New Beginnings is bringing Soviet art to Glasgow from 27 Oct until 3 Dec and features film, theatre, dance, rock, classical music and painting, Russian-style. The List has three pairs of tickets for each of a selection of exciting performances

overthe next month or so and they are up for grabs in this simple competition! On 9 November you can win tickets to see the Tron Theatre Company team up with

Moscow's finest in a Scottish production of Cinzano, a play about three young Muscovlfes guzzling their way through a crate of booze (9—26 Nov). Then there is the Leningrad Puppet Theatre Studio on Thurs 23 Nov performing three tarces by Anton Chekhov for adults (23-25 Nov). And lorthe more musically-minded, there are tickets for either of the Pekarsky Percussion Ensemble performances (18 & 19

Nov) which mix an element of theatre into their hugely popular and energetic

percussive music. All you have to do is answer the question and state which performance you’d prefer and return the form quickly by 4 Nov when the draw will take place.

Which other play by Anton Chekhov is being performed at the Tron by the Lithuanian State Theatre?

Preferred Performance:

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Send to NEW BEGINNINGS COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TE.


Artwork Publishing have released their magnificent new Charles Rennie Mackintosh ‘Classic Edition’ calendar in time for 1990. This beautiful, lull-colour calendar measures 17in x 20in and features examples of Mackintosh’s work as a

designer, architect and painter. They'll be available in outlets across Central Scotland, but if you fancy your chances of winning one, The List has 20 worth £16.95 each -to give away! Just answerthe question and return the form by 15 November when the draw will take place.

If you‘d like an Artwork Publishing catalogue, featuring some 700 fine art and photographic Images, write to 8 Galliford Road, Maldon, Essex CM9 7XD.

In What year did Charles Rennie Mackintosh die?

A: 1919 B: 1922 021928

Send to MACKINTOSH CALENDAR COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TE.

84 The List 27 October 9 November 1989

JJ Cale is back in business after a six-year break and his new LP, Travel-Log is released on 30 Oct. Fans will be pleased to hearthat he‘s lost none of the charm of his patent blend of rock 8. roll and blues & country, all characterised by his fluid guitar style. The List has six CD samplers featuring live tracks from the new album to give away. All you have to do is answer the question and return the form by 15 November when the draw will take place.

Which famous blues guitarist (and List cover star at the beginning of the year) had a hit in 1970 with After Midnight, a song written by JJ Cale?

Name ...................................... .. Address ................................... ..

SendtoJJCALE COMPETITION, ., The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TE.

‘Aaagh! I've forgotten my bottle opener!‘

A. Brown's caption turned out to be the best of a not very inspiring bunch ofsuggestions, and for her effort she wins a framed, limited edition print of the Newcastle Brown Ale cat and bottle of ale poster.

The full name of the poet who wrote ‘Old Possum‘s Book of Practical Cats‘ is Thomas Stearns Eliot and the hit song from Catsthal wasn’t derived from a poem in the bookwas Memory. John Whiteford (Falkland ) andJ. Soutar (Edinburgh) both won a pair oftickets to see Cats at the Playhouse. Edinburgh.

Nic Roeg's film which featured a character based on Albert Einstein was lnsignificance. People to win tickets lorthe latest Einstein variant, Young Einstein, showing atCannon Cinemas were: Barbara Balmer, Susan Wilkinshaw, Robert Robertson (all Glasgow). William Pickering (Motherwell), Paul Weaver (Stirling), Michael Oglethorpe, Douglas Shirlaw (both Edinburgh) and Mandy Gallacher(lnverkeithing).

The sequence of Star Trek movies goes as follows: The Motion Picture. The Wrath of Khan. The Search for Spock. The Voyage Home and The Final Frontier. The following people won tickets for the latest instalment, showing at Cannon Cinemas: James Mabon (Paisley), Gayle McDonald (Newton Mearns), Duncan Booker, Fiona Featherstone. John Calder (all Glasgow), Malcolm Matthew, Stuart Redden and Frank Rolinson (all Edinburgh).

Joe Jackson's recent orchestral LP was called Will Power and the following people won tickets to see Jackson in concert atthe Glasgow Pavilion: Edward Harrison, Alistair Outhie. Alexander Livingstone (all Glasgow). A. Dorin (Aviemore) and Kenny

Donnelly (Edinburgh).

Just about everybody seemed to knowthat a futon is a natural bed, ideal forsmall rooms. also usable as a sofa, with orthopaedic qualities, and thatTessa Sanderson and Anita Roddick both own futons by Shuch Design. The first prize winner was Clive Young (Glasgow) who will be getting a Subarashi base and a six-ply futon. Double six-ply futons were won by S. Hyde (Glasgow) and Sonia Fioshcnick (Edinburgh). Several people were entered into Shuch‘s national competition and stand a chance of winning the chance to sleep on a futon anywhere in the world of theirchoice.

I Only one entry perperson/per competition. it you are entering more than one competition you need use only one envelope, but please make sure thatthe names of ALL the competitions you are entering are clearly marked on the outside. Employees of The List are ineligibleto enter. The decision of the competitions editor is final. Winners will be notified by post or phone. There are no cash alternatives to the prizes offered. Winners' names will be published ina future edition of The List.