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! MONDAY 8
0 One World Week Meeting
Centrepiece, 143 Stockwell Road, 552 8357. A meeting for people
World Week, with Helen Steven, Justice and Peace worker from the Iona Community.
0 Pentiands Delence Policy Debate Currie High School. 7.30pm. Malcolm Rifkind MP, prospective parliamentary candidates for
and Currie/Balerno Parents for Survivial.
WEDNESDAY 10 Edinburgh
0 Ethics and Delence New College, Edinburgh University. lOam—4.30pm. £4/£2 (includes lunch). One-day public seminar organised by the Centre for Theology and Public Issues, Edinburgh University, and the Society, Religion and Technology Project of the Church of Scotland. Speakers — Canon Brian Hepplethwaite, Father Roger
Canon Paul Ostreicher.
TUESDAY 16 Edinburgh
0 Edinburgh UNA Meeting Saltire House, Atholl Crescent. 7.30pm. Subject: ‘United Nations
do we go from here?‘.
WEDNESDAY 17 Glasgow
44 Carlton Place, G5. 7.30pm. Free A talk by Patricia Milligan, a Trade Union worker just returned from Nicaragua.
o Is Nuclear Energy Necessary? Morningside Peace Group, The
10.30am. A talk by Steve Martin of SCRAM.
SATURDAY 6 Edinburgh
0 Day oi Rellection on ‘Forglveness'
34 The List 5— 18 Septembe?
intending to ‘run something‘ for One
Pentlands, other party spokespeople
Ruskin, Prof E.M. Brownlie QC and
International Year of Peace — where
0 Eye Witness In Nicaragua Star Club,
Open Door, 420 Morningside Road.
BODY AND SOUL
Heriot-Watt Chaplaincy Centre. Riccarton. 10am—4pm. Bring shared lunch. organised by the Fellowship of Reconciliation and
weeks. Beginnners course led by Larry Butler of the Natural Dance Workshop in ‘Long’ Yang style and Pushing Hands.
THURSDAY 18 Glasgow
0 Exploring Dance Hillhead Primary. Cecil Street. 7—9.3()pm. £24 for 12
. weeks. Workshop by John Grant of
the Natural Dance Workshop, in movement awareness. visualisations, contact improvisation, ensemble work. individual and group dance scores and explorations, movement games
I and relaxation.
Currie/Balerno Parents for Survival. ; w
Contact 449 3695.
MONDAY 8 Edinburgh
0 Ideokinesis Assembly Rooms. George Street. 8—1 1 Sept. 6—9pm. Workshop by Andre Bernard. aiming at improving alignment, efficiency and ease of movement. To book ring 332 3104.
MONDAY 15 Glasgow
0 Tel Chi Hillhead Primary, Cecil Street. 6.30—8.30pm. £22.50 for 10
Jim Kelman, one oi the writers who will be hosting a workshop at Springwell House's ‘Play on Words', a week 01 seminars and workshops on writing In ditterent lorms. All the workshops are tree (see listings) and It you want to take part In any at them, you should contact Springwell ilouse, Ardmillan
SUNDAY 7 Glasgow
0 Glasgow Krishnamurti Group Video
Meeting Video — Krishnamurti Questions from Brockwood Park, Hampshire 1983. Followed by discussion. For further details ring 339 7875.
0 ‘Is Astrology a Pseudo-Science?’ 56 Albany Street. 7.30pm. Free. A
debate organised by the Edinburgh Freethinkers.
‘ Terrace, Gorgle, Edinburgh 031 337
1971. The ‘Worklng on lmprovlsatlon’ workshops culminate in a perlormance on Sunday 21 Sept at 7pm. and beyond those listed this Iortnlght there will be more on writing lor radio and tv and on candle sculpting. See next Issue 01 The List.
SUNDAY 14 Glasgow
0 Glasgow Humanist Society The Unitarian Centre. 72 Berkeley Street. 2.30pm. A talk by Nigel Bruce on the International Humanist and Ethical Union Conference held in 0510 in August. For further information
ring 42-1 (1545.
TUESDAY 16 Edinburgh
0 Writing lor Improvisation Springwell House, Ardmillan Terrace, Gorgie. 0313371971. l—4pm. Free. Part of Springwell House’s week—long series ofworkshops and seminars, Play on Words, which look at different ways
5 of writing. In this session every day 5 one of Scotland‘s best-known
playwrights, Tom McGrath, will work with a group to devise a script that will be performed on Sunday 21 Sept
0 Short Stories Springwell House. Address as above. 1().3()am—12.30pm. Free. A workshop led this time by Alan Spence, looking at short story writing.
0 The Community Production Springwell House. Address as above. 7.3()—9.30pm. Free. Looking at how community productions are written, a workshop led by Tony O’Boyle, writer of the last three Gorgie/Dalry pantomimes.
WEDNESDAY 17 Edinburgh
0 The Novel Springwell House. Address as above. 10.30am—12.30pm. Free. Another in the series of workshops and seminars at Springwell House this week: Jim Kelman, one of Scotland’s foremost writers leads discussion on the novel. 0 Writing lor Improvisation Springwell House. Address as above. 1—4pm. Free. See Tues 16.
0 Poetry Springwell House. Address as above. 7.30—9.3()pm. Free. Poet Torn Leonard reads from his work and invites discussion afterwards.
THURSDAY 18 Edinburgh
0 Scriptwrlting Springwell House. Address as above. 10.30am~12.3()pm. Free. Talking about writing and devising scripts for the theatre is Rona Munro, who has not only written many plays herself, but has led many writers’ workshops and devised community projects.
0 Writing lor improvisation Springwell House. Address as above. 1—4pm. Free. See Tues 16.
NEW: CLASSES AND COURSES INFORMATION. SEE PAGE 39.