A year ago, Ronald Reagan was President of the United States, Eastern Europe was Communist, Glasgow wasn't City of Culture, and no-one had heard of Neneh Cherry, Thatcher's green policies or faking orgasms in a restaurant. Andrew Bumet stares hard

into his crystal ball to preview some of the names and events expected to make waves in the year to come.

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I When Harry Met Annie Henry VIII met Anne of (‘leyes 45” years agoon Mon 1. She became his fourth wile within five days. for six months; alter which she got oil with a divorce.


I New Moves Beginning on Sat 6. and continuing until March. the Third liye ('entre's annual season of dance workshops and performances will be led by Lloyd Newson and

Nigel ('harnoek oi the excellent I)\'H dance Company.

Spillane publishes I'lrv Killing .lImi his first nos el for 1‘) years. on Mon 15. I Degas‘ Images 0! Women From Mon IS. the Burrell presents a major exhibition demonstrating the French Impressionists obsession w ith women.

I Hue And Cry'I'he brothers Kane bounce back on Sat 20. alter l’at's (ahem ) throat troubles forced them to abandon the 37 NOV gig. ‘l'ickets ltir the original date are still valid.

I Simply Red become (‘lydesiders torone night at the Sli(‘('on Sunll.

I Commonwealth Games Our lads and lasstes compete lor those cos eted medals in Auckland. New Zealand from Wed 24 until Sat 3 Feb.

I McLellan Galleries Ant-r three years' closure lor refurbishment. the grand old exhibition roomson (ilasgow'sSauehiehall A

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I Born-again Mickey '