The Camhu'bqe Twilight; 1989 Revue
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‘The best vintage for years’ Independent ‘Sparkllng review. . . has something to please all tastes’ Cambridge Evening News ‘The jokes are new, the timing right, and the delivery perfect . . . this show sparkles with success’ Hampshire Chronic/e ‘They certainly sparkle a lot’ Audience Member NIGHTLY (except for 21st 8: 24th) Until September 2nd at 11.35pm at The Pleasance, Edinburgh (Venue 33)
Box OFFICE 031 556 6550
WORLD ROOTS MUSIC '
Lunchtime Concerts at St. Johns
I AWATINAS VUJICSICS from with BOLIVA MARTA SEBESTYEN
Winner of the SUNDAY TIMES (SCOTLAND) Maytest Theatre Award
CLYDE UNITY THEATRE
SHANG-A LANG (5.00pm)
"witty and imaginative” - Evening Times
A NIGHT OUT (8.30pm)
Brookside writer's first stage play
KILLING ME SOFTLY (12.05am) "Unexpectedly dellghttul" - The Independent
BEYOND THE RAINBOW (6.45pm) World Premiere by John Binnie
13 August - 2 September VENUE 53
THE CROWN THEATRE 19 Hill Place off Nicolson Street Tickets 2375/2250 from The Crown (4.30pm - midnight) and irom the Fringe Box Office
Also at the Crown Theatre: Dreemwrlght Theatre Company In
CROWN THEATRE BOX OFFICE 031 667 7655
NB.The telephone number printed in the Fringe brochure is incorrect.
"Excellent performances all round... funny. powerful and moving, this
show is well worth a visit." - The Scotsman, Fringe 88
For the first time in the UK. a complete all singing, all dancing Spanish Zarzuela.
Thurs. I7th Fri. I8th Sat. I9fh Aug.
Playhouse Theatre at 7.30pm.
Tickets: £5.00 to €I6.50.
JOHANN KRESNIK'S MACBETH
Bloody and violent dance theatre.
Last 2 performances
Thurs. I7th Aug. at 2.30pm. 8. 7.30pm. King's Theatre Tickets: £4.00 to £I2.50.
Tron Theatre Glasgow. Remember Iain Heggie's I987 Festival Comedy Hit
“A WHOLLY HEALTHY GLASGOW"?
CHURCH HILL THEATRE
I7-I9. 2I -23 Aug. at 7.30pm. Matinees I8, I9, 22 Aug. at 2.30pm. Tickets: £5.50 and £8.00.
THE NATIONAL THEATRE STUDIO
in JOHN CLIFFORD'S New version of
Museums of Scotland.
Yves St. Laurent. Glorious Paintings. Bonnie Prince Charlie. Ravishing Costumes.
The Duke 8. Duchess of Windsor.
All together in the greatest tartan-inspired
Daily until September 9th. Mon-Sat—IOam—7pm. Sun: 2pm-5pm. Admission: £2.00. Concessions £I.00. Upper Library and Talbot Rice Gallery Old College, University of Edinburgh,
Presented in association with the National
YOKOHAMA BOAT THEATRE
Oguri, Hargan, Terufe Hime
St. Brides Centre 2T -26 Aug. at 7.30pm. Matinees 24, 26 Aug. at 2.30pm. Tickets: £5.50 and £8.00.
European Premiere of GAUTAMA BUDDHA Playhouse Theatre 22, 24, 25 Aug. at 7.30pm. Tickets: £4.50 to £I4.00.
Remember his I988 Festival Smash Hit Les Petits Pas? King's Theatre
I9, 20, 21 Aug. at 7.30pm.
Matinee: 2I Aug. at 2.30pm.
Tickets: £3.00 to £8.00.
; PRICE TICKET BOOTH
Open Ipm to 5pm. Including Sundays when a number of unsold tickets are on sale at the
SCHISM IN ENGLAND
Henry VIII, Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Cardinal Wolsey all at the St. Bride's Centre Until I9fh Aug. at 7.30pm. I9 Aug. at 2.30pm. Tickets: £5.50 and £8.00.
Yuri Lyubimov rejoins the Taganka Theatre
Leith Theatre 22, 23, 25, 26 Aug. at 7.30pm. Tickets: £2.50 to £8.00.
Festival Information Centre, British Gas Scotland caravan at the foot of the Mound.
Free 36 Page full colour programme available from the Box Office, 2I Market Street.
The Box Office is open Mon-Sat 9am-6pm. Sundays I00m-5pm. You can make Credit Card
Until I9fh Aug. 7.45pm. Festival Folkopera Leith Theatre Tickets: £3.00 to £9.50.
SALOME—THE PLAY—OSCAR WILDE
Gate Theatre, Dublin in Steven Berkoff's production. Royal Lyceum Theatre
I7, I8, I9 Aug. at 7.30pm. Matinees I7 &
I9 Aug. at 2.30pm. Tickets: £4.50 to £8.00.
22, 23 Aug. at 7.30pm.
25, 26 Aug. at 7.30pm.
National Theatre of Spain
LA CELESTINA THE MAYOR OF ZALAMEA
Royal Lyceum Theatre Tickets: £4.50 to £8.00.
Bookings now by phoning O3I -225 5756.
I2 AUGUST-3 SEPTEMBER I989.
G'I’hc List l8 — 24 August 198‘)