchell Theatre. 9.30pm-midnight. Bill Fanning’s Big Band (Jazz).
r r vergemqhk—ae+- I O Pigtoot Drama Centre 1 I 0 Late Night Folk Glasgow Arts Centre. Washington Street. 221 i 4526. 10pm. £1. The Glasgow Folk Music Roadshow. i o Alternoon Ceilidh Babbity Bowster, ; 16-18 Blackfriars Street. Glasgow, 552 5055. 2—5pm. Free. 0 Y1 and Yui Go Henry Wood hall. SNO Centre. Claremont Street. 552 5961. 7.45pm. £3.50 (£1.50). Virtuosos from Peking who have toured with the Chieftains and are now stunning audiences at international festivals. 0 Bill Fanning’s Big Band MoirHalI, Mitchell Theatre. 10.30pm. £3.
ROCK . scheme with Blue Monkey
Experience Pearce Institute, Govan 3 Road, Govan.
0 Toronto Dance Theatre: Programme 3 A Mitchell Theatre. Granville Street. 221 3198'. Ticket Centre outlets (041 : 2213198). 7.45pm.£4.50(£1.50).
5 Three pieces choreographed by Christopher House — Glass Houses. Schubert Dances and Green Evening, Clear and Warm. Radical i Light by Patricia Beatty and Sacra Conversazione by David Earle. See Fri 16 for Programme B.
o The Lite and Times of Wee
MacGreegor Dolphin Arts Centre. 2
and 7.30pm. £1 (50p) See Fri 16.
O Tikta’ Liktak Mitchell Theatre.
11am and 2.30pm. £1 .50(50p) See
; Fri 16.
; 0 The Puddok an' the Princess Third
' Eye Centre. See Theatre above.
; 0 Thomas Muir: Part Two George
1 Square. See Theatre above.
0 Open Door Drama Workshops
3 Drumchapel Community Centre, 320 Kinfauns Drive. 944 1009. Sat 17
and Sun 18 May. 10am—noon and
t 2-4pm. Free. Drama workshops run by the Scottish Youth Theatre.
. Although they usually work with
teenagers these sessions are totally
open to any age. It doesn‘t matter
how little experience you have — but
wear loose clothes which allow lots
of movement and soft-soled shoes.
O Busking The Briggait Centre. 72
T 1 . I." HAD 5 " f“: TL:‘.¢Y""§-.t§h.2‘ﬁ’§i'fﬁ .
Clyde Street, 52 3970. Today Kirkintilloch Silver Band (Brass band championsl).
0 Street Entertainment George Square. Noon—4pm.
0 Derek Jarman in Perspective Celestino's Coronado A Midsummer Night's Dream (15) (Spain, 1982) with 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 ‘ DrumchapelCommunity Centre. See Kids above.
o Wee Macgreegor Dolphin Arts Centre. See Kids above.
0 Gorbals Rock Festival Rose
Garden. Old Rutherglen Road, Gorbals. 2-6pm. '
I NDAY 18 THEATRE
O The PatterThird Eye Centre 8pm. £3 (£2.50). See Fri 16.
0 Thomas Muir: Part One Tron Theatre 7pm. £4 (£3). See Fri 16 and Part Two.
0 Thomas Muir: Part Two The Barras. Approx 12.30pm. Free. See Fri 16 and Part One.
0 Terrestrial Extras Tron Theatre 11pm. £4 (£3). See Fri 16.
0 McGrotty and Ludmilla Tron Theatre 2pm. £4 (£3). See Fri 17.
0 Volpone Dowanhill Centre 7.30pm. £2. See Fri 16.
o Sorley McLean, Margaret Bennet Babbity Bowster. 16-18 Blackfriars Street. 552 5055. 3pm. £3. o Syrbacy and Rysy The Briggait Centre. Clyde Street. 7.30pm. £3. CANCELLED.
0 Love and Money, Wet Wet Wet, The Shop Assistants and Strangers And Brothers. The Pavilion, Rentield
Street, 332 1846. Tickets £3 on the
door. The culmination ol Maytest's rock week with an excellent bill - irom
- the Shop Assistants’ Velvets pop, Strangers and Brothers’ twisted rock, Wet Wet Wet’s searing soul and Love
And Money’s funk/rock. Brilliantthe gig at the year solar. The event runs lrom 5.30-10.30pm.
0 Open Door Drama Workshops Drumchapel Community Centre. IOam—noon and 2-4pm. Free. See Sat 17.
0 Thomas Muir: Part Two The Barras. Approx 12.30pm. See Theatre.
O Busking The Briggait Centre.
; Today, The Four Busketeers, f Caledonia Brass.
0 Derek Jarman in Perspective Caravaggio ( 18) (Derek Jarman, UK
1986) 93 mins. Glasgow Film Theatre, 12 Rose Street, 332 6535.
Sun 18—Sat 24, 6pm and 8.30pm.
, £2.30 (£1.50). See Film listings and
0 Open Door Drama Workshops Drumchapel Community Centre IOam—noon and 2—4pm. Free. See
MONDAY 1 '
o The Story at the Eye and the Tooth Mitchell Theatre, Granville Street, 552 5961 (Ticket Centre) Mon 19 am Tue 20 May 7.30pm. £4.50 (£1.50). 0 Robert Burns Citizens’ Theatre, Gorbals Street 7.30pm. £3 (£1). Concs free at door. See Fri 16.
O Tartuiie King‘s Theatre, Bath Street, 552 5961 (Ticket Centre) Mon 19LSat 24 may 7.30pm, also Sat 24, 3pm. £4.50, £3.50, £2.50. Two for price ofone 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 - Bed and Black Glasgow Arts Centre, 12 Washington Street, 221 4526. Mon 198m 24 may 7.30pm. £2, £1. Premiere of a new play by George Gunn about the great revolutionary.
” Scottish Theatre Company
DIRECTOR: TOM FLEMING
DONALDA SAMUEI. - PAUL YOUNG
ALL S ATS £2 (Concessions) Box Office: 041-429 0022/8177
CITIZENS’ THEATRE, GLASGOW Fri 2-Sat 24 May 1986 (MAYFEST) Evenin s: 7.30 m. Matinee: Sat 24 May at 4.30pm (Eve: 8pm)
ROY HANLON - ALLAN ROSS - PATRICIA ROSS FINLAY WELSH ° CAREY WILSON
IAIN ANDREW ~ KENNETH BRYANS - ANDREW BYA'I‘T - ALEXANDER MORTON - EILEEN NICHOLAS - CAROLINE PATERSON - DAVID WALLACE - JULIA WALLACE - 'I‘OM WATSON '
Director: DAVID HAYMAN. Designer: KENNY MILLER. Lighting: GERRY jENKINSON
ON TOU R
ADAM SMITH THEATRE, KIRKCAI.DY 26-31 May PALACE THEATRE, KILMARNOCK 3-7 june KING’S THEATRE, EDINBURGH 9-I4 June
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