presents The Puddok BLOOD \S’EDD'NG an the Princess FEDERICO ‘ liftgi’i‘,‘E:Ii?"113?,TI'EEIII:i: GARCIA LORCA
A harsth beautiful story of intrigue, searing passion and revenge unveiled by the company that has already won 3 Fringe First Awards.
Aug I 5 — Sept 3 at 9pm LYCEUM STUDIO Venue 35 BOX OFFICE 03| 229 9697
ASSEMBLY ROOMS 28th Aug-3rd Sept: 1 I. lﬁtim On tour in Scotland this Autumn
FREE PREVIEW SATURDAY AUGUST l3 at 9pm
DON’T MISS IT!
Nottinghamshire Education's Young People's Theatre and Dance Company “TOWARDS THE LIGHT" — l |.00am — |5th-l9th August “ROMEO AND JULIET” — 5.00pm — IS‘th- I 9th August “HIAWATHA” — 6.00pm — 22nd-26th August
Tickets available from the Fringe Office
Music from Nottinghamshire Education's Saturday Morning Music Centres ELIZABETHAN MUSIC — ISth- | 9th August 2.30pm-3.00pm at “The Mound" 4.30pm-5.00pm at The Nottinghamshire Venue STEEL BAND — 2 | st-26th August
FEATURED DURING FRINGE SUNDAY IN HOLYROOD PARK — 2|st August
|.00pm- | .30pm at “The Mound" — 22nd-26th August 5.30pm-6.00pm at The Nottinghamshire Venue — 22nd-26th August
“THE ARTS IN EDUCATION IN NOTTINGHAMSHIRE” Exhibition at the Nottinghamshire Venue
l5th- I 9th. 22nd-26th August Daily from |0.30pm
The Nottinghamshire Venue — VENUE I6
Theatre Arts Centre Davie Street Edinburgh
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL EDUCATION
ACOUSTIC MUSIC CENTRE
Friday 12 August to Saturday 3 September 1988 (EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE 1988)
OVER ONE HUNDRED SHOWS IN THREE VENUES UNDER ONE ROOF FEATURING THE BEST SCOTTISH AND INTERNATIONAL ROOTS MUSIC, CEILIDH DANCES AND SESSIONS . . . plus DRAMA,
an ART EXHIBITION and A KIDS’ SHOW . . . plus FOOD AND DRINK ALL DAY, 11am to 1.30am Eleven Ceilidh Dances with . . . DESPERATE DANZ BAND (from Aberdeen) and THE WILD CIGARILLOS (from Edinburgh)
Folk music sessions every night in The Folk Cellar with THE EASY CLUB, DANNY KYLE an TICH FRIER in residence leading the sessions and featuring mainly yourselves. Concerts and other shows in two other venues featuring . . .
FINDASK : NORTH SEA GAS : YURAS (from Bolivia) : HOW ARE YE OFF FOR COALS? (Bob Fox and Benny Graham) IAIN MacKINTOSH : HAMISH lMLACH : FIFE’S GOT EVERYTHING (Matt Armour, John Watt and Davey Stewart) ZYDECO CEILIDH BAND & CHARLIE HARRIGAN : IAIN MacDONALD : LINTIE : THE WHISTLEBINKIES & CHARLIE HARRIGAN : ALLAN TAYLOR : ROD PATERSON : NORTHERN LIGHTS : ALCHEMY : THE BARRA MacNEILLS (The Music of Cape Breton) : COLIN RAMAGE : SEANNACHIE : LET’S BE HONEST (Ellie Buchanan) : ABSENT FRIENDS PAUL MILLNS : LIZZIE HIGGINS : MICHAEL MARRA (A Can of Mind and A Tin of Think So) : ANDY LANG : OFF THE TRACKS (Blues) : THE DARK LADY READS THE SONNETS (Faith Kent) : BENJAMIN WONDERLAND (Central
Touring Compan )
: ANDY M STEWART AND MANUS LUNNY : CAPERCAILLIE : THE McCALMANS : KATHRYN TICKELL : SILEA : THE PICTS : DAVY STEELE : PIOBAIREACHD (Seumas MacNeill and Tom Spiers) : IN SEARCH
or BEASTIES (Pedagogix: kids show) : THE DEIGHTON FAMILY ACOUSTIC MUSIC CENTRE
16 Chambers Street, Edinburgh box office tel: 031 -220 2462 (between noon and midnight during the Festival only)
AEGIS PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
at The Queen’s Hall, Clerk Street, Edinburgh Thursday 18 August at 8.30pm: DICK GAUGHAN with Swan Arcade Friday 2 September at 8.30pm: ERIC BOGLE (with Brent Miller and Andy McGloin) Saturday 3 September at 7.30pm and 10.30pm: ALAN STIVELL (plus the acoustic band)
For details of AEGIS concerts contact either John Barrow on 031-443 5947 (answering machine) or Carolyn MacDonald on 031-554 1239 (answering machine).
All bookings through box offices at ACOUSTIC MUSIC CENTRE (031-220 2462), QUEENS HALL (031-668 2019) or FESTIVAL FRINGE (031-226 5257) The ACOUSTIC MUSIC CENTRE and AEGIS PRODUCTIONS events are just SOme of the many, many events happening this August during the
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL. For full details contact EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE OFFICE. 170 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1OS: tel: 031-226 5257 and ask for full festival fringe programme.
[list 12— 18 August 1988