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THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY PLAY
A WORLD PREMIERE sponsored by
THE FISHER BOY AND
THE HONEST LASS
(A Musselburgh Reel) By Donald Campbell
Directed by Charles Nowosielski Musical Direction by
28 February - 17 March Evenings at 7.30 pm
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GEORGE SQUARE THEATRE Edinburgh TUES 13th - SAT 17th MAR —7.30pm Daily— Tickets Tues-Thurs £6 & £4.50
Fri 8. Sat £8 & £6.50 available from Box Office, Playhouse Theatre.
Tel: 031 557 2590
NOTE: THIS PRODUCTION IS UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 14.
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I SCOTTISH MASK AND PUPPET CENTRE 8 Balcarres Avenue. Kelvindale. 3396185. The centre is open Tue—Sat 10am—5pm and Sun 2—5pm. A 30-minute talk and tour round the centre costs £1 (75p). Workshops and information is available by appointment (the centre's library contains over 800 titles).
Masks and Puppets from the Caricature Theatre Collection limit 28 Mar. £1 (Sop). Splendid and varied display ofpuppets from (‘ardiff's now defunct (‘aricatu re Theatre. The greatest shame is that the puppets are not being put to their intended
Puppets and People Tue 20 Mar—Tue 22 May. 7.30—9.30pm. £45 (£40). A ten week introduction to different kinds of puppetry for adults with a rnulti-cultural over-view of puppet theatre around the world. Masks and Masking Wed 21 Mar- Wed 23 May. 7.30prn—‘).30pm. £45 (£40). A ten week course looking at the historical emergence of the mask and its place in modern theatre.
I 7284 OFFICES 302 Buchanan Street. Acting Workshops Iivery Sunday 1 1.30am. Playwright and tutor Lynn Bains leads the weekly class in association with 7:84. More details on 0592 773679.
I THE SHELTER 7 Renfrew(’ourt. Renfrew Street.
The Comedy Shop Fri to Mar. See Cabaret. The Actors Shelter Iivery Monday. 7.30pm. A new informal meeting place and information exchange for actors based in Scotland. Initiallyoperatingasa
club drop-in centre. it is hoped that a series of workshops will be developed in the coming months. Plans are also afoot for an equivalent branch in Iidinburgh.
I THEATRE ROYAL I lope Street. 331 1234. Box Office Mon-Sat 10am—6pm. (7.30pm on perfevgs). Bar. Buffet. |Access: I’. PI’A. R. Facilities: WC. WS. Ii. (3. R. B. IIelp: AA].
The Comedy of Errors L'rttil Sat 10 Mar. 7.30pm. Sat Mat 2.30pm. £3.50—£l2.50. The [English Shakespeare (‘ornpany arrives in town on a national tourof
Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken idetttity. See Review.
The Guinness Scottish Ballet Season Iiri louSat 24 Mar. Sat Mat 17 1k 24. £3.50—£12.50. See Dance Listings.
I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521 . ('afe open 1 lam—2.30pm ‘I‘ue -I’ri and during evening performances. |Access: PI’A. 1.. Facilities: W('. WS. Ii. (3. R. B. Ilelp: AA].
New Moves See Dance Listings for details of DVR's Danee residency and the many exciting performances in the New .I’Irn'i's
I TRAMWAY THEATRE Albert Drive. 423 9527. Tickets from 'I‘icket ('entre 041 227 551 l [I Ielp: AA]
Voice Class 'I’hurs S. Thurs l5 & 'l'hurs 22 Mar. 2-—3.30pm. £4 (£3 members). Iivery Thursday afternoon until 5 Apr. Iilspeth Macnaughton will be leading this Performance Iixchange class for professional performers. She'll be giving special attention to voice in text and you are asked to bring along a short piece of learned prose or poetry. (‘all 227 5557 for
details. See also Blackfriars aboy e. —] Freaks’t‘hurs S—Sat Ill Mar. Spin. £o.50 (£3.50). I'ncompromising theatrical reworking of'I'od Browning‘s W32 rnoy ie set in a circtrs where one of the ‘frcaks‘
Highly-rated when it played the Dublin Festival last year. See Review.
John Brown's Body'l‘ue 20 Sat 3t Mar .v Mon 9- Sat 21 Apr. 7pm. £(r ( £3). .lolin Mc(irath learns up with Wildcat once more in the follow-up to last year's Iron/er Warfare. The new play is an epic \ ision ol the class struggle taken from a ( 'lydeside perspective with a stage set of monumental proportions. See Preview. I TRON THEATRE (i3 'l‘rongate. 552 43o“. Box Office 'l‘ue»~-Sat Noon Sprn; Sun 1230—] lprn. Closed Mondays. [Access: R. SI. Facilities: “8. Ii. (i. R. B. I lelp: AA].
Brus (Berwicho Bannockburn) t not Sun tt Mar. 7.30pm. £5 ( £2.50). (ieorgc Byatt's Play based on the ascent of Robert the Bruce makes use of Scots and Iinglish. poetry and prose. A new production of a highly-rated play by Theatre PKI‘. In an effort to emphasise the contemporary relevance of the 19% Berwick massacre. a discussion follow s each pcrlorrnancc. Sec Review.
New Moves'l‘ue 13 Sun IS Mar. 7.30pm. See Dance Listings.
When the Rough Breaks 'l'hurs t5 Hi to Mar. 10pm. £5 (£2.50). Paul I’inson ot the award-winning Mandela 'l'heatre
(‘ompany joins forces with American (‘onnexion to direct the British premiere of this 1986 American drama by Robert ('lyrnan. The play is based around the emotionally charged issue of premature childbirth and around the dilemma of a couple faced by the prospects of bringing a severely handicapped child irtto the world. Winner of a couple ofState-side awards. When (he [furry/1 Breaks is a challenging play about a difficult problem. (iregg Ward and Donna ( )rlando star. See Review.
L'Amfiparnaso ‘I'ue 3o Sun 35 Mar. 7.30pm. 15 I £25“). 'l’r'estle 'I'lteatre. always favourites in the Izdinburgh
Iiringe. on tour with their l-.’i-ery(lay Story (if/restaurant l’o/k. lt's art tip-dated version ofa I598 comic opera by ()ra/io Vecchi. Music. masks and food. See Review.
Trestle Workshop 'I'hurs 22 Mar. 2 3.30pm. £2. Limited places on this rare opportunity to work with 'I‘restle on Mask 'l‘echnique. (‘ontact Annie Houston Reddick on 041 552 3748 in advance.
I ADAM HOUSE THEATRE ( ‘hambers Street.
Arsenic and Old Lace 'l‘hurs s Sat lllMar. 7.30pm. £2. Iidinburgh l’niversity ‘s Alternative Iintertainrncnt (‘ompany perform Joseph Kesselring's black farce made I‘arnotis by the l‘)44('ary (irant movie.
]50 The List ‘) — 22 March 1990