The Brunton Theatre Company is out on tour with a play about Mary Queen of Scots. See Touring.
O KING’S THEATRE 2 Leven Street. 229 1201. Box office Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. [D] [E]
Stepping Out Until Sat 5 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat mat 4.30pm. £3—£6.50. Tues- Thurs cones £2 offstalls and circle. Suzanne Danielle. famous for her Princess Di impersonations. appears in the Richard Harris comedy. See Review.
Sweet Charity Mon 7 — Sat 12 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. £3—£6.50. Mon all seats half-price. Tues — Thurs cones. £2 off circle and stalls. Su
5,12,20,27 Sept, 2.30pm United Artists (Scotland)
Agenda torMurderMon l4—Sat 19 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat 5 & 8pm. £3 — £5.50. Mon all seats halfprice. Tues —
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E2«"E1.50(conc) o NETHERBOW 43 High Street. 556 9579. Box office 10am—4.30pm: 7—9pm perfevgs. Cafe. [D]
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Wed 16—Sat 19 Sept. 7.30pm. £2.50 (£1.50). Edinburgh Youth Theatre bring the creme de la creme to life on stage in Jay Presson Allen‘s adaptation of the famous novel by Edinburgh‘s own Muriel Spark. Auditions and Interviews Wed 16—Fri 18 Sept. 7—9pm. Netherbow Youth Theatre hold auditions for 14 to 21 year olds. Bring a prepared piece.
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MON 7th-SAT 12th SEPT 8pm MITCHELLTHEATRE, GLASGOW Tickets: £3.50 and £2.50 (cones)
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Pollard and Jeff Conrad in the Bob PLAYWRIGHTS SERIES! Fosse musical — perpertrator ofsuch FOUR pLAY READ'NGS hits as ‘Big Spender'. ‘1 Got Rhythm‘ £1 /50p (conc) and ‘lf My Friends Could See Me Now
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Kings Theatre, Edinburgh This is a genial ‘Chorus Line' about a group of evening class would-be tap dancers. They have a suitably scaled down set of personal problems to match the charity dance show for which they are feverishly preparing: ‘It may be February outside but it's always August underyour armpits', says one. Set in a ‘Dad’s Army’ style church hall, this is situation comedy in television tradition—even it the only TV name is Suzanne Danielle. Richard
Harris‘s script isn't anywhere nearthe quality of ‘Dad’s Army’, however, which makes the task at establishing the charicatures really quite ditticult. The cast doesn’t make a bad job of it but really it is only the tap routines that manage to maintain the laughs or the interest.
Not a bad show, or a bad startto the King‘s autumn season, it nevertheless demonstrates the real ditliculty of finding popular, light comedy on the touring circuit of top quality. (N Billen)
O ROYAL LYCEUM (irindlay Street. 2299697. Box office Mon—Sat 10am—6pm. 10am—8pm on perf evgs. Bar. Rest/Cafe. ('l'hcatreSaver Concession Cards cost £1 . last all year. give £1 offthe full price each time you come for you and a friend — available to OAPs. UB40s. Students. disabled. under 24 railcard holders. YTS scheme and young people under 18). Open Day Sat 5 Sept. 11.30am—4pm. Free. Following on the success of last year‘s Open Day. the Royal Lyceum will again be opening its doors to the public. allowing people a glimpse behind the scenes. Visitors can watch stage-fighting. scenery-ﬂying. technical and fit-up demonstrations and see design. costume and dressing room exhibtions. lighting. wardrobe and stage craft displays. Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay! Fri 1 l—Sat 26 Sept. 7.45pm. £2.70—£6. FREE PREVIEW. Thurs 10 Sept. 7.45pm. Sat mat 26 Sept. 3.15pm. Dario Fo‘s hilarious political farce in which two housewives rebel against rising supermarket prices in their own inimitable way. A new Scottish version by Alex Norton. See panel. 0 THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place. 226 5425. Box office Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm. Bar. Cafe. [D][E]. No performances this fortnight. O TRAVERSE THEATRE 112 West Bow. 226 2633. No performances this fortnight.
O The Steamie Wildcat Stage Productions return with Tony Roper‘s wonderfully funny play about four Glasgow women in a communal washhouse. Superb stuff— if it comes near you and there‘s a ticket left. go. For further details please call Wildcat on 041 954 0000. Victoria [)rit'e School, Glasgow Wed 9 Sept 7.30pm. Tickets 041 954 5948/041 959 8848; ( 'urnbernauld Theatre, (.‘unzbernauld Thurs l0—Sat 12 Sept 7.45pm. Tickets 236 32887:
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Village Hall. East Kilbride Mon 14—Wed 16 Sept. 7.30pm. Tickets 0355?. 48669; l’alkirk Town Hall Thurs 17 Sept 7.30pm. Tickets 0324 28038.
0 Turning Over Borderline Theatre Company take on tour their successful production. first seen at the Edinburgh Fringe. of Brian Thompson‘s comedy about a TV crew making a ‘meaningful‘ documentary about India. For further details please call Borderline on 0292 281010.
Mitchell Theatre. Glasgow Until Sat 12 Sept. 8pm; Aberdeen Arts Centre. Aberdeen Tue 15—Sat 19 Sept. 8pm. 0 Mary Queen at Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off Communicado start to tour their excellent production of Liz Lochead‘s play. They breeze through the story with tremendous energy and style. Don‘t miss it. For further details please call Communicado on 031 229 7404.
Tron Theatre, Glasgrm'Tue l—Sun 6 Sept 7.30pm. Tickets 041 552 4267: Cumbernauld Theatre Wed 9 Sept 7.45pm. Tickets 02367 32887: Harbour A rts‘ Centre. lrt'ine'l‘hurs 10 Sept 7.45pm. Tickets 0294 74059; Arts Guild Theatre. Greenock Fri 11 Sept 7.30pm. Tickets 0475 23038; Henderson Theatre. Shotts Sat 12 Sept 7.30pm. Tickets 0501 21826. Tour continues to the Highlands.
0 A Royal Match — Part One Brunton Theatre are also touring a show about Mary Queen ofScots. Written for the company by Donald Mackenzie it covers the period in Mary's life just before she married Lord Darnley. Suitable for all ages. the play tours East Lothian. For further details please call Brunton Theatre on 031 665 2240.
Goose Green. Gullane Thurs 3 Sept 2pm: Longniddry Community Centre Thurs 3 Sept 7.30pm; Loch Centre, 'I‘ranent Fri 4 Sept 6pm; The Village Green, Gifford Sat 5 Sept 2pm; [.odge Grounds, .N’ortlt Berwick Sat 5 Sept 7.30pm; St Mary '3 Church,