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0 Fun Day and Cabaret Theatre Workshop. 10am. Free. A day organised by Theatre Workshop and Artlink for trainees and staff from adult training centres and other community groups. Tel Thursa Sanderson at Artlink 556 (3350 for details.

0 Historical Fayre and Pageant Dean Village. 10am. Free. Dean Village mount a day of traditional village entertainment: street theatre. traditional crafts. stalls. music. food and drink. entertainment for kids from Catch Theatre and last. but by no means least. a ccilidh at 8pm.

0 Tea Dance - Swing ‘87 I’ortohclloTown Ilall. 3pm. 50p. See Sat 30.

0 Dean Village Ceilidh Well Court. Dean Village. 8pm. £2.50. Bar.


0 Women Live Workshops (vil'l'he Pleasance. 10.30am. Free. Workshops run throughout the day. Women only. Creche. Jewellery Making

( l 1am-1pm) Alicia .‘ylclnncs shows you how jewellery can he made from even such humble objects as pasta. Bring favourite leathers. heads and stones. Dance

( l 1am—1pm) Natural Dance r- open to all ages and abilities. Wear loose clothing. Baby and Toddler Massage ( l 1am-- 1pm) Bring a towel. Video for Young Women ( 1—4.30pml for eleven to fifteen

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2i." me company. exploring the way rituals shape our personaland public lives. See Fri 12. Theatre.

age Fayre. See Sat 6. Events.

year-olds learn how to make a short video. Singing Chants and Bounds (2.30—4.30pm) Bring along any favourites. Phototherapy (2.30—4.30'pm) Lookingat ourselves through photography. Please bring own camera if possible. Reminiscence (2.30—4.30pm) Maureen Sangster and Lorraine Dick lead a workshop exploring your early memories. ()nly 15 places prehook with Lorraine on 22‘) (I400 (eves).

0 Women Live (ill'l'he Pleasance. 8pm. Women's Night. Performers welcome -- tel 031 337 2425. Women only.


o Textiles Weekend Assembly Rooms. Illarn. Free. You must book in advance -- Tel 031 225 2424 ext (3623. Two all-day sessions on every aspect of textile skills including silk printing. felt making. printing'llshirts and splash and spray banners. Second day tomorrow.


0 International Writers‘ Weekend Queen's Hall. 2pm. £4.50 (£2) Weekend Ticket; £1 (50p)Session Ticket. A wonderful weekend of readings: writers from all over the work read and discuss their work. Those appearing include Ben ()kri from Nigeria. Caryl Phillips from the West Indies. Stephen Vizinczey from Hungary and Scotland's own Liz Lochhead. ‘Society's

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Responsibility to Literature' 2-3pm. ‘From Print to Film’ 4-5pm. Cabaret Iivening 7.30-10pm incl. Alasdair Ciray. l.iz1.ochhead. Ben ()kri. Hunter Steele).

0 Book Sale McDonald Road library. 9am. Free. ()ver10.000ex-lihrary hookson sale.



O Maclash (iorgie Farm. (iorgic Road. 3pm. Free. See Sat 30.

0 Asian Evening Assembly Rooms. 8pm. £2.50 (£1.50). Aneveningof Asian music. song and dance.


0 Spring Lothian Youth Dance Company Ros‘ Theatre. 3pm. Free. Lothian's youth group. full ofencrgy and promisingtalent. performs lively programmes which put them through their paces. They are as at home with ballet as they are jazz.

0 The Pied Piper Sr Bride's Community Centre. 4 and 7.30pm. £1.50. First Chance Theatre Dance Company in an original dance production a new opportunity for People with a mental handicap.


o Hung Branga Bazaar Assembly Rooms. Noon. Free. A colourful marketplace is recreated in the Assembly Rooms. with stalls. demonstrations and displays ofcrafts. music and dancing. cookery. henna hand-painting and saris— all from the Asian sub-continent. Free. Refreshments available. Creche.


0 Women Live Workshops 60The Pleasance. 10.30am—5pm. Free. Women only. Creche. Juggling ( l lam-noon) For beginners and those with some experience bring balls or beanbags if possible. Drama

(11am—1pm)No experience necessary a workshop exploring role-play. games and discussion. Innerlmages

( l lam—1pm) A look at self-discovery through symbolism. led by I lelen (‘iallow-ay. Video lorYoung Women See Sat 6.

0 Edinburgh Women's Conference Wester llailes Representative Council Complex. llailesland

Place. lpm—4.30pm. Free.

Creche. Includes workshops on homeopathy. aromatherapy. relaxation and ‘wider horizons'. For more detailste1031453 4949(eves)

0 Women Live ou‘t‘he Pleasance. 2.30pm. An afternoon with Lil. Lochhead. The well-known poet. playwright and performer reads from and disctisses her work. ()pen to mixed audiences.


o Textiles Weekend Assembly Rooms. lllam. Free. Book in advance; Tel 031 225 2424 ext 6623.


0 International Writers' Weekend Queen's I Iall. 2pm. See Sat (i June for ticket details. ‘Small .‘ylagazines' 2-3pm. '()pen I louse New Writing Competition‘ 4-5.30pm. Cabaret livening

7311- 10pm ( incl. ()wen Dudley 1".dwards. Jim Kelman. Ronald Frame. .loan Lingard. Bernard .\'lacl.averty. Norman MacCaig).

0 Questions of Sport Kings Theatre. £1 (50p). Teams front Hearts. Ilihs. Meadowhank and ‘(iolden ()ldies‘ stars test their knowledge. with Bill Torrance doing the refereeing.



o BlacklriarsWynd Wester llailes liducation Centre. 7.30pm. £1 .25 (75p). See

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o Dutoiooundaries Netherbow Arts Centre. 8pm. £2.50 (£1 ). Witch Theatre Company. appearing as part ofthe Women Live events. in a play devised by Janet Fenton and the company. that revolves around the idea of fences: those that divide women literally and metaphorically; those to which women have chained themselves and those over which they chat toeach other.


0 Soccer Sevens ()er Park. 4.15pm. Free. See “'ed 3.

0 Why Flies Buzz Sighthill CommunityCentre. 7pm. 50p. The Fly on the Wall Children's'lheatre explain how the buzz got into flies according to African folk lore. For

l2 year-olds.

, o Walking/Trim Course Bee Craigs. 10.30am. Free. . Limited places ring031

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Park. 4.15pm. Free. WORKSHOPS

0 Dance Workshop I’ortohclloTown Ilall. 2pm. Free.


0 Writing torTeenagers Central Library. 7pm. Free. A talk by Paila Danziger. Book in advance by calling 031 225 5584.



0 Wallace - Guardian of Scotland Assembly Rooms. 7.30pm. £2 (£1 ). Theatre Co-()p in a new play by Patrick I-Zvans that attempts to stripthe legendary hero of his romantic status but not his stature. Wallace emerges as a pugnacious. proud hard-man. a product and spokesman of his times and his divided. oppressed

country. 0 Blackiriars Wynd Southside Community Centre. 7.30pm. £1 (50p). See “fed 3.

0 Out otBoundaries Netherbow Arts Centre. 8pm. £2.50 (£1 ). See Mon S. KIDS

0 Why Flies Buzz Royston Wardiehurn Community Centre. Pilton Drive North. 7pm. 50p. See Mon S


0 Consuming Passions Churchill Theatre. 7.30pm. £1.50(50p). Scottish Dance Theatre's new triple-bill. See Dance Page.


0 Urban Drienteering'l‘he Meadows. 10am. Free. ()pen to all.


0 Video Day Assembly Rooms. Noon. Free. A free all-day showing (starting at noon)of locally made videos


0 Grand Union Workshops Assembly Rooms. 10am. Free. limited places: Book in advance by r'inging031225 2424 ext (3623 5. Not how to httilda canal. but a chance to learn to play African dance and drumming techniques. South American percussion and Indian songs. ()pen toall ages. but places are limited. hooking on03l 225 2424 ext 6023 5.


o The Myth ol Mary Queen oiScots ( 'entral library. Noon. Free. A free talk given by Dr Rosalind Marshall of the Scottiin National Portrait (iallery.


o Muirhouse Revisited Silverknowes Primary School. .‘yluirhousc (iardens 7.30pm. 50p.


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The List 29 May— 11 June“