(£3). See Cabaret.

Joe Gordon and Sally Logan Sat 11). 7.30pm.

£3.50(£2.50). See Cabaret.

I PAVILION THEATRE 121 Renfield Street. 332 1846. Box Office Mon—Sat

10am—8pm. Bar. [Access: ST. Facilities: WS. (5. Help: AA].

No Theatre performances this issue. See Rock Listings for other events.

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA 100 Rettfrew Street. 041 332 5057. [Access: PPA. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. AS. R. B. T. (3. Help: A.AA].

Hay Fever lintil 2 June. 7. 15pm. £21£l ). Second Year DDA students tackle Noel Coward’s inter-war comedy about an unconventional family and their bemused guests. ()n show in the New Athaeneum Theatre.

Prunella Scales Stakis Masterclass Sun 1 1 June. 2pm (t 7. 15pm. Free tickets available in advance. The star ofAfter Henry and I‘uwlrv Towers is giving two masterclasses to drama students at the RSAMI) and interested members ofthe public. The first is on the acting of verse. the second on comedy. A rare chance to learn directly from a very distinguished and experienced performer.

ITHEATRE ROYAL Hope Street. 331 1234. Box Office Mon~-Sat 10am-(rpm. (7.30pm on perfevgs). Bar. Buffet. [Access: 1’. PPA. R. Facilities: WC. WS. Ii. (i. R. B. Help: AA]. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Mon 5 June-Saturday 10June. 7.30pm: Sat Mat 2.30pm. The Royal Lyceum. Iidinburgh. transfer their highly praised revival of Edward Albee‘s campus classic for a rare run in (ilasgow. Shirley Valentine Mon 13 Sat l7June. 7.30pm; Sat Mat 2.30pm. £2.51)-£9.50. Don’t miss Willy Russell's comic monologue starring Paula Wilcox as the Liverpool housewife who lives out her fantasy to escape from the daily routine. Hilarious and touching. I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Saucltiehall Street. 332 7521 . Cafe open 1 lam—2.30pm Tue—Fri and during evening performances. [Access: PPA. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. 1i. (i. R. B. Help: AA]. Spacehoppers. Clackers and Really Big Fish Fri 2—Sat 3 June. 7.30pm. A childhood in Sidcup forms the basis of Roy l lutehins comic one-man show which was very popular in last year‘s Iidinburgh Festival Fringe. Re Call Collect and Bed 5ft 5in. 5ft Preview Wed 7 June: £2 (£1 ). Thurs 8 & Sat 10 June: £3.51) (£2.50). 7.30pm. Composer Nicky Hind has collaborated with dancers Francis Bock and Marisa Zanotti to form .S'pildt and to create two special Third Iiye pieces. The first is an exploration of memories and makes use of video images created by the (ilasgow company Textures. The second involves a man and a woman who fall to sleep in bed and wake up covered in water. Seeing how they achieve this on stage will probably be worth the admission price alone. 10'1'RAMWAY Tl {I'LA'I‘RF Albert Drive. Tickets from Ticket Centre ()41 227 5511 [Help: AA]

Mrs Vershinin Thurs 15--Tue 21) June. 8pm. £5 (£3). Helen Cooper's play speculates about a character who is mentioned. but never appears in Chekhov-‘s Three Sisters. This is a production by 7:84 which started life in London where it was highly rated and is about to head over to theTheatre der Welt Festival in Hamburg.

I TROH THEATRE b3 Trongate. 552 42117 8. Box ()ffice Tue—Sat Noon—Rpm; Sun 1230—] 1pm. Closed Mondays. [Access: R. ST. Facilities: W'S. Ii. (3. R. B. Help: AA].

The Enid Sisters [Intil Sun 4 June. 7.30pm. £5 (£2) & £4 (£1 ). Michel'l‘remblay‘s Ouebecois French is translated into Glasgow patter for an orgy of ( ireen Shield Stamp licking. Despite some flaws. it is a witty. painfully moving and lovingly

adapted performance.

Brandon: The Experience of a Lifetime Mon 12 June. 7.30pm. £2.51). UB40s Free. Contact STL'C for tickets (332 4946). Brandon was an Iiast Anglian labour camp in the 1930s whose inmates. influenced by the Welsh mining strike. demonstrated a strong spirit ofresistance. Sheffield Popular Theatre's play is based on these times. but set in the 1990s.


I DEDLAM THEATRE Forrest Road. 031 225 9893. [Access: St. Facilities: WS. (5. B. Help: AA]

No performances until the Iidinbugh Festival.

I DRUNTON THEATRE Musselburgh. (165 2241). [Access: PPA. R. St. Facilities: WC. WS. Ii. (i. B. Help: AA]

The Brunton‘s next season will be in the Autumn. but it is playing host tothe occasional touring show in the meantime. I CHURCH HILL THEATRE Morningside Road 447 7597.

Key For Two 1 ‘ntil Sat 3 June. 7.30pm. £2.51). Iidinburgh People's Theatre throw themselves into John Chapman and Dave Freeman's three-cornered romantic comedy. All proceeds are going to St Joseph's Riding for the Disabled. a charity for which they raised over £2000 last year and consequently covered all expenses for three horses.

The Biograph Girl Wed 7—-Sat 10.1une. 7.30pm. £3. Phone (vol 8033 for tickets. Composer David Heneker was responsible for such musicals as Half/t Sixpence and ( ‘lturlie on]. This one was written with Warner Brown and concerns pioneers of the silent movie era like D.W. (iriffith. Mary Pickford and Lillian (iish. If the title doesn‘t ring a bell that could be because this production by Iidinburgh's own Allegro amateur theatre company is a Scottish premiere. They went out oftheir way to track down David Heneker. now 82 and living near Dublin. in order to get hold of a copy of the original full score. So excited are Heneker and Brown that they are likely to turn up specially to see the production. .»tllegm shows are traditionally sell-outs and you are advised to book early.


3013 225 4463.

See Cabaret Listings.

I KING'S THEATRE 2 Leven Street. 229 120]. Box ()ffice Mon—Sat 10am-~Spm. Bar. [Access: PPA. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. AS. Ii. (‘1. B. Help: AA]

The Old Country Mon 5 June —Sat llljune. Mon—Fri 7.30pm; Sat 5pm & 8pm.

£2.50 £6.50. Alan 'I‘ulkrrtg Heads Bennett's play about treachery and mixed motives stars Francis Matthews. Helen Christie and Nigel Davenport. See Preview.

Cannon and Ball Mon 12 June- Sat l7June. Mon Fri 7.30pm; Sat 5pm & 8pm. £2.51)-£8.51).See Cabaret.

I THE MEADOWS Details 557 5881).

The Meadows Festival Sat 3~Sun 4June. The 15th Meadows Festival sports its traditional array of stalls and entertainments. while in the Theatre Marquee there are two days ofjuggling. magic. stories and song aimed at children of all ages and provided free ofcharge. Fancy Dress Parade Sat 3. Assemble 11.30am. parade and prizes from midday. The Colour Co Sat 3. 12 noon. Juggling. unicycling and magic.

Calum Mcleod Sat 3. 1pm. Magician. Jiggery Puppetry Sat 3. 2pm. Popular puppet performance.

Lucky Charm Sat 3. 3pm. Story telling. music and masks.

Spring Youth Dance Co Sat 3. 4pm. Children's dance show.

Elemental Arts Sat 3. 5pm.

Steve Dalton Sun 4. 1pm. Clowningand magic.

Ostrich Ostrich Ostrich Sun 4. 2pm. Er. . . ostrich'.’

Jugglers Wild Sun 4. 3pm. Fancy juggling. Lucky Charm Sun 4. 4pm. Stories. masks and music. Steve Dalton Sun 4. 5pm. Clowning. I HETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43 High Street. 556 9579. Box ()ffice. 10am—4.30pm. 7-—9pm perf. evgs. Cafe. [Access: R. Facilities: WC. WS. Ii. (i. B. R. “CID: A. AA] Shang-a-lang L'ntil Thurs 1 June. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). Clyde Unity/Theatre in Aileen Ritchie‘s comedy of tartan tack circa 1974 when the most important things in any girl's life were boys and the BayCity Rollers. Scrappy Fri 2 .lune. £1 (50p). Iidinburgh Playwrights' Workshop give a readingof Bob Adam's TV play about a demolition contractor and his assistant hired topull down a fine old building. until an industrial archaeologist makes a dark discovery. London Scottish Wed 7 June. 7pm. £1 (50p). Bill Dunlop‘s play about killed cockneys is read by the Iidinburgh Playwrights’ Workshop. Distant Voicest-‘ri 9 June. 7pm. £1 (50p). Margaret Dunn‘s play is set in the copper belt. Northern Rhodesia. where liberal-minded whites change their tune after an event on the other side ofthe world. A reading by Iidinburgh Playwrights' Workshop. AMidsummerNight's Dream Wed 14 Sat 1." June. 7.30pm. £2.50 (£1 .50). The final production by Telford College's Performance Foundation Course students is directed by Sandy Neilson and serves as a prelude to this year's Iidinburgli ( )ld Town Festival whose theme is Midsummer. I ROYAL LYCEUM (irindlay Street. 229 9697. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am -()pl11. 10am-Rpm on perf. evgs. Bar. Rest Cafe. [Access: P. 1.. Facilites: WC. WS. AS. F. Ci. B. R. T. Help: A. AA]. ('l‘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 ()APs. LIB40s. 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 Oueen'sHall. Clerk Street. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? L'ntil Sat 3 June. 7.45pm. £2.50~£5.50. The last few days in Iidinburgh for The Royal Lyceum‘s production of Albee‘s celebrated early ()11s play which did no harm to the careers of Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor when they starred in the film version. A love-hate relationshipon an American university campus is central to this powerful play. The play moves to the Theatre Royal. (ilasgow for a six-day run from 5June. Conference Sat 3 June. 9am. The Royal Lyceum Theatre Club hold an all-day conference on Beyond the I-‘rrrtge. . . Last year's conference brought together a broad selection ofeloquent speakers and provided a provocative and enjoyable look at Scottish theatre. Woman In Mind Fri 9June—Sat SJuly. 7.45pm. Sat 24 June Mat 3.15pm.£2.50>£5.50. Free Preview'l‘hurs SJune. Alan Ayckbourn's 1988 comedy in which fantasy and reality come face to face. Susan is ignored by her family and pretty fed up. but a knock on the head brings an imaginary and far more agreeable family into her life. I THEATRE ON THE HILL Queen Margaret College. Dept of Drama. Clerwood Terrace. 339 81 l 1 ext 299. Antigone W'ed 7--Sat 11) June. 7.30pm. £2 (£1 ). Preview Tue bJune: 50p. This isJean Anouilh‘s 1944 version of the play most commonly associated with Spoltocles. It is being performed by second year Drama students under the direction ofJohn Ramage. By contrast you can see Communicado's new interpretation of the Sophocles original starting its tour at the

Theatre Workshop (see below).



LUNCH Monday-Saturday Noon-2. 30pm

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