[ Hall Box Office, Lothian Road, 031 l 228 1155 and Cruikshanks.
workshopped production of a new play by Neil Cooper.
: Leitheatre in Arthur Miller’s
' masterpiece, written during the
McCarthy era and symbolically
depicting the Salem witchhunts.
O KING'S THEATRE 2 Leven Street, 229 1201. Box office Mon-Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. Rest. [D] [E] Whodunnit? Mon 3—Sat 8 Nov. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. A comic thriller by Anthony (Sleuth) Shaffer.
For a Scapegoat Sun 9 Nov. 7pm. £1 (50p). Edinburgh Playwrights’ WorkshOp in a new play by Katie Gardiner.
O NETHERBOW 43 High Street, 556 9579. Box office Mon-Sat
10am—4pm. 7-9pm perf evgs. Café.[E]
MacDiarmid Fri 31 Oct and Sat 1 Nov. 8pm. £2.50(£l .50). Henry Stamper in a one-man performance exploring
‘resurrectionists’ in post-Enlightenment Edinburgh, supplying cadavers lor the University anatomy tables, iresh trom their Portsburgh lodging house, close to the modern Traverse Theatre.
Patrick Evans’ play portrays Burke, convincingly played by Andrew oreaves, as a man oi contradictions - a sweet-voiced youth who, as a militiaman, tlogs nineteen men to
O MANDELA THEATRE Gateway the life and work of the death, chooses damnation rather than Exchange, 2—4 Abbeymount, 661 extraordinary man and poet. give up the woman his church torbids 0982. Tam O’Shanter Thurs 6—Sat 22 Nov. him to marry, and dies on the scatlold,
Triple Bill Fri 31 Oct and Sat 1 Nov. 8pm. £2 (£1.50). Three new plays by young playwrights who won joint first prize in the competition run by the Glasgow Herald and the Scottish Youth Theatre: Smak.’ by May McCreaddie (21 , from Govan); One Law for the Rich man by Grace Barnes (21, from Lerwick, Shetland) and What Is Your Favourite Colour? by Wendy Paterson (20, from Hamilton).
Nothing But The Truth Sun 2 Nov. 7pm. £1 (50p). Edinburgh Playwrights‘ Workshop in a
1.30 and 7.30pm every day except Sun. £2.50 (£1 .50) evenings; £2 (£1) matinées. Concs available for parties. The Edinburgh Puppet Company with a cast of forty-five puppets recreate Robert Burns’ famous cautionary tale about the drouthy Tam and his encounter with the forces of evil.
0 ROYAL LYCEUM Grindlay Street, 229 9697. Box office Mon—Sat 10am—6pm. 10am—8pm on perf evgs. Bar. Rest. [D][E] (TheatreSaver cards cost £1 , last all year and are available to OAPs, UB405.
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a guilt-ridden mass-murderer. Hare, a coarser character with a similar background in the Irish iamine, is driven to terrorism and then to Edinburgh where he meets Burke. This is a vigorous, sometimes disturbing production, which drew deserved critical acclaim at this year’s Festival Fringe. The play is violent and perhaps marred by polemicism, but certainly worth seeing. (Andrew Dorward).
Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh William Burke and Liam Hare were immigrant lrishmen—
Scotland, together with workshops, film and cabaret events. See also Kids and Cabaret.
Faceback Workshop 1 Mon 3 Nov. 7.30pm—10pm. Free. The first in a series of workshops for young people (up to age 25) presented by Faceback
Students, disabled, under 24 railcard holders, YTS scheme and children under 18. They enable you to bring a friend for £1 off also).
The Grand Edinburgh Fire Balloon Until Sat 1 Nov. 7.45pm. Sat mat 25 Oct, 3.15pm. £3.50—£5.50.
7th October - Ist November 1986
People Show 0 Theatre Centre
.The Grand Theatre oi Lemmings O Khoros Dance Theatre ANNWERSARY TheatreSaver holders £1 off. Theatre Company, this one being on John Olway o The Amazing Mr Bones 34 ﬂaming" Place premiere of a new play by Andrew stage presentation, attack and rhythm . “WV “3‘ Fun c°' . "f' “mm?” Pup?" c°' Edlnmlgh Dallmeyer about James Tytler, first Faceback Workshop 2 Tue 4 Nov. 0 ""9 L955 “We” man in Britain to ﬂy and, like most 2—4.30pm. Free. The second
high-ﬂying eccentrics, out on a limb from the narrowminded society around him. A rather laboured production and a degree of heavy-handedness within the play make the whole thing less than successful — but there are some
Faceback Workshop is on acrobatic skills.
We’ve Been Had Tue 4 Nov.
7. 30—8.30pm. £1 (50p). Faceback Theatre Coin a comedy set in a cafe, taking a wry look at advertising techniques. The production, using
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80 - strong performances (Kenny music and movement, was written by l" EDINBURGH McKenna, Robert Carr) and some Ron Butlin and music by Adrian Monday 8th December 1986 vivid, witty scenes, and Gregory Johnson. '
Smith’s design incorporates an impressively realistic balloo-n Macbeth Fri 7—Sat 29 Nov. 7.45pm. Sat mat 22 Nov 3. 15pm. . £3.50—£5.50. TheatreSaver holders £1 off. FREE preview Thurs 6 Nov. ‘Fair is foul and foul is fair’ and all that. Shakespeare’s ‘Scottish play’ guest-directed by Jules Wright and
Faceback Workshop 3 Wed 5 Nov. 2—4.30pm. Free. The third Faceback Workshop focuses on clowning and slapstick.
o Ists and Isms and We’ve Been Had Wed 5 Nov. 7.30—9.45pm. £1.50 (£1). A double bill: Telford College Drama Course, directed by Sandy Neilson, in Ists and Isms taking a
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:‘ e 8L with Julie Covington and Jonathon comic look at the contemporary *Iy._ ,, ' . Hyde as the ambitious duo. See ailment (pigeonholeism?) of ' 24 77 3 ‘ ‘ 7 l ' L ‘ ‘ I J S Feature. labelling issues and movements, ! , g ‘8 R .. L 0 SPRINGWELL HOUSE Ardmillan followed by We’ve Been Had (see '
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Tue 4 Nov). Anyone tor Murder Ma’am Thurs 6 Nov. 5—6pm. £1 (50p). Theatre
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I, w wai‘ht' '- V Complicité. See Feature. Workshop’s Junior Youth Theatre \ , 3'" o rumor WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton (ﬁgzalmn aZPOaficrimestorry With “'4': . - _ s a eso gat a ristieast e . gl’: 3". it. Place’ 226 5425' Box Office Mon sat guests for Lady Dorothy Belmont’s ,
9.30am—5.30pm. Bar. Cafe. [D] The programme of events celebrating Theatre Workshop’s 21$t birthday continues, including Dance and Cabaret (see separate sections). Laughter lrom the Other Side Until Sat 1 Nov. 7.30pm. £2 (£1.50). From the London Theatre Centre’s Mixed
_ Company, a play by Noél Greig that combines the tale ofa friendship
- between two boys with a mythical tour of the ages, touching on imperialism and ecology.
Young People’s Theatre Week Wed 3—Sat 8 Nov. A week of shows by young people from across Central
birthday party mysteriously dwindle 5 in number. The Roaring Twenties, Who Threw i That? and We’ve Been Had Thurs 6 Nov. 7.30—10pm. £1.50 (£1). A triple bill from: Bathgate Academy in a revue The Roaring Twenties; Telford College Community Drama Course in Who Threw That?, an improvised piece of theatre involving music. drama and dance and Faceback Theatre Coin We’ve Been Had (see above Tue 4 Nov).
Faceback Workshop 4 Fri 7 Nov. 2—4.30pm. Free. Faceback Theatre Company‘s fourth workshop focuses
UNFORGETABL PANTO MAGIC! . Nightly at 7pm Matinees at 2.15pm \ Tickets: $5.00 — $6.00
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