Centre, Camus Place Tue 13. 1.15pm and 7.30pm. South Dean Playhut Wed 14. l . 15pm. Drumchappel Community Centre, Kinseuns Drive Wed 14. 7.30pm. Kingsridge Community Centre Thurs 15. 1.15pm and 7.30pm. Unemployed Workers Centre, Hecla Place Fri 16. 12 noon and 8pm (Ceilidh). I Shang-a-lang Clyde Unity Theatre slip back in time to 1974 when there was nothing more important in life than the Bay City Rollers. You can also catch Aileen Ritchie‘s latest play. Asking For It in one of the double-bills in the Traverse Theatre‘s Spinning A Line Season. For further details phone 041 339 8655. AirdrieArts Centre Mon 5 June. 7.30pm. (0236) 62453 ext 17. Calderbank Comm unity Centre Tue 6 June. 7pm. (0236) 62453 ext 17. Coatbridge Training Workshops Wed 7 June. 2pm. (0236) 62453 ext 17. Springfield Community Centre Wed 7 June. 7pm. (0236) 62453 ext 17. Cumbernauld Theatre Thurs 8—Sat 10 June. 7.45pm. (0236) 732887. I Sins Leith Rep Community Theatre Company‘s latest project is a medieval tale of corruption in high places with telling parallels with today. Nelson Hall. Macdonald Road, Edinburgh Mon 5 June. 7.30pm. Free. 556 5630. Triangle Arts Centre, Penny well Road , Piltort Tue 6June. 7.30pm. £1.50(£1). 332 0877. Inch Community Centre, Inch Park Wed 7June. 7.30pm. £1.50(£1). 6644710. Fort Community Win g, Fort Primary SchoolThurs8June. 7.30. £1 .50(£1). 553 1074. Wester Hailes Education Centre Fri 9 June. 7.30pm. £1.50(£1). 442 2201 . St Bride's Community Centre. Orwell Terrace Sat 10June. 7.30pm. £1 (50p). 346 1405. I Road. Jim Cartwright's powerful and bitterly funny study of inner-city life is given the Glasgow treatment by 7:84 initially for Mayfest and then on tour. Phone041 331 2219 for further details. Cumbernauld Theatre Wed 31 May—Sat 3 June. Citizens Theatre, Glasgow Tue 13—Sat1July.7.30pm. I When the World was Young Clyde Unity Theatre are keeping busy at the moment touring two shows around Scotland. This one is John Binnie‘s play about four adults looking back at their playground past. Netherbow Arts Centre Fri 2—Sat 3 June. 7.30pm. Tour Continues.


I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 45 Albion Street. Merchant City. Glasgow. 552 5924. 9pm. £4.50 (£3). Bar open 8.30pm—midnight. Glasgow‘s premiere club for new comedy goes fortnightly this month. Bruce Morton is the main attraction tonight with support from comedy duo Tackety Boots and Malcolm Stewart.

I Scotland The What? Palace Theatre. 9 Green Street. Kilmarnock. 0563 23590. 7.30pm. £4 (£3). Stephen Robertson. Buff Hardie and George Donald have been entertaining Scottish audiences with their blend of dinner-jacketed Aberdonian sketches and comic songs for the best part oftwo decades. If this is how you like your humour you won‘t be disappointed.


I Scotland The What? Palace Theatre. 9 Green Street. Kilmarnock. 0563 23590. 7.30pm. £4 (£3). See Friday 2.


I Joe Gordon and Sally Logan Palace Theatre. 9 Green Street. Kilmarnock. 0563 23590. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50). An evening mainly of music. but some magic and comedy is provided by John Shearer for good measure.


I Women In Profile Cabaret Riverside Club. Fox Street. Glasgow. 8pm till late. Doors open 7.30pm. £3 (£1 .50). The aim of Women In Profile is to promote women in the arts in Glasgow by puttingtogether strong packages ofentertainment. All organisers and performers are female. but it goes without saying that both sexes will enjoy it. The first cabaret was a great success and this follow-up evening stars Liz Lochhead. E for Eileen. acoustic band Yellow Earth. Linda Jackson. Josephina Cupido. Tackety Boots and the Sticky Pinks.


I Cannon And Ball King's Theatre. Leven Street. Edinburgh. 229 1201 . £2.50—£8.50. The show is subtitled You 'll [)0 For Me. but will they do for you‘.’ A quick straw poll round The List office failed to bring forth any particularly fond memories of the popular TV duo. but to fill the King‘s for a week is no mean feat.


I Cannon And Ball King‘s Theatre. Leven Street. Edinburgh. 229 1201 . £2.51L £8.50. See Monday 12.


I cannon And Ball King's" Theatre. Leven Street. Edinburgh. 229 1201. £2.50—£8.50. See Monday 12.


I Cannon And Ball King's Theatre. Levcn Street. Edinburgh. 229 1201. £2.50—£8.50.

Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, 7—10 June. ‘We’re going to use film, weird synth dromes, tapes of Queen Street station, live piano, a double bed, the lirst one is very abstract, the second one’s about relationships, not with a linear narrative, we fall on top of one another, flatten each other a lot, it’s got a creepy soundtrack', thus Marisa Zanotti describes Re Call Connect and Bed 6 feet, 5 inches, 5 feet— which were both conceived for a dance/music project, commissioned by the Third Eye Centre. Newly-formed Sbildt, the piece’s creators, comprise Zanotti, Francis Bock (another of Glasgow's mere dozen or so professional contemporary dancers) and diverse maestro Nicky Hind; the resultant works, besides being articulate and very powerful, are dissimilartrom just about anything. The solo piece (Zanotti dancing) Re Call Collect was, very unusually, a collaborative effort between the musician-composer and dancer (typically one commissions the other) and consequently is ‘dltferent in style and tone from usual Release stuff' Zanotti explains, ‘we didn't want just all the slow, graceful movements, but tried to put in sharper stuff too.‘ Perhaps this is a result of having recently returned from the Nikolais Louis Dance Lab in New York, to where she had won a scholarship? ‘Maybe my doing a lot of Nikolais-based improvisation has bad influence but this is essentially more fluid, relating to the cohesive theme.‘ The theme is memory, the interlinking of past and present providing the multilaceted environment of the piece. With the duet Bed 6 feet, 5 inches, 5



I THIRD EYE CENTRE 346 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521 4.

Sbildt with Re Call Collect & Bed 6h Sin, 5h. Wed 3. Thurs 8 & Sat l01une. £7.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50). A new Glasgow-based company (with a radically iconoclastic approach to spelling and naming their work) formed to create a dance music project commissioned by the Third Eye Centre. made up of dancers Marisa Zanotti and Francis Bock and composer Nicky Hind. The first of the piecesuses dance. video images. live and recorded music with the theme of memory. while the second is a nervous exploration of relationships in which a man and a woman fall asleep in bed but awake in water.


I DANCE FACTORY 142 Calder Street. 423 9430.

The Dance Factory is open for a varietyof classes during the week. both evening and daytime. For example there isJazz (Beginners) at 6.45pm on Mondays. Ballet at 6.45pm on Wednesdaysand Ballroom and Latin at 7.30pm on Fridays. Phone for more details.

I GARNETBANK SCHOOL chfrew Street. Stretch and Get Loose Tuesdays 7-~8.30pm. Movement with Jane Simpson.



feet (the numbers reflecting respectively Bock and Zanotti’s vastly different heights) the intention is ‘less to do with dance; it's more about Dance Theatre, even less Release-y', Bock clarifying, ‘it uses props like the double bed we stand on, and deals with aspects of relationships through little scenarios, intended to work like holding up postcards.‘

The eerie soundtrack is virtually contrapuntal to Nicky Hind's melodious piano on Re Call Collect; assembled by Andy Cowton, it is a collage of gritty synth work and grinding cellos overlayed with a sinister voice instructing on ‘how to have a relationship' (from a real record).

Are there any points of reference or common strands with these two works? ‘I’m not sure,’ muses Zanotti, ‘we both like soloists Julia Hamilton and Laurie Booth, and dance companies like Pina Bausch’s (German Wuppertal Dance Theatre) and Charles Cre-anges'. Their diverse influences are indeed discernible throughout these captivating pieces. (Stewart Hennessey).

Queen Street. 221 0750.

Classes are held throughout the week in a mirrored and barred studio 1000 feet square. The following is a selection of what'son offer. Phone for details ofdaily classes.

Open Elementary Ballet Mondays 6.3(L8pm.

Lunchtime Stretch 'I‘uesdays noon—- 1 . 15pm. Good for city centre workers.

Spanish Tuesdays 6—7 . 30pm.

Beginners Jazz Wednesdays 6—7.30pm. Classical and contemporary for the male dancer'l‘hursdays 8—9. 30pm.

Tai Chi Friday s 5.30 6.30pm. Contemporary Beginners/Elementary Fridays6.3(L8 m.

I HlLLHEAD SECONDARY SCHOOL ()akfield Avenue. Info from Glasgow Independent Dance on 334 4836.

Stretch and Get Loose with Jane Simpson Class every Monday. 7~8.30pm. £2.

I SCOTTISH BALLET STUDIO 261 West Princes Street. 331 2931.

Regular classes finished on 27 May.

I T'AI CHI CLASSES Phone Larry Butleron 334 3507 for details. Beginners and lunchtime classes available plus residential weekends.




Anjana Batra Sat lllJune. 7.30pm. £2. Classical Kathak dance. Sangan The Meeting Point. by a well-known artist from New Delhi accompanied by a male dancer and three musicians.

I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 1 ligh St. 556 9579.

Segami Thurs 8 April. 7.30pm. £2.50 (£1.50). A newly-formed group ofdancers present three unusual pieces drawn from subjective imagery to create provocative and individual dances. One night only.

I PLEASANCE THEATRE Pleasance. 225 5924 for advance tickets.

Khoros Dance Theatre Fri 2 & Sal 3June. 8pm. £2.50 (£1 .75). First performances in a new season for the colourful and inventive Edinburgh group. with a premiere of a new work by choreographer and mime artist Kinny (iardner and several distinctive acrobatic pieces by Susan Hay in a varied programme.

I ROSS THEATRE Princes Street Gardens. Spring Fling Disco/Dance Competition. 661 3447 for details. 1—4pm. Dne ofthe Fling's most popular events with prizes forthe winning team and top six in the singles categories. There are three categories: Disco Singles: Under 9.12.16 and over16. Rock and Roll: Couples only for under 12. 16 and over16.

Disco 5. Team Events: Under12, 16 and over 16 (3 mins maximum).


I KING'S THEATRE Leven Street. 2294840 extl33.

Dance with Sheridan Nicol Classes by Edinburgh‘s dancer-in-residence. Sheridan Nicol is a vivacious teacher with bags ofenergy and fun. Contact her at the above number for more details ofthe classes listed below. All classes £2 (£1 ). Until 30June.

Contemporary with Marilyn Williams Mondays 5 . 30—7pm.

Jazz with Sheridan—General Tuesdays 5.3(L7pm.

Jazz with Sheridan-General Wednesdays 5.30~7pm.

Jazz for complete beginners'l‘hursday-s 5.30—7pm.

Jazz Advanced—Professional Wednesdays

1 lam—1pm.

Edinburgh Youth Dance Theatre Mon and Wed at St Brides Centre 6pm and Fri6pm. Sheridan is building tip a youth group which will take classes and workshops at this time at St Brides Centre. ()rwell Terrace (just offGorgie Road). Contact the phone number above for details.

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