Ir THEY'RE SINGING, DANCING AND
PAINTING GLASGOW, IT MUST BE
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ovember 13th, or December 24th,
or any other day next year. I I I That’s because Glasgow is Cultural Capital of " if Europe 1990. And we’re celebrating with thousands of different cultural events from around the world. Adding to our already extra- ordinary cultural heritage.
Right from the start there’s non-stop music. Though who’s complaining, with a line-up ranging from Chris Rea through Polish choral music to Indian drumming?
‘ There’s plenty to applaud in our theatres too - Russian opera, Scottish ballet, Glenda Jackson, and if the horror film festival doesn’t get you screaming, Robbie Coltrane certainly will.
In sport, Britain takes on
the rest of Europe at tug of war
(no, not all at once). And watch out, some wild animals are on the loose — the American footballers.
Or maybe you’d rather come up and see our etchings; Picasso’s that is. As well as Palestinian
painting, Degas, and the many local street artists who’ll be decorating taxis, pillar boxes, even office blocks.
Can you handle so much culture? If not, the Buddhists’ meditation course should calm you down.
But ﬁrst you’ll need to know when this and other events are on. So send off the coupon for a brochure today. Then who knows what you could be doing _ on January 28th, ‘ _ ’5- February 11th,, ‘ March'lst. . . '-
15 DEC-30 MAR: Springburn Museum: Get Knitted. lSJAN-l6 FEB: Killing Me Softly 'Ibur': Cyde Unity Theatre. touring various venues.
16 JAN and every 'Ihesday: Glasgow Buddhist Centre: In- troductory Meditation Course.
17 JAN-l5 FEB: People's Palace: East End
If Banners. The Fabric ofGIasgow 22 JAN-9 FEB: Elder
Park Library: Andrew Hay — ’ainting in the community. 29 JAN: City Hall: Chinese New Year.
6 MAR-25 MAR: Cumbernauld Theatre: 'lbkyo 'IYip.
12 MAR-l APR: ‘Ma Mammy's Story' Part 2: Clyde Unity Theatre. touring various venues. 1() JAN-DEC: Kelvin- grove Art Gallery: Keeping Glasgow in Stitches.
21/24 FEB? Scottish ()pera: Die Fledermaus.
13 JAN:" Scottish National Orchestra: Dvorak. Martinu. 2 FEB:* Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Prokofiev, Dvorak. 28 FEB:“ Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Bartok. Schubert. 4 MAR: Chris Rea concert. 11 MAR:"‘ City of Glasgow Philharmonic Orchestra: Light Classics.
16 MAR:" Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Killmayer. Haydn.
20 MAR:‘ Cracow Philharmonic ()rchestra: P *nderecki. MAR: Tabla Maestro: Zakir Ssain. Indian drum player.
THEATRE 25 JAN-24 FEBz‘ 'IYamway: Jock 'I‘amson's Bairns, 13-17 FEBz‘ Kings Theatre: Mistero Buffo. 2 FEB-3 MAR:"' Citimns Theatre: Enrico Four. 3-5, 7-10 MAR:" 'IYamway: Freaks. 9 MAR-31 MARz' Citimns Theatre: Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. 19 MAR-21 APRz‘ Tramway: John Brown's Body. 4 MAY-2 J L'Nz' Citizens Theatre: Mother Courage with Glenda Jackson.
THE TEWN IN HEGMANAY.
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16 MARCH: Scottish Senior Wrestling Championships. 3() MAR-1 APR: British Volleyball Championships.
DANCE 5 JAN-24 MARz‘ Third Eye Centre: New Moves — experi- mental dance and movement from Britain and abroad. 16-24 MAR: "' Theatre Royal: The Scottish Ballet.
27-28 FEB: “‘ Tramway: Gregory Nash Dance Group.
21 APR: Highland Dance Championships.
EXHIBITIONS l3 JAN-3 MAR: Glasgow University Hunterian Art Gal- Iery: The Art of the Print. Part 1. 15 JAN-25 FEB: BurrelI Collection: Degas' Images of Women. 24 JAN-11 MAR: McLelIan Galleries: The British Art Show 1990. 27 JAN-1.APR: Art Gallery and Museum Kelvingrove: The Year ofthe Horse. 10 FEB-8 MAR: Compass Gallery: Five Girls from Glas- gow. 23 FEB-25 MAR: People's Palace: Palestinian Cultural Exhibition. 3 MAR-24 MAR: Glasgow Print Studio: Douglas Thomson — Paintings & Prints. 3 MAR-l APR: Street Level Photography Gallery: Roger ’almer — Lost at Sea. 1() M AR-5 APR: Compass Gallery: Philip Reeves — Recent Works. 10 MAR-21 APR: Third Eye Centre: Steven Campbell — New Paintings & Drawings. 27 MAR- 13 MAY: McLeIIan Galleries: Glasgow's Great British Art Exhibition.
'SPECIAL EVENTS 26 JAN: Hospitality Inn: Burns Supper. 16 FEB- 19 FEB: Glasgow Arts Centre: Big Noise — Events for young people. 11 MAR: SECC: BA FTA Awards Cere- mony. 31 MAR-l APR: City Chambers: Glasgow Comic Art Conference. 4-27 MAY: ‘ Mayfest. a key European festival oftheatre. dance. music and performing arts — the biggest and best yet. ‘Tickets are available now for these events — phone 041227 5511. (No booking fee).
Please send me my free colour brochure about I Glasgow 1990.
27 JAN: Scottish Kendo Champships: Burnhill. 26-28 JAN: Dextro Scottish
Return to Glasgow 1990. PO. Box 88. Glasgow,
National Squash. 4 FEB: Scottish Men‘s Cup Basketball.
or telephone: 041-204 4400.
23 FEB: GB v. German Republic
Athletics. . 5-? MARCH: European
‘9 0 Athletic Coaches Con- ‘. ference.
CULTURAL CAPITAL 9f EUR9PE.