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New Moves Dance Festival Thurs 2 Feb—Fri 31 Mar. See Dance Listings and Feature.

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+ beinga little bit different.whilc keeping \\ Miranda Tum?“ the tradition of eating. drinkingand (f'3;]?3: Fr“ [’38‘3 boom“ L12 Aggiss toasting the bard. This year‘s includesa with full details Jessica Cohen performance from David Robb. who available now Divas combines comedy with the bazouki . and Earthfall Dance the ‘Immortal Memory‘ is given by Edwin 2 programmes of New Morgan. J Choreographers The Visit Tue 31 Jan—Sun 5 Feb. 7.30pm. A quite excellent and outstandingly successful season of dance events - The Scotsman £1.33]: for t H . R o t Y I \ 346 . 354 Saucmeha" 5‘ evening by Friends ofthe Habonim-Dror. J on . 332 7521 but tickets may become available so check C I II T R E i With the box office. Theatre de Complrcrte

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Tues 7—Sun 1 1 Feb 7.30pm BEYOND ZERO with Laurie Booth


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in Friedrich Durrenmatt‘s play. one of three shows they are bringing to Scotland. See Panel.

Stars in the Morning Sky and The Dutchman Tue 7—Sat 11 Feb. 7.30pm. Mcmbers£3.

' Non-members £4. The Royal Shakespeare Company give a rare outing totwo productions from their ‘Winter Festival’: Alexander Galin‘s Stars in the Morning Sky. brought to Glasgow by Leningrad‘s

Ashton Maly Theatre last May. and LcroyJones‘ The Dutchman. which deals with racism. SEASON RENT by Patricia Morris _ v_ Sec pan...-

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Can Ye Sew Cushions? Fri 3 Feb. 8pm. Clyde Unity Theatre in Aileen Ritchie's play. See Touring and Review.


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Ernie's Incredible Hallucinations Wed 1

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by AGATI'IA CHRISTIE Directed by Jeffrey Daunton

One of Agatha Christie’s most compellan mysteries.

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Feb. 1.30pm. £1 members:£l.50 non-members. Price includes lunch. Edinburgh University Theatre Company in a lunchtime showing ofAlan Ayckbourn‘s play.


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EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY Rhinoceros Tue 7-Sat 1 1 Feb. 7 .30pm. THEATRE COMPANY £2.50: £2 concs;£1.50EUTC members. EUTC in a new production of lonesco‘s Presents comedy: a prime piece of Theatre of the

Absurd. in which the character Berenger discovers that everybody around him is turning into rhinoceroses- a challenge for the director.

Paradise Lost- Thank God Wed 8 Feb. 1.30pm. £1 members;£l.50 non-members. Price includes lunch. A spoof. debunking the Garden of Eden story. by Colin Tcevan.

I BRUNTOH THEATRE Musselburgh, 665 3711. [Access: PPA. R. St. Facilities: WC. W8. E. G. B. Help: AA]

The Hollow Wed 18 Jan-Sat 4 Feb. 7.45pm. £4 (£2.50). FIRST NIGHT PRICES: £2.50 (£2). Jeffrey Daunton directs an Agatha Christie thriller for the New Year. the tale of mysterious murder at a house party in the country. See Review.

The Seagull Wed 8—Sat 25 Feb, 7.45pm. £4 (£2.50). FIRST NIGHT PRICES: £2.50 (£2). The Brunton have mounted short Chekhov plays with considerable success in the past. This time they take on the full-length The Seagull. a revolutionary play in its way. because it was written not for star principals, but for a team ofactors. in keeping with the contemporary Moscow Art Theatre.


by Eugene Ionesco

February 7th to February 11th 7.30pm £1 .50/£2.00/£2.50

“*5 “Em-AM mam“ ICHURCHHILLTHEATRE Churchhill. 2 ForreSt Road Morningside. [Accessz PPA. ST. EGIDDUIQN EH1 Facilities: we, ws, E. G. Help: AA]. Box Office 031 225 9893 The Pirates ol Penzance Mon 23—Sat 28 J an.

7.30pm. £4.50 (£3). Sat mat 2.30pm.all seats £3. (Tickets in advance from Judith Plint. 668 2586. or on the night from the box office on 447 7597). Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group in Gilbert and Sullivan's Operetta.

One-Act Play Festival Thurs 9—Sat l 1 Feb,

7.15pm. Single Night tickets £2.50. Tickets for all three nights £6.50. (available from C ruikshanks. opposite theatre. or phone 664 3795. On the night. at the box office from 6pm). Part ofthis year‘s Scottish Community Drama Association Festival of One Act Plays. On Thursday 9th. Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group present The Proposal by Chekhov; Edinburgh People‘s Theatre present The Waiting Room byJohn Bowen: The Crown Players present Beyond by Peter Ustinov and Open Stage present Hero by Michael Lynch. Further performances. on Friday and Saturday. presented by other Community Drama Groups. will be listed in the next issucof The List.

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See Cabaret Listings.

I KINGS THEATRE 2 Leven Street. 229 1201. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. [Accessz PPA. L. Facilities: WC. W5. AS. E. G. B. Help: AA]

Mother Goose Until Sat 18 Feb. 7pm. Matinees 2.15pm every Wed & Sat and also 3. 4 & 6Feb. £4.75—£6.75 (£2.75—£3.75). Walter Carr is Dame in the Kings‘ annual showbiz spectacular panto— a Mother Goose. Glasgow granny style. in tweeds and twinsets. Good comic twinning with Gregor Fisher as Mother Goose’s hapless son. Gussie. and an icy baddie from Juliet Cadow as Dragonara. Sondheim Special for SAM Sun 5 Feb.

7. 15pm. £15-£5. All prices include 75% donation. An amazing all-star lineup for tis evening celebrating composer Stephen Sondheim. proceeds ofwhich sill go to SAM (Scottish AIDS Monitor). Sec Guestlist.

I HETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43 High Street. 556 9579. Box Office. 10am—4.30pm. 7—9pm perf. evgs. Cafe. [Accessz R. Facilities: WC. W5. E. G. B. R. Help: A. AA]

Old Town Ceilidh Fri 27 Jan. 7.30pm. £4 (£3). An evening of traditional Scottish culture. plus supper.

Can Ye Sew Cushions Thurs 9—Sat 11 Feb. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). Clyde Unity Theatre in Aileen Ritchie's play. See Touring and Review.

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No theatre performances this issue.

I ROYAL LYCEUM Grindlay Street. 229 9697. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am—6pm. 10am—8pm on perf. evgs. Bar. Rest/Cafe. [Access: P. L. Facilites: WC. W3. AS. E. G. B. R. T. Help: A. AA]. (TheatreSaver Concession Cards cost £1 . last all year. give £1 off the full price each time you come for you and a friend - available to OAPs. UB405. 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. Clerk Street.

Le Bourgeois Gentllhomme Fri 13 Jan—Sat 4 Feb. 7.45pm. Sat mat 28Jan.3. 15pm. £2.50—£7. TheatreSaver holders £1 off. Sat mat all tickets £3. The Lyceum have already established a tradition of Moliere comedies translated into Scots usually with hilarious results. Following on Liz Lochhead‘s Tartuffe and Hector MacMillan‘s The Hypochonriak . this year they choose Moliere‘s comedy of the foolish upwardly mobile Monsieur Jourdain. again translated by Hector MacMillan and directed by Hamish Glen. See Review. A View From the Bridge Fri 10 Feb—Sat 4 Mar, 7.45pm. Sat Mat 25 Feb. 3. 15pm. £2.50-£7. TheatreSaver holders£1 off. Sat mat all tickets £3. FREE Preview Thurs9 Feb. After success last year with a moving Death of a Salesman . the Lyceum mount another Arthur Miller classic. Set in a Brooklyn slum. this play had even the hardest-boiled searching for their hankies

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