Tran ter Theatre from Manchester in a version ofStrindberg's bitter play about relations between the sexes updated and set in South Africa.

Howard Carter‘s Amazing Quest ForThe Tomb OfTutenkamen Hi 17 Mar. 8pm. £4 (£2). BorderlineTheatre. See'l'ouring. I PALACE THEATRE‘Mireen Street. Kilmarnock. 05(33 23590. [Accessz P. 1.. Facilities: WC. \N'S. Ti. (3. R. B. Help: A. AA].

Carousel Mon l3--Sat 18 Mar. 7.30pm. £4 (£2.50Mon& Tue). KilrnarnockAmateur l ()peratic Society in the Rogers and Hammerstein musical.

Howard Carter‘s Amazing Quest ForThe Tomb 0fTutenkamen Wed 22 Mar. 1.45pm 6: 7pm. £2 afternoon £2.50(£2)evening. BorderlineTheatre. SeeTouring.

I PAVILION THEATRE 121 Renfield Street. 332 18-"). Box Office Mon—Sat 10am-8pm. Bar. [Access: ST. facilities: ws. (r. Ilelp: AA].

Jimmy Cricket Laughter Show Sat I 1 ts Sun 12 Mar. 7.30pm. £5.50. £4.50. £3.50(£3 ()APs and children ). A fun show for all the family.

The Freddie Starr Show Tue I4—Sat 18 Mar. b.3(lpm & 9pm. £8.75 a £7.75. Comic antics from the rodentophagic impressionist.

The Sash Mon 20 .‘ylar-Sat 1 April. 7.30pm Sat mat 2.30pm. £5. £4. £3 ( £2.50). 7:84 See Touring.

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA 100 Renfrew Street. 041 332 4101. [Access: PPA. 1.. Facilities: WC. Live Like Pigs Tue 14—15ri 17 Mar. 7. 15pm. £2 (£1 ). Second Year drama studentsin John Arden's play about rivalry between neighbours on a council estate in post-war Britain.

I THEATRE ROYAL l lope Street. 331 1234. Box ()ffice Mon -Sat l0am~bpm. (7.30pm on perfevgs). Bar. Buffet. [.Access: P. PPA. R. Facilities: WC. WS. Ii. (i. R. B. Help: AA].

Juno and the Paycock L‘ntit Sat 1 1 Mar. 7.30pm. Sat Mat. 2.30pm. Schools .‘ylat. Thurs 2.30pm.£3.50—-£I1.Concsavail Mon-"I'hurs ck Sat mat (cones bring ticket price two prices down. except for lowest ticket price. £3.50. which reduces to £2.50). Schools .‘ylat. all seats £3.50. The National Theatre on their annual trip to Scotland. in Sean ()‘('asey"ssearing Dublin tragedy. See Review.

For Scottish Ballet details. please see Dance Listings. For Scottish ()pera. please see Classical .‘vlttsic.

I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521 . Cafe open 1 lam—2.30pm Tue—T‘ri and during evening

performances. lAccess: PPA.1-. Facilities: WC. WS. Ti. (3. R. B. Help: AA].

New Moves Dance Festival Lintit Fri 31 Mar. See Dance Listings.

I TRON THEATRE ()3 Trongate. 552 4267 8. Box Office Tue—Sat Noon—8pm:

Sun 12.30—11pm. Closed Mondays. [Access: R. ST. Facilities: WS. E. Cr. R. B. Help: AA].

The Jekyll and Hyde Follies Until Sat 11 Mar. 7.30pm. £3 members: £4 non-members. The Natural Theatre Company in one of their musical comedies. Their last one. the tasteless Spy Society. was more tacky than wacky. though this one may prove more successful: two members of a theatre company find themselves stranded in a boarding house with a peculiar landlady and her longtime lodger. The fourjoin forces to present a seaside follies show. See Review.

Dead Dad Dog/Sheila Tue l4—Sun 19 Mar. 7.30pm. £3 members; £4 non-members. See Touring.

A Vision Of Love Revealed to Sleep ch 22—Sun 26 Mar. 7.30pm. £3 membersz£4 non-members. Gloria present a performance by Neil Bartlett and Robin

Whitmore. See Preview.


I DEDLAM THEATRE liorrcst Road. 031 225 9893. [Access: St. l-‘acrlities: \\'S. (i. B. Help: AA]

Long Story Short Tue 14 .\lar. 7.30pm. 7:84 See Touring.

Pain Wed 15 Mar. 1.30pm. £1.50] £1 1. Comical student rev ue.

I BRUNTDN THEATRE Mtrsselburgh. (r05 37] I. [Ac‘eessz I’I’A. R. St. I‘iaetlilies: \VC. “S. If. (i. B. Ilelp: AA]

Underthe Passing Stars 1 'ntil Sat 11 Mar. 7.45pm. £4(£2.5ll). The third in a serresot plays by Iidw 1n Stiy en. exploring classic themes in the Celtic liolk Tradition. See Review.

Dead Dad Dog/Sheila Thurs 23 Mar. 7.45pm. Traverse Theatre Co. See Touring

I GILDED BALLOON Cow gate. 225

3013 225 44M.

See Cabaret Listings.

I KINGS THEATRE 2 in en Street. 221) 1201. Box ()tficc .‘ylon Sat 10am Sprn. Bar. [Access: PPA. l.. l-acrlrties: \VC. \‘y'S. AS. Ii. (3. B. Help; AA]

La Vie Parisienne t'ntit Sat 11 Mar. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. £2 £5. The Southern Light ()pera Company (amateur) in ()ffenbach‘s operetta. Cavalleria Rusticana and l Pagliacci wed l5-»-Sat 18 Mar. 7.30pm. £2.51l £8. Iidinburgh (irand ()per'a. a local amateur group.

Tales OI Toad Hall .\1ort2ll>Sat 25 Mar. Mon 7pm. Tue Sat 2.30pm ck ".30pnr. £3.5(l—£b(concessions available). A new professional adaptation of the Kenneth (irahame children‘s classic. just in time for the Tiaster holidays.

I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 431 ligh Street. 5569571). Box ( )tt’ice. “lam—4.30pm. 7 9pm pert. ev gs. Cate. [Access: R. Iiacilities: \VC. “S. 15. (i. B. R. Help: A. AA]

Trelawney Of The Wells wed 15 Sat 1s Mar. £2.50 ( £1 .50). This production of Pinero‘s Victorian backstage comedy is the fruit of'l‘elford College's drama course run over the previous w eck.

Pirates Ahoy t 'ntil Sat IS Mar. every Saturday. 10.30am- 12.15pm. The Netherbow Children's Theatre seriesot workshops on the theme olpirates continues. See Kids listings.

Fifth Annual Edinburgh Puppet Festival Tue 21 Mar -Sat 1 April. See Kids listings.

I PLEASANCE THEATRE b0 I’leasanee. Rabble Sun 12 Mar. 7.30pm. Pleasant Theatre Company in a cabaret production in the bar. an evening of humour focusing on the bard.

I PDRTOBELLO TOWN HALL 2281155 (Usher Hall Box()ffice).

Howard Carter's Amazing Quest torthe Tomb ofTutenkamen Tue 21 Mar. 2.3llpm. Borderline. See Touring.

I ROYAL LYCEUM Crrindlay Street. 22‘) 9697. Box Office Mon—Sat l0am--opm. 10am—8pm on pert". evgs. Bar. Rest Cafe. [Access: P. L. Facilites: WC. WS. AS. 1i. (i. B. R. T. Ilelp: A. AA]. ('I‘heatreSaver Concession Cards cost £1 . last all year. give £1 off the full price each time you come for you and a friend available to OAI’s‘. I'B40s. 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.

The Cherry Orchard Fri Ill Mar—Sat 1 Apr. 7.45pm. Sat mat 25 Mar.3. 15pm. £2.50—£7. TheatreSaver holders £1 off. Sat mat all tickets £3. FREE. PRI-LV'lIiW Thurs 9 Mar. A new translation by Stuart Paterson of Chekhov's great classic documentinga changing era (see Preview). For those who are interested in contrasting and comparing. a production of the same play opens this weekend at Dundee Rep. with Joanna l.umley as Madame Ranevskaya (Box ()ffiee10382 23530).

I TEVIOT ROW UNION Teviot Row. 220 04o4 ( Tidinburgb Folk Festival no.)

The Race For The Golden Cup Sat 18 Mar. IPm. A collaboration between Theatre Workshop and the special needs children of Pilrig Park School. ()ne ofa highly commendable series of such productions. Performed as part of the Polk Festival. this show contains a strong musical element as w ell as drama and movement.

I TRAVERSE THEATRE l 12 West Bow. (irassmarket . 22b 2633. Box Office

Tue Sat lllarnvSpm. Sun 10pm. Bar. Rest. Tickets also available from the Ticket Centre. Market Street. [Accessz St. I‘acilrties: Ii. Help: A. AA].

Furniture ForSatiricat Lovers t-ri Ill—Sun 13 Mar. ".30pm. £3.50 ( £2.50). Artful .-\ssenrblage. See Dance.

Bloody Poetry't’ue 14-Sun l‘).\lar.7.3llpm. £3.50(£2.50). I.eslie I-inlay directs Strathcly dc Theatre ( iroup in How ard Brenton‘s examination of the conflict between By ron and Shelley 's revolutionary views and theirdecadent at‘isto lifestyle.

Marx and Coca Cola Tue 21 Strn 2!» Mar. ".30pm. £3.50(£2.5ll). British premiereof Danish writer .\'i|s Schoe's interesting-sotrnding comedy. A Springboard commission.

Edinburgh Ptaywrights' Workshops Thursdays. 7pm. £1 (50p). \Vcekly in the studio theatre. new plays are read. Thurs lo; Tn (ilaygurc ll'ith [.Ut e.-1nrl.S(/rurlor; Thurs 23: That.-lrea. . ('o/oaretlUreen.


This section lists shows that aretouring Scotland. We give detailed listings onlylor periods when they are in the Central Belt area. There is a phone numberfor each company. however. should you require more information. Unless otherwise specified. the number after each venue listed isthe telephone numbertorticket enquirieslor that particular evening (please note. this is notalways the venue number).

I Dead Dad Dog and Sheila The'l'ravcrsc Theatre Company launch out on a tourol two play s that w ere very successful at last year's Scottish Accents‘ festival of new writing. Dead Hail Dog. by .lohn McKay. is a very funny. brisk two-handerabout trendy young lick‘s big day. and how he is haunted by the ghost of his father; Sheila. by Ann Marie Di .‘ylambro. isa w ry'. beautifully observed comedy about the day the decorators arrive in student Sheila‘sllat randlile.

[lyre Theatre. Sixtnilrewzs ThursU— Sat 1 1 Mar. 7.30pm. (0334 76288); Tron Theatre. (ilasgo'l‘ue 14 Sun l‘lMar. 7.30pm. 041 552 4267;3(n1ur/lull. [)ttlttlt’t’ Tue 21 Mar. 7.45pm. 0382 23530; Branton Theatre. .llusselliurgh Thurs 23 Mar. 7.45pm. 031 (yty5 2240. Tour continues.

I Howard Carter's Amazing Quest torthe Tomb of Tutenkamen A new comedy by Harry (Loadsamoney. Stavros) Tinfield arid Bryan lilslcy. purporting to tell the true tale of what happened when l Toward Carter set off for 'l'utenkamen's tomb. (TUITTN’I‘IItIll/(l Theatre. ('umbernauld Thurs 9—Sat 11 Mar. 1.30pm & 7.45pm. (“236 732387); .tht'Ruln’rI/TNS‘ Centre. Stirling Mon 13— Tue 14; Darrin/(ls l’avilion. [.args Mon 20'. I’ortohello Town Hal/Tue 21. Tour continues.

I Long Story Short 7:84 Scotland. already Touring 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 CampbelI.James Graham. Tom Leonard. Aonghas MacNeacail. Ann Marie di Mambro. Gurmeet Mattu. Rona Munro. Ricky Ross and Ann Samuel. The tour startson Skye and tours the western Highlands and Islands until mid-March. when it arrives in Central Scotland. For more details please cal|7:84 on 041 331 221*).

Bedlam Theatre. Edinburgh Tue 14 Mar.

7.30pm; Little Theatre. Lockerhie Wed 15 Mar. 7.30pm; Doug/(Ly lz'wart High School. .Veu'tmt Stew-art Tltttrs If) Mar. 7.30pm; .llitt‘hell Theatre. Glasgow .‘ylon 20—Sat 25 Mar. 7.30pm. T'mrrcontinues. I The Sash 7:34 Scotland continue to totrr a fine. funny and thoughtful production of Ilector .‘ylacMillan's hugely popular comedy about religious bigotry. Livingston .Ilews Theatre. Livingston Thurs 1L Sat 11 Mar". Carnegie Ila/l. Dun/ermline Mon 13'. .Ilaelv’oln'rt.-l rtv Centre. Stirling Wed 15 —l"ri l7; Pavilion. (ilasgow .‘ylon 21L Wed 1 April.

I A View From the Bridge t-lttinhurgh‘s Royal l.yceum Theatre Company take Touring their line production ot Arthur .‘yliller‘s modern American tragedy.

llly‘ AIM/HHS Illt'tlll‘t'. xl T’t'l'tlt’t'll TUC

7- Sat 1 1 Mar". .Ilat'lt‘oln'rt Arty ( ~entre. Stirling Mon 20 Sat 25.

I The Yellow on the Broom winged 1 lorse Theatre Company open a new play by Anne Dow nie based on the book by Betsy Why te about her life as a tray ellrrrg person earlier this century . lloasehrll( 'ommrmrty (T'Illft’. (iluygim‘ \Ved IS". [Tyre Theatre. 5! .'TII(TH'H'\ Thurs lo Sat 1S. T'.(Tt”l Court. litt‘t't'neyy Mon 21 ; .lIr/l llreatre. Tllttfsu Tue 21 ; Arts Theatre. ls'ir/vw‘all Wed 22‘. l‘llapool Village 1 Tall Thurs 23; Adam .S’nrrth ( 'entre. Kirkt'alt/v I‘t'l 24 R Sat 25.



I THEATRE ROYAL l lope Street. 331 1234. Petrushka 23 Mar »1 April. Scottish Ballet continue an escitrng spring season with a new ycr‘sron of this Rtrssran Ballet choreographed by l?okine and premiered in 11)] 1 . The company invited ( )lcg \‘inogradoy . A r'tistrc Director ol the Kirov Ballet in I.enrngrad. to make this new work.

I THIRD EYE CENTRE- NEW MOVES SEASON 350 Sauchrchall Street. 332 7521. Third Iiye are in the rnrddle o1 their second season of new dance.

New Moves Performance

LizAggiss 111 Mar. "..‘~upni. £3.50( £3,511). A charismatic performer making (irotesqtte Dancer and Stations of the Angry a dramatic event.

LizAggiss and Divas 11 Mar. l.i/Aggiss performs with the all-woman group she founded in 19S!» Tough and very visual. Dorothy and Klaus and Die ()rchidce irn Plastick-Karton. the two pieces brought to New Moves. promise electricviewing.

Wim Vandekeybus .‘str 31 March. 7.311pm. £3.50 ( £2.50). The scoop of the season. this I‘lernish artist comes to ( ilasgow‘ for the British premiere of ‘\\'It;tt the Body Does .\'ot Remember". His company of five women and five men perform in a style described as ‘highly confrontational . adrenalin choreography and which crosses Apache dances and machine dances of the 20s. Thisperformance. which must not be rnrsscd underany circumstances. will be held at the New Athaeneurn Theatre at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. New Moves Talks and Classes Talks will be held on Saturdays throughout New .‘vloves in the Studio Theatre at 3pm and are chaired by (ilasgow I lerald dance critic .‘ylary Brennan. I‘ree Admission. LizAggiss l I Mar. WOTNSIIODS \Vork‘shop classes are held on Saturdays from 1 lam— lprn throughout the New Moves season. Admission £2.

Liz Aggiss I 1 Mar.


Community dance group for young people taken by Steps()ut. 5‘ 7pm. 50p. Phone Steps ()ut at the Scottish Ballet

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