THE BIRMINGHAM REP YOUTH WORKSHOP
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by f ’ Mick Yates f August 14—19 at 1.00 pm “guitar and spice and all things nice . . . what are little girls made of? . . . "
5' Tktsii £3; £2
BOX OFF ICE: 031-557-1785
CREW CUT THEATRE CO.
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Celtic Lodge Venue 6 8'15 pm. 13 Aug-2 Sept “SO/£350 cones.
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music, in works by Brahms, Liszt, Ravel and then a Spanish theme by
i Debussy. Busoni (Carmen I . i 3' Fantasy) and Manuel de Falla. %
'Virtuosity with emotional intensity’
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; (£135 \' “t A August 13 at 8pm g £3.50 (£2.50) a t~-ﬁ'~— 3::
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"Not suitable for children and definitely not to be missed" Evening News '
"It's about Lewis Carroll, Paedaphilia, Jack the Ripper and other Victorian Values"
AUGUST 14-10 10.30nm £3.00 [£2.00 concesslons] VENUE 30
THE NETHERBOW THEATRE 43 HIGH STREET EDINBURGH EH1 lJR BOX OFFICE 031-556 9579
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