Mon—Sat 10am-—i5pm. (‘afe Bar Mon Sat

I Theatre is listed by city first. then by venue. running in alphabetical order. Cabaret and touring shows are listed separately under the relevant heading. KEY: [D] facilities lorthe disabled. [E] facilities lorthe 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 CITIZENS' THEATRE (iorbals Street. 429 0022. Box Office Mon- Sat 10am —Spm. Bar. ID].

The Lady From the Sea to 2 Sat 24 Sept. 7.30pm.£3(£1).FRI-.IiPreviewThursday 1st. 7.30pm. The ( ‘iti/ens Theatre start their new atttumn season in their temporary studio theatre with a curious classic from Henrik Ibsen. See Feature. I CUMBERNAULO THEATRE ('umbernattld. 0236 732887. Box Office Mon-Fri

10am 6pm; Sat 10am 3pm;6 Spmperf. evgs Bar (‘afe

The Sash Thurs I-Sat .3 Sept. 7.45pm. £3.25 (£2.25). \"l‘heatre (‘ompanyin Ilector Mac-Millan‘s totigh btit sometimes comic play about religious bigotry and the passions and divisions it creates.

Viva Espana Thurs S-Sat 10 Sept. 7.45pm. Thurs £2.50(£1.25): Fri tk Sat £3.50(£2). Hull Truck iii the latest play byJohn Burrows. premiered at this year's Edinburgh Fringe. taking a satirical look at ('lub 18-30holidays.

Victorand Barry Tue 13 Sept. 7.45pm. £3.50 (£2). The leading lights of‘the Kelvinside Young People's Amatettr Dramatic Society iii a soiree at the piano as only they know how.

Handle WiIh Care Thurs l5 8; Fri 16 Sept. 7.45pm. £3.50 (£2). BP Springboard in a new play by Jane 'I'hornton. premiered at this year's Edinburgh Fringe. about life for teenagers in the late liightics.

I DRAMA CENTRE 126 Ingram Street. 552 5827.

No further theatre performances until late September.

I KINGS THEATRE Bath Street. Box Office. Mon Sat noon- 6pm. 4 bars. |1)|. [Ii]. Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. (‘andleriggs. Mon-Sat lll.30am--6.30pm. 0412275511.

GUYS and Dolls Mon 29 Aug Sat 3 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat tnat 3pm. £2.50 £7. Barbara Windsor. bubbly blonde of ( ‘arry ()n fatne. stars with (‘hristopher Biggins in the hugely popular musical set in the American underworld of gangsters. guys and dolls.

Waiting on One Mon 5— Sat 10Sept. 7.30pm. Sat mat 3pm. £4-£6. Wildcat in their touring production of Anne Downie‘s new play about bingo. See Touring.

A Night in the Ukraine and A Day in Hollywood Mon l2—Sat 17 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat mat 3pm. Borderline Theatre Company in their touring production of two farces show it at this year's Edinburgh Fringe. MORI-L.

I MITCHELL THEATRE (iranville Street. 221 3198. Box Office Mon—Sat noon—6pm. Bar. Cafe. [D]. Tickets also available from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 2275511 Mon—Sat 10.30am—6.30pm.

No theatre performances this week. CHECK.

I PALACE THEATRE 9 (ireen Street. Kilmarnock. 0563 23590. Box Office


10am—5pm. [1)] [Ii].

Scot Free Tue 6-Sat 10 Sept. 7.30pm. £4 (£3). The premiere of a new musical about Robert Burns by John ( ‘airney.

I PAVILION THEATRE 121 Renfield Street. 332 1846. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am-8pm. Bar.

Robert Halpern livery Wed Sat from 13 July-10Sept. 7.30pm. Wed £2.50; Thurs ck Fri £3.50: Sat £4. (ietting people todo dubious things under hypnosis.

I THEATRE ROYAL I lope Street. 331 1234. Box ()ffice Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. (".30pm on perfevgs). Bar. Buffet.

Song and Dance Mon 32 Aug Sat 3 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat mats 2.30pm. £2.50 £13.50. WaHte Sleep and Marti Webb in Andrew Lloyd-Webber's hit musical.

I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauehiehall Street. 332 7521. (‘af’e open 1 lam-2.30pm Tue—Fri and during evening performances.

Black and Blue Sun 4 Sept. 2.30pm. £1.50 (£1 ). L'nited Artists (Scotland) present the latest in their seriesof(ilasgow Playwrights' Workshops ~ a workshopped production of a new play. followed by a discussion. This one is by Ian I Iopkinsand (iurmeet Mattu.

LastThreads Stilt I 1 Sept. 2.30pm. £1 .50 (£1 ). United Artists (Scotland) present the last in their series of'( ilasgow I’laywrigl‘lts' Workshops 9 a workshopped production of a new play . followed by a discussion. This one is by Ann Kerr.

I TRON THEATRE 63 Trongate. 552 4267 8. Box Office Tue-Sat Noon-8pm: Stilt 12.30-1 1pm. (‘losed Mondays.

Now and at the Hour of Our Death Tue 30 Aug ‘Sun 4 Sept. 8pm. Trouble and Strife Theatre ('ompany in a play by Sonja Lyndon that was a huge success. when first shown in London. Set in the future. in the year 2000. it portrays four Irish women looking back at what has happened to their dreams of twenty years ago. and questioning their initial allegiance to the

Bag Lady Tue 6—Sun l 1 Sept. Spin. £3 members; £4 non-members. Direct from the Edinburgh Fringe. a stttnning solo performance from Sorcha ('usack in Frank McUuinness's new play about a bag-lady exorcising a terrible memory. Not for the faint-hearted. but very. very good. Blood Wedding'l'ue 13—7Sun IS Sept. 8pm. £3 members; £4 non-members. Direct frotn the Edinburgh Fringe. ('ommunicado's vibrant. Fringe First-winning production of I.orca's play.


I BRUNTON THEATRE Musselbtirgh. 665 3711.

Holy Isle L'ntil 3 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat 3 Sept also 2.30pm. £5 (£3). Transferred from the Edinburgh Festival. Brunton Theatre's production ofJames Bridie's strange mythical play set on a tttopian island in the distant past.

The Wizard of 02 Wed 14 Sept -Sat lOct. 7.45pm. £4 (£2.50). First night: £2.50(£2). The Brunton Theatre open theirautumn season with a new musical production by Charles Nowosielski of a new version by Robert Robertson of the popular story. For seven years plus.

I KINGS THEATRE 2 Leven Street. 229 1201. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar.

Guys and Dolls Tue 6—Sat 17 Sept. 7.30pm. Weds & Sat mats 2.30pm. £3.50—£6.50. Tue-Thurs cones. available. The popular musical set in New York amongst the

gangsters and molIs.

I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 4311iin Street. 556 9579. Box ()ffice l0am-4.30pm. 7—9pm perfevgs. ('afe. [D| lF-l

Scottish/Irish Poetry Night Sat to Sept. Spin. £2.50(£1 .20). An evening with Scottish and Irish poets.

I PLAYHOUSE lSr—22 (ireenside Place. 557 2590. Box ()ffice Mon—Sat 10am-6pm (Spm on show nights). Bar.

Song and Dance Wed 7—Sat 17 Sept. 7.30pm. £4.50—£12.50. .‘slatineesonThurs S.Sat I0& 17at2.30pm.£4.50 £10.50. ('oncs: Weds 7th. £2.50off' all seats; .‘slafinees £2.50ofl‘ all seats for children and OAPs; lives £1 off all seatsfor children and OAPs. .‘vlarti Webb and Wayne Sleep in Andrew Lloyd-Webber's hit musical.

I ROYAL LYCEUM (irindlay Street. 229 9697. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am-6pm. 10am—8pm on perf. eygs. Bar. Rest (life. [1)]. [Li]. ('l'heatreSaver ('oncession ('ards cost £1 . last all year. give £1 off the full price each time you conic for you and a friend available to OAPs. LIB-10s. Students. Disabled and YTS scheme) Tickets for Lyceum productions are also available at the Ticket Centre. Waverley Bridge; branches of AT May‘s Travel and the Queen's Hall. ('Ierk Street.

Hobson's Choice Fri 9 Sept- Sat 1 ()et. 7.45pm. £2.50-£7. TheatrcSaver holders £1 off. FRIiIi Preview Thurs 8 Sept. Sat mat 24 Sept. 3. 15pm. (all tickets £3). The Lyceum open their autumn season with Harold Brighouse's well-known play. See PaneL

I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place. 226 5425. Box Office .\Ion~ Sat 9.30am—5.30pm. Bar. Cafe. [1)]. [Ii].

No further theatre performances until October.

I TRAVERSE THEATRE 112 West Bow. (irassmarket. 226 2633. Box ( )ffice Tue—Sat 10am—8pm. Sun (s- 10pm. Bar. Rest. Tickets also available from the Ticket ('entre. 22 Market Street.

No further theatre performances until October.


I This section lists shows that are touring Scotland. We give detailed listings onlyfor periods when they are in the Central Belt area. There is a phone number foreach company. however. should you require more information. Unless otherwise specified. the number after each venue listed isthe telephone number for ticket enquiries for that particular evening (please note. this is not always the venue number).

I Waiting on One Wildcat in Anne Downie's warm. moving play about bingo and those who play it too theoretical in places. humane and funny in others. Some fine performances from Wildcat's cast. 041 954 0000.

Denny Civic Theatre. Dam/tartan Fri 2 ck Sat 3 Sept. 7.30pm. 0389 23038; Kings Theatre. Glasgow Mon 5—Sat 10Sept. 7.30pm. Sat also 3pm. 041 227 551 1 . Tour continues to Kings. Iidinburgh from 19 Sept.




I THEATRE ROYAL Hope Street. Box Office 331 1234. Mon—Sat 10am—7.30pm. Song and Dance Until Sat 3 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. £2.50—£13.50. A Wham-bang dance spectacular with all the trappings of the modern musical. Marti Webb stars with Wayne Sleep in Andrew Llyod Webber‘s two-part show. The first half. ‘Song'. is a romantic group ofsongs. originally a number one album and then a television spectacular. Tell Me ()n A

Sunday. The ‘Danee' halfofthe programme is based on Paganini‘s Caprice .\'o 24 and was composed by Lloyd Webber‘s cellist brother. Julian. With Anthony Van Last choreographer. Wayne Sleep is put through his paces. The show continues its four in Edinburgh. See Playhouse.

Second Stride in Scottish Opera's Mid Summer Marriage 21 and 23 Sept. Second Stride were thrilling at Glasgow‘s recent dance festival Focus On Dance. They come north again this month to join forces with Scottish Opera in Tim Albery's production of Michael Tippett's Mid Summer Marriage. Second Stride will perform ritual dances by Ian Spink. With the set design by Antony McDonald (Second Stride‘s designer) and Tom (‘airns. all the signs for this marriage tobe a success look good. More on this next issue.

I SCOTTISH BALLET STUDIO 261 West Princes Street. 331 2931

Devayani 7 Sept. 6.30pm. A limited number of tickets are available for the public and cart be collected from Scottish Ballet.

Devayani performs in Glasgow direct from her appearance on the Edinburgh Fringe. Though French born. Devayani now lives in India and is aleading exponent there of the classical form of dance Bharata Natyam:


I GARNETBANK SCHOOL Renfrew Street. Info 334 3349.

Jane Simpson - Contemporary Class begins 6 Sept and continues every Tuesday

7— Split.

I HILLHEAO SECONDARY SCHOOL Oakfield Avenue. Info 334 1657.

Fiona Alderman Cunningham-based Class begins 25 Aug and continues every Thursday 7—8pm.

I SCOTTISH BALLET 261 West Princes Street. 331 2931. All classes run until 17 I)ec.

Junior Contemporary Every Tuesday. 6—7pm. £1.50

Adult Contemporary Every Wednesday. 6—7.30pm. £2 (£1 .50)

Performance Group Every Thursday. (»»7.30pm. £2 (£1.50)

Beginners' Ballet livery Saturday. 14 years to adult. 10-11.15am. £2(£l.50) Beginners Jan Every Saturday. 14 yearsto adult. 11.30am—1pm. £2 (£1 .50)

EDINBURGH Performance

I PLAYHOUSE THEATRE 18—22 Greenside Place. Box Office 557 2590.

Song and Dance 7—17 Sept. £4.50—£12.50. The Andrew Lloyd Webber spectacular starring Wayne Sleep and Marti Webb comes to Scotland. See (ilasgow, Theatre Royal for details.


I SPRING St Bernards (‘hurch Hall. Dean Street. Stockbridge. Info 229 1071.

New Season - Discussion and Class 8 Sept. 7—9pm. Lothian‘s youth dance company welcomes prospective new members aged 13-21 to an open evening comprising class and informal discussion on Spring‘s work. If you are a dance enthusiast keen on working with professional choreographers performing throughout Edinburghand the Lothians then come along and find out more! Contact Tracy Hawkes at the above number for further details.



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