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THE LAST DAYS OF NOSFERATU Thurs 15, Fri 16. Sat 17 Oct 8.00pm Tickets £3.00 (£2.50)

KHOROS DANCE THEATRE Fri 30. Sat 31 Oct 8.00pm Tickets £2.50 (£1.75)

BOX OFFICE (031) 226 5425


Monday 19 - Wednesday 21 October at 8pm City Chambers, Glasgow Tickets £3.50 (concessions £2.50)

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A Third Eye Centre (Glasgow) event supported by Glasgow District Council and The Scottish Development Agency

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John Sparkes and Wray Gunn and the Rockets Thurs 29 Oct. 8pm. See Cabaret.


Mlme in Education Tue 20 Oct. 2.30pm. Free. (Tickets in advance from Netherbow Arts Centre, tel 556 9579). Pat Keysell. former Vision 0n presenter and now mime artist in residence at Moray House, gives a lecture on the educational value of mime as part of the Netherbow Festival of Mask and Mime. (See Netherbow Below).

0 NETHERBOW 43 High Street. 556 9579. Box Office 10am—4.30pm. 7—9pm perf. evgs. Cafe. [D]. [E]. Mantrail Fri 16 Oct. 8pm. £2.50 (£1.50). Black Mime Theatre appear at the Netherbow Arts Centre as part ofthe Netherbow’s Festival of Mask and Mime. Their show is a lively and funny exploration of the lives of two black South London boys. tracing their experiences from childhood to old age.

Personal Relations Sat 17 Oct. 8pm. £2.50 (£1.50) Black Mime Theatre in the second of their shows being shown at the Festival of Mask and Mime (See above). A comic tale of family life and personal relationships. Personal Relations covers serious topics. including juvenile crime and teenage pregnancy.

Mime Meets Jazz. . . Some Enchanted Evening Tue 20 Oct. 8pm. All tickets £2. An evening ofimprovisation. The bold artists involved are Mark Saunders, well-known local mime-artist, at present touring Britain with his one-man show The Heartbreak Policy; Steve Kettley, a musician who frequently works with Wildcat Stage Productions and Karen Wimhurst, a musician who has recently returned from California where she was involved in composing and improvising. Exploring Mime Wed 21 or Thurs 22 Oct. 8pm. £2 (£1). A series of works in progress exploring the possibilities of mime, presented by former Vision On presenter Pat Keysell and her students. (Ms Keysell is now mime artist in residence at Moray House College of Education and also gives a lecture on Tue 20. See Above, Moray House).

I Woke Up One Morning. . . Fri 23 & Sat 24 Oct. 8pm. £2.50 (£1.50). The Edinburgh mime company Mimage present a comic-yet~serious look at the truth behind everyday little rituals. Directed by Mark Saunders. O ROYAL LYCEUM Grindlay Street, 229 9697. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am—6pm; 10am—8pm on perf. evgs. Bar. Rest/Cafe. [D]. [E]. (TheatreSaver Concession Cards cost £1 , last all year, give £1 off the full price each time you come for you and a friend available to OAPs, UB4OS, Students, Disabled, Under-24 railcard holders, YTS scheme and young people under 18). A Doll’s House Until Sat 24 Oct. 7.45pm. Sat mat on 17 Oct. 3pm. £2.70—£6. TheatreSaver holders £1 off (see above). Ibsen’s late-19th-century play about a woman emerging into emancipation from a lifeless marriage. See Revnew.

The Merchant at Venice Fri 30 Oct-Sat 21 Nov. 7.45pm. Sat mat 14 Nov, 3.15pm. Free Preview Thurs 29 Oct. 7.45pm. Ian Wooldridge directs Shakespeare’s masterpiece, in which Antonio, wooing the heiress Portia, becomes entangled in a web of money-lending that leads to his owing a pound of flesh to the Jewish moneylender Shylock.


Mime Theatre Masterclass Mon 19—Sat 24 Oct. As part of the Netherbow Festival of Mask and

j Mime (See Below), the renowned i mime artist Peta Lily gives a week

long series of masterclasses for people working professionally in theatre and dance. Classes are Mon—Sat 10am—12noon, 2—4pm; Sat lOam—noon. Fees are full week £20; daily classes £5. For further details and reservations phone The Scottish Centre for Physical Education, Moray House College, Cramond Campus, Cramond Road North, Edinburgh EH4 6JD. Tel: 031 312 6001.

O SPRINGWELL HOUSE Ardmillan Terrace, Gorgie, 337 1971

O THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place, 226 5425. Box Office Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm. Bar. Cafe. [D]. [E].

The Last Days at the Hosieratu Until Sat 17 Oct. 8pm. £3 (£2.50). The Shadow Syndicate’s successful Edinburgh Festival show, presented here as part of the Netherbow Festival of Mime and Mask Theatre. Jon Pope’s adaptation of the Dracula tale is set in pre-Nazi Germany, and uses an expressive, very visual style of theatre together with music to create an atmosphere of foreboding. See also Touring.

0 TRAVERSE THEATRE 112 West Bow, Grassmarket, 226 2633. Box Office Tue-Sat 10am—8pm. Sun 6—10pm. Bar. Rest. Tickets also avail from the Ticket Centre, 22 Market Street. Seats from £2. Sundays all seats £2 (non-members £2.50).

The Wizard Lady oi Branxholm Fri 16—Sun 18 Oct. 7.30pm. Day members £4.50; Econ. members £4; Full members £3.50; Student members £2. Direct from the Borders Festival of Ballads and Legends, Judy Steel’s play about Janet Beaton, Lady Buccleueh and a contemporary of Mary Queen of Scots. See Review.

Politics in the Park and Joe Tue 20—Sun 25 Oct. 7.30pm. Prices as for The Wizard Lady of Branxholm. A double bill of short plays. Politics in the Park is a two-hander written by Iain Heggie (author of Wholly Healthy Glasgow), and was first presented during the Edinburgh Festival as part of the Words Beyond Words programme at the Lyceum Studio. Joe, by Anne-Marie Di Mambro, is presented by Annexe Theatre Company and tells the comic tale of what happens when an Italian Glaswegian housewife visits her bandaged-up husband in hospital.

Mum, Dad, There’s Something I’ve Got To Tell You Wed 21 & Thurs 22 Oct. 7.45 pm. Prices as for The Wizard Lady. Clyde Unity Theatre present