i Emma Goldman. presented by United Artists (Sootland) whose recent production of The Boxer Benny Lynch was a great success. 0 The Wummin Disappears Maryhill Arts Centre. 945 3995. 7.30pm. £1 (50p). Also Thurs 22. Musical comedy spoof on the theme of the
detective of the movies performed by the all woman group.
0 Late Fest Moir Hall. Mitchell Theatre. 10.30—1am. £3(£1.50). Hank Wangford. cow-patter extraordinaire. See Feature and Spring Fling.
o Mellow Guitars Glasgow 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 Hyndland Street. 339 9407. Mon 19—Wed 21 May7.30pm. £2 (£1.50) approx. Five pieces from a new group offering contemporary (‘Cunningham‘) dance.
0 Derek Jarman in Perspective Caravaggio ( 18) (Derek Jarman. UK. 1986) 93 mins. Glasgow Film Theatre. 6pm and 8.30pm. £2.20 (£1.50). See Film listings.
0 Dance Workshop with D Group 4 Dowanhill Centre. 93 Hyndland Street. 3399407. Mon l9—Wed 21 may 10am. D Group 4. a new group of dancers who can be seen in performance. Mon l9—Wed 21 May 7.30pm at above venue. offer open contemporary (‘Cunningham‘) workshops.
o Workshops in Music and Dance Penilee Community Centre. 10 Gleddoch Road. 882 3309. Mon 19—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.
o Fidget Workshops Maryhill Arts Centre 11 Malloch Street. 944 3995. Mon 19 May. Community workshops open to all. See performance. Dance 16 May.
0 Five Jeely Pieces (workshop) Maryhill Arts Centre. 11 Malloch Street. 944 3995. Phone for details.
0 Gold in the Streets Eastfield Community Centre 7.30pm. The
5 much-acclaimed group. Charabanc from Belfast in a play about the exodus of Ireland‘s people. 0 Lucky Numbers Rags Community Theatre Co. Shettleston Community
TO The List l6— 29 May
9 Centre, 54 Amulree Street. 778 5783. 7.30pm. Phone for details. _ . j and his new book. Musrc Hall
Memories (Richard Drew
. Book League. 15a Lyndedoch Street
I 7.30pm. £1 .50 (or £4 for 3 events: see
o The Story of the Eye and the Tooth Mitchell Theatre 7.30pm. £4.50 (£1.50). See Mon 19.
0 Robert Burns Citizens‘ Theatre 7.30pm. £3 (£1). Cones free at door. See Fri 16.
O Tarturie King‘s Theatre 7.30pm. £4.509. £3.50. £2.50 (cones half price) See Mon 19.
O Bing HillerTron 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 Erchie 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 Ciapa Husa 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 HillerTron Theatre. 7pm and 10pm. £4 (£3). The popular comedian returns to the Tron with more wacky wit.
0 Late Fest Moir Hall, Mitchell Theatre. 10.30pm—1am. £3 (£1.50). Hank Wangford. the Millies and Arnold Brown.
0 The Bhundu Boys Mayfair. Also a Mayfest occasion, the Bhundu Boys have flown from West Africa (Zimbabwe) to play for the first time in Scotland. The band are terribly, terribly famous in Zimbabwe — I would strongly suggest you go down to find out all about them!
0 Gorbals Mayfest Launch Cumberland Arcade. Gorbals. 2pm. 0 Street Entertainment George Square. Sat 3. 10. 17 and 24 May. Noone4pm. Music. comedy, dance and mime in the Square plus heaps of Mayfest balloons.
0 Basking The Briggait Centre. 72 Clyde Street. 552 3970. 12.30—4pm. Free. The usual Briggait ‘shop it to ya‘ live performance but likely to be livelier than usual in Mayfest. Included today, The Southside Brass band. acoustic blues band — The Crawford McCullum Trio and harp duo. Sileas. from Edinburgh. Free.
0 D Group 4 Dowanhill Centre. 7.30pm. See Mon 19.
0 Music Hall Memories The National 1
(off Woodlands Road) 332 0391.
I also Tue 6 and Wed 14
_ Theatre. Granville Street. 552 5961
' and Lounge 8pm. A tribute to Patsy
- 0 Gold In The Streets John Mains
‘ WEDNESDAY 21 l
i o Workshops in Music and Dance
). Jack House talks about his works on Glasgow
Publishing) the publication of which coincides with his 80th birthday.
0 Prince Peter’s Sticky Adventure Mitchell Theatre. Granville Street. 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. (3-7 year-olds).
o The Circus Comes to Town Mitchell
(Ticket Centre) Tue 20—Sat 24 May 2.30pm. £1. Black Box Puppet Theatre in a wacky puppet show.
0 Priesthill Puppet Group Househill Community Centre. 881 8083. 7.30pm. 50p (25p). Marionette puppets. Floppy the Clown and pop puppets in performance. The
amateur group. based in Glasgow
has been established for about six years and tours both Scotland and Europe.
0 The Life and Time of Wee MacGreegor Geoff Shaw Centre. Kerrylamont Avenue. Toryglen. 7.30pm. £1 (50p). See Fri 16.
o Priesthill Puppet Group Househill Community Centre. Househillwood Road. Priesthill. 881 8083 (Arts Centre). 7.30pm. 50p (25p).
0 Dance Workshop with D Group 4 Dowanhill Centre. 10am. See Mon 19 May.
0 Workshops in Music and Dance Penilee Community Centre. Free. See Mon 19 May.
0 Gerry Turvey Mime Workshop The Garret. Mask and Puppet Centre. 39b Otago Street. 339 6185. Tue 20 and Wed 21 May. Two-day workshop 1 lam—1pm and 2—4pm for both days. 12 places only — book in advance. Gerry Turvey (in performance at above venue. Tue 20 and Wed 21 may. 7.30pm) is the only feminist mime artiste in the north of England. She has come up from Leeds for this festival and will be giving a two-day workshop on some mime skills.
0 Some Way To Go Tormusk Tenant‘s ; Hall 7.30pm. Contemporary working class youth. Also workshop on Wed 21 at 2pm..
0 Walkln' Alter Mldnlgbllarvey’s Bar
Cline from her songs. performed by Madelaine Taylor.
0 Wee MacGreegor Geoff Shaw Centre 7.30pm. See Fri 16.
Centre 7.30pm. See Mon 19.
0 Gold in the Streets Mitchell
- Theatre. Granville Street. 552 5961
(Ticket Centre) Wed 21 and Thurs i 22 may 7-30pm. £3.50 (£1.50).
f 7.30pm. £3 (£1). Cones free at door. See Fri 16.
O Tartulte King‘s Theatre 7.30pm.
. £4.50.£3.50.£2.50(c0ncs half
price). See Mon 19.
. Glasgow Arts Centre 7.30pm. £2 (£1). See Mon 19. ; 0 Hollywood Daze Garret Mask and
7.30pm. One night only appearance from the successful comedy duo.
0 Late Fest Moir Hall. Mitchell
_ Theatre. 10.30pm—1am.£3(£2.50).
? The Millies.
. 0 Derek Jarman in Perspective ’ Caravagglo(18)(Derek Jarman,UK, ;
Charabanc Theatre Company from Belfast. 0 Robert Burns Citizens‘ Theatre
0 Erchie Kelvingrove park Bandstand 8pm. See Mon 19. 0 Emma, Emma - Red and Black
Puppet Centre. 7.30pm. £2.50 (£2). See Tue 20.
0 Some Way to Go Drama Centre. 552 5827/4. Wed 21 and Thurs 22 May 7.30pm. See Tue 20. (A comedy workshop will be given by Peter Mullan on 23 May from 2-4pm).
0 Arnold Brown and Oscar McLennan Tron Theatre Bar. Tron Theatre, 63 Trongate. Glasgow. 552 4267/8. 8pm. £2.50. £1 .50. (Bar closes
o Whistlehinkies People‘s Palace.
j o The Complete Alternative History of
the World Part One (formerly Kicking
1 Against the Pricks) Third Eye Centre, 3 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. a
: Glasgow Green. 7.30pm. £3. l 5
8pm. 1: (£2.50). Also 22, 23 and 24 l
J May at 10.15pm. The Nippy Sweeties ! , Angie Rew. Liz Lochhead and : ; Elaine C. Smith. in a revue ofwords, 2 song and wit — from the team that
brought you the successful True
' 0 D Group 4 Dowanhill Centre 7.30pm. See Mon 19.
j KIDS ‘ , 0 Prince Peter's Sticky Adventure 3 Mitchell Theatre 11am. £1. See Tue
. Confessrons. I
. 0 The Circus Comes to Town Mitchell : Theatre 2.30pm. £1 . See Tue 20.
- o Pollok Community Circus
’ Dennistoun. Slatefield Street. 6pm. i Free.
0 The Life and Times of Wee
MacGreegor Drumchapel 1 Community Centre. 2pm. £1 (50p).
See Fri 16. i l
1986) 93 mins. Glasgow Film ; Theatre. 6pm and 8.30pm. £2.20 3 -, (£1.50). See Film listings.
j 0 Dance Workshop with D Group 4
Dowanhill Centre. 10am. See Mon 19.
Penilee Community Centre. Free. See Mon 19.
0 Drama Workshop Tormusk Tenants’ Hall. Scarrel Drive.
Castlemilk (Rick Davidson 634