‘. . . best breeder of comedy in Scot/and.’ [Scotsman]
Directed by Morag Fullarton
by Brian Thomson
A wickedly funny account of life the wrong side of the camera lens as a BBC film crew descend on India.
Moray House Theatre, Canongate, Royal Mile — Venue 61 Thurs 6th Aug — Sat 29th Aug at 7.30pm (excl Sun); Matinées 8th, 12th, 15th, 19th, 22nd, 26th, 29 Aug at 2.30pm. Tickets from the Fringe Box Office Tel: 031 226 513 8(Credit Cards); also available from the venue one hour before performance.
EASTERHOUSF SUMMER FESTIVAL DRAMA GROUP (Fringe First Winners 1979) present OINEY HOY by Freddy Anderson
A sharp satire of contemporary Ireland played to packed houses in Glasgow’s Mayfest. Venue 79 Mandela Theatre, Gateway Exchange, 2/4 Abbeymount 10th - 15th August, 7pm Tickets £2 (£1 .50 concs) available from venue and Fringe Office NOW.
é Ha CLERK STREET EDINBURGH EH8 QUG. EDINBURGH FESTIVAL 1987 Music all day!
Chamber Music Monday to Saturday at 11am including Sir Yehudi Menuhin, the Melos Quartet playing Beethoven and Evelyn Glennie playing percussion.
Contemporary Music Weekend 22-24 August.
Live Music—tree—in the Restaurant Monday to Saturday 3—5pm including Swing 87, Dick Lee, William Alexander, Alpin Smart and Phillida Bannister.
Cabaret, Song, Jazz, Folk and Rock every evening incorporating Round Midnight Festival Jazz. featuring Gil Scott Heron (9), Lionel Hampton (10), Louisiana Red (14), Art Blakey ('15, lo), Steve Williamson (17, 18), El Sonido de Londres ('19), Charlie Haden (20) and Jan Carbarek(21, 22) plus
Brian Bannatyne Scott (1 1), Courtney Pine ('12), Ted Hawkins ('13), Boys of the Lough (21, 22), Pasadena Root Orchestra (24, 25, 26), Dick Caughan (22), Blues & Trouble (28), Bhundhu Boys (29).
Exhibition of Photographs ’Other’ Art Forms, Sculpture, Classical Music, Theatre & Jazz by Sean Hudson.
Restaurant open 1 hour before every performance.
Late Bar Mon—Sat.
Box Office Open Mon—Sat IOant-lOpm (outside Festival 10am-5pm). Enquiries and Credit Card Bookings: O3l-668 2010.
The price of a seat at a concert isn’t half as expensive as it could be.
Because the money taken from ticket sales often pays for half or less of the total cost of staging a concert.
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But thanks to the Scottish Arts Council, local
authorities and private sponsors, you can sit through the whole performance in comfort.
Arts subsidies aren’t just for artists. They’re
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