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Activities and Fun
0 BOOK TRUST 15a Lynedoch Street. 3320391.
Children's Books oi the Year Lots of free events are being organised for children to coincide with the Book
T H E AUNLASSE M S H o P
Photography, Film Animation, Drama, Playwrights Workshop, Youth Theatres + Visiting Theatre Companies, exhibiuo is & workshops Details available now in our September/October brochure (large SAE to Theatre Workshop, 34 Ham/lion Place, Ed/n.)
'l'rust‘s annual exhibition.
Moira Miller Sat 5. 2. 15pm. free. Authorof many children's books including the recent The Doom of Sou/1's Moira Miller will be talking on How a Book l lappens. l’or 8—12 year-olds.
‘Althea' author'l‘ue 8.3.15pm. ‘Althea' author ofthe famous Althea problem-solver picture books will he at the Book Trust to meet parents and children. (ilasgow Federation of (‘hildren's Book Groups event: Blip
(031) 2 2939.35“
admission to non-members.
Alison Prince Thurs 10.2.15pm. free. There was an unusual story behind the making ofAlison Prince's latest book How's Business which was a collaboration between Alison and 21 Linconshire children. On Thursday
she will be describing how she writes.
For 9—14 years.
David Nevilie’s Book Salari Sat 12, 2.15pm. Free. David Neville will be taking his young audience on his lamous book ‘salarl‘ through the history at books from the earliest printing to the pop-up sophistication at today. For 7-12 years.
Joan Lingard'l‘hurs 17.2.15pm. Free. Some will recognise this highly popular author's work from 'I'AU‘s school productions; others may know her from her latest book launched at this year‘s Edinburgh Book Festival. The Guilty Party. Meet her in person on Thursday. For 9—1 I years.
0 DOLPHIN ARTS CENTRE 554 74-19 (‘lasses re-start week beginning Monday 7 Aug.
Saturday Classes lllam—noon. (‘hildren’s classes in pottery. drama and art. There is a nominal fee to join the centre.
0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 221 4526. Children's Music Project Term rc-starts Saturday 12 Sept. 9.3(iam—l .3llpm. Anyone interested should contact music staff. GLASGOW DRAMA WORKSHOP 8 North Gardner Street. 339 251 1. Julie Austin. administrator. The Glasgow Drama Workshop is run as
a mini drama school with professional tuition in the following: acting. voice. mime and movement. improvisation. dancing. stage management. prop making and singing. It meets every Wed evening 5.30—8.3llpm and. for the first term only. will be held in the ($17110an to anyone interested between 14—20 years — no experience necessary. There are ()0 places available. but its usually very popular. so anyone interested should get in touch with the administrator. Julie Austin. Fee. payable in advance is £10 for a 12 week term. 30 Sept—lb Dec.
0 GROSVENOR Ashton Lane. 339 4298.
Caley Kids Club Every Saturday. 2pm-4.3()pm. For 4- 14 year olds. Slip. Modelled on the old-style Saturday morning cinema clubs for children. the club. which is open to all. shows features. cartoons and serials followed by games. competitions and turns on the stage. 'I‘he new serial will be Professor Proper with (‘harlie Drake.
O HAGGS CASTLE llill St Andrews Drive. l’ollokshields.~127 2725. Saturdayactivities. 2.15pm. Free. No booking.
Sat 5 Sept Dressing up Dancing (8—12 years)
Sat 12 Sept Victorian Entertainments (7+ years)
Activities and Fun 0 CITY ART CENTRE Market Street.
FOR TWO WEEKS
MONDAY 14 TO SATURDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 1987 NIGHTLY AT 7.30pm
Dress Circle £5; Stalls E5, E4, E3; Upper Circle E4, E3; Boxes £20, £1 6
MONDAY MSEPTEMBER— CHARITY FIRST NIGHT details atthe Box Office
Book atTicketCentre, Candleriggs, GlasgowGi1NO(041)2275511, 10.308m—6.30pm; King’s Theatre
and Mitchell Theatre, 12noon—6pm
24 The List 21 Aug— 3 Sept