5.45pm. Salome's Last Dance ( 18) 8.45pm. TUESDAYS

Non Professionals ( )5) (1.30pm. Salome‘s Last Dance ( 18) 8.45pm.


The Untouchables ( 15) 3.30pm . 8.30pm. Therese (l’( i ) (1.30pm.


Salome's Last Dance ( 18) ().3(IplT‘l.H.-15pm.


I GRDSVENDR Ashton Lane Fri 5/3315: 1.Cop( 18) I 1.15pm.

_ 2. Eddie Murphy Raw(18) 11.15pm.


I CAMEO I Ioine Street. 2284141. [1)] Bar open .\1on——Sat o—I 1.30pm; Sun o—l 1pm.

£1.201orlst& 2nd perl‘s: £2 for 3rd perf;


Sign O The Times I 15) 3pm (not Sun).5pm. 7pm. 9pm.

3 Sun 7: Amadeus ( Pt ‘1 ) 2pm.

See also Iidinburgh l.ates.

I CANNON Lothian Road. 22‘) 3030. Bar:

11am~2.30pm. 5--~ 10pm (Mon—Thurs): Ilam~ llpmtIii Sat); 5 10pm (Sun). [1)] einemas 2 «k 3 prior notification ads isable. £2.90. £2.50t‘hild £1.60. £1 .50()Al’£l (before (1pm). I‘amily diseount seheme operates.

1. Coming To America I 15 ) 2.05pm. 5.05pm. 8.05pm.

2. 'Crocodile' Dundee ll (P012. 10pm. 5.20pm.8.10pm. 3. Police Academy V: Assignment Miami Beach ( 1’( i) 2.35pm. 5.35pm. 8.20pm. I DOMINION Newbattle Terrace. 447 2660. Rest 10am-2pm ck 6—1 Iprn (Mon-Fri). 10am--I Iprn (Sat). Bar 12—2.30pm. ti» 10pm I Mon-Sat ). (‘inema

3 notopenSun. £2.70.£2.50;

('hiId [1340 Students £1.50; ()Al’£1.20.

(allpet'lsexcepteyngperlsinCineiiizi3). ; 1. ‘Crocodile‘ Dundee 1 PG ) 2.20pm. ‘. 5.20pm. 8.20pm.

2. Care Bears Adventure In Wonderland ( t f) 2.25pm (Itnisltes on Thurs-I).

Police Academy V: Assignment Miami Beach (I’(i)4. 15pm. (i. 15pm.8. 15pm.

3. Wall Streetl 15 ) 2pm. 5pm. 8pm.

I ODEON (‘Ierk Street. (so? 733113;” 0-9pm. Partial \\ heelehair aeeess. 'I‘iekets £2 (eones £1.50) torperIormanees commencing before (rpm. 'I‘iekets £2.80

' (eones £2) Ioi' perIs eommeneing after


Judge Reinhold in Vice Versa

1. Vice Versa ( I’( i ) 2pm. 4. 10pm. (3.20pm. 8.35pm.

2.The Jungle BDDKII’G ) 2. l5pm.4.25pm. o.30pm. 8,40pm.

3. Three Men And ABaby(PG)1.Ame.



1.othian Road. 228 2688. Bar(.‘v1on—Sat. noon— 1 1pm; Sun 030- 1 1pm) Rest

(Mon -Sat. noon—9pm). [Ii] Matinees

£1 .20(eones 75p): Liarly ey enings £2

(eones £1 .50); Main eyenings and Double

Bills £2.50 bookable in ads anee. No

eoneessions on Sats.


1. Babette‘s Feast I Pt} ) 2.45pm. Dark Eyes (l’(i ) (1pm. 8.30pm.

2. MoonsIl'uCIt(P(i)3pm.h.10pm.8.20pm_ I



1. Dark Eyes ( I’(i ) 2.30pm. (ipm. 8.30pm. 2. Moonstruck (PG) 3pm. b. 10pm. 8.20pm SUNDAY7

1. Dark Eyes ( PU) 6pm. 8.30pm. 1 2. The Easy Life (Pam. I0pm.8.20pm. . MDNDAYB

1. Inner Space (PG) 2.30pm. Dark Eyes (1’(})(ipm. 8.30pm.

2. Sherman's March ( 15) 4.45pm. 7.45pm. TUESDAY9

1. Inner Space (PU) 2.30pm. Dark Eyes (PG ) hpm. 8.30pm

2. Sherman's MaTCh(I’(i)-I.-I5pm. 2.45pm. WEDNESDAY 10

1. Dark Eyes ( 1’( 3) 2.30pm. (ipm. 8.31 lpm. 2. Scotland At The Cinema ( l’(i ) 2.45pm. Sherman‘s March ( 15) 4.45pm. 7.45pm. THURSDAY11

1. Rumble Fish ( 18) & River's Edget 18) 1.30pm. Dark Eyes ( PU ) (rpm. 8.30pm.

2. The Passionate Thief ( P( i ) 2.45pm.

(1. 10pm. 8.20pm.


I CAMEO Home Street

Fri 5: The Blues Brothers ( 15) & Rumble Fish (18)]l.15pm. ' Sat 6: Lethal Weapon ( 18) N Blade Runner (I5) I 1.15pm.


I CANNON Princess Street. I’alkii‘k . 0324 23805.

1. Coming To America 1 15 ) 2.20pm. 5.25pm. 8. 10pm; Sun 5.25pm.8. 10pm. 2. Care Bears ll: Adventures In Wonderland (L') 1.50pm. 3.50pm.

Police Academy V: Assignment Miami Beach (l’(i ) 1). 15pm. 8.40pm; Sun 1). 15pm. 8.40pm.

3. ‘Crocodile‘ Dundee ll ( 1’(i)2. 10pm.

5. 10pm.8.10pm; Sun 5. 10pm.8. 10pm.


I CANNON Iitehf'ield Street. Kilmarnoek. f 0503 37288.

1. Coming To America I 15 ) 2.35pm.

.50pm. 8.20pm: Sun 5.20pm. “7.50pm.

The Jungle Book ( l ') 1.15pm. 3.55pm. 5.50pm. 8.05pm.; Sun 5pm. 7.25pm.

3. ‘Crocodile' Dundee II (PU ) 2.30pm. 5.45pm. 8.30pm; Sun 5.45pm. 8. 10pm.

I KELBURNEUIasgoyy Road. Paisley .881) 3612.

1. 'Crocodile' Dundee ll ( t’( i i 3. Illptll. 5.45pm. 8. 15pm.

2. The Jungle Book (1')2.50pm.b.20pm. 9pm.

I LA I litlltilltllt SII‘L‘L‘I . Salteoats. 0294 63345 [1)] (‘inema 1. £1.50

('hild ()AI’75p.

1.Jungle Booklt.‘ ) (rpm. 7.54pm.

Sat Mon Wed matinees 1.45pm.

2. Coming to Americat I5)(i.45piii.8.05pin, ' I ODEON Burns Statue Square. Ay r. 0202 264041). [1)] £2.50;(‘hild 1'1340 ()AI’

£1 .50(no eoneessions for last performance Fri and Sat ).

1.The Jungle Book (1‘) 1.05pm. 3.05pm. 5.05pm. 7.05pm. 9.05pm.

2. ‘Crocodile’ Dundee I l’( i) 1 . 15pm. 3.35pm. (3.25pm. 8.45pm.

3. Vice Versa ( I’(i) 1.30pm. 3.50pm. (1.35pm. 8.55pm.

I ODEON ’I‘oyy nhead Street. I lamilton. 0098 283 802. [1)] einemas 2&31'ri Sat £2.50('hild ().-\1’ £1.40. Sun 'I’hurs £2.30 (‘hiId ()AI’£1.30. Mon I‘ri untiltipm LIB-I0“.

1.The Jungle BODMI') I0.5Ilam (Satonly ). 1.20pm. 3.35pm. (L 15pm. 9.05pm. 2.ViceVersa(P(i) 10.15am(SatonIy). 12.50pm. 3.25pm. 5.55pm. 8.35pm.

3. ‘Crocodile'Dundeele 10.10amISat only). 12.45pm. 3.20pm. 5.50pm. 8.25pm. I RIALTO (‘ollege Street. Dumbarton.

0389 (32763. £2 (‘Itild l.'B4I) ()AI’ £1. (‘Iosed Sundays.

1. 'Crocodile' Dundee 11 ( l’(i) 1.45pm. 5.20pm. 7.45pm. 1 2. The Jungle Book (1') 1.40pm. 5.25pm. 7.30pm.


I Theatre is listed by city first. then by venue. running in alphabetical order. Cabaret and touring shows arelisted separately underthe relevantheading. KEY: [D] facilities torthe disabled. [E] facilities torthe 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 Diarylor details oIthese.

I Streetbiz. Glasgow's international street festival is also running during August. Please see Streetbiz Diary for details of events.


I CITIZENS' THEATRE(ioibalsStreel.42‘) 0022. 11o\()ttiee.\1on Sat 10am 8pm liar. [1)].

.\'o iurthei pei'lormanees until September. I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE(illllllk‘l'llaltltl. 0231i "5288". Hos ( )Itiee \Ion-I-ri

10am (ipm; Sat 10am 3pm.!» 8pmperf. eygs Ilai (‘alef

.\'o Iiii'thei' theatre pertormanees until 18 Augiist

I DRAMA CENTRE 12o Ingram Stieet. 552 582",

\o tui thei' theatre pertormanees until late September.

I KINGS THEATRE Bath Street. Box ()Iliee..\1on Sal noon 11])111,-II);IIS.]I)] II' l’IlttllL‘I)t)t)l\ltlg\.ililel\e‘1(.L‘IIIIL‘. (andlei'iggs. .\Ion Sat 111511.01) (1.30an 04122"55II.

AWee Touch ofClasst'niil 2IIAtig. "..‘~t|pni. Sat mats 3pm. Lb. L5. L4. Rikki I'ulton and Walter ( ‘ai'i' 111 an adaptation


Rumourhas itthat Edinburgh is about to host a festival of some sort. We at The List consider ourselves above such rumours, though we have noticed an increase of theatrical activity in the city during August in previous years, which would tend to supportthe theory. Looks as though the same is going to happen this yeartoo. You don’t have to wait, however. until the glorious Twelfth to see some of the activity—you will find a few Fringe performers a little iurtherto the Westthis week.

At Glasgow's Third Eye Centre you can seethe lirstshowing of ‘Mammon‘ and ‘Radio Sing Sing'. ‘Mammon’ stars Robert Llewellyn (who will be a familiarfaceto fans ofthe Joeys) asa cyborg. built by a female scientistwho intends to create Mammon. the ultimate profit-dedicated cyborg, but accidentally programmes him ‘Lust Mode 691'. ‘Radio Sing Sing' is a promising collaboration betweentwo fine sets of talents— Man Act. whose beautifully choreographed shows ‘Man Act I' and ‘Man Act II‘ were Festival hits, and Steve Shill. whose gently moving ‘Fine Film of Ashes‘ was a success at this year‘s Mayfest. Here Shill directs Man Actinthe strangetale of two men who discover more than they anticipated on Papua. New Guinea

.\Ion Sat 10am 5pm. (ale Ilai .\Ion Sat

ol' Moliere's l.e Bourgeois (imul/mmme. Iirst seen at the Izdinburgh I‘L‘SIH al a ten years ago.

SuperSunday Sun 7 Aug. ".fsllpm. See (‘abaret ck (illL‘SllISl.

I MITCHELL THEATRE ( ii'anyille Street. 2213198. Bo\()lliee.\1on Sat noon hpm. Bar. (‘ale [1)]. '1'iekets also ayailable liom | the 'I‘iels‘et (‘enti'e. ( aiidlei iggs. 22" 5511 .\Ion Sat 10.30am b.30pm.

Waving at the Pigeons \Ved .‘~ Sal I) Aug

See (‘abaret

I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE \L‘\\ Street . 88"

1010.11o\()ltieeopen'liie Sim ]

noon 8.30pm. Bar (Open noon 11pm ILIL‘ Sat; 12.50 2.30pm x 030 11pm Sun. Meals sel‘y ed). (life I ( )pen

noon 11pm ). [1)].

Americans in London Sal o Aug. 8pm. L4 (L2). Rags to Riches m a 111])tlil\\ n memory lane \yith the story ot 1\\U\\i)111L‘11 Il\lflg11)1I1L‘L‘Iilt)II)l\IL‘I;l11tI|;1//.

I I) ( it'L‘L‘l) SIICL‘I.

lsilmarnoek.05o}235110. Ho\()lliee

10am 5pm.]1)]]1:|.

.\'o Iurthei’ theatre peitoi'manees tintilend ol August.

I PAVILION THEATRE I21 ReiilieldStieel. 332184i).11o\()ttieeMon-Sat10am«8pm. Bar.

Robert Halpern Izyery \\ ed Sat until 10 Sept. "50pm. \Ved £2.50: Illtll'S tk I'll 1.5.5111 501 L4. (iL‘IIIllt.l people ItHIU ] dubiousthings under hypnosis I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA 100 Renli'eyy Stieet.ll-II 552 $057.

Romeo and Juliet '1 ties 2 Sat b Aug. 2.50pm. L.5 I £2 ). Seottish Yoiith'l'lieatie in John (‘Iittord's Iiyely . Itieid adaptation oI Shakespeare's elassie I liist done loi

Man Act‘s Radio Sing Sing.

in 1925.

At the Tron Theatre, Glasgow. Cliffhanger presenttheirsuccessful ‘James Bond Licensed to Look III’ for five days, prior to heading East— comedian Pete McCarthy plays a less than averager successful 007. complete with drooping gun. nicotine addiction and flagging prospects. But he is jolted out of his new found life as a creche supervisor in Camden and launched into adventure, willy nilly. ‘You Can't Go Wrong' at the Tron also brings together strong talents in the shape of Judy Pascoe. Jag Plah and John Attila McHenry, all appearing in an alternative alternative comedy evening. directed by Jack Klaff (author and performer of ‘Nagging Doubts‘ and ‘Cuddles').

For details of all shows, see Glasgow Listings.

The List 5 ~11 August 108813