Theatre is listed by city tlrst, then byyenue. running in alphabetical order. Touring shows are listed separately under the relevant heading. Prlces In brackets are the concessionary price. Long running shouts, unless specitled otheanlse, do not run on Sundays.
I CITIZENS' THEATRE Gorbals Street, 429 0022. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am-8pm. Bar. [Access: P, L. Facilities: WC, W8, E, G, R. Help: AA]
Macbeth Fri 6—Sat 28 Oct. 7.30pm. £5 (£ 1) OAPs and Unemployed Free. John Pope , director of Shadow Syndicate and Richard III staged at the Citizen‘s last year, turns his hand to the great Scottish tragedy, Macbeth, and judging his by past work, this production should be well worth a look.
I CRAWEURD THEATRE Jordanhill College, 76 Southbrae Drive, Glasgow. 041 950 3437/3438. [Access: P, R. Facilities: WC, W8, E, G. R, B. Help: A, AA].
Putting It About Mon 2 Oct. 7.30pm. £2. Set in 1992, the play depicts a scenario where the government‘s policy is to put people who have contracted AIDS into ‘hotels‘. The play centres round three women who have contracted the virus by different means and examines how women share common experiences. The Birmingham touring company, Women and Theatre, concentrate on issue-based theatre and most performances (including this one) are followed by a discussion. See Preview. Witch Hunt Thurs 5 Oct. 9.30am & 1.30pm. £1.50. Fablevision use dialougue, movement and live music to depict the story of Christian Shaw, who was
supposedly possessed by the forces of evil. Set in 1697, this world premiere attempts to examine the train Of events which lead to the hanging of six citizens of Renfrewshire. See Preview.
Theatre Sports Thurs 5 Oct. 7.30pm. £2. This seven strong company have been making good down South and return to Glasgow after a Mayfest run. Loosely structured and very live, their improvised humour involves suggestions from the audience.
I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE Cumbernauld. 0236 732887. Box Ofﬁce Mon-Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am-3pm; 6—8pm perf. evgs Bar/Cafe. [Access: PPA, ST. Facilities: WC, W8. G, B. Help: A. AA]. Laurel And Hardy Until Sat 30 Sept. 7.45pm. Thurs £2.50 (£1 .25); Fri & Sat£4 (£2). The newly formed Actors Theatre of Scotland teams Forbes Masson and Ronald Simon in Tom McGrath‘s affectionate study of Stan and Ollie. It‘s a must for fans of the duo and if their appeal has always alluded you. this production will make you think again.
Satellite Thurs 12 Oct—Sat 21 Oct. 7.45pm. Mon—Wed £2 (£1); Thurs—Sat £3 (£1 .50). Having received funding for a permanent community drama teacher. about 400 residents of Cumbernauld have got together to perform a play based on life in Cumbernauld today. The production contains singing and dancing choreographed by the Rotating Dancers. I EAST KILRRIDE VILLAGE THEATRE Maxwell Drive, 03552 48669.
I The Hard Man Fri 298m 30 Sept. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2). The Phoenix Theatre Company tackle this popular modern play about growing up on the wrong side of the law in the Gorbals, co-written by Tom McGrath and hardman Jimmy Boyle. Godspell Mon 9—Sat 14 Oct. 7 .30pm. £13 (£1.50). Having toured their production of the 705’ relic to Ballerup in Denmark, St Bride‘s Music and Drama Association bring the rock opera to East Kilbride. St
Brides have chosen to set the action in a mock circus intending to make the audience characters in the show as well. I FORUM ARTS CENTRE Martyrs‘ School. Parson Street.
Movement/Mime Workshop Wed 11 Oct. 7pm. £2. Performance Exchange offer workshops for professional performers. Tonight‘s movement and mime session is lead by Katy Duke.
I GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street, 221 4526. [Access: PPA, R. Facilities: WC, R, G. Help: A, AA]. Observe The Sons 01 Ulster Marching Towards the Somme Until Sat 30 Sept. 7.30pm. £2 (£1). Another one back from the Edinburgh Fringe and performed by members of the Centre. Frank MacGuiness‘ study of WW1 soldiers dealing not just with the enemy, but also with their own religion and politics. Festival Of Special Educational Needs Mon 2—Thur 12 Oct. The first week will include two performances for trainees and three one day workshops for staff and the second week involves workshops for trainees given by Centre Ocean Stream and Kathakali.
I KILMARDINNY ARTS CENTRE 50 Kilmardinny Avenue, Beardsen, 943 0312.
Cora Wed 4 Oct. 8pm. See Touring. Vicorla Regina/The Lessons 0t Lite ch ll—Sat 14 Oct. 7.30pm. The Kilmardinny Theatre Group perform an AB Housman play and a comedy by T.W. Robertson.
I KINGS THEATRE Bath Street. Box Office. Mon—Sat noon—6pm. 4 bars. Phone bookings, Ticket Centre, Candleriggs, Mon—Sat 10.30am-8pm, 227 5511. [Access: P, L. Facilities: WC, R,G. Help: A, AA].
Hay Fever Until Sat 30 Sept. 7.30pm. £4.50—£7. Noel Coward‘s comedy of manners in which the Bliss family pick on their unwitting guests until they drive them away. See Preview.
BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
FRIDAY 6th OCTOBER - SATURDAY 28th OCTOBER 1989
The Pride Of The Clyde Mon 2-Sat 14 Oct. 7.30pm. Sat mat 3pm. £2—£4.50. Put together by Radio Clyde. produced by King‘s High Jamie Phillips and compered by Johnny Beattie, Scottish variety talent takes to the glittering stage yet again. Acts include Alan Stewart. Stewart Anderson and Dorothy Paul.
Arts For Nicaragua Sun 8 Oct. 7.30pm. £3—£8. After a visit to Nicaragua on a cultural delegation, this group has been formed to heighten awareness of the current situation in Nicaragua. Many Scottish talents have come together for this concert including performers from Naked Video, City Ligh'ts. The Funny Farm and the theatre group Wildcat, plus music from half of Fairground Attraction. I MITCHELL THEATRE Granville Street. 221 3198. Box Office Mon—Sat noon-8pm. Bar. Cafe. Tickets also available from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs, 227 5511 Mon—Sat 10.30am—6.30pm. [Access: PPA, ST. Facilities: WC. W5. G, R. B. Help: A, AA].
Stepping Out Mon 2—Fri 7 Oct. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2). Performed by the Pantheon Club, one of Glasgow‘s oldest amateur dramatic groups, this play concentrates on a ladies tap dance class.
I OLD ATHENAEUM THEATRE 179 Buchanan St. 332 5127.
There is no theatre ofworkshops in Glasgow this issue.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street, Paisley, 887 1010. Box Office open Tue—Sun noon—8.30pm. Bar (open noon—11pm Tue-Sat; l2.30—2.30pm & 6.30—11pm Sun. Meals served). Cafe (open noon—l 1pm). [Access: PPA, ST. Facilities: WC. W5. E, G. R. B. Help: A. AA].
Someday Soon Sat 30 Oct. 8pm. £4 (£20. Pocket Theatre Company, a group of actor musicians. recreate the dance band era in a drama written by Crispin Harris. Cora Tue 8pm. £3 (£1.50). See Touring Beyond The Rainbow Fri 6 Oct. 8pm. £4
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