, KIDS I 0 Prince Peter’s Sticky Adventure I Mitchell Theatre. See Theatre.

j o Alden Knight and Aseneh Rodriguez

Third Eye Centre. 7.30pm. £3 (£2).

; See thurs 22.

0 Derek Jarman In Perspective

Caravaggio(18) (Derek Jarman. UK.

1986) 93 mins. Glasgow Film

I Theatre. 6pm and 8.30pm. £2.20 (£1.50). See Film listings.


0 Dance Workshop with Axis Dowanhiil Centre. 93 Hyndland Street, 339 9407. Fri 23 and Sat 24, 2pm. £1.50. Contemporary dance workshops from Axis Dance Company (in performance Thurs

22—Sat 24 May, 8pm at above venue) for any age.

0 Drama Workshop The Drama Centre/Strathclyde Theatre Group. 126 Ingram Street, 552 5827. Free. See Wed 21.


0 Gold in the Streets Drumchapei Community Centre 7.30pm. See

Mon 19.

0 Nothing Without Work? Govan

Cross 8pm. See Wed 21 .

0 Lucky Numbers Rags. Bellrock

3 Community Centre, Crownhill, 774 4994. 7.30pm.


0 Two Plays Mitchell Theatre 7.30pm. £4.50 (£1.50). See Fri 23.

A 0 Prince Peter's Sticky Adventure

. Mitchell Theatre 11am. £1. See Tue 20.

o The Circus Comes to Town Mitchell

Theatre 2.30pm. £1. See Tue 20.

. 0 Robert Burns Citizens‘ Theatre 4.30 and 8pm. £3 (£1). Concs free at door. See Fri 16.

O Tartutie King’s Theatre. 3 and 7.30pm. £4.50, £3.50, £2.50 (concs half price) See Mon 19.

0 La Glaconda Tron Theatre 8pm.

£4.50, £5.50. See Thurs 22.

' 0 Street Entertainment George Square 12—4pm. Free.

' 0 Emma, Emma - Red and Black Glasgow Arts Centre 7.30pm. £2,

£1.See Mon 19.


o The Little Mahagonny Tron Theatre. 2pm. Brecht and Weill‘s , mini-version for cabaret oftheir full : length opera Mahagonn y performed ' by Scottish Opera Chorus. 0 The Complete Alternative Historon the World (tormerly Kicking Against the PI’ICIS) Third Eye Centre. 10.15pm. ~ £3 (£1.50). See Wed 21. ; 0 Swing the Cat Tron Theatre Bar. Late night. See Sat 17. i o The iiighly Visibles Dowanhiil ': Centre. The Four Acres Charitable Trust, 93 Hyndland Street, 339 9407. I 10pm. A cabaret with a theme: a less I than serious look at neurosis. o Saltire Society Happening Mitchell Library. 3pm. £4. See Talks/Poetry, 552 5055. 0 My Gain and Paddy Glackin Babbity

12 The List 16— 29 May

Bowsters, Blackfriars Street. 3pm.

£4. The world’s most famous fiddler, from Shetland and the Boys of the Lough, with one of the greatest of the Irish players.

0 AI Casey, George Penman Jazz Band Glasgow Society of Musicians,

Berkeley Street. 8pm. £3.50.

0 Results Glasgow Arts Centre, 12 Washington Street. 2214526. 9.45pm. £1. Reflections on America‘s gift ofjazz. Tony Gorman, sax, Jim Clelland, keyboards, George Lyle, bass, and Nick Weston. drums.


0 La Gioconda Tron Theatre, Trongate. 552 4267/8. 8pm. £5.50 (£4.50). See Thurs 22 for full description.

0 Lunchproms Hutcheson‘s Hall, 158 Ingram St.Extra date: Sun 25. 12.30pm. £2.50. See Thurs 22 for full description.

0 Small Proms Hutcheson’s Hall, 158 Ingram St.Extra date: Sun 25. 7.30pm. £3 (£1). Edinburgh Quartet/Paragon Ensemble see Thurs 22 for full description.


0 View From Here Dowanhiil Centre. 8pm. £2.50 (£2). See Thurs 22.

0 Five Jeely Pieces Fidget Dance, George Square. Lunchtime. Free. See Fri 16.


0 Children’s Puppet Workshop The Garret, Mask and Puppet Centre, 39b Otago Street, 339 6185. 10am—1pm. £2.50. NB Date is not as in the programme. A workshop with Malcolm Knight. Making Spongee Puppets. which are made from polyfoam and operated by hand from inside the Spongee! 15 places only. For age approx 7- 14 years.

0 Prince Peter’s Sticky Adventure Mitchell Theatre. See Theatre.

0 The Circus Comes to Town Mitchell Theatre. See Theatre.


0 Street Entertainment George Square. Noon-4pm.

o Alden Knight and Aseneh Rodriguez Third Eye Centre. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). See Thurs 22 May.

0 Derek Jarman in Perspective Caravaggio (18) (Derek Jarman UK 1986) 93 mins. Glasgow Film Theatre. 6pm & 8.30pm. £2.20 (£1.50). See Film listings.

0 Mayiest Firework Spectacular Glasgow Garden Festival Site. Mayfest‘s Grand Finale. Best view (and this is where the music can be heard) from the Car Park of the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. (opposite side of the river). Finnieston. 10pm.

A bus shuttle service returns to George Square from the SECC car

park at'10.30pm.

There will be takeaway food available in the car park.

0 Grand End oi Maytest Gig Maryhili

Arts Centre. 11 Malloch Street, 945 3995. 8pm—1am with Fidget Dance, | Billy Borland and support. £1 (50p).

BABBITY BOWSTER 16—1 8 Blackfriars Street. Glasgow G1 1 PE: 041 552 5055 until 30 June (open 7 days) Ronald Forbes Drawings and Paintings from the Robbie McRuse - A Castaway Series 1986.

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COLLINS GALLERY University of Strathclyde. Richmond Street, Glasgow: 041 552 4400 Ext 2416/2682. Until 31 May (closed Mon May 26) Mon—Fri 10am—5pm, Sat 12noon—4pm. Admission free. ‘Signs of the Times’ Art & Industry in Scotland 1750—1985.

e o o o o COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. Glasgow: 041 221 6370. Daily except Suns. Until 23 May. 10.30am—5.30pm.

"The Barras’ Paintings by 25 invited artists on the theme. Sponsored by Arthur Andersen Co.

0 o o o o CORNERS GALLERY 19 Gibson Street, Glasgow G12: 041 334 6386. Unti|31 May. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm, Sat 10am-5pm. Jimmy Cosgrove A series of paintings.

o o o o o CYRIL GERBER FINE ARTS 148 West Regent Street. Glasgow G2 20R: 041 221 3095/041 204 0276. Daily except Sunday 9.30am—5.30pm until May 24.

The Innocent Eye British and Polish Naive Paintings and

Sculpture. 0 o o o 0 THE FINE ART SOCIETY 134

Blythswood Street, Glasgow G2: 041 332 4027. Until May 31. Monday—Friday 9.30am—5.30pm. Saturdays 10'am—1 pm, closed Sundays.

Spring ’86 and Recent Works by Barbara Rae.

o o o o o GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street, Glasgow G3 8A2: 041 221 4526. Until 30 May (Closed Monday May 26) Monday—Friday 10am—9pm. Saturday 10am—5pm.

George Wyllie’s Americana A Big Parade of Scul?tural Brick-a-Bat.

o o o o o GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 128 Ingram Street, Glasgow G1 1 EJ: 041 552 0704/7179. Until May 31 . Monday—Saturday 10am—5.30pm. Etchings by Barolomeu Dos

Santos. o o o o


GS 8AG: 041 357 3929. Until June 22 Delfttield a Glasgow Pottery 1748—1823. Until June 1 The Family of Coal Miners photographs by Milton Rogovin. Until June 1 Scottish Photography - The First Half. (RUTHERGLEN MUSEUM OF LOCAL HISTORY King Street. Rutherglen1041 647 0837) Until June 1 The Caledonian Pottery.

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o GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow: 041 332 9797. Until 8 May. Monday—Thursday 9.30am—9pm,

Friday 9.30am—6pm, Saturday 10am—1 2 noon. Closed Sunday. Cyril Gerber’s Choice Until 31 May. Hours as above.

Tom Eckersly: Poster Artist and

Designer. 0 o o o o HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY

University of Glasgow. 82 Hillhead Street. Glasgow G12 8002 041 330 5431 . Until August 9. Monday—Friday 9.30am—5pm. Saturday 9.30am—1 pm. The Mackintosh House closed weekdays 12.30—1.30pm.

Town and Country The Social Scene in Scotland 1850-1920.

e o o o 0 MAIN FINE ART The Studio Gallery 16 Gibson Street, Kelvinbridge. Glasgow G12 8NX: 041 334 8858. Until May 31 , Tuesday—Saturday 10.30am—5pm.

Self Portraits 1986 (Mayfest) Unti Sat 31 May.

0 o o o o METRO GALLERY 713 Great Western Road, 339 0737. Tue—Sat 10.30am—5pm.

Scottish Landscape Exhibition Until 31 May. Sylvia Allen, Tom Coyle and Duncan Macleod.

o o o o 0 OPEN CIRCLE at Hillhead Library. 348 Byres Road. Glasgow G12: 041 339 7923. Monday—Friday 10am—8pm, Saturday 10am—1pm, 2pm—5pm (closed Wednesday) Glasgow Contemporary Arts

Exhibition. 0 o o o

PEOPLE'S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. Throughout Mayfest till June 30. Easterhouse: A Scheme for the Future.

a o o o o THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 SauchiehaII Street, Glasgow G2 3J0: 041 332 7521. Until May 31, Tuesday-Saturday 10arn—5.30pm, Sunday 2—5.30pm. Closed Monday. Admission free.

Doug Cocker: Sculpture and Related Works 1976-86.

0 o o o o TRANSMISSION GALLERY 13—1 5 Chisholm Street, Trongate. Glasgow: 041 552 4813. Until 30 May, Monday—Saturday 12noon—6pm.

GALLERIES Kelvingrove, Glasgow The Shining City on the Hill.

Mayteet gratefully acknowledges financial assistanoetrom

. Gla ow District Counch and the Scottish Arts Council