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O KING’S 2 Leven Street, Tollcross. 2291201. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am—8pm.
London Contemporary Dance Theatre Autumn Tour Wed 24—Sat 27 Sept.
£5—£6.50 and concession rates. PROGRAMME 1 Wed/Thurs 24. 25 1 Sept, 7.30pm. Troy Game Robert North‘s ‘men only‘ work, celebrating the warrior spirit with humour. Unfolding Field The worldpremiére ofChristopher Bannerman‘s new dance. interrogations Another world premiére for Edinburgh. Robert Cohan. the company director presents an allegorical vision of a man‘s journey through a mystical land ofsky-scraping cranes and mirrored walls. PROGRAMME 2 Fri/Sat 26. 27 Sept. 7.30pm and Sat Mat at 2.30pm. I Ceremony a mysterious. deathly l piece by Robert Cohan. , The Run to Earth a seductive ballet by l
Siobhan Davies with Brian Eno score. Troy Game (see programme 1).
o Ballet Rambert returns to the
Theatre Royal at the end of i November (25—29) during their 60th I anniversary year. Work by Glen I Tetley. Christopher Bruce, Richard : Alston, Ashley Page and Michael I Clark. Some of the designs in this
Diamond Jubilee repertoire will be worth watching out for- Body Map in Clark‘s Swamp and abstract painter John Hoyle‘s work in Alston‘s Zansa.
Scottish Ballet begin their autumn tour of Giselle south of the border in Bath. arriving north in Aberdeen in Oct ( 14-18) at His Majesty‘s Theatre. After Inverness (22—25 Oct) this. one ofthe greatest romantic ballets, appears in Edinburgh at the Kings (28 Oct—1 Nov) and then Glasgow at the Theatre Royal (4—8 Nov).
In December the Tron in Glasgow
will be repeating their Dance Week of
last year. Mantis come again with their new production ’Faust‘. there will be another chance to see The Kosh who have just appeared at the Edinburgh Festival and Glasgow Arts Centre in their new work "Telling Tales‘. a dramatic piece. moving beautifully into the most private corners ofemotion and with contributions from at least one local group.
There's not a lot of dance in the two cities this autumn. Make sure you make the most ofit. Details of classes and workshops can be found from now on in the back pages ofthe magazine under a special section for easy reference (CityList). Please let us know if you would like to advertise with this service (it’s free).
NEW: CLASSES AND COURSES INFORMATION. SEE PAGE 39.
If we had the weather it might be possible to see London Contemporary Dance Theatre in the open air (though surely anything's possible after the Toho Company triumph oi Medea under the stars at this year’s Edinburgh Festival. Rain and even hurricane was no deterrent). In Italy, where the company have been on tour recently, it seems not uncommon to dance amongst the architecture (the magnificent 12th century cathedral in Casserta square was one such backdrop) with the sky as cover.
But it’s down to earth and back to the King’s in Edinburgh torthe opening night at their autumn tour (see listings lor dates). Well, not quite down to earth. One at the pieces ‘Unlolding Field’ promises to transport us to the stars, with a glimpse, so rare, oi Halley’s Comet. Christopher Bannerman, choreographer and dancer E with the company for over ten years has 1 based this trio oi dances on a potted 5 history at the comet. The iirst describes ‘ a stone age visitation when all things astronomical proioundly aliecied the lives at the people below. By the time the comet comes round again in the next dance, Halley is alive to name it and the age oi reason has dispensed with any superstitious associations. Number three gives the weary space
traveller back some oi its lost mystery as Einstein’s particles whizz round in a jolly, crazy atom dance. It’s a big, brainy subject to tackle in movement, and could have a limitless number at spin-oils. Will Bannerman’s
choreography put a little light into what ‘
was a disappointing recent visit from the famous trail-blazer? Watch out for the live jazz band ‘Man Jumping’ appearing in one section. They have been playing the pubs in London and are just now beginning to become known. (Alice Bain)
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: FRIDAY 19
: Edinburgh 0 Portugese and Classical Guitars
Hopetoun House, South
Queensferry. near Edinburgh.
Tickets: 228 1155 (UsherHall).
: 7.30pm. £8. Part ofthe Noval 600
; SCOCS. With performers Carlos PaerCS and Edinburgh-born Simon Wynbcrg- There‘s Bach, Scarlatti
and 1018 Of Portugese music too. TICkCIS include a glass ofport.
SUNDAY 21 Edinburgh
0 St Giles’ at Six St Giles' Cathedral. High Street. Free at door. 6pm. Horn Quartets tonight in this regular informal series.
0 The Ups and Downs oi SuckerTown Castlebrae High School, Craigmillar. Tickets: 667 7354 : (SCO). 2pm. Free. Also 7.30pm at . CraigmountCommunityCentre. Craigs Road. Admission free but tickets must be obtained from Craigmount Community Education Office. Extra dates: 23. 24 (x2). 25. ' 26 (x2). 27 Sept. Mime artist David Glass and members ofthe SCO ioin together ,
. TUESDAY 23 | Glasgow
0 Scottish Opera Go Round Cumbernauld Theatre. Tickets: ()236 732887. 7.30pm. Extra date:
I Tue 30 Sept (East Kilbride). £3.50
(£1.75). Janacek'sJenufa isthe
current opera going round 20 venues ' all over Scotland. reaching the parts
M . that other operas don‘t reach.
0 The Ups and Downs oi Sucker Town Springwell House Centre. Ardmillan Terrace. Tickets: 667 7354 (SCO). 2pm (Workshop) and 7.30pm (Performance). Workshop is free. Tickets for evening performance £1 .50(£1) from Springwell House Centre. Extra
i dates: 24 (x2), 25. 26 (x2) and 27
Sept. See Mon 22 for full description.
, WEDNESDAY 24
0 The Ups and Downs ol SuckerTown Carrickvale Community Centre. Stenhouse Street. Tickets: 667 7354 (SCO). 1.15pm. Free. Also 7.30pm at Balerno High School. Bridge
Road, Balerno. Tickets for evening performance £1.50(£1) from Balerno High School. Extra dates: 25. 26 (x2) and 27 Sept. See Mon 22 for full description.
0 The Ups and Downs oi SuckerTown Drama Studio. Westerhailes Education Centre. Tickets: 667 7354 (SCO). 7.30pm. Admission free but tickets must be obtained from Westerhailes Education Centre. Extra dates: 26 (x2) and 27 Sept. See Mon 22 for full description.
0 Tannhauser (iilm showing) Goethe Institute. 74 Victoria Crescent Road. Dowanhill. Tickets: 031 556 2617. 7pm—10.30pm. £3 (£2 Members). A screening ofGotz Friendrich‘s Tannhauser (Bayreuth 1978) put on by the Wagner Society. Wine and cheese in the interval.
0 The Ups and Downs oi SuckerTown Leith Community Centre. Newkirkgate. Leith. Tickets: 667 7354 (SCO). 2pm. Free. Also at 7.30pm at Dunfermline College. Cramond Road North. Tickets for evening performance £2 (£1) from Dunfermline College. Extra date: 27 Sept. See Mon 22 for full description.
SATURDAY 27 Edinburgh
0 The Ups and Downs oi SuckerTown Netherbow Arts Centre. High Street. Tickets: 667 7354 (SCO). 2.30pm. £2(£l ). (10.30am— Workshop at Harry Younger Hall. (‘anongate Free.) See Mon 22 for full description.
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0 St Giles’ at Six St Giles‘ Cathedral, High Street. Free at door. 6pm. Just under an hour‘s entertainment
given tonight by the Dalkeith Singers. ;
0 Scottish Opera Go Round Village Theatre. East Kilbride. Tickets: 03552 48669. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50). See Tue 23 for full description. I 0 Carmen Theatre Royal. Hope I Street. Tickets: 331 1234. 7.15pm. Extra dates: 4. l 1. I6. 24 and 27 October (Glasgow); 11 and 14 Nov i (Edinburgh). £3—£19 (series I l
discount available). A triple first for Scottish Opera as it‘s their first production of the new ‘86/‘87 season.
the first time. surprisingly, they've '
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