GLASGOW Performance

0 THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. Cafe. Bar [D].

An Indian Experience Wed 31) Sept. 8.45pm. £3 (£2). An evening of classical dance. mime and music with Pashkala Gopal and Unnikrishnan. internationally acclaimed artists. This performance will include a lecture on the Bharata Natyam style ofdance. See also Classes.

0 MITCHELL THEATRE Granville Street. 221 3198. Box Office Mon—Sat noon—6pm. Cafe. [D]. Janet Smith and Dancers 22—24 Oct 7.30pm.Advance notice of an exciting visit from one of Britain‘s major contemporary dance companies. Classes

0 GARNETDANK SCHOOL Renfrew Street. 357 1450 (for info).

Tuesday Contemporary 7—8.30pm. £2. Liz Ingram teaches beginners contemporary.


Washington Street. 334 3349 (for info)

Thursday Contemporary 7—8.30pm. £2. Jane Simpson teaches intermediate contemporary.

0 HILLHEAO SECONDARY SCHOOL Oakfield Avenue. 334 1657 (for info) Thursday Cunningham 8—930pm. Fiona Alderman teaches.

Thursday Jazz 6.30—8pm. Karen Paisley teaches jazz at beginner/elementary level.

0 HILLHEAO PRIMARY SCHOOL Cecil Street. 334 4203 (for info)

Natural Dance Workshop offers a wide range ofclasses to suit most ages and abilities. For further classes and details contact the above number. Exploring Dance (Intermediate) Thursdays 7—9pm. £20 for ten weeks. Discovering Dance (Beginners) Tuesdays 7—9pm. £20 for ten weeks. 0 OUEENS CROSS CHURCH 870 Garscube Road. For info contact Nicolas Broadbridge (0555) 2212. Folk Dances ot the English Tradition First Mon ofevery month until July. 7.30—10pm. Beginners always welcome.

0 THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521.

Indian Classical Dance Workshop Wed 30 Sept. 7pm. £1 .50 (£1). An all-inclusive ticket is available for performance also £3.50 (£2.50) see Performance section.

Gregory Nash Masterclass Tues 22—Sat 26 Sept. 10.30—noon daily. Intermediate/Advanced. £2 per class or £8 for five. Greg Nash is well-known in Scotland and now lives in Glasgow. His loose. individual style is based on Cunningham technique.


0 DRUNTON CENTRE Musselburgh. 665 3711.

Wednesday Workshops 7 . 30—9 . 30pm. Free. Run by the East Lothian Youth Theatre.

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O OXFAM SCOTTISH CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE Sat 19 Sept. 10.15am—4pm. Stockbridge House. Cheyne Street. Edinburgh. Contact: 031 225 9330.

0 SCOTTISH ANTI-VIVISECTION SOCIETY Lealletting at Glasgow Universin Wed 23 Sept. 10am—4pm. 0412212300.


o EDINBURGH BISEXUAL GROUP Video Night Thurs 17 Sept. Talk on Bisexuality, the Law and Oiilcialdom Thurs 24 Sept. Newcomers Night Thurs 1 Oct. All meetings at 8pm in the Lesbian and Gay Centre. 60. Broughton Street. Edinburgh. ()31 557 3620. 7.30pm to 9.30pm every Thurs evening. The Edinburgh Bisexual Group urgently need donations to cover running costs of the Phoneline. Send any contributions to the above address. 0 EDINBURGH COUNCIL FOR THE SINGLE HOMELESS A.G.M Talk by Professor David Donnison of Town and Regional Planning Department, Glasgow University, on New Housing Policy and the Single Homeless Tue 29 Sept. 2pm. City Chambers. High Street. Edinburgh. Contact: 031 225 4143

o EDINBURGH FAMILY SERVICE UNIT A.G.M Election at committee and talk on Ethnically Sensitive Social Work by David Divine Tue 29 Sept. 6.30pm. Craigmuir Primary School. West Pilton Park. Edinburgh.

0 ARTLINK INFORMATION DESK Stall and volunteers giving advice and iniormation about Artlink’s activities and access to venues. Day, 10am—4pm. Brunton Hall. Musselburgh Artlink requires volunteers in East Lothian. Contact: 031 557 3490.


O FOUR CORNERS OF THE WORLD BIKE RIDE Sponsored bike path dig in the Trossacbs tor Intermediate Technology Weekend of 19 Sept and 20 Sept. Contact: Sandy Bennett ()41 339 5336 or ask at 53 Cochrane Street. Glasgow.

0 EVENING NEWS CHARITY WALK Celebrities, prizes and entertainments, with a medal and special T-shirt tor all walkers Sun 27 Sept. Starts at 11am from Meadowbank. Edinburgh. ()31 226 3234.

0 ORIENTAL COSTUME BALL In aid oi The Leukaemia and Cancer Children's Fund (Scotland) and the 369 Gallery Fri 18 Sept. 8.30pm. Tickets: £20 admission plus £20 donation. The Royal Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh. Contact: 14 Featherhall Place. Edinburgh. E1112 7TN. 031 334 3601.


0 WEST AND WILDE READING David Stuart and Jim Sutherland will talk about and sign copies 01 their book Plants from the Past. Wine will be served. Thurs 24 Sept. 8pm. West and Wilde Bookshop. 25a Dundas Street. Edinburgh. Telephone 031 5560079 to reserve signed copies. 0 SCOTTISH DEFENCE NEWS A new monthly newsheet is to be published concerning defence and military issues in Scotland by Malcolm Spaven. author of 150mm Scotland . Contact: M. Spaven. 26 Hawkenbury Way. Lewes. East Sussex. BN7 lLT0273 473 096


0 WEST AND WILDE READING Sara Maitland will read and sign copies 01 her latest novel, A Book ofSpe/ls Wine will be served. Tue 29 Sept. 8pm. West and Wilde Bookshop. 25a Dundas Street. Edinburgh. Phone 031 5560079 to reserve signed copies.

0 WELL-WOMAN CENTRE MEETINGS Talk and discussion on Sterilization Tue 22 Sept. 9.30am-noon. Food and Eating Disorders. Mary Hart Irom the Maisner Centre on tood-related illnesses such as Anorexia Nervosa Wed 23 Sept. 7.30-9.30pm Woman and Work. What do we mean by work? Tue 29 Sept. 9.30am-12 Food and Eating Problems .Guest speaker Sheena McLachlan and a video Wed 30 Sept. 7.30-9.30pm. All meetings at St Brides Community Centre. Edinburgh. 031 337 5543.

o A CHANGE OF SEASON Women’s Reichian Therapy Weekend With Irene Richardson and Annerike Dijkhus. An opportunity to release unexpressed and unresolved emotions which are buried in body and mind. The goal is relaxation, ease and powerlulness Weekend of25—27 Sept. £30 (£20) (negotiable). The Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. Edinburgh EH16 5AB.031667 5438. 930—1 1.30am. o WILKIE HOUSE PLAYGROUP/CRECHE All under fives welcome. Donations ofjunk. scrap material urgently needed. Mon to Fri 9am-4pm. 37 Guthrie Street. Edinburgh. ()31 225 2079.


AN INDIAN EXPERIENCE ot Classical Dance. Mime and Music WED 30 SEPT. 8 45pm (Pertomancet Lecture) E31E2(E350 £2 50 inctuswe 0t workshop -~ see below)

INDIAN CLASSICAL DANCE WORKSHOP WED 30 SEPT 7pm (60 mos) El 50121 (an all-inclusive t=cket rs ava=table tor workshopand pertormance lecture seeabove) DANCE MASTERCLASS: GREGORY NASH TUE22 SAT 26 SEPT. 10 3O t2noon (lntermedéate Advanced) £2 per ctass E8 tors UNITED ARTISTS (SCOTLAND) GLASGOW PLAYWRIGHTS SERIES: PLAY READINGS Sun 20 Sept "The Revolutiontsl' by SW Burke Sun 27 Sept 'it~e Pengur‘s are Coming' by Robert Paterson Readings start at 2 30th Tickets {1(500) MEDIEVAL PLAYERS Sat2 Oct Sat 3 Oct Sturdy Beggars 7 300m Tickets E3 50 (E2 501 ROBIN WILLIAMSON FRI 25 SAT 26 SEPT. 90'71 i3 50 250

CreditCard Bookings Accepted

Box Office: 041 332 7521

350 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow







Tues 29 to Wed 30 September Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh at 8pm

Thurs l to Sat 3 October Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow at 7.45pm

Special concessions are available for Party Bookings Further information, please contact:

7:84 Theatre Company Scotland, 31 Albany Street, Edinburgh EH1 3QN,

031 557 2442

subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council

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