advance from the Theatre \Vorks‘hop. 226 5425. A women's performance project based on Radclyffe IIaII's novel. which was banned in 1928 for its Irank representation of lesbian love. See Theatre Prevew for more.
I Gone with the Paint Sr Stephen's Church I Iall. 8pm. £2.5ll(£l .Sll). A black and white comedy show with a mission to rescue the world from (iloom. Presented by Lung I la Theatre Company.
I Spring Fling Soccer Sevens Tournamentlack Katie Centre. 4.30pm. Free.
IWomen Work! Portobello Library.
Ill~l I .3tlam. Free. Tickets in advance from the Library and the PortobelloCitizens
Adv icc Bureau. (‘ontinuingthc seriesol' sclllhelp discussions. this workshop giy es you ideas on how toscll yoursell'. Ilow to compile a C\' and dowell in interviews.
I A Fantastic Journey (iilded Balloon. 10am—5pm. Free. See Sat 27.
I Script Surgery Traverse Theatre and Studio.
I lam—lpm. Free. See Wed 31.
ITalk: Trinity College. Hospital and Apse Brass Rubbing Centre. lpm. Free. Nick lIoImes. Archaeologist with Iidinburgli's Museums and (ialleries. talks about Trinity College.
I Playing It By Ear Traverse Cafe. 1.15—~3pm. Free. BBC Radio Scotland's Drama Producer Patrick Rayner discusses ways of writing for radio. A Traverse ‘Spin Off".
I Loose Ends and Politics or Blood Discussed Traverse Studio. is 7pm. Free. Ian Brown ol the Traverse iii discussion with writers Stuart Hepburn and Andrew Readman. A Traverse ‘Spin ()II".
I Oxygen House — Playslor Today Tray erse Studio. 8pm. £2 (£1 ). See Wed 3 I.
I Last ol the Dodos King‘s
routine. contact Brian I
Theatre. 2pm. lep. i
Tickets available in advance from the King's Theatre. Captain Environment strikes again against the Lethal Lead Lady and Avenging Aerosol I)oll. A play for 5—12 year-olds.
I Storytime (‘orstorphine Library. 2pm. Free. Stories for 3 *5 year-olds.
I Kate and the Big Crunch Broomhouse Resource Centre. (i.3llpm. Free.
I Straight Up l Ioly Corner Centre. 7.30pm. £2(£I ). I Shang-a-Lang Netherbow ArtsCentre. 7.30pm. £3 ( £2). See Tue 30.
IThe Well at Loneliness Theatre Workshop. Spm. £2.51l(£l ﬁll). Advance bookings can be made at the Theatre \Vorksltop.
32(3 5-135. Sec \Ved AI.
5 I Gone with the Paint Sr
i Stephen's Church Hall. Spin. £2.5Il(£l ﬁll). See
Davidson on 225 9689 Ior
. COMMUNITY : FESTIVAL and GALA DAYS
I Newbridge and Ratho Station Gala MonZ‘) May- Sat 3.Iune. A week ol’l’un actiyities culminating with the crow ningol‘the(iala Queen on Sat .‘slune. llam 5pm at Pavilion Park. Ratho Station.
I Meadows Festival Molt I‘lMay Sunllune. A week oI ey ents lollow ed by lair-days on Sat 3.Iune and Sun 4.Iune.
Illam- 0pm at the Meadows. Funlair. theatre. sports. stalls. II\ c music and tancy (Il'css.
I Edinburgh—Then and I’ l
Now St BridesCommunity Centre. ( )rweII Terrace. Sat 27 May Sun I l .lune.
Wed 3]. An exhibition by (iorgic I)alry
I’Itotow orkshop ol I The Spring Fling Fling photographs illustrating
\Vilkie Home. 9.30pm. £3 (£2). The lidge present a night ol cabaret. comedy and music. .\'o one is excluded. It you would hay e a go at taking part with your own comedy
diltcrent perspectiy cs ol Iidinburgh oy er the years. This exhibition w ill be at the Filmhouse. Lothian Road. 33 June I-I July.
I Spring Fling Competition Entries Main Foyer. Royal
Commonwealth Pool. Dalkcilh Road. Sat 37 May-Sun ISJune. Free. This year's theme is 'At
I Iome‘. A selection of entries will be on display. I Women 8. Work Portobello Library. Roset'ield Avenue.
Mon Fri 0am—8pm; Sat 9am Iprn. Free. An informative display on all aspects ol' women and
work. to tie in with a series
ol workshops and discussions.
I Action tor Birds Week Kirkliston Library. Station Road and South ()ueenst‘erry Library. Shore Road. Mon 2*)
May FriZJuneMon Fri
(lam Spin; Satllam lpm. Free. To celebrate the centenary ol the RSPB.
I ‘Butl‘m notinto art‘— Leilh Community Drugs Project 3 Smiths Place. Leilh. Mon 2‘) May Thurs .\‘.lunc. Free. An exhibition of creative work by the users of I .eitli Community Drugs Project . using painting. collage and mixed media.
IJennySmilh Mixed Media Exhibition Fine Art Library. Central Library. (icorgc I\' Bridge.
Mon Fri Illam- 8.30pm; Sat (lam lpm. Free.
I Comics and Cartoons Central Library Staircase. (icorgc l\' Bridge. Thurs 35 May Sun olune.
Mon - Fri Uarn--~S.3lipm; Sat Uam~~ lpm. Free. A book and comic display of Iavouritc cartoon characters. past and present.
I Art and Craft Exhibition/Sale Balgreen Primary School. Balgreen Road. Sat 27 May.
Illam lpm. A variety ol‘ artt'orms. from painting and sketches to needlework. in a special exhibition. Some ot'tlie work w ill be Ior sale.
I TWA \‘I'ASPS. Patriothall Studios, 48 Hamilton Place. Slockbridgc. Sat 27
May Sat Ill.lune.
Noon 5pm. First exhibition by (icot'gc Coleman and Iain McQueen on a wide theme on landscapes real and imaginary.
I A Wealth ot Material Morningsidc Library. 184 Morningsidc Road. Sat 27 May Sat ltllune.
Mon I-‘ri‘lam Spin; Sat ‘lam lpm. Free. The Iimbroiderers ( iuild of Iidinburgh present a marvellous exhibition especially collected I’or this year's Spring Fling.
From Friday 1 9: DA (PG)
2.20 (not Sun), 4.30, 6.40, 8.50
at 11.15pm Fri 19:B|RD(15)
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0 Late Nights
Sat 20: BEETLEJUICE (18) & RISKY ausmessns)
Fri 26: rue UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF BEING (18) Sat 27: ALIENsna) & THE
Sun 21 at1.30pm: AMADEUS (15) Sun 28 at 2.30pm: PASCALI’S
From Friday 2 June: Isabelle Adjani and Gerard Depardieu in CAMILLECLAUDEL (PG) 12.45, 4.15 and 7.45pm.
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...A THOROUGHLY DELIGHTFUL MOVIE"
"THE DIALOGUE IS WONDERFULLY FUNNY H . AND FULL OF FLAVOUR... DA IS A WARM AND A ELOQUENT MEMOIR, BEAUTIFULLY PLAYED"
IS EXCELLENT AND TOTALLYHABSORBING..."
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CAMEO, EDINBURGH FROM FRI 19
‘The dialogue is wonderfully funny and full of flavour. . . DA is a warm and eloquent memoir, beautifully played’
‘Martin Sheen is excellent and totally absorbing. . .' Barry Norman Film ’89
‘A once in a lifetime experience — Martin Sheen’s finest performance' Sneak Previews
‘Barnard Hughes is absolutely superb. . .a thoroughly delightful movie’ Films & Filming
.. . Witty'and surprisingly aﬂecﬂng’ The Financial Times
20 The List 19 May— 1 June 1989