Mon 2 - Sat 7 November 1987 Telford College Drama Course. Tin Drum Theatre. Edinburgh Youth Theatre. Four Women Theatre. Moving Parts Theatre. Ralf Ralf. Telford College Community Drama/Performance Course. Performances start 7.30pm daily

Tickets: £2(£1) Workshop Fees: £5(£2) BOX OFFICE (031) 226 5425 . 34 Hamilton Place, Edin.


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Setout now on Safari to Blair Drummond on an inclusiveticket that admits you to all these attractions.

Game Reserves, Pets' Farm, Performing Sea-Lion Show, Giant Astraglide, Jungle Cruise, Adventure Playground, Picnic and Barbecue Areas, Car Parks and lots of other attractions

Thrills of cinema 180° 50p extra.

Open Daily until 5 Oct 1987 10am, last admission 4.30pm. Party bookings available at reduced prices if paid in advance.

gala" Drummond Safari andLeflre Park, nr Stirlirm. Tel (07”)841466



Benefit for Benefit Part 2

Cabaret, music and dancing

The Comedy Casuals, Goodbye Mr Mackenzie, Hope Augustus, Red Music, Alto Cirrus, Christine K ydd and surprise guests.

Late bar

Friday 30th October 7.30 'til late

Transport Hall, Annandale Street Off Lelth Walk Tickets in advance from Virgin Records £4.00p waged/£2.00p unwaged


54 GEORGE STREET EDINBURGH Tel: 031 225 3614




Mon 9—Sat 14 Nov 1 1am—7.15pm 33114.3(") 15 Nov LIGHT UP THE LAND 14th; 9,30am—4pm Lung Ha's Theatre C0 15th: 10am—9pm (approx) in association with DANCE WEEKEND

Slide Workshop. Edinburgh A landscape of sculpture and light using projection and making techniques. Providing a platform for the many talents of handicapped persons.

A weekend of classes and workshops with teachers from the Assembly Rooms' very popular twice weekly dance classes.

Weekend Tickets: £10 (£4)

FREE Tue 10—Thurs 12 Nov athm Tue 24-W6d 25 Nov athm TAG A NIGHT ASSEMBLY ON GEORGE presents STREET cowboys and male” Housewatch comes to Edinburgh with A new may by Gurmee‘ Mam an anniversary show to transform the

buildings' facade into a new and engaging art form. described as ‘cinematic architecture for pedestrians.’ FREE

A comedy about the joys and pains of being an lndian in Glasgow. Tickets: £3 (£1 .50)

Fri 13 Nov.7pm—11pm MULTIMEDIA AT WORK Performing visual artists. musicians and dancers explaining the interaction between different media.


Tickets for all paying events are available in advance from the Usher Halch x Office. Lothian Road. Edinburgh. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Tel: 031 228 1 155. Oron the night from one hour before the perforrnanoe at the Assembly Rooms.



0 THEATRE ROYAL Hope Street Box Office 331 1234. Open Mon—Sat 10am—6pm (to 7.30pm on performance days).

Rambert Dance Company Tue 17—Sat 21 Nov. The ‘BaIIet‘ has been dropped from their name and Rambert return to Glasgow with two programmes.

Programme One Tue l7—Thurs 19 Nov. 7.45pm. Tickets £4.50—£8.50. See List Ticket Offer. Free introductory talk on Wed 18 at 7pm. You may remember Michael Clark‘s Swamp from last year‘s Rambert visit. Body Map design for Clark‘s classically tough choreography. Wolfi is new. Choreographed by Lynn Seymour. (like Clark a rebel from the ballet stage), this piece was inspired by the life of Mozart. Andrew Logan, founder ofthe Alternative Miss World show, designed the set. Pulcinella, with designs by the artist Howard Hodgkin, is choreographed by the company’s director, Richard Alston. Programme Two Fri/Sat, 20/21 Nov. 7.45pm. Tickets £4.50—£8.50. Free introductory talk on Fri 20 Nov at 7pm. Choreographed in 1953 to an Eric Satie composition. Septer is a Merce Cunningham revival seen in New York this spring and now

- receives its Rambert premiere in

Glasgow. Strong Language is Richard Alston‘s latest ballet using costumes designed by Katherine Hamnet. Dancing Day is a Christopher Bruce ballet. Introductory Matinee Wed 18 Nov. 2.30pm. £3.50 all seats. Richard Alston will introduce the company and its repertoire as dancers perform extracts from ballets to illustrate. Michael Clark‘s Swamp and Alston‘s Dutiful Ducks will then be performed in full.

0 STUDIO THEATRE, 261 West Princes Street, 331 2931.

Scottish Ballet’s new studio theatre opened this month in style with a Gala Performance. Until the beginning of December, three programmes are shown consecutively on Thurs, Fri and Sat evenings, beginning with the Fiesta Programme which consists of Carmen and Spanish guitars and wine in the restaurant. In the Oriental Trio Programme, the company perform La Bayadere, La Peri and Three Dances to Japanese Music. Programme Three goes modern with The Water’s Edge choreographed by Robert North with music by Ian ‘Jethro Tull’ Anderson, For You Were Mine choreographed by Lloyd Embleton, Libera Me by Paulo Lopes and Just Stepping Along by Jane Jewel. Fiesta/Carmen: 29, 30, 31 Oct. Oriental Trio: 5,6, 7,12,13,14 Nov.

All performances 7.30pm. £7.50 (£5).


Street 357 1450 (for info).

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

0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE Washington Street, 334 3349 Thursday Contemporary 7—8.30pm. £2. Jane Simpson teaches intermediate contemporary.

0 HILLHEAD SECONDARY SCHOOL Oakfield Avenue 334 1657 (for info). Thursday Cunningham 8—9.30pm. Fiona Alderman teaches.

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

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

Natural Dance Workshop offers a wide range of classes 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) Tuedays 7—9pm. £20 for ten weeks. 0 QUEENS CROSS CHURCH 870 Garscubc Road. For info contact Nicolas Broadbridge (0555) 2212. Folk Dances of the English Tradition First Mon ofevcry month until July at 7.30—10pm. Beginners always welcome.



0 ASSEMBLY ROOMS 54 George Street. 225 3614. Info. from Kate Craik.

Dance Classes The very popular dance classes, started last year, pick up fora new season. The range this year is even more varied ~ you can dance Flamenco one Wednesday and Afro-Caribbean the next Thursday. At £2 (£1) per class they are good value. 6pm start. Mon 2 Nov High Energy with Pat Eckersley. Tue 3 Nov Contemporary with Dundee Rep. Mon 9 Nov Contemporary and Creative with Marilyn Williams. Tue 10 Nov Contemporary with Dundee Rep. Classes continue until Tue 15 Dec.

Dance Weekend Sat 14 Nov 9.30am—4pm. Sun 15 Nov 10am—9pm. Weekend ticket £10 (£4). Advance tickets from Usher Hall, Lothian Road Mon—Sat lOam—Spm, 228 1155 or register on day. With Sheridan Nicol, Marilyn Williams, Royston Muldoom and Dundee Rep. Dance Co. Classes, workshops and choreography culminating in an informal performance on Sunday evening. For anyone over 16 with or without dance experience.

e ST ANNE’S COMMUNITY CENTRE Cowgate (phone 5564151 for details) Dance/Hurdy-gurdy Workshop Sat 28 Nov 2—5pm. £2 (£1/50). Pete Yates teaches the art ofthe hurdy-gurdy, while Jacqueline Contre from France demonstrates and teaches dance from Central France and Brittany. Kevin Murphy, a caller of English dances, joins in the fun.

0 THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place, 226 5425. Box Office Mon— Sat 9.30am—5.30pm. Bar. [D] [E] Khoros Dance Theatre Sat/Sun 31/31 Oct. 8pm. £2.50 (£1 .75).

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