the Darling family and the boy who refused to grow up. with Lulu as Peter Pan. and George (Minder) Cole as Captain Hook. See Guestlist.

I QUEEN'S HALL Clerk Street. 668 2(119. Box Office Mon-Sat 1(lam-5pm. Bar 12.3(1-2.3(1pm and evenings during performances. Rest Mon-Sat 1(1am-5pm. ID] 112]

Spy Society Sat 20. Sun 218; Mon 22 Feb. 7.3(lpm.£2.5(1(£1.5ll). NaturalTheatre Company in a farce taking a rather unconventionalapproach tothe Burgess. Philby and McLean stories. See panel. A

prize will be awarded to the best-dressed

spy tnetnber of the audience on Monday

I ROYAL LYCEUM (irindlay Street. 229

9697. Box Office Mon—Sat 1(1am—6pm. lllam~8pm on perf. evgs. Bar. Rest Cafe.

[1)]. [1i]. ('I‘heatreSaver Concession Cards

cost £ 1 . last all year. give 1;] offthefull

price each time you come for you and a

friend -- available to ()APs. LIB-ills.

Students. Disabled. L'nder-24 railcard

holders. YTS scheme and young people

under 181

Death of a Salesman Fri 12 Feb Sat 5 Mar.

7.45pm. Prices as for (‘harleyfsAunt.

Matinee Sat 27 Feb. 3.15pm. Arthur

Miller‘s great tragic play about the

underside of the American Dream. See



Terrace. (iorgic. 337 1971.

The Magdalene Wed 24 Sat 27 Feb.

7.3(lpm. £1.5(1(£l 1. Springwell House

theatre group bring back their play about the building‘s former purpose as the

Magdalene Asylum for ‘fallen women'. A

fascinating insight into \‘ictorian values in

operation. it contrasts the livesofthe inmates with the lives ofthc governors. and the different impact of the place on different women for some a refuge. for others a prison. Local history brought to life.

The Importance 01 Being Honest Tue 1 Mar.

7.3(1pm. Wildcat Stage Productions in

their new farce about government secrecy.

See Panel and Touring.


(irassmarket. 226 2633. Box Office

Tue Sat lilam—8pm. Sun 6—1(1pm. Bar.

Rest. Tickets also avail from the Ticket

Centre. 22 Market Street. Seats from £2.

Sundays all seats £2 (non-members £2.50).

Different Ghosts Thurs l8 Sun 21 Feb.

7.3(lpm. Day members £4.50; Econ.

members £4; Full members £3.51); Student members £2.

Gary Stevens brought his idiosyncratic

comic talent to Edinburgh and Glasgow

late last year with his lfthe Cap Fits. This time his show focuses on a room inhabited by ghosts from different periods and social classes. whose activities begin to collide and become confused with comic results.

Stevens is a much-praised performer.

whose very visual shows play on the

conventions oftheatre.

M3713 callous Sat 2(1 Feb. See Cabaret. Whuppity Stoorie Tue 23 Feb. 7pm. £1 (5(1p). Edinburgh Playwrights' Workshop in the latest of theirworkshopped productions of new work this one isa Scots version of the Rumpelstiltskin legend by David Purves (who wrote The Puddok an ' the Princess).

An Audience with the Bard Tue 23 - Sun 28 Feb. 7.3(lpm. Prices as for Different Ghosts. Annexe Theatre Company. whose highly successful production ofAnn Marie di Mambro's Joe is also presently on tour (sec Assembly Rooms). in a newplay by Alan llayton. Written in the stvle ofa Restoration comedy it looks at what happens when a young unknown writer from Alloway. called Burns arrives at a respectable Edinburgh house for advice. Waving and Drowning Wed 24 Sun 28 Feb. 7.45pm. Prices as for Different Ghosts. A new play by Robin Wilson. lecturerin drama at Glasgow Arts Centre. which explores the friendship between two girls. ()ne beautiful. the other plainer. they are

holidaying on a Greek beach. when something happens to bring their relationship to a head.

Madeleine Taylor and Collage Cabaret Fri 26 & Sat 27 Feb. See Cabaret.

Occupation Rapist Tue 1 Mar. 7pm. £1 (5(1p). Edinburgh Playwrights’ Workshop in a workshopped production of a new play by Jessie McMurray. looking at the effects of rape on a twelve year-old girl. Cloth Caps and Petticoats wed 2 Sun 6 Mar. 7.45pm. Prices as for Different Ghosts. Besoms Theatre Company present a new one woman play which looks at the life of Keir llardie through the eyes of the women who knew him. Written by Janet Fenton. it is performed by Rhona Campbell.

I WESTERHAILES COMMUNITY CENTRE 211 llailesland Place. Wester Hailes. (131 442 22(11.

The Importance of Being Honest Wed 2 Mar. 7.3(lpm. Wildcat Stage Productions in their new farce about national security. See Panel and Touring.


I The Importance of Being Honest Wildcat Stage Productions tour their latest show: a musical farce by- David McNiven about national security. See Panel. For further details please call Wildcat on (141 954 (XXX). Crawfurd Theatre. Jordan/till (Intil Sat 211 Feb. 7.3(lpm. (141 954 (XXX): Assembly Rooms. Edinburgh Mon 22 Feb. 7.3(lpm. (131228 1155(lIshcr11all);l'airhillCivic Centre. Hamilton Tue 23 Feb. 7.3(lpm. (1698 282323 ext 245 241 ; Palace Theatre. Kilmarnock Wed 24 8; Thurs 25 Feb. 7.3(lpm. (1563 23590; Penilee Community Centre Fri 26 Feb. 7.3(lpm. (141 882 3309'. Mary/till Community Central Halls Sat 27 Feb. 7.3(lpm. (141 332 9115;Clydebank Town Hall Mon 29 Feb. 7.3(lpm. (141 941 1331 : Springwell House. (iorgie. [Edinburgh Ttte 1 Mar. 7.3(lpm. (131 337 1971 ; Westerhailes Community Centre. Westerhailes. Edinburgh Wed 2 Mar. 7.3(lpm. (141 442 2201; Victoria Hall. Helensburgh Thurs 3 Mar. 7.3(1pm.(l436 2151. Tour continues. I Betty and Boaby's Macbeth Tony Roper and Elaine C. Smith star in a co-production between Dundee Rep and Bristol Express Theatre Company in which Betty and Boaby present their irreverent version of the Bard's classic in their own living room. Waid Centre. Artstruther Thurs 18 Feb. (1333 310060: Glenwood Centre. Glenrothes Fri 19 Feb. (1592 752244 ; Ayr Civic Theatre. Ayr Sat 2(1 Feb. (1292 264639: Lass wade High School ( 'entre Mon 22 Feb. ()31 663 7171 ; Alloa Town Hal1.Alloa Tue 23 Feb. (1259213131 : Paisley Town Hall Wed 24 & Thurs 25 Feb. 041 887 1010: Adam Smith Theatre. Kirkcaldy Fri 26 & Sat 27 Feb. (1592 260498; MacRobert Arts Centre. Stirling Mon 29 Feb Wed 2 Mar. (178661081. Tour continues. I Bozzy Winged llorse Theatre Company in their successful production of Frederic Mohr‘s play about Boswell. Cumbernauld Theatre. Cumbernauld Thurs 18 & Fri 19 Feb. 7.45pm. (1236 732887. Tron Theatre. Glasgow Sat 21) Feb. 10.45pm. (141 552 4267 8; Byre Theatre. St. A ndrews Tue 23—Thurs 25 Feb. 8pm. (1334 76288; MacRobertArts Centre. Stirling Fri 26 Feb. 8pm. (1786 6 1 (181 ; Perth Repertory Studio Theatre. Perth Sat 27 Feb. 7.3(lpm. (1738 21031: John Mains Centre. Glasgow Wed 2 Mar. 7.3(lpm. Mews Theatre. Livingston Thurs 3 Mar. 7.30pm. 58 33634. Tour continues. I It Happens Every Day Marmalade Productions in a new tragi-comedy by Margaret Dent. telling how a mother and daughter come to terms with their bereavement. For further details please call 0324 36249. Netherbo w Edinburgh Tue 23 Sat 27 Feb; Bonar Hall. Dundee Thurs 29 Feb; Mitchell Theatre. Glasgow Wed 3 Mar.


Arthur Miller

12 February-5 March Mon-Sat 7.45 pm Saturday matinee 27 Feb, 3.15 pm Tickets from £2.70

Grindlay Street, Edinburgh EH3 9AX NOW SHOWING (031) 229 9697


Feb 18—21 at7.30pm Gary Stevens in DIFFERENT GHOSTS

Feb 23—28 at 7.30pm Annexe Theatre Co present AN AUDIENCE WITH THE BARD

Feb 24-28 at 7.45pm WAVING AND DROWNING

Mar 2—6 at 7.45pm Besoms present CLOTH CAP AND PETTICOATS

Cabaret every Friday and Saturday at 10pm

Further details from The Traverse Theatre 112 West Bow, Grassmarket, Edinburgh. Tel: 031 226 2633

sail/mu BECKETT’S ':

JOHN ALDERTON/ ALEC McCOWEN “Exquisiter matched. . .


unforgettable production" Mail on Sunday


PETER WIGHT “Outstanding” Daily Express

THUR MAT ALL sen'rs £2.50!

0 0 000.000.... v

THEATRE RYAL GLASGOW 041-331 1234/332 9000

Financially assisted by the Scottish Arts Council. the Glasgow District Council. Strathclyde Regional Council.

Tour continues.

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