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GUIDE TO THE BEST ON THE FRINGE VENUE 35—Lyceum Studio, Cambridge Street,
(behind the Usher Hall). Box Ofﬁce 03 I ~229 697 ,— _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ._ _. [AUGUSTl4to SCOTTISH I 30 at 4.30 m. I Scotland's ngwest . ' A ‘ k‘ I H
company make their
festival debut. Two separate programmes. I “Scottish Dance Theatre— a real triumph” Scotsman.
AUGUST 7 to 30 at
ROYAL LYCEUM WWW/y:
SALT-WATER MOON | by David French European premiere of a new play from Canada. “A near I
flawless piece of writing . . . a love story where the I sentimentality is cut by bitter reality and humour."
by Dario Fo
brought to Edinburgh by the Fo/Rame Project with Croydon Warehouse.
Booms READY FOR DESPATCH
A double bill of two new Fo farces
AUGUST 8 to 30 at l|.|5 pm
AUGUST l2 to 30 at 9. l5 pm. I ONE WAS NUDE AND 0NE WORE TAILS
I THE MOONLIGHTERS I
I Moonlighting from Scottish Opera,
top singers bring you
sophisticated cabaret; songs from Mahagonny and The Greatest Thing. Nothing alternative about this.
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ADVANCE BOOKING RECOMMENDED
Book in advance by post or in person from the Fringe Office or the
Royal Lyceum Theatre. Grindlay Street
. Edinburgh. Or call now
DIRECTLY ON THE CREDIT CARD HOTLINE—03 l -229 4353.
ZTThc List 22 Aug — 4 Sept
Remember there are only |88 seats in the Studio. Box Ofﬁce is open from l0 am every day.
LICENSED BAR FOR EVERY PERFORMANCE.
Signing Capies M5
MRQIN MEMSTORE Eoﬂvjbthzlst M9. 1230 pm k
‘Taplcal, outrageous and viciously funny ’
25-30 AUGUST 9-3OPM
‘A brilliant alliance between religious super sales and TV’
34 HAMILTON PLACE 226 54257