persuasionist The Man will be appearing.


IThe Amphitheatre I0pm—3am. £2. Half price before I lpm. Disco inferno lights up Lothian Road. in a trial run forthe weekend.

I Buster Browns 7.30-I0.30pm. £1.50. Under 18s' disco.

I Care St James 8pm—midnight. Free. Soul and funk night in this comfortable venue. I Cinderellas Rockerfellas ‘).30pm~3am. £1 .50 before llpm;£2 after. Rock 'n' roll years with corresponding drink prices starts at 60p with 60s' music till I lpm then 70p with 70s' sounds and from 12.30am till the end of the evening. 80s' music with 80p drinks. [A] [ND] [NT]

I Club Sandino at Liberty's. The Playhouse. I lpm—4am. £3 (£2.50). See Fri.

I Edgars Under 18s. 6.15—10.l5pm. £1. IEdgars 10pm—3am. £2. Alldrinks tonight and Sunday are 60p. [A]

I FAD at the Music Box. ‘)pni-late. £l . A 70s” disco and soul club! A chance tohear some of the old Ronco and K-Tel classics again.

I Fringe Club Disco 10pm—2.30am. Free with Fringe Club membership. Sec Fri.

I The Hangover Club at Shady Ladies.

I lpm—3am. £1.50; £I before midnight. Mainly jazz-orientated club.

I Millionaires I0pm—6am. £2 (£1 before midnight). See Fri.

I Nico's 7pni—Iam. Free. ()ver 2Isonly. See Fri.

I Roltlto's 8pm—3am. Free (Happy Hours 8—1 lpm). Sec Mon.

I Singles Club at Leith Assembly Rooms. 8pm—late. Free. 'An intimate atmosphere . . . conducive to meeting new people.‘ Not too many clubs of this nature in town so this will probably flourish. Membership available on the evening.



I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street. 221 3260.

I Bonnets 90 Glassford Street. 552 5761. I Cleopatras Belmont Lane. Kelvinbridge. 334 0560.

I Cotton Club 5 Scott Street. 3320712.

I Disco Viva 15 Union Street. 221 2426. I Follies 193 Pitt Street. 332 7322 7522. I Fury Murrys 96 Maxwell Street. 221

651 I .

I Henry Afrikas 13/15 York Street. 221

61 l l.

I Hollywood Studios ‘) Brown Street. 248 6606

I Joe Paparazzi 520 Sauchiehall Street. 331 21 I l.

I Kinooziers Club Briggait Centre. Clyde Street.

I Knightsbrittge SW1 48 Carlton Place. 42‘) 5559.

I Madisons 46 West George Street. 331 1035.

I Mardi Gras 73 Dunlop Street. 221 3623. I Mayfair Satichichall Street. 332 3872.

I Palomino Club 5| West Regent Street. 3326223.

I Panama Jax Custom House Quay. 22l 0865.

I Pzazz 2] Royal Exchange Square. 22l 5323.

I Raffles I5 Benaldcr Street. Partick (hiss. 334 5321.

I Rooftops ‘)2 Satichieliall Street. 332 5583 5967.

I Savoy Savoy Centre. Satichiehall Street. 332 075].

I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 248 4600. ITin Pan Alley 3‘) Mitchell Street.22l 5275.

I Venue 474 Saucliiehall Street. 332 3874. I Warehouse 85 Dunlop Street. 22l 3623. I Zico’s 178a Ingram Street. 552 6‘)‘)5.

I 46 West 46 West (‘ieorge Street. 33 I



I The Amphitheatre 3l l.othian Road. 22‘) 7670.

I Barbados Suite in Coasters Complex.

I Bermuda Triangle in Coasters Complex. 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 Rockerfellas 9‘) St Stephen Street. 5560266.

I Coasters Complex 3 west Tollcross. 22a 3252.

I Edgars ‘)6a Rose Street North Lane.

I Finsbury Park 3 5 South St Andrew Street. 556 1020.

I Fire Island I27 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. (ireenside Place. 557 3807.

I Millionaires Nitldrie Street. 5566050. 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 CoastersCoriiplex.

I Hokko‘s 23 l.othian Road.

I Shady Ladies (‘owgate

I Wilkie liouse (’ovv gate.

I Zenatec 56 l-‘ountainbridgc. 22‘) 7733.



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Special Events

I Edwin Budding Pavilion ‘Wc are try ing to bring more original ideas to the Festival and since there is already a vs heelbarrovv ballet we've abandoned our plans fora

vv lieclbarrovv formation dance company .‘ says Alastair Snovv . vv hose Edwin Budding Pavilion (Art. Design and l)ovv nright Invention ) promises to be one ol the more original venues at the ( iarden Festival

lidvv in Btiddirig vvas. of course. the

iriv entor of the lavv nmovv er. and the Pavilion vvill Ieature an express chain

lavv nmovver dating front l‘)05 alongside an extremely rare appearance from the(irass Men of Loch Kilbride. about vv hom Sriovv vs as tinvv illirig or unable to dis ulge any information. He vsas more forthcomirigon the edible prints of Sir dev in landscer's Monarch of the (ilen. vv hich come in various flavours: brandy . orange. coconut. peppermint and. predictably. venison. The vvorld premiere ofa composition by James Martin ()tiinn (‘better knovv it as 0' ) vv ill be playedon twenty-five ironiiig-imardsand . .vvell. youch the idea. Tlte seriesof performances. installations and events will take place 2‘) Atig -2 Sept. noon 6pm on the Map of Scotland eventssitc. [)efinitely- vvorth a visit.

I Animated WASPS It already appeai'son the nation's tclev isioti screens every day. btit this week a more stibiectiv e v icvv of the (iarden Festival will be captured on film. A class ofcleven year-olds front Lorne Street primary school vv ill spend their school hours this vveck in the WASPS sttidio iii the Craft Centre making art animated film about the festival.

‘Thcy will do every thing: design the film. work the camera. make the soundtrack.‘ says I.eslic Mackenzie. ‘My role is to make sure that they don't get ov'eraiiibitiotis (the boys always vv ant to stage the Third World War) and to see that the scenes rtiii together all right.' Mackenzie started working in animation vv ith the Fdinburgh Film \‘y'orkshop'l‘rust. vv hose Animation Workshop has introduced the techniques behind the cartoon to schoolchildren throughout the city . 'It‘s amazing hovv confident they are. they have no fear of machinery. Animation is like playing vv ith two-diiiieitsiotial dolls. and their films can be very funny. We‘ll be using a lot of flowers and plants. hopefully it will be really pretty.‘

The completed film will be shovv it along with other children's film at the(ilasgovv Film Theatre on ()ctober Ist. ()ii 27 and 28 August. visitors to the WASI’S studio vv ill be able to try out simple filiti techniques themselves.

I Rock Three young batids front Scotland. ()rigin Sins. Joking Apart and Ilit The

Wish arc the line-up for the ( iardeii Festival‘s first major rock event on 26 Atigtist. It runs from lpm -7.30pni in the Sports Arena.

Daily Events

The following events are on every day during the week oftfiis issue‘s coverage.

I Street Events Passionate policemen. street theatre. buskers. musicians. portrait artists. Track them dovv it all around the site.

I Daily Parade Performing artists of all shapes and sl/es. 2pm. The High Street. I Craft Centre l)ciiioiistrationsof vvoodcarv'iiig. pottery and othercrafts. and the chance to try them yourself.

I Brass Bands ( )v ertoun Bandstand. 10.30am. l2.30piii. 3.30pm. 5.30pm.

I Fashion Shows I 1 .30am and occasional sliovvsat 3pm. Nardini's Restaurant in the Rotunda.

I Jazz Sunday s 2pm-5pm in the Rotunda.

Essential Information

I Tickets ( iardeii I'estiv al day tickets cost L5; H for ftill time students. unemployed and ()APs; £2.50 for children Irorii 5- In years and tree for tinder-lives. ()ncc you are inside everything is lreecxccpt the thrill ride. Fariiilies cart get aspecial Family Day Ticket (2 adtiltsaiid tip to} children) for U450. Multi-I)ay Tickets allovv you two visitson any tvvodaysand cost U); £7 and £4 concessions. Season ticketsallovv access at any time andcost £45 (adult)and £22.50tchild). Discounts are also available on group tickets (tobc purchased in advance).

I At the entrance ( )fIicial ( iiiitle and Souvenir Brochure (L2) very helpful maps and rtindovv n of exhibits. Also tree gtiidcstosculpturc. events. things horticultural. disabled access etc.

I Getting there Seotrail do inclusiv c fares from most partsol Scotland. The price of a return ticket from Izdiiibtirgh. including the fare on the lovv lev el train from (ilasgovv Central Station to the Sli( '(‘ entrance and admission to the ( iarden Festival is £8. l0 adults: L4 children: £5.25 SciiiorCitizenRailcardIioldcis;16.05 I'amily Railcard holders ( pltis £3 per child). NB These tickets are subject tothe same time restrictions as Saver tickets.

Strathclyde 'l ransport are alsool'lering inclusive farcsfl'he return fare from Ay r. for example. including entrance tothe (iarden Festival is £7.90; from ( 'eiitral (ilasgovv the return fare is £5. Concessions are also available.

Scottiin ('itylink are running special buses front lidinburgh to the i‘eslivall. They leave St Andrevvs Square busstatioii at 8aiii.‘)am. 10am. and I Iaiii atidleave from the (iardcn Festival at 3piii.4pm. 5pm and 6pm. sev eii days a vveek. £8 return including entrance to the Iestiv al.

“The List 26 Aug- I Sept 1988