I Brandon Parade, Motherwell Noon—2pm. International circus from The High Five. plus entertainment from Roland Miller and local performers.


I Buchanan Street Noon. Another performance by France‘s Les Applicateurs. 1.30pm. Colourful traditional Indian music. costume and dance from the Prahalad Natak Project. I Glasgow Green 1pm. High levelcircus acrobatics by Les Macadam Phenomenes. I Paisley Arts Centre Noon—2pm. Paisley gets a chance to see highlights from Streetbiz as The Happy End‘s Glasgow Street Band. The High Five. Roland Miller and other local performers provide a mixture of music and circus entertainment.


I Buchanan Street, Central Station, George Square Noon—2pm. Anarchic character comedy from The Desperate Men, motorbike tricks by Stephane the Bike. local performers and additional entertainers from all over Britain.


I Buchanan Street, Central Station, George Square Noon—2pm. See Monday 21.


I Buchanan Street, Central Station, George Square, Sauchiehall Street Noon—2pm. More from The Desperate Men, today joined by The Grand Theatre of Lemmings. Narvalo (France). Kamposki, Oli (both Germany) and a selection of local performers.


I Buchanan Street, Central Station, George Square Noon—2pm. same line-up as Wed 23 except that Stephane the Bike fills in for Narvalo.



I THE TBAMWAY Old Museum ot Transport, Albert Drive 423 9527. Le Dortolr (The Dormitory). Fri 18—Tue 22 Aug 8pm. £6 (£4). Carbon 14, the Quebecois company who perform this asmospheric work, are part ofthe Montreal dance scene which is producing exciting work and innovative dance companies. such as La La La Human Steps seen at the Theatre Royal in July. performing to a grossly undersized audience. This fantasy piece may reach the same heights as La La La‘s wonderful performance and should not be missed on its only British date in a world tour. I ROBIN ANDERSON THEATRE 261 West Princes Street. 331 2931. Tickets also available from Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 5511. Shaktl-The Power of Women Thurs i7—Sat 19 Aug 7.30pm. Devised by the London based Pan Project. the solo performance

from Mallika Sarabhai, who gave a wonderful performance as Draupadi in Peter Brook‘s Mahabharata, is accompanied by three musicians. The piece draws on mythical. historical and modern India to convey images ofwomen resisting oppression in a male-dominated


I INTERNATIONAL STREET FESTIVAL 204 4059. All events are promoted by StreetBiz and are free.

The Prahalad Natak Sat 19 Aug 1.30pm. Buchanan Street. A spectacular acrobatic dance which embodies the folk, classical and tribal traditions ofOrissa, accompanied by a chorus of singers and musicians.

Les Macadam Phenomenes Fri 18 Aug 12.30pm, George Square; Sat 19 Aug 1pm. Glasgow Green. Comic. eccentric open-air aerial act.

Naivan Wed 23 Aug noon—2pm. Buchanan Street. Central Station. George Square and Sauchiehall Street. French flying trapeze artists.

Kamposki Wed 23 & Thurs 24 Aug noon—2pm, Buchanan Street. Central Station. George Square and Sauchiehall Street. Acrobatic Dancers from Germany.

I THEATRE ROYAL Hope Street. 331 1234/332 9000.

New York Ballet 6—10 September. The next dance event at the Theatre Royal is the revered New York Ballet Company who make this the only British date in a world tour. They are performing two programmes over the five days.


I DANCE FACTORY I42 Calder Street. 423 9430.

The Dance Factory is open for a variety of classes during the week, both evening and daytime. For example, Jazz (Beginners) at 6.45pm on Mondays. Ballet at 6.45pm on Wednesdays and Ballroom and Latin at 7.30pm on Fridays. There are also a variety of classes for children from a pre-school age in ballet, tap, modern theatre dance, Highland, baton twirling and RAD Ballet. Phone for more details. I GLASGOW ACADEMY OF DANCE 2/6, 19 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's on offer. Phone for details ofdaily

. classes.

Open Elementary Ballet Mondays 7.30—9pm.

Lunchtime Stretch Tuesdays

12.30pm—1 . 15pm. Good for city centre workers.

Beginners Jazz Wednesdays 6.30—8pm. Beginners Tap Thursdays 5.30—6.30pm. Advanced Ballet Thursdays 6.30—8pm. Contemporary Beginners/Elementary Fridays 6.30—8pm.

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


I GRACEMOUNT LEISURE CENTRE 22 Gracemount Drive. 658 1940. All classes are £1.75 (90p) per session and are held on a casual basis for women only.

Aerobics Monday 10—1 1am. Free creche. Fitness Weights for over 40s Mondays. 10—noon. Free creche.

Fitness Weights 14—18 yrs, Wednesdays 6—7pm.

Aerobics Beginners, Wednesdays 7-8pm. Aerobics Intermediate. Wednesdays 8—9pm.

Fitness Weights Wednesdays. 7—9pm. Aerobics Fridays, 10.10—10.50am. Free creche.

Stretch and Tone Gentle Exercise Fridays. 11—11.30am. Free creche.

Fitness Weights Saturdays. 10—noon. Free creche.


I Music is listed as diary: by day, then by city, then by event.



I Glasgow Festival at British Youth Orchestras Stevenson Hall, RSAMD, 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £3.50 (OAPs £2/children, students. unemployed, disabled free). Attractive programme from Kent's Lydian Youth Orchestra including Mendelssohn‘s Violin Concerto, Mozart‘s Haffner and the Cookham Coneertino by Bryan Kelly.


I Glasgow Festival at British Youth Orchestras Stevenson Hall, RSAMD, 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £3.50 (OAPs£2/children. students, unemployed. disabled free). The RSAMD Junior Dept Orchestra are at home for Bizet‘s Carmen, Handel‘s Water Music. Les Preludes by Liszt, Vivaldi‘s La Notte and the Jubilee Suite by John McCabe.


I Glasgow Festival or British Youth Orchestras Stevenson Hall, RSAMD, 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £3.50 (OAPs £2/children, students,


unemployed, disabled free). Another chance to hear John McCabe‘sJubiIee Suite. but this time with Walton's Viola Concerto (soloist Christopher Yates), the Swan of Tuonela by Sibelius and Brahms’ 3rd Symphony, all played by Bedfordshire County Youth Orchestra.


I Music at the Burrell Lecture Theatre. Burrell Collection. Pollok Country Park, 2060 Pollokshaws Road, 649 7151 . Tickets at door. 12.30pm. Extra date: Tue 29. £2.50 (£1 .50). Handyworks Puppet Co present an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's The Emperor andthe Nightingale with music specially composed by Jeremy Randalls. Likely to appeal to older children and adults.


I West Side Story City Hall, Candleriggs, 2275511. 7.30pm. OAPs.children. students. unemployed, disabled. Young Scots £1 . Concert version of Bernstein/Sondheim Broadway classic, with opportunity for the audience to sing along with hit songs Maria, America, Tonightand Gee, ()ffieer Krupkee.


I Glasgow Festival at British Youth Orchestras Stevenson Hall, RSAMD, 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £3.50 (OAPs £2/children, students, unemployed, disabled free). After a short break, the youth orchestras are back in full swing with Fife Youth Orchestra and Glinka, Bizet, Britten, and Beethoven’s 5th Symphony.

Peanuts Hucko, Glasgow Society ot Musicians, Saturday 19.

The vacuum created by the demise of Plattorm is soon to be tilled by a new organisation to promote jazz in Scotland. It will concentrate on supporting local musicians, organising venues and creating a solid base tor the music. Funding is by the Scottish Arts Council and itwill be based in Glasgow.

For the moment, Glasgow gets a visit lrom a star of the mammoth Edinburgh Jazz Festival. 70-year-old American clarinettist extraordinaire Peanuts Hucko is back in Scotland with singer


Louise Tobin, and they play Glasgow with a line local quartet of Tom Finlay on piano; Jimmy Feighan, vibes; Ricky Steele, bass; and Murray Smith on drums.

With Glenn Miller and later Benny Goodman where he played the tenor sax— Hucko reverted back to clarinet when he joined Armstrong's All Stars. He has worked continually since then, and is now a regular visitor to Europe. A show tor those who love jazz in the mainstream, and anyone who wants to hear one of the most technically advanced players.

(Norman Chalmers)

78 The List 18— 24 August 1989