I Knightsbridge SW1 48 Carlton Place.42‘) 555‘).
I Madisons 46 West George Street. 331 1035.
I Mardi Gras 73 Dunlop Street. 22 I 3623. I Mayiair Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872.
I Palomino Club 51 West Regent Street. 332 6223.
I Panama Jax Custom House Quay. 221 0865.
I Pzazz 21 Royal Exchange Square. 221 5323.
I Rallies l5 Benalder Street. Partick Cross. 334 532 I.
I Rooftops ‘)2 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5583 5967.
I Savoy Savoy Centre. Sauchiehall Street. 3320751.
I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 248 4600. I Tin Pan Alley 3‘) Mitchell Street. 221 5275.
I Venue 474 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3874. I Warehouse 85 Dunlop Street. 221 3623. I Zico's 178a Ingram Street. 552 6995.
I 46 West 46 West George Street. 331 i035.
I The Amphitheatre 3i Lothian Road. 22‘) 7671).
I Barbados Suite in Coasters ( ‘ompiex.
I Bermuda Triangle in CoastersComplex. I Buster Browns 25—27 Market Street. 226 4224.
I Cate St James 25 St James Centre. 557 2631.
I Calton Studios 26 Calton Road. 556 7066.
I Cinderellas Rockenetlas 99 St Stephen Street. 55611266.
I Coasters Complex 3 West Tollcross. 22.‘ 3252.
I Edgars ‘)6a Rose Street North Lane.
I Finsbury Park 3---5 South St Andrew Street. 556 1021).
I Fire island 127 Princes Street. 2264660. I Fringe Club Teviot Row 1 louse. Bristo Square.
I Leith Assembly Rooms 43 Constitution Street. 554 2855.
I Liberty‘s The Playhouse. Greenside Place. 557 3807.
I Madisons Greenside Place. 5573807. I Millionaires Niddrie Street. 556 6051). I The Mission Victoria Street. 225 656‘). I Music Box Victoria Street. 220- 1708.
I Nico’s 28 King‘s Stables Road. 228-3547.
I Outer Limits in CoastersComplex.
I RDKKD'S 23 I.othian Road.
I Shady Ladies ('owgate.
I Wilkie ilouse Cowgatc.
I Zenatec 56 Fountainbridge. 22‘) 7733.
Festival Iivents range from concerts to cookery demonstrations. football matches to water-skiing. and there are forty or so different happenings every day of the Festival. Some ofthe best entertainment is to be had from the spontaneous street theatre and other rovingentertainments which happen anywhere and everywhere on the Garden Festival site. The more structured events are staged in the special events areas or in the restaurants and cafes. It is safe to assume that there is always something going on. I lighlights and special events are listed below. btit are just a taste of the total happenings. All details are correct at time ofgoingto press. but subject to change.
I Natural Health Week Catch the last three days of this week when alternative medicines and therapies of all kinds can be tested and observed. Glasgow's I lerbal Treatment Clinic have organised demonstrationsof Alexander'I‘echnique. T’ai Chi. massage and other natural treatments and the public are invited to join in. The events take place in the Festival Pavilion. until Atigtist 2i: explanatory talks will be held in asmall lecture theatre nearby. Further information from the ilcrbal 'I‘reatment Clinic.04l3331l18‘).
I Scotdance I lighland dancers from Australia. Japan. Canada and sortie from closer to home will be Strathspeying and
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reeling throughout Sunday 21 August when they compete in the Commonwealth Ilighland Dancing Championships at the Garden Festival. Musical accompaniment will be supplied by Jim McLeod and his Scottish Dance Band and the \"aleof Atholl Pipe Band. 10am individualevents; 3pm team events. Sports Arena.
The lollowing events are on every day during the week oi this issue's coverage.
I Street Theatre All day. every day.street theatre. buskers. musicians. portrait artists. Punch and Judy shows.
I Daily Parade Performing artists ofall shapes and sizes. 2pm. The High Street. I WASPS Strathciyde Community Business are the unmbrelia group at the WASPS studio this week. Displays of pottery. designer knitwear and printmaking are scheduled alongside woodcarving demonstrations from Neil I-‘inlayson. All day at the WASPS stttdioin the Craft Centre.
I Scottish Potters I.)emonstrations of different methods of potting at the Craft Centre.
I Woodcarving Rocking horses. marquetry and upholstery demos at the Craft Centre.
I Brass Bands ()vertoun Bandstand. 10.30am. 12.30pm. 3.30pm. 5.30pm.
I Edinburgh Military Tattoo Bands
10.31%] 1 .30am. Sports Arena. (not Sat and Sun).
I Fashion Shows 11.30am and occasional shows at 3pm. Nardini‘s Restaurant in the Rotunda.
I Sports Demonstrations with spectator participation. 1()am.i.30pm.5pm. Sports Arena.
I Sheepdog Trials (Tue and Thu only) noon and 4pm. Sports Arena.
I Jan Sundays 2pm-5pm in the Rotunda. Kit Carey.
I Botanic Gardens Exhibition Your botanical and horticultural questions answered by staff of the Royal Botanic Gardens. Edinburgh. Rotunda.
I Down on the Farm Feed lambs and calves and watch cows being milked. Noon. 1pm. 7pm. Scottish Farm.
I Tickets Garden Festival day tickets cost £5; £4 for full time students. unemployed and OAPs: £2.51) for children from 5- 16 years and free for under-fives. Once you are inside everything is free except the thrill ride. Families can get a special Family Day Ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) for£14.50. Multi-DayTickcts allow you two visits on any two days and cost £9; £7 and £4 concessions. Season tickets allow access at any time and cost £45 (adult) and £22.51) (child). Discounts are also available on group tickets (to be purchased in advance).
I Getting there Scotrail do inclusive fares from most parts of Scotland. The price ofa return ticket from Edinburgh. including the fare on the lowlcvel train from Glasgow Central Station to the SECC entrance and admission to the Garden Festival is £8.11iadultszf4 children:£5.25 Senior Citizen Railcard holders; £6.05 Family Railcard holders (plus £3 per child). NB These tickets are subject tothe same time restrictions as Saver tickets.
Strathciyde Transport are also offering inclusive fares.Thc return fare from Ayr. for example. including entrance to the Garden Festival is £7.90; from Central Glasgow the return fare is £5. Concessions are also available.
Scottish Citylink are running special buses from Edinburgh to the Festival. They leave St Andrews Square bus station at 8am. 9am. 10am. and Ham and leave from the Garden Festival at 3pm.4pm. 5pm and 6pm. seven days a week. £8 return including entrance to the festival. I Opening Hours The Festival isopen seven days a week from 10am to 8pm. Tickets and Information can be obtained from The Glasgow Garden Festival. Princes Dock. Glasgow GSI IJA. tel: 041 42‘) 8855.
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