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O CITIZENS (iorbals Street. 429 0022/8177. Box Office Mon—Sat l0am—8pm. Bar. [D].

An Ideal Husband Until Sat 27 Sept. 7.30pm. £3. (.‘oncs £1 in advance. Students £1 . ()APs and UB-10s free on the door. The brilliant opening production ofthe new (‘itizens' season: Oscar Wilde’s play directed by Philip Prowse (see Review).

0 COMBERNAULO THEATRE (‘umbernauld. 023 67 32887. Bix ()ffice Mon—Fri 10am—6pm. Sat 10am—3pm. 6-8pm perfevgs. Bar'Cafe.

The Lemmings are Coming Until Sat (T

Sept. 7.45pm. £2.75 (£1.50). (‘oming

The Glasgow Citizens' Theatre have already launched us into their new autumn season with a magnificent production by Philip Prowse of Oscar

Wilde's An Ideal Husband (see Review J

and Listings). They follow it up with a new production of Roll Hochhuth's The Representative (translated from the German by Robert David MacDonald) which, challenging the Pope's silence on the Holocaust during the war, caused great controversy when it was first staged (runs Fri 3 Oct—Sat 25 Oct) and then with a production of Hidden Fires (3 new translation by Robert David MacDonald olthe French Romantic Poet Alfred de Musset’s Le Chandelier) from 31 Oct-22 Nov.

New season's greetings also to the Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum, who start up with Dario Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist, move on to a new play by Andrew Dallmeyer, The Grand Edinburgh Fire Balloon about Edinburgh’s James Tytler, the first man in Britain to fly (10 Oct-1 Nov) and then to a new production of a play by what might be termed an established playwright: Macbeth by Shakespeare (7—29 Nov). Further classics follow in the new year in the shape of Moliere’s Hypochondriac, Chekhov’s Three Sisters and Noel Coward's Hay Fever.

Amongst those companies hosted by the King's Edinbugh this autumn are Himawari Theatre Group from Japan (25 Sept), Anthony Ouayle’s Compass Theatre Co in Dandy Dick (19 Sept—4 Oct), Peking Opera (18 and 19 Oct) and the New Vic Theatre Coin The Last ol the Mohicans. Lenny Henry, whose exuberant comic style first hit our screens with Tiswas (Saturday

breakfasts will never be the same. . .) [ calls in on 9 Nov. Edinburgh's Theatre



to ('umbernauld where it was

conceivedduring weeksof improvisation: the acclaimed comedy about a group of young Glasgow youths who invade a flat in Battersea. in the Riverside Studios production starring John Gordon Sinclair. The Laundry Girls Wed 10 and Thurs 11 Sept. 8pm. £1.50. Flipside Theatre (‘ompany a cast of local 13—14 year-olds in a play by Bill Owen about laundry girls at the turn ofthe century. As You Like It Fri 12 and Sat 13 Sept. 7.45pm. £2.75 (£1.50). TAG

Theatre (‘ompany take on Shakespeare‘s classic comedy set in the Forest of Arden. with their customary energy and bounce. We'll Support You Evermore Thurs 18—Sat 20 Sept. 7.45pm. £2.75

(£1.50). Returning fora fewdays

before going on tour. Robert

Robson's comic speculation on the


Lenny Henry

Workshop celebrates its 21st anniversary throughout October with a host at visiting companies, and the

Traverse, Edinburgh, which produced a

spectacular Festival Fringe season, keeps the spirit ol the Fringe going with

a ‘pick of the Fringe’ season running lrom14 Oct until end November and bringing six shows seen at the Fringe on to the stage (watch this space!).

Frince successes of recent years

include ATC who bring an unconventional version of Hamlet to

E the Tron (see listings) and Perrier

f Award winners Theatre de Complicité

who come to the Tron in November.

; From 13—16 Nov the Tron will house a

time Scotland won the World Cup. . . in 1990. Performed by Cumbernauld Theatre Company.

0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 221 4526. Macattack Fri 12 Sept. 8pm. £2 (£1). Ticket price includes late jazz. Perrier Prize nominees the Merry Mac Fun Co. kilted kitsch killers. in a renewed comic attack on the cliched images of Scotland that tend to cross the border.

; Centre Ocean Stream Fri 19 Sept.

8pm. (Workshops Mon 15—Fri l9, 10am—12.30pm. 1.30—4pm). The

remarkable multi-media performance group— with their

combination of movement. mime.

drama. music and visual effects

plus the strangest costumes (you

never saw such innovative

cushions! ). For workshop information contact Jacqueline McKillop at the centre.

0 EASTWOOD THEATRE Eastwood Park. Rouken Glen Road. Giffnock. Bar on the night. Tickets available from theatre: phone bookings 0505 812121.

I Kniier Mon 8—Sat 13 Sept. 7.30pm.

Theatre Productions Scotland. at new 1 theatre group. in a new musical by

A Steven Moffat and Kennedy

Aitchison. Set in 1910in London

against the background of looming

three-part new music theatre piece, called appropriately enough, 3, the three parts written by Marcella Evaresti, John McGrath and Maryann Carey. Many of the touring companies are back in action already (see listings) and 7:84 Scotland join them next month with a new tour and a new production of The Albannach, a huge success over a year ago. Scottish Theatre Company will also be out on the road again later this autumn with J.M. Barrie’s What Every Woman Knows, touring Central Scotland from 2 Oct. Again, watch the listings for details of all these shows. (Sarah Hemming)

8 The List 5 18 September

war and local violence it tells the tale of Knifer. a small-time conman looking to break into the Big Time. 0 KING'S Bath Street. Box Office Mon—Sat 12 noon-6pm. 4 bars. [D] [E] Phone Bookings. Ticket Centre, Candleriggs. Mon—Sat 10.30am—6.30pm. 552 5961. Whodunnit Until Sat 6 Sept. Mon—Fri 7.30pm. Sat 5 & 8pm. £4.50. £4, £3. Murder in the mansion: a comedy thriller by Anthony Shaffer, author of Sleuth. performed by a cast bulging with TV names.

Cluedo Mon 8—Sat 13 Sept. Mon—Fri 7.30pm. Sat 5 and 8 pm. £4.50. £4, £3.50. More mystery. crime and comedy with a living version of the board game in which the audience has to decide whodunnit Colonel

Mustard in the conservatory with the

lead piping? Memories. . . O MITCHELL Granville Street, 221 3198. Box office Mon—Sat. 12 noon~6pm. Bar. Cafe. [D] Tickets also available from Ticket Centre, Candleriggs. 552 5961. Mon—Sat 10.30am—6.30pm. Scottish Community Drama Association: Full Length Play Festival. Until Sat 6 Sept. 7.30pm. £3. Those groups performing in the final few days of the festival are The Old Grammarians Amateur Dramatic Society in Enter/1 Free Man by Tom Stoppard; The Cytringan Players of Kettering from England in Saturday Sunday Morning by Eduardo de Filippo and the Rosemary Drama Group from Northern Ireland in Boyd's Shop by St John Ervine. Still Life Mon8—Sat 20 Sept. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). Two for price ofone on Mon. Unit One Theatre Company in the final play ofJohn Byrne’s hilarious Slab Boys Trilogy. 0 PAVILION 121 Renfield Street, 332 1846. Box office Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. Robert Halpern Every Thurs, Fri and Sat. 7.30pm. Thurs all seats £2. Fri and Sat £3.50, £3, £2. Hypnotic fare. Go along and eat an onion. 0 THEATRE ROYAL Hope Street, 331 1234.332 9000 (credit cards). Box office, Mon Sat 10am—6pm, (7.30pm on perf. evgs.) Bar, buffet. ’Allo, Allo Until Sat 6 Sept. Thurs 7.30pm. Fri & Sat 5 & 8pm. £7.50. £6. £4.50, £3 Students, OAPs, UB40s and Children 1/3 off ticket price except Fri and Sat 8pm. The controversial humour ofthe successful TV series comes to the stage in a plot that is the work of Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft and involves, amongst other unlikelies, three Hitlers. .. O THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street, 332 7521. Box Office Tue—Sat 10am—5.30pm, Sun 2—5pm. (Tickets from bookshop on perf evgs). [D] [E] Burning Embers Until Fri 5 Sept. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). The Azanian National Theatre in a play written and directed by Benjy Francis making use of movement, music and masks to present the strugle for self-determination in South Africa today. Lamb of God Tue 9—Thurs 11 Sept. 7.30pm. £2 (£1.50). Clyde Unity revive Benedick Scott’s play, first performed by Glasgow Unity Theatre in the 1940’s about life for a