25 Feb. 7.30pm. (0294 74059). Adam Smith Centre. K irkcaldy Tue 28 Feb. 7.30pm. (0592 260498). MacRohertArts Centre. Stirling Wed I & Thurs 2 Mar. 7.30pm. (0786 61081 ). Palace Theatre. Kilmarnock Fri 3 Mar. 7.30pm. (0563 23590). Perth Theatre. Perth Sat 4 Mar. 7.30pm. (0738 21031). [ilgin Town Hall. Elgin Mon 6 Mar. 7.45pm. (034345121 ). Arts Guild. Greenock Wed 8 Mar. 7.30pm. (0475 23038). Byre Theatre. St Andrews Thurs 9—Sat 11 Mar. 7.30pm. (0334 76288). Tour continues. I Howard Carter's Amazing Ouest torlhe Tomb otTutankhamun A new comedy by Harry (Loadsamoney. Stavros) [infield and Bryan Elsley. purporting to tell the true tale of what happened when 1 loward Carter set off for Tutankhamun's tomb. Ayr Civic Theatre. Ayr Wed 22 Feb. 2 & 7.30pm. (0292 264639); Walker Hall. Kilbride Thurs 23 Feb. 1.45pm (0505 682712). Magnum Theatre. Irvine Fri 24 Feb. 1.45 S: 7pm. 0294 78381. ('rawfurd Theatre. Glasgow Mon 27 6'; Tue 28 Feb. Thurs 2 8.; Fri 3 Mar. 10am & 2pm. (041 9503438). [iden Court Theatre. Inverness Mon 6 & Tue 7 Mar. 10.30am & 1.30pm (0463 221718); ( 'arluke Recreation Centre. (‘arluke Wed 8 Mar. 1.45 & 7.30pm. (0555 70031 ). Cunihernauld Theatre. Cumbernauld Thurs 9—Sat l 1 Mar. 1.30pm at 7.45pm. (0236 732887). Tour continues. I Long Story Short 7:84 Scotland. already on tour with The Sash (see below). start a new tour with nine short plays from Scottish writers. The plays were all commissioned by the company's new artistic director. David Hayman. and the writers are: Donald Campbell. James Graham. Tom Leonard. Aonghas MacNeacail. Anne Marie di Mambro. Gurmeet Mattu. Rona Munro. Ricky Ross and Ann Samuel. The tour startson Skye and tours the western I Iighlands and Islands until mid-March. when it arrives in Central Scotland. For more details please call7:84 on 041 331 2219. I The Sash 7:84 Scotland continue to tour a fine. funny and thoughtful production of Hector MacMillan‘s hugely popular comedy about religious bigotry. Kings Theatre. Edinburgh [Intil Sat 25 Feb. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm (031 229 1201 ). Paisley Arts ( 'entre. Paisley Mon 27 & Tue 28 Feb. Village Theatre. [fast Killiride Mon 6 & Wed 8 M at. Livingston Mews Theatre. Livingston Thurs 9—Sat l 1 Mar. Tour continues. I A View From the Bridge Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum Theatre Company take on tour their fine production ofArthur Miller‘s modern American tragedy. See Review. His Majesty’s Theatre. Aberdeen Tue 7—Sat 1 1 Mar. Tour continues. I Visitors TAG Theatre Company start a tour of a new play by Michael Duke. written particularly with 12-14 year-olds in mind. that looks at the problemsof being disabled — the cast includes disabled people. who play able-bodied roles. The tour is mostly around secondary schools. but there are some public performances. which are listed. Rue/till Unemployed Workers Centre Glasgow. Fri 24 Feb 3.30pm; Crawfurd Theatre. Glasgow Fri 3 Mar 10.30am; Gorhals Unemployed Workers Centre Fri 3 Mar 3.30pm. I The Yellow on the Broom Winged l lorse Theatre Company open a new play by Anne Downie based on the book by Betsy Whyte about her life as a travelling person earlier this century. See Review. Palace Theatre. K ilmarnoek Thurs 23 Feb. 7.30pm (0563 23590). Theatre Workshop. Edinburgh Fri 24 & Sat 25 Feb. 8pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. (031 225 7942). Tron Theatre. Glasgow Tue 28 Feb. Wed l—Sun 5 Mar. 7.30pm. Sat 4 Mar. 3pm. (041 552 4267). Cochran Hall. KirkcudbrightTue 7 Mar. 7.30pm. 0387 61234 ext 4445). HarbourArts Centre. Irvine Wed 8 Mar. 7.45pm. (0294 74059). Civic Theatre. Ayr Thurs 9 Mar. 8pm. (0292 264639). Tour continues.
I Funny Farm Night Crawfurd Theatre. Jordanhill College. 76 Southbrae Drive. Glasgow. 04] 950 3437 3438. 8pm. £3.50 (£2.50). The Funny Farm. a collective of comedians who have recently begun mounting successful cabaret evenings. present another night of comedy and music. compered by Stu Who. The line-up includes Bruce .‘ylorton. Parrot. Kevin Kopfstein. Day id Cosgroy e and Barky Barky.
I Reply Tae The Laddies ( iildcd Balloon Theatre. ('owgate. 1".dinburgh. 031 225 3013 225 4463. Doors Open 8pm; Performance 9.30pm. £4 ( £3 ). A triple bill of comedy from fine female comedians. 1.11.l.ochhead.'l'heAlexander Sistersand Suzie Maguire.
I AIDS Revue ( 'rayy furd Theatre. lordanhill College. 76 Southbrae Drive. (ilasgow. 041 950 3437 3438. 7.30pm. An evening looking at the problem of AIDS from various different points of view . but all presented in the form of sketches. by The Contagious Theatre Company. Followed by a discussion.
I The Joke Box The Bar l’oint . 42 Wellmcadow Street. l’aislcy . 041 889 5188. 8pm -midnight. Free. The regular fortnightly comedy evening here continues. The pub is keen toencourage new talent. so ifyou are interested in appearing. or know someone good. do please get in touch.
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I Comedy Night Block 27. I touch)“- Road. Anniesland. (ilasgoyy . 041 958 0853. 9pm. Free. Fred .\1ac.»\ulcy introduces cabaret acts from Richard Baker and Lisa (iornik.
ST ANDREWS ARTS FESTIVAL
I Renaissance Brass Quintet St Salvator's Chapel. 1.20pm. £1 (50p). Renaissance music. performed from the balcony in the manner of recitals ofthe time.
I Scotland The What? Younger Hall. 7.30pm. £5. £3.50. The pride ofthe North-East. always relied upon for the consistency and hilarity of their routines. return with a new show.
I Vlva Espana Union Theatre. 7.30pm. £4. £3. See Thurs 23.
I The Gabriell String Quartet Hope Park Church. 7.45pm. £4.50. £3.50. The quartet celebrate their let year with three nights in the Hope Park Church. the weekend's emphasis strongly on Schubert. Tonight they perform his Death and The Maiden. alongside quartets by Ravel and Haydn.
I A Doll's House Byre Theatre. 8pm. £3.50 and £2.50 (tickets available from theatre only). See Wed 22.
I Some Like It Hot New Picture House. 11pm. Jack Lemmon. Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe in the classic Billy Wilder comedy. made in 1959 and brilliant in all respects.
I A Doll's House 8er Theatre. 2.30pm and 8pm. £3.50 and £2.50 (tickets available from theatre only). See Wed 22. I The Gabriell String Quartet Hope Park Church. 7.45pm. £4.50. £3.50. Selections by Mozart. Turina. Mendelssohn and Schubert.
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