I Kids aims to provide info about ayantsln exhibition looks at how faces have been and around Edinburgh and Glasgow“); daubed over the centuries. Children will children and young peeple. Please send 8'80 have a chance 10 have a go
details not later than 10 days before themselves.
publication. I PAISLEY TOY MUSEUM 168 Glasgow Road. Paisley. 889 4274. Opening by appointment only — please telephone. 50p adults. 25p children. An enterprising venture recently set up by two teachers— just the place if you have a soft spot forold teddy bears. Best suited to9 years old +. ﬁlm
I ODEON Renfield Street. 332 8701. Bambi (U) (David Hand. US. 1942) Probably from 12 Feb. but check with venue. See ()deon. Edinburgh for full description.
I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE Cumbernauld. 0236 732887. Box office Mon—Fri 10am—6pm. Sat l0am—3pm. 6—8pm perf evgs. Saturday shows are at 1.15pm. adults£1.50. kids£l.
The Jimmy Fleming Show Magic plus Punch and Judy for 4—14 year olds. Runs 1 hour. I KING'S THEATRE Bath Street. Box office Mon—Sat noon—6pm. Tel bookings Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. Mon-Sat 10.30am—6.30pm. 227 5511.
Cinderella Until Sat 6 Feb. 7pm. Sat
Activities and Fun
I GROSVENOR CINEMA Ashton Lane. 339 4298.
Saturday Afternoon Picture Show Every Saturday. 2—4.30pm. For 4— 14 yearolds. 50p. Children's cinema used to be agrcat feature of Saturday mornings. The (irosvenor aim to make their Saturday afternoon picture show equally memorable and regularly show a serial. feature and cartoons. Also games and competitions.
I HAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrews Drive. Pollokshiclds. 427 2725.
Arrive in plenty of time for the 2.15pm start for these popular — and free— Saturdayactivities. N8 Bookingopcns 12 March for the liaster activities. Tile-making 6 Feb (7—- 12 years)
Valentine Cards 13 Feb (8- l 2 years)
Exhibitions I HAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrews Drive.
Pollokshields. 427 2725.
Making Faces 1 "mil 22 Feb. The face has always been on the receiving end ofplenty ofgreasepaint and mascara and this
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matinee 2.15pm. Concsfor kids and OAPs every day except Sat. Last chance to see this traditional panto with Rikki Fulton and Walter Carr.
I MITCHELL THEATRE Granville Street. 221 3198. Box office Mon—Sat noon—6pm. Bar. Cafe. Tickets also available from the Ticket Centre. Candlcriggs. 227 5511 Mon—Sat 10.30am—6.30pm.
Godspell Until 6 Feb. 7.30pm. Sat matinee 2.30pm. £3.50. £2.50. The rock opera that ensured the popularity of David Essex in its first production. is presented here by the Minerva Junior Club.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. 887 1010. Box office Tues—Sun. noon—8.30pm. Visible Differences and Joe. Sat Feb 13. 7.30pm. £3. (£1.50). A double bill from TAG which is also touring schools from 9 Feb—l2 March. Visible Differences is a new play. commissioned from Ann-Marie Di Mambro and like TAG‘s last play. Cowboys and Indians. by Gurmcet Mattu. deals with the problems surrounding racism. Joe. also by Ms Di Mambro. isa moving piece in which an Italian woman. who married a Scot and moved to Glasgow. describes her experiences to her husband as he lies unwell and speechless in hospital. It's presented in conjunction with Annexe Theatre Co and is a revival of a fine production seen at the Traverse in Edinburgh last year. (There is a second public performance in Glasgow. 5 March. Drama Centre and also one in Edinburgh. 27 Feb. Assembly Rooms.)
I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521.
Maisie and the Space Invader Sun 7 Feb. 3pm. Tues 9—Thurs 11 Feb. 2pm and 7pm. £2.50 (£1 .50). Maisic. Morningside‘s best-known kitten. makes heron-stage debut in Maisie and the Space Invader. a fun-packed adventure with music and strange goings on in the backgreen! Suitable for children ofall ages. Presented by Lookahead Theatre Co. and based on the character by Aileen Paterson.
Alice in Wonderland Sun 14 Feb. 2.30pm. £1 kids; £1 .50 adults. The Garret Mask and Puppet Centre from Glasgow present the magical story of Alice with puppets. Coming Home 18 Feb. 7.30pm. £3.50; £2.50 (cones); £1 .50 (child). This is a clown's show for adults. but there‘s no need to leave the kids at home. It‘s aone-man show by Rick Zoltowski with the emphasis on humour and would be suitable for any child aged 5 years and over who liked theatre.
Activities and Fun
I BRUNTON HALL Musselburgh. 665 3711 cxt244.
Elchat Dance Xplosion Every Wednesday 4—5pm. 50p. Dance workshops for 4—7 year olds.
East Lothian Youth Theatre Every Wednesday. 7.30—9.30pm. Free workshops for young people 13—21 years. I COASTERS 3 West Tollcross. 228 3252. Disco Saturdays. 6.30— 10pm. £1 . Under 18s alcohol-free disco. Live acts most weeks.
I 1988 EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE POSTER Fringe Office. 170 High Street. Edinburgh. 226 5257. Just a month left to design the winning entry for the Fringe‘s annual poster competition. lt‘s open to any pupil at school in Scotland and the
winning design will be printed and used as the official poster for the Fringe at this year‘s Edinburgh Festival. There are substantial cash prizes for the winner and for the school in each of the eight categories. but last year there were nearly 3000 entries. so competition is pretty stiff! Full details and entry forms from the Fringe office. address above. Closing date 29 February. Sponsored by the Life Association of Scotland.
I NETHERDOW ARTS CENTRE 43 High Street. 556 9579
Arts Play The re are still some places left on the new season of classes which start next month. following the success ofthe programme last year.
Writers Workshops Saturdays l0.30am—12.30pm. Feb 6—March 12. £9 for series. 8—11 years. This course is designed to tie in with the Gold ofthe Pharaohs exhibition at the City Art Centre and classes are as follows:
Feb 6 Writing your first hieroglyphics.
Feb 13 Producing a Tomb Comic Strip! Feb 20 Writing your own Egyptian Drama. Feb 27 Scrolls from Egypt.
March 5 Becoming an Egyptian poet. March 12 Exhibition and performance for parents and friends.
Painting and Drawing Workshops Wednesdays 3.45—5.30pm. Lots of fun and experimentation with different materials and ideas. £9 for series. 7—1 1 years.
Feb 3 Drawing using a variety ofmatcrials. Feb 10 More drawing.
Feb 17 Exploring colour.
Feb 24 Using collage.
March 2 Trying out patterns.
March 9 Painting Easter Eggs.
I QUEEN'S HALL Clerk Street. 668 2019 Piccolo Pack Sat 6 and 13 Feb. 1 1—noon.£l (75p ifchildren still have their Piccolo Pack badge from last time) Return of these popular music workshops for 8—12 year olds. The theme on Sat 6is Woodwind — children should take along any woodwind instrument they have. and on Sat 13 the theme is Teddy Bears Picnic. All bears invited.
NB ()n 20 Feb the Piccolo Pack goesto Glasgow for the first time. Full detailsin the next issue of The List.
I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place. 226 5425. Box office Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm. Bar. cafe.
Monster Machine Every Monday 5—6.30pm. 50p. Bookings taken from preceding Friday. Weekly sessions designed for 5—9 year olds which aim above all to be fun. They are a development of the popular ‘Fun Factorics' with lots of drama based games and fun.
I 359 GALLERY 233 Cowgate. 225 3013 369 Art Club Every Saturday. 10.30am—noon. until Sat 19 March. £15 (£7 cones). Emma Graham-Yooll will continue to take the classes which are for 8- 12 year-olds and cover arts and crafts of every sort.
I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 225 2424.
The Gold of the Pharaohs Until 30 April. Mon. Tues. Sat 10am—6pm. Wed.Thurs. Fri l0am—9pm. Sun noon—6pm. £1 adults. concs 65p. The Pharaohs ofancicnt Egypt buried more gold and wealth in their tombs than there is tartan in Scotland. This exhibition. which promises to be as
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Maisie the Kitten makes her stage debut at the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow. See listings.
Glasgow Film Theatre 12 Rose Street Glasgow 63
Mon 22 Feb at 2.30pm only Close Encounters of the Third Kind (The Special Edition) (PG)
Wed 24 Feb at 2.30pm 8. 6pm ET. (U)
26 The List 5 — 18 February 1988