"The Traverse continues to lead the Fringe with undiminished force and energy” (Observer)

1989 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL FRINGE 89 OF ’The Best Performance Venue at the Fringe’ (The Independent)

11am after midnight 162 performances from 9 British and International WE HAVE ' Companies. 4 Traverse Company productions c Theatre Studio U Nikitskikh Vorot (Moscow) Market Theatre/Mouthpeace Theatre (South Africa) ~ The KOSh ISIS (Canada) - Dancer Frank McConnell 8: Co. (Scotland) - Yorik Theatre Terry Beck Troupe (USA) (England) a Ken Campbell (England) - Made in Wales Stage Co. (Cardiff) . Les Bubb Neil Oram (England). . . Plus another series Traverse/Independent newspaper conferences, and The nghl Slze

CENSORED readings of banned plays. The Wilde Players BOX OFFICE - 03l-226 2633 . Fusion

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YEARS YEARS 300 BOOKS 1689-1989 _ AN exhibition of highlights to markthe 300-yeartradition ol the National Library of Scotland. Everything lrom rare manuscripts to the world’s smallest book. I July-ll November. Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.00pm (Festival 9.30am- 8.30pm). Sat 9.30am-l.00pm Sun 2.00pm-5.00pm. Admission Free.

National library of Scotland, R George I VBridge, Edinburgh EH7 I E W Tel. 031-226 4531 (J

Roy Bailey & Leon Rosselson Monster Machine (drama workshops for 5 - 9 year olds) The Puss (exhibition) The Absolut Club (nightly cabaret)



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.23“): Travel Around the World and 850 milen years g. back to the past with your personal audio guide at your side. i The new Soundalive KM? . audio tour of the D S famous plant houses at the Royal Botanic BAR 8: BISTRO . Garden Can take you on Come andtry our variedand changing menu a trip to the tropics and and extensive wine list in a back in 40 minutes warm and friendly atmosphere. Without even leaving toe-128 BROUGHTON STREET, EDINBURGH, 031 557 2377 Edinburgh ~- ' 1 The National Association of Youth Orchestras Available from the m . . presents the 10th Anniversary Pl . . _ .. ,, is ant House Rece tlon s EDINBURGH FESTIVAL or Area lOam_5 m p ~ * * BRITISH YOUTH ORCHESTRAS p DOW BPI’UWI CentralHall,Tol|cross, Edinburgh Only 31 (50p children) Take-S” ‘1 T011",

12 August—2 September: concerts at 12.30pm and 7. 30pm Opening Concert l l 2 August at 7. 30pm) by the new D I IVE BRITISH YOUTH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA conductor: Sir Charles (Iroves clarinet: Emma Johnson Young Musician ofthe Year 1984 I (luest orchestras -- Dutch National Youth Orchestra and AnchorageYouth Symphony, Alaska, plus over 30 different performanceslw top British youth orchestras and ensembles , B N Full details in Fringe Programme Tickets: Fringe Box Office or Queen’s Hall Box Office (tel: ()31 226 51 38 or 031668 2019) £3.50 (OAPs £2); lunchtimes £1 .50 (OAPs £1)

children/students/unemployed/disabled FREE

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