with local handicapped people. The play is written by Noel Gregg (Cowane Centre, 8pm, £2/£1).
e Humphrey Lyltlelon and His Band A rare Scottish appearance from one of the great jazz giants (Dunblane Hydro, 8pm, £4).
For full details of all events and ticket details please contact Stirling Festival Box Ollice, 32 King Street, Stirling, 0786 71588. Box office open Mon—Sat, 9.30am—6pm.
Performances that are part of the Commonwealth Arts Festival are listed in the separate diary page 17. See also colour SouvenirGuide lacing page 16.
0 Seventh International Summer School oi Modern Dance Dunfermline College of Education. 3-15 August. Daily. Phone 0750 32213 or 03.1 225 4600 for information. Organised annually by Dance Connections under the directorship of Kedzie Penfield, this is Scotland’s largest summer school, attracting participants from all over the country and Europe. Guest teachers are brought in from as far afield as America and Spain. This year‘s course has more emphasis on workshop sessions than before and has classes ranging from ballet technique to Spanish dance, from contact improvisation to injury
prevention. Book now as places are going fast. Fees: £95 for two weeks full course, £55 for one week.
5 Arlene Erb The Rebecca Walker Dance Studios, 14 Orwell Terrace, 337 0748. Sat 26 J uly— Fri 1 August. Two classes per day — one open and the other for advanced/professional. The Erb Technique is a unique blend of ballet and jazz. Currently working in Vienna at the State Opera, Erb has taken time offthis summer to teach in Monte Carlo, London and Edinburgh. Classes: £3 each, £20 for 10.
0 Theatre School Summer Season 106 St Stephen Street, 226 5533. Special Classes will be held during the Festival for adults. They begin on 18 and run to 29 Aug. They will be taken at Intermediate and Professional levels. Cost £2.50 per class, £10 for 5 and a £1 reduction if you produce a copy of this listing.
l8—22Aug 9.45—1 1.15am. Ballet,
11.30am—1pm Modern. 25—29 Aug 9.45—11.153m Ballet, 11.30am—lpm Contemporary (Marilyn Williams). There will also be classes for kids from 11—15 Aug with Yvonne Gray. 10—1 1 . 15am (8-12 years) and 11.30am—1pm(13—18 years). The cost is £8 for 5 and £10 for 5 respectively. Again there is 21 reduction if you produce a copy of this listing. Get dancing.
0 Sacred Dance Workshop Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road, 667 5438. Anna Barton from Findhorn takes a special workshop of circle dances timed with the quarter-day Festival of Lammas. All welcome. Booking advisable. £30 (£25).
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SUNDAY 3 Inverclyde
o Inverclyde Festival lor Peace Second annual week of music, speakers, exhibitions and open air ecumenical service to mark UN International Year of Peace. For more information ring Gerard Platt 0475 31923.
TUESDAY 5 Edinburgh
0 Edinburgh Latin-America Solidarity Campaign: Open Meeting First of May Bookshop, 43 Candlemaker Row. 8pm. Free. Open meeting— all welcome.
WEDNESDAY 6 Glasgow
0 Kevin Lynch Memorial Flute Band Fundraiser Swinging Doors, 21 Quarryknowe Street, Parkhead. 7.30pm to midnight. £1.50. Organised by the Irish Freedom Movement, to raise funds t send the band to London for a march on the 9th, marking the 15th anniversary of the introduction of internment.
0 Candlelight Procession- In Remembrance ol Hiroshima and Nagasaki From the Mound, via Princes Street to Collie Park, Leith. 8pm.
SUNDAY 27 Glasgow
0 Women’s Meditation Morning The Glasgow Buddhist Centre, 329 Sauchiehall Street, 333 0524. 10am—1pm. Free. Bring own lunch.
TUESDAY 29 Edinburgh
0 Lesbian Readers Evening Lavender Menace Bookshop, 11a Forth Street, 556 0079. 8pm. Caeia March, author of Three Ply Yam, reads frorr her work.
EVENTS FRIDAY 25 Edinburgh
0 All Day Disco Lochend Centre.
10am-6pm. 80p. Fundraising for YWCA. Prizes. coffee bar, Boni’s Ice Cream.
SUNDAY 27 Edinburgh
0 Carnival Antique and Collectors Village, 92—98 St Johns Road, Corstorphine. 10am—4.30pm. Free. Fairground organ. children’s amusements. crafts, antiques, antiquarian and second-hand books, art exhibition.
MONDAY 28 Glasgow
0 Selling the World on Fire! George Square. 8pm. A street theatre performance of the return of St Mungo to Strathclyde, led by the Scottish Youth Theatre as part of their summer festival. The performance moves on through St Enoch Square and Argyle Street and ends up at the bandstand by the River Clyde, where there will be fire sculptures on the river (see also Theatre section for more details of SYT‘s summer festival.
0 Braidbum Clean-Up Meet Hermitage House. 1pm. See Kids page (open to adults also).
[MEDE- FRIDAY 25 Glasgow
0 Caribbean Poets Third Eye Centre 350 Sauchiehall Street, 332 7521. 7.30pm. A performance of poetry by Caribbean poets John Agard, Grace Nichols and James Berry.
TUESDAY 29 Edinburgh
0 Music and the Scottish Enlightenment Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street Lecture Theatre. 5.15pm. Free. A lecture by Dr David Johnson, continuing the series of lectures on the Scottish Enlightenment.
THURSDAY 31 Edinburgh
0 James Watt Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street Lecture Theatre. 5.15pm. Free. A talk by Dr Hugh Torrens.
TUESDAY 5 Edinburgh
0 The Golden Age at Scottish Painting Royal Museum of Scotland,
12 The List 25 July — 7 August