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DOUGLAS THOMSON‘ Sat 2 May - Thurs 16 Ju|y awhirl thoopcd white But without the innovative impact oithe original gifting PALNjTrLNZGBSMa Open. Mon - Fri 9.308", , 5pm gowns. top hats and an production, the play’s faults are more vulnerable. 0 ~ 3 t 2 M 12y - 2 30 Sat 9-3Oann - tom Clcéttontt‘scmc by Sentimental and sketchy, with no plot to speak oi,

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colourful, monumental. almost sculptural PERFORMANCE Centre 10 warms takes all this into account. Filling the stage with . . pm. , studies of heads- Tues 5 ' Sat 23 May Sec Mon 18. extras who constantly mill about, he gives the sense Sponsored by Arthur Andersen a Co. 099'“ Tues ' 33‘ 109°?“ ' 59'“ COMMUNITY oi cramped conditions and keeps the wholething Dancers, actors. musicians and theatres moving, using them to focus our attention round the CYRIL GERBER FINE ART p'°"'de the '"Sp'rf’t'm f°’ ""5 exh'P"'°”~ 0 Contemporary Dance set onto more intimate scenes. These are 148 west Regent Street, 62 Sponsored by Nell/ Clerk & Plant HI/I Group and Punjabi F0" beaunfuny’ caring” [nought to exce'lem Tel. 041-221 3095 SOI’C’m’S (Glasgow 8"” G’ee"°Ck)' 5:226 cast-Anne Myait and Tom Watson, ior instance, SELECTED BRITISH PAINTINGS AND THIRD EYE CENTRE 7.30pm. See Mon 18. making a Iovg'y’ 9mm anw'onam coup'e’ Jpn" DRAWINGS 350 Saucniehall Street, (32 . 0m, Ho, “Ouschi” Hannah, a spirited angry young man; and Patricia open; Sat 2 May 2,30,)”, - 5_3opm Tel. 041-332 7521 Communityccmrc. Ross, amovingly brave, good-humoured single thereafter Mon - Sat 9.30am - 5.30pm until Sat 2 May - Sun 7 June 7.30pm. Easterhousc Woman- 30 May Open: Tues - Sat 10am - 5,3opm Summer Festival Drama His attempt to avoid nostalgia by pointing out the Some of the notable British artists Sun 2pm - 5pm Closed Monday GrouPin a satire of the play’s relevance to today’s housing crisis is less featured In the recent Royal Academy 20th MARGITA TITLOVA Wcultafitlcsolltlsh successiul, ieeling rather over-emphatic, and the Century Exhibition and some important (Czechoslovakia) fifrsm‘on- 5“ 3'5" 19 production cannot escape the sentimentality bound afgflaedgi' Efgg'fgy g‘gmé’sence' This is the artist's first exhibition in the . Tamas; Tami up in the play. But it is vivid and intelligent, and WILUAM JOHNSTONE JA'MES ' West. The exhibition has been made Dmmchapcmommumw presents an aiilrmatlve celebration oithe splrlt of pATrERSQN‘ MELVILL'E, FERGUSSON' Poss'b'e through support "0'" THE Centre. 2pm and 8pm. see resilience and dignity to which McLeish's play pays HUNTER. CAOELL. KEITH VAUGHAN and BR'T'SH COUNC'L' 3"“ V'S'T'NG ARTS: A Fri 15. tribute and which fire his anger. (Sarah Hemming)

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