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0 Fallen Third Eye Centre. Box Office: 041 332 7521. Tue 12—TTiurs 14 May. 7.30pm. Tickets: £3.50.£2.50. ArcTheatre Company bring to Glasgow their production (seen at last year's Edinburgh Fringe) of Polly Teale‘s moving one-woman play about the Kerry Babies case. illuminating the archaic repressive sexual morality of rural Ireland.
0 Sophiatown Jordanhill College of Education. 7.30pm. Tickets: £4.50. £1.50. See Thurs 7.
0 Victor and Barry: Theatrically Yours Tron Theatre. Box Office: 041 552 426718. 11pm. Tickets: £3 members. £4 non-members. Immensely popular duo: The Darlings of Kelvinside. don't you know. who here recall their glittering career for you in songs and words.
0 Latetest Moir Hall. Tickets: 041 552 5961. £3.50. Non-stop late-night cabaret from 10pm. Folk night: The Sirens. the McCIuskey Brothers; ArthurJohnson and The Easy Club.
0 Zydeco Ceilidh Band and The Furious Fiddlers Glasgow Arts Centre. Box Office: 041 2214526. 8pm. Tickets: £2. £1. Glasgow‘s caledonian cajun ceilidh band with a large aggregation of energetic musicians playing Scottish almost-traditional tunes. 0 Roadworks Volunteer Centre. Elmbank Street. 10pm. See Tue 5.
0 Live Entertainment Park Bar. 1202 Argle Street. The West Highlanders‘ watering hole. Pub with music music. always Scots’Irish.
0 H20 and Elite Castlemilk Community Centre. 7.30pm. 50p. Elite are a young local band. who have at last achieved their moment of fame: a support gig with 1130 and a preview in The List! Their friends will all be there. so will their parents. and all will applaud politely. They will get their photos taken by the Rtulwrglt’n Reformer and will probably never be heard of again.
0 UTT MitchellThcatre. 7.30pm. Tickets: £4.50. £1.50. See Mon 11.
o Dubbelspoor Rankine Hall. Scottish Opera Centre. Elmbank Street. Tickets: 041 552 5961 (Ticket Centre). Tue l2—Sat 16 May. 8pm. £4. £1.50. Dansproduktie is
Red Hot Momma: See Sat 16 one of the Netherlands most exciting modern dance companies. This production. choreographed by Beppie Blankert. the co-founder of the group has its British Premiere at Mayfest. Based on the Beckett theme of waiting. the performance is both intimate and atmospheric.
0 II R88 Got To Go Faiﬂey Family Centre. 2.30pm. See Thurs 7.
o Rotating Dancers Penilee Community Centre. See Tue 5.
0 Steps DUI Garthamlock CommunityCentre. See Tue 5 May.
0 Happy Lies and The Rainbow Coloured Dancer Kinning Park Neighbourhood Centre. 7.30pm. See Mon I l.
o Shanghaied Gallowgate Tenants' Hall. 7.30pm. See Mon 4.
0 Mugshot Barrowfield Community Centre. 7.30pm. Cumbernauld Theatre Company in their entertaining Chandleresque spoof. with live music. about detective MacMarlow . . . See also 13 and 14 May. 0 II Has Got To Go Faifley Family Centre. 7.30pm. Sec Thurs 7.
o Tollcross Tanzi Pearce Institute. 2pm and 8pm. See Tue 5.
0 Two Gentlemen of Verona Dolphin Arts Centre. 7.15pm. Free Dress Rehearsal Mon 1 I. See also l2 and I5 May.
0 Taboo Summerston Centre. 7.30pm. See also 13.14.15 May. Major Road Theatre Company in a multi-media show exploring sexual mores and prejudices in the 80s. Not suitable for children. 0 Pandemonium Puppets Faiﬂey Family Centre 10.30am; Dalmuir Community Centre 2pm. See Tue 5.
o The Steamie Dalmamock Centre. 7.30pm. Sec Tue 5.
o Priesthill Puppet Group Househill Community Centre. 7.30pm. See Tue 5
WEDNESDAY 13 THEATRE
0 El Mikado (in Catalan) King‘s Theatre. 7.30pm. Tickets: £5. £4. £3. Sec Mon 11.
o The Garbals Story Citizens‘ Theatre. 7.30pm. £3 (£1).
See Wed 6.
O Gillespie Tron Theatre. 8pm. Tickets: £3 members. £4 non-members. See Tue 5. 0 Fallen Third Eye Centre. 7.30pm. Tickets: £3.50. £2.50. See Tue 12. o Sophiatown Jordanhill College of Education. 7.30pm. Tickets: £4.50. £1.50. See Thurs7.
O Woyzeclt Drama Centre. Box Office: ()41 5525827. Wed 13 and Thurs 14 May. 8pm: Fri 15 and Sat 16 May. 8pm and 9.30pm. Strathclyde Theatre Group in a highly visual of Buchner‘s Expressionist drama.
0 Terry NeasonTron Theatre. Box Office: 041 552 4267/8. Wed l3—Sat 16 May. 1 1pm. Tickets: £3 members. £4 non-members. A favourite in Glasgow with extraordinary sense of humour and deep. powerful singing voice.
0 Latelest MoirIIall. Tickets: 041 552 5961. £3.50. Non-stop late-night cabaretfrom 10pm. Red Stripe — one of the Flying I’ickets now describing himselfas a solo a cappella dancer (3); Australian cabaret artists Fifi L'Amour and David I)i Most and the jazz funk band After Eight Mince. o Singers/Songwriters ConcerIGlasgow Arts Centre. Box Office: 041 221 4526. 8pm. Tickets: £2. £1. Archie Fisherand Danny Kyle host a
singer songwriters concert for the BBC‘s microphones. With Findask. Michael Marra. Iain MacDonald and The Sirens.
o Roadworks Volunteer Centre. Elmbank Street. l0pm. See Tue 5.
0 Live Entertainment IIarry‘sDiner. 76 Sauchiehall Street. The Dead Loss Band. See Rock listings. (ilasgow for description.
o Styng Rites and Apm SKI Jarvey's Bar. Yoker. 7.30pm. 50p. The Styng Rites are a polished live band. and should do well at this type of gig. Apres Ski are best described as experienced pub rock.
14 The List 1— 14 May