I Theatre is listed by city first. then by venue. running in alphabetical order. Cabaret and touring shows are listed separately underthe relevant heading. KEY:  facilities forthe disabled. [E] facilities forthe hard of hearing, usually an induction loop system. For prices, price in brackets eg (£1 .50) is the concessionary price. Long running shows. unless specified otherwise, do not run on Sundays.
I The Glasgow Garden Festival will also be hosting theatre events. Please see Garden Festival Diary for details ofthese.
I BELLAHOUSTON PARK Tickets available front the Ticket ('entre. ('andleriggs. 227 5511.
The Moscow State Circus Wed 22-Sun 2n June. Wed & Thurs 7.30pm; Fri (1 iv 9pm; Sat 2.30 «k 7.30pm; Sun 2.30 ck 5.30pm. Tickets front £5.50. £2 off ticket prices for concessionary groups and parties of 20or rttore. The (‘ossack horsentert are antong the seventy Soviet circus artistes who ntake up this fantous Russian circus visitirtg (‘rlasgow as part of its rare British tour.
I CITIZENS' THEATRE (iorbals Street. 42‘) 0022. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am-~8pm. Bar. [1)].
DoctorAngelus Fri 10- Sat 25 .lune. 7.3(1pm. £3. ('oncs £1 irt advartce. free on the door. FRI-.Ii Preview on Thurs UJune. In this. Bridie's centenary year. tlte ('iti/cns' Theatre pays tribute to the mart who founded it. Robert David MacDonald plays the duplicitous Dr Artgelus. tlte role ﬁrst created by Alastair Sim. Sec Review. I CRAWFURD THEATREJordanltill (‘ollegc of Iiducation. 7b Southbrae Drive. 041 954 (XXX).
Waiting on One Wed (v-Sat 30 July. 2pm. FRIifi. Wildcat iii a special season off'ree tttatinees of Anne Downie's new . award vvinnirtg play for groups from all social work. community artd voluntary organisations in Strathclyde Region. There will be evening performancesopen to the getteral public (£3.75 £2.50) on 8.9. 15.1ft.19.30Julyat7.30pm.Seefuttire issues. See Panel.
I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE (‘umbernauld 0236 732887. Box Office Mort—Fri 10am—bprtt; Sat 10am—3pm; 6-8pm perf. evgs Bar (’afe.
Blood and Ice Fri 1k Sat 2 July.7.45pm. £2.50(£l .25 l. Flipside Theatre (‘ompany iit Liz. Lochhead's early play about Mary Shelley arid tfte making of her tttortster. Frankertstein.
No further theatre performances until mid-August.
I DRAMA CENTRE 126 Ingram Street. 552 5827.
Blood Wedding Tue 21-‘Sun 2ft June. Tltis show has been cancelled.
I Where the Green Grass Grows Fri 1 July. 7.30pm. Riot Act in a show that was a success during Mayfest. about people being moved to housing schemes. See Touring.
No further performances until mid-July.
I KINGS THEATRE Bath Street. Box Office. Mon—Sat nODIF-(tpnt. 4 bars. [1)]. [E]. Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. Mon—Sat 10.30am—(t.30pm. 041 227 5511.
Rikki Fulton and Jack Milroy as Francie and Josie in the Kings High Tues 21 June-Sat 16 July. 7.30pm. Sat ntat 3pm. £6. £5. £4. Irresistible. Fulton and Mulroy' back as Francie and Josie for a variety show for the summer. See Guest List.
I MITCHELL THEATRE ( iranville Street. 221 3198. Box Office Mott Sat noon (tpm. Bar. ('afe. [1)]. Tickets also available front the Ticket ('ctttre. ('aiidleriggs. 2275511 Mon—Sat l0.30ant-—(t.30prtt.
Annie Get Your Gun Tue 21-Sat ZSJune. 7.30pm. £3.50(£2.50). The ('apricorrt Players iii the musical.
.\'o furtlter theatre performances until August.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. 887 llllll. Box Office open Tue —Siiit noon—8.30pitt. Bar (Open noon- llpitt Tue—Sat; 1230— 2.30pm ck (1.30» l lpnt Sun. Meals served). (‘afe (Open noon—11pm). [D].
MisterJock Tue 21 Sat 25 June. ".30pnt. £4 (£2). Russell Hunter in the follow-tipto the populaer‘k. Sec Review.
Forthe Want 0' A Nail Tues 3s Thurs 30 June. 7.30pm. £2.50. The ( )ld (irammarians Amateur Dramatic Society present a play yv ritten by their secretary about the effect on the 18th century Paisley Town (‘ouncil on the temporary removal of the Lucky Horseshoe iii the crossroads between Maxys ellton Street attd ( icorgc Street. l’art of the Paisley 500 ('eleltrations.
I PALACE THEATRE 9 ( ireen Street.
Inspiration moves in mysterious ways. Anne Downie’s award-winning play ‘Waiting on One‘, being staged by Wildcat this month, had its first spark of life when she was on the bus one night. ‘All these women got on from the bingo, and I thought, why has this endured for so long? And why is it nearly all women who go to it?‘
She became fascinated by bingo and its role in the lives of people who play it regularly. Her mother-in-law, who plays bingo, became ’technical adviser’ to the play that resulted from her researches, but she also visited bingo halls and talked to their regulars about why they go. ‘Most of them said actually quite negative, rather sad things like, ‘It gets you out of the house’. lthink it’s probably a lifeline for some old people. It made me think that society‘s not answering a need.‘
The play is set in a bingo hall and follows the story of several women who play there, one old lady in particular. In some ways it could be seen as being not unlike Wildcat’s recent enormous hit, ‘The Steamie‘, which was set in an old-fashioned communal laundry and
Kilmarnock . 0563 23590. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Cafe 'Bar Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. ID] [E].
No theatre performances until end of August.
I PAVILION THEATRE 121 Renfield Street. 332 1846. Box ()ffice Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar.
The Celtic Story Mon 2 May—Sat 25 June. 7.30pm. £5. £4 (£2.50). Wildcat in their musical celebration of Celtic Football (‘lub‘s centenary: a hundred yearsof Glasgow and (‘eltic seen through the eyes ofone family of firm fans.
I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA 100 Renfrew Street. 041 332 5057.
Lark Rise Tue 21—Fri 24 June. 7. 15pm. £2 (£1). Final Year Students ofthe Schoolof Drama in a promenade production of Keith Dcwhurst's stage adaptation ofthe first part of the classic trilogy Lurk Rise To (‘undleford by Flora Thompson.
On the Razzle Mon 27—Thurs 30June.
7. 15pm. £5 (£2.50). The Opera (‘lass of the RSAMD present the world premiere of a new opera by Robin ()rr basedon Tom Stoppard's play. See Guestlist. Focus on Dance Events 3—10 July. See Feature and Dance Listings.
I THEATRE ROYAL I 1ope Street. 331 1234. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. (7.30pm oit perfevgs). Bar. Buffet.
Peter Pan Mon 20—Fri 25 June. Mon 20. 1.30pm. Tue 2 l-Thurs 23 8; Sat 25. 10.30am a- l.30pm. Fri 24. 10.30am. £2.75 (£1.75). The famous large-scale Purves Puppets in art adaptation ofJ.M.Barrie's classic children's novel. For three years and over.
NDT2 Mon 4—Sat 9 July. 7.30pm.
illustrated how it served a social function for the women who met there, as well as a practical one. ‘In some ways the bingo hall has taken over that function,’ agrees Anne Downie. ‘There's nowhere women can go on their own that is hasslefree, where they can talk. It’s interesting though that there is an increasing number of men going to bingo halls because of unemployment.’
While ‘Waiting on One‘, like ‘The Steamie’, will incorporate music and comedy, it differs from it in that it does tell a definite story and that its serious points are probably more definitely asserted. ‘lt’s really all about options forwomen,‘ says Anne Downie. pointing out that while many of the largely working-class clientele of the bingo halls could find alternative recreation in night schools and other leisure pursuits, they can be discouraged by an ingrained lack of sell-assurance.
She hopes the final production will appeal to a broad range of people — ’I hope we get some bingo goers in the audience.’ The play's initial audience will be an unusual one, however. Funded by Strathclyde Regional Council, the Scottish Arts Council and the £10,000 provided by the Society of West End Theatres Award, Wildcat are mounting a season of free matinee performances for disadvantaged groups of people, — hoping to encourage people who rarely see theatre, because of financial or physical restrictions. There will also be evening performances open to the general public (not free) and the production tours Scotland throughout August. (Sarah Hemming).
Waiting on One, Wildcat, Crawfurd Theatre, Glasgow. See Listings.
Nederlands Darts Theater. See Dance and Feature. I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Saiicltiehall Street. 332 7521 . ('al'e open 1 lam-2.30pm Tue-Fri and durittg evening performances. Focus On: Belinda Neave 'l‘liurs 7 July. 7.30pm. Part of the Focus on Dance season. See Feature arid Dance. I TRON THEATRE (t3 Trongalc. 552 420" 8. Box Office Tue-Sat Noon-8pm; Siiit 12.30-11pm.(‘losedMoitday-s. Great Expectations Tue 21 Stilt 26 June. 8pm. (Show on Sundays. closed on Mondays) £4 non-meittbers; £3 l £1 ) members. Last few days of 'I'.»\( i Theatre (‘ompany's excellent stage adaptation of Dickens' novel. Don‘t ittiss it.See Touring. Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped D" Tues 28June Sim 10.1uly . 8pm. (Show on Sundays. closed oit Moitdays). £4 non-members; £3 (£1 )menibers, (‘ommunicado Theatre ('ompany iii their vibrant. punchy production of 1 .i1. Lochhead's Fringe First winning play about the hapless queen and her Iznglish rival. Recoittmended.
I ASSEMBLY ROOMS 54 (ieorge Street. Day 0t Dance Stiit 3 July. See Dance Listings. I DEDLAM THEATRE Forest Road. 225 9893. Mon-Sat 10am late. (are. No theatre performances this issue. I DRUNTON THEATRE Miisselbtirglt. M5 3711. No theatre performances this issue. I CHURCHHILL THEATRE .‘vtorningside Road No theatre performances this issue. I KINGS THEATRE 2 l.ev en Street. 22‘) 1201. Box Office Mon Sat 10am 8pm. Bar. [1)]. [F]. No Sex Please, We’re British Mort 3o Sat :5 June. 7.30pm. Sat 5 6; 8pm. £3 £6.50. Ilalfprice Mon 6; Sat rttat ; Tues Thurs cortc groups £2 off ( irattd ( 'ircle and Stalls. The world's loitgest running comedy but is it art'.’ See Review. West Side Story Mon 27 June Sat l).liily. 7.30pm. Wed & Sat rttat. 2.30pm. £5—£8.50. £3 off ( irand (‘ircle Stallsand £2 off L'pper (‘ircle. Mon '1"Itiirs(except Mon 27 June ). All seats half-price on opening night arid all niatinees. 10’; reduction parties of 20 or more (except Mon 27). One of the ittost popular musicals ofall tirttc. Sondheim and Bernstein's updated version of the Romeo arid Juliet story. Presented by Malcolm Knight. I MANDELA THEATRE (iateway Iixchange. 2—4 Abbeymount. ftftl 0982. (are and bar facilities during performances. Performance Project Rehearsals Wednesdays 7pm1Satitrday's 2pm. Following on the success of their reccitt performance project l”./.\I¢’ Inglis. the Mandela are working towards another production iit July —- a double bill. l'lii- Vision ufu Man (a stage adaptatioit of (‘rinie (mil Prints/mien! aitd 'I‘lie .tfugir'u/ History 'I’uur). Anybody aitd every body who is irtterested iit getting involved at any level of the production acting. design. stage-management. publicity etc is very weIComc to attend. I NETHERDOW ARTS CENTRE 4311igh Street. 556 957‘). Box ( )f'f'icc 10am~4.30pm. 79pmperfevgs. (are-(1)) llil Fuenleovejuna Wed 22 Sat 25 .1 unc. 7.30pm. £2 (£1 ). Telford ( ‘ollege iit Lope dc Vegas' classic play about class struggle in 14th century Spain. Seven Characters out of the Dream Fri 34 & Sat 25 Jutte. 12 noon. 50p. 'I'elford(‘ollege students iii a play by Joan l 're. The Lion. the Witch and the Wardrobe wed 29June—Sat 2 July. 7.30pm. (also2.30pm on Sat 2). £2.50 (£1 .50). Netlterbow Youth Theatre in an adaptation by (ily'nn Robbinsof(‘.S. Lewis's popular children's story.
18 The List 24 Jurte — 7 July 1988