E A— f'ii‘E— W75 R 7K “SET-I BT13— ROUGHCAST THEATRE COMPANY
in Michael Duke's
Fri 18 - Sat 19 Mar, 8.00pm
TICKETS: £3.00 (£2.00) PLUS THEATRE WORKSHOP’S YOUTH THEATRE DOUBLE-BILL LESSONS IN TIME THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE Fri 25 - Sat 26 Mar, 7.30pm. TICKETS: £1.50 (£1.00)
Tickets From The Box Office : (031) 226 5425 34 Hamilton Place, EH3 5AX
ROYAL lYCEUM Med/Irma
Joe Orton 'I'I March-2 April, Mon-Sat 7.45 p.m. Saturday matinee 26 March, 3.15 p.m. Tickets from £2.70
Grindlay Street, Edinburgh EH3 9AX NOW SHOWING (031) 229 9697
ED AND DAVID MIRVISH OF THE OLD VIC LONDON AND THE ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN PRESENT THE
ENGLISH SHAKESPEARE COMPANY ‘THE BEST THING TO HAVE HAPEEINED T0 BRITISH THEATRE
SHAKESPEARE'S GREAT HISToRi CYCLE”
RICHARD II HENRY IV PART]
HENRY IV PART 2 HOUSE OF YORK
HENRY V RICHARD Ill DIRECTED BY MICHAEL BOGDANOV
GLASGOW THEATRE ROYAL 041331 1234 3329000
HOUSE OF LANCASTER
the Ticket Centre. (‘andleriggs. 227 5511 Mon-Sat 10.30am-(m30pm.
Annie Tue 2‘) Mar— Sat 2 Apr. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. £3 (£1 .50). The popular Mitchell Theatre for Youth in the musical about the little orphan Annie.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street.887 1010. Box Office open Tue-Sun noon-8.30pm. Bar (Open noon-l 1pm Tue-Sat; 12.30-230pm & 6.30-1 1pm Sun. Meals served). Cafe (Open noon-l 1pm). [D].
The Cauldron Sat 1‘) Mar. 7.30pm. £3
(£1 .50). Theatre Alba tour their production of Fdwin Stiven's mystical new play set in 7th-century North Britain. See also'l'ouring.
Pandemonium Puppets Sat 20 & Sun 27 Mar. 12.30pm. £1 (50pehild). The puppet company present a puppet worksltopon Saturday and a puppet show on Sunday. The Importance of Being Honest Wed 31) Mar. 7.30pm. £3 ( 1 .50). Wildcat Stage Productions in their new comedy: a well deserved satire on the present government's attitude to public secrecy and individual privacy.
I PALACE THEATRE ‘) (irecn Street. Kilmarnock.1)5o3 235‘)1). Box Office Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. Cafe 'Bar Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. [1)] [E].
South Pacific Mon 1-1 ~ Sat 1‘) Mar. 7.30pm. £4. Cones (Mon & Tue)£2.50. Kilmarnock Amateur Operatic Society in the famous Rodgers and I Iammerstein musical which has just made a comeback in a big way in London.
Fittieth Anniversary Show Wed 23 — Thurs 24 Mar. 7.30pm. Crossroads Young Farmers in a show to celebrate their fiftieth anniversary. Details avail. from Margaret (iordon on 0563 21-180.
I PAVILION THEATRE 121 chfield Street. 332 18-10. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am-8pm. Bar.
Robert Halpern Every Thurs. Fri 6: Sat evening. 7.30pm. Hypnotic as ever. Ilalpern returns.
The Rocky Horror Show Mon 21 Sat 2h Mar. Mon-'I’hurs 7.45pm. Fri & Sat 6.30pm & ‘)pm. £4. £5. £0. Monday all seats £4. The stage version of the cult spoof horror movie.
I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA 100 Renfrew Street. 041 332 5057.
Antigone'l‘ue 15 — Fri 18 Mar. 7. 15pm. Second Year students present Sophocles great tragedy in the Chandler'l'heatre.
As You Like II Tue 22 — Fri 25 Mar. 7. 15pm. £2 (£1 ). Final Year studentsofthe Diploma in Dramatic Art in Shakespeare's comedy.
I THEATRE ROYAL lIope Street. 331 1234. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. (7.30pm on perfevgs). Bar. Buffet.
The Wars 01 the Roses Tue 22 — Sat 26 Mar. £2.50-£8.50. Cones: all seven plays — 20C} off; three or more plays — 10"} off; Saturday trilogy saver— 15“? off. Other cones: Thurs mat two for the price ofone: Conc groups £3 off ticket prices except Fri & Sat eve. (£1 .51) offthird circle ); Standby- from 6pm — £2.50: (‘oncs avail also for groups of 15 or more. The English Shakespeare Company tour their acclaimed production of the full cycle of Shakespeare's plays dealing with the War ofthe Roses period. The plays can. of course. be seen separately - seen together they offer a rare opportunity to watch the progression of Shakespeare‘s historical dramas. Tue 22 Mar 7.30pm Richard 11; Wed 23 Mar 7.30pm Henry IV Part I; Thurs 24 Mar 2.30pm Richard III; Thurs 24 Mar 7.30pm Henry IV Par! 2; Fri25 Mar 7.30pm Henry V; Sat 26 Mar 10.30am Henry VI: Home of Lancaster; Sat 26 Mar 3pm Henry VI: House of York; Sat 26 Mar 7.30pm Richard III.
DITIBT Sweet Mon 28 — Thurs 31 Mar 7.30pm; Sat 2 Apr 3pm 8.; 7.45pm. £3—£12.50. Conc. groups £2.50 offseat prices (£1 .50 off third circle) Mon—Thurs eves; half-price all seats Sat mat. The new production of Noel Coward'soperetta.
I TRON THEATRE (i3 Trongate. 552 42678. Box Office Tue-Sat Noon-8pm; Sun 12.30-1 1pm. Closed Mondays. Playreading: Rehab — A Restoration Comedy Sat 1‘) Mar. 2.30pm. Free. In the bar.The popular Saturday afternoon playreadings in the bar return. This one is by Rona Munro. one half of the cabaret groupThe MsFits. and is directed by Andi Ross. Psycho Tue 22 — Sun 27 Mar. Tue A; Wed 8pm; Thurs ~ Sun 10.30pm. Non-members £4.51); Members £3.50; Cones £1.51). L'nit One Theatre Company in a production that weaves together the I Iitchcock thriller with ( ilasgow ‘s ow n story of ‘Bible .Iohn'. Directed by Harry (iibson.
Betty and Boaby's Macbeth Thurs 24 Mar -- Sat‘) Apr. Spm. Sat mat 5pm. Non-members £4.50; Members £3.51); Cones. £1.50. Matinee: Non-members £3; Members £2; (‘oncs £1. Tony Roper and Iilaine (K Smith star as Betty and Boabyin their irreverent version of the Bands classic play . set. on this occasion. in Betty and lioaliy's living room.
Playreading: Betore the Morning After Sat 26 Mar 2.30pm. Free. In the bar. Another Saturday afternoon session «- a
play reading of a new play in the bar. This one is by Polish w rtter Marek Kostka and is directed by Michael Boyd.
I ADAM HOUSE THEATRE Chambers Street.
Scottish Student Drama Festival Productions This theatre is one of several in Iidinbtirgh hosting this year's Scottish Student Drama Festival. See separate listings for details. The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society's Production 01 'Macbeth' Sat l‘)Mar (Charity Performance): Tue 22 — Sat 20 Mar. 8pm. £3 (£2.50). Tue eve allseats £2.51). As seen on the Fringe. Tidinburgh (iraduate Theatre (iroup present Shakespeare‘s play with that
Townswomcn's (iuild's special touch. Sat
1‘)th is a charity performance in aid of (ireyfriars Chttrch International Appeal. I BEDLAM THEATRE 2 Forrest Road. Box Office 225 ‘)h")3. Mon-Sat Illam-late. (are.
Scottish Student Drama Festival Productions See separate listings.
I BRUNTON THEATRE Mussclhurglt. (Th5 2241). Box Office Mon-Sat 10am-8pm. Bar. [1)]. [Ii].
Showboat Mon 21 ~ Sat 26 Mar. Mon-Fri 7.30pmsz 7.15pm. Mon-Thurs£2.50; Fri (Q Sat £3. Cortes: Senior Citizens£l .51) Monday only ; Children £1 .50 Monday and Tueday. Musselburgh Amateur Musical Association in their annual musical show. I CHURCHHILL THEATRE Morningside Road.
A Midsummer Nights Dream Wed 10— Sat 1‘) Mar. 7.30pm. I.eitheatre in a new production of Shakespeare's much-loved comedy.
Alphabetical Order Wed 23 ~- Sat 26 Mar. 7.30pm. £2.501£1.50). Iidinburgh Civil Service Dramatic Society in Michael Frayn's play. set in the library ofa newspaper office where a newcomer begins to cause ructions.
I THE CROWN THEATRE I 1111 Place. Scottish Student Drama Festival Productions See separate listings.
I GEORGE SQUARE THEATRE George Square.
State 01 Confusion Sat 1‘) Mar. 8pm. Tickets available on 031 226 5425/1131 662 4520. Theatre Workshop bring their touring production of a new political farce by David Kane. See Review and Touring. I KING'S THEATRE 2 [even Street. 22‘) 1201. Box Office Mon-—Sat10am—8pm. Bar. [1)].
Evita Wed 10 Mar ~ Sat 2 April. 7.30pm. Matinees on Thurs 17. Wed 23 8c 30 Mar & all Sats at 2.30pm. £4.5(L-£I2.50. Cones: £2.51) off Stalls and (irand Circle Mon-'I'hurs. First visit to Edinburgh ofthe Lloyd Webber-Rice hit musical about Eva Peron.
20 The List 18— 31 March 1988