FILM LIST OPEN LIST "30°" (15) 6pm, 830131“. George Square Theatre. Wed 13: Hall, Mary (18) 6.45pm and G LASGOW LATES Caravaggio (18) 8.35pm. George 0 GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. Square Theatre. Frl B/Sat 9: 0 FRENCH INSTITUTE 13 Randolph 1. Thunderblrds Are Go! (U) and Crescent, 225 5366. Members £1. Thunderbird Six (U) 11pm. Sat 9: Les Miserables 2pm. Le Volalre

2. EaIThe Peach (PG) 11pm.


Provisional programme details only- not conilrmed at time oi going to press. 0 CAMEO Home Street. 228 4141. She‘s Gotta Have It ( 18) 2. 15pm (not Sun). 4pm. 5.45pm. 7.30pm. 9pm. Still 10: Yo|(15) 3pm.

0 CANNON Lothian Road. 229 3030. 1. Personal Services (18) 2. 15pm (n01 Sun). 5.15pm. 8.15pm.

2. The Voyage Home: Star Trek IV (PG 1.5pm (not Sun). 4.50pm. 7.50pm. 3. No Mercy (18) Times not available. 0 DOMINION Newbattle Terrace. 447 2660.

1. Crocodile Dundee (15) 2.15pm. 5.15pm. 8.15pm.

2. The Mosquito Coast (PG) 2.30pm. 5.30pm. 8.30pm.

3. Room With A View (PG) 2pm. 5pm. 8pm.

0 ODEON Clerk Street. 667 7331.

1. Platoon (15) 2pm (not Sun). 5.25pm. 8.10pm.

2. The Fourth Pmtocol (15) 2.15pm (not Sun). 5.30pm. 8.15pm.

3. Tough Guys(15) 1.45pm(n0t Sun). 6pm. 8.30pm.


Lothian Road. 228 2688.


1. Twice in a Liletlme ( 15) 2.30pm. Holy Innocents (PG) 6. 15pm. 8.30pm.

2. Wives-10 Years Alter(15) 2.45pm. 6.45pm. 8.45pm.


1. Charlotte's Web (U) 2pm. Holy Innocents (PG) 6. 15pm. 8.30pm.

2. Wives—10YearsAner(15)2.45pm. 4.45pm. 6.45pm. 8.45pm.

0 SUNDAY 10:

1. Working Girls (18) 6.45pm. 8.45pm.

2. La Vie de Famille (PG) 6.30pm. 8.30pm.

0 MONDAY 11:

1. Blade Runner ( 15) 2.30pm. 6.15pm. Working Girls ( 18) 8.45pm. 2. Twice in a Llletime (15)6pm. 8.15pm.


1. Blade Runner ( 15) 2.30pm. 6.15pm. Working Girls ( 18) 8.45pm. 2. Twice in a Llletime (15)6pm. 8.15pm.


1. Working Girls ( 18) 2.30pm. 8.45pm. Desert Bloom ( 15) Preview 6.30pm.

2. La Trace (PG) 6. 15pm. 8.30pm. 0 THURSDAY 14:

1. Loot(18) 2.30pm. Working Girls (18) 6.45pm. 8.45pm.

2. La Trace (PG) 2.45pm. Man With A Camera (PG) 6.30pm. 8.30pm.




Frill: StarTrek-The Edge oi Forever (TV) 6.45pm. and Solaris (PG) 7.50pm. Pleasance.

Sun 10: Yellow Earth (PG) 6.45pm and A Love in Germany (15) 8.25pm.

de Grimes 6pm.


O CAMEO Home Street.

Fri 8: The Exorcist (18) and Exorcist II: The Neretic(18) 11.15pm.

Sat 9: Desperately Seeking Susan (15) and Breaking Away (PG) 11.15pm.


Provisional programme details only— not conllrmed at time at going to press. 0 CANNON Princess Street. Falkirk. 0324 23805.

1. No Mercy (18)

2. Platoon (15)

3. Whoops Apocalypse (15)

O REGAL North Bridge Street. Bathgate. 0506 630 869.

The Mission (15) 7pm.


Provisional programme details only- not conlirmed at time at going to press. 0 CANNON West Blackhall Street, Greenock. 0475 86885.

1.110 Mercy(18) 2.25pm. 5.20pm. 8pm; Sun 7pm.

2. Platoon ( 15) 2.20pm. 5pm. 7.50pm; Sun 7.20pm.

3. The Voyage Home: StarTrek IV (PG) 2pm. 5pm. 7.50pm; Sun 6.45pm.

0 CANNON Titchfield Street. Kilmarnock. 0563 37288.

1.110 Mercy (18) 2.30pm. 5pm. 8pm; Sun 7.30pm.

2. Platoon (15)2. 15pm. 5.05pm. 8pm; Sun 7.20pm.

3. The Voyage Home: StarTrek IV (PG) 2pm. 5pm. 7.50pm; Sun 7.20pm.

0 KELBURNE Glasgow Road. Paisley. 889 3612.

1. The Voyage Home: Star Trek IV (PG) 2. Peggy Sue Got Married (15)

0 LA SCALA Hamilton Street. Saltcoats. 0294 63345

1. Platoon (15)

2. Whoops Apocalypse (15)

0 ODEON Burns Statue Square. Ayr. 0292 264 049.

Platoon (15) Fri 7pm. 9.30pm: Sat 3.30pm. 6pm. 8.50pm; Sun 7.30pm only; Mon—Thurs 5.30pm. 8pm. Indiana Jones and the Temple at Doom (PG) Sat 1pm; Sun 5pm.

0 ODEON Townhead Street. Hamilton. 0698 283 802.

1.The Fourth Protocol (15)

2. The Color 01 Money ( 15)

3. The Voyage Home: StarTrek lV (PG) 0 RIALTO College Street. Dumbarton. 0389 62763.

1. The Voyage Home: Star Trek IV (PG) 2. Unconllrmed.


e HALDANE FILM SOCIETY Alexandria Community Education Centre. Main Street. Alexandria. Dunbartonshire. Details available from Stuart Rankin. Rosebank Cottage. Arthurston Road. Jamestown. Alexandria 55150. Guest tickets are available in advance only from Alan S. Davis. 12 Wylie Avenue. Alexandria 56356. Fri 8: The Emerald Forest (15) 7.30pm.

o The Open List is a tree listings service lor ell cultural, educational, political and other events that do not tell Into The Llst’s other listings ceteIorles.


0 Poems and Pints Ryries Bar. Haymarket Terrace. Edinburgh (031 337 7582). 8pm. 50p. An evening of poetry featuring work from the Westerhailes Writers‘ Co-op including floor spots for your own contributions.

0 First of May Birthday Reading First of May Bookshop. 43 Candlemaker Row. Edinburgh. 2pm. Start ofthe tenth birthday celebrations for the invaluable workshop with readings from the increasingly highly-acclaimed novelist and short story writer. James Kelman. There will also be wine and live music.


0 Women’s Day The Pleasance Buildings. Pleasance. Edinburgh. 10.30am—4pm. £4.50 waged (£3.50 unwaged). Snack provided at lunchtime. creche available. Organised by the Edinburgh University Student Union and discussing a wide range of topics from women‘s involvement in the miners’ strike with guest miners‘ leader‘s wife Anne Scargill. to women and alcohol and from women and cervical screening to women and the peace movement.

0 May Day March One of the most important days ofthe year for everyone in the labour movement celebrated in Edinburgh just a day late! The march starts at 11am (assemble 10.30am) from King‘s Stables Road and proceeds to Lothian Road and Princes Street. It arrives at the Transport Halls. Annandale Street at noon for the rally. Speakers will be Donald Dewar. Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland and Duncan Campbell. whose Secret Society programmes are at last being shown. There will also be representatives from the African National Congress. Chilean Trade Union Congress and the National Union ofStudents. Entertainment from traditional Andes Folk Group. Pena Mai/Mai and The Sirens with their own versions ofinternational liberation songs. A May Day Fair will follow till 5pm. lnformation031556 3006.


o Hermitage Conservation Group Hermitage of Braid Information Centre. Braid Road. Edinburgh (Buses 5.11.15 and 16 from Princes Street) 1pm. A chance to get


thoroughly muddy and to help in the conservation of the park and other tasks. Just turn up or contact the Ranger on 031 447 7145 for details.


0 Who Really Does VSD? British Council Office. 3 Bruntsfield Crescent. Edinburgh. 7.30pm. Free. What kind of people go to some of the poorest countries in the world for two years to share their skills in often tough and unpredictable circumstances for little material reward? Find out at this question and answer session.


0 What's Left In Scotland Volunteer Centre. Elmbank Street. Glasgow. 7.30pm. George Kerevan ofthe Edinburgh District Council and Isabel Lindsay from the National Executive ofThe Scottish Nationalist Party join in this Glasgow Marxism Today Discussion Group. All welcome.

0 Can The Tories Be Beaten? Board Room. Trades Council 12/14 Picardy Place (opposite The Playhouse). Edinburgh. 7.30pm. Organised by Edinburgh East Socialist Workers Party with speaker Chris Bambery. A discussion follows.


0 Walk For the World Question Time Conference Suite. Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street (off Sauchiehall Street). Glasgow. 7.30pm. Scottish MPs will participate in a National Question Time on Aid and Development.


0 Walk torthe World George Square, Glasgow. 9.30am. Start ofthe Central Scotland leg ofthe Walk For The World charity event. The walkers will set off after a rallying address! See panel.

0 Greenpeace Film Presentation George Square Theatre. George Square. Edinburgh. 8pm. £2 (£1.50). Dr Horace Dobbs‘ film presentation To Follow Wild Dolphin and Fish Eye View ofBritain. All proceeds to Greenpeace Environmental Trust.


0 Woodland Walk Hermitage of Braid Information Centre. Braid Road, Edinburgh (Buses 5. l l. 15 and 16 from Princes Street) 2pm. Spring and summer walks under the guidance ofcountryside rangers. Free. Information on 031 447 7145.


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