I hasbeenlessprolificthan CABARET/
in the 705 and early 805. when he was turning out songs of brilliance like ‘Winter in America'. ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised‘, ‘The Bottle‘ and ‘B-Movie‘. His band are sure to be acookin‘ jazz-funk outfit, whatever happens.
I Capersalllie Pavilion Theatre, Renﬁeld Street. 8pm. £6 (£4), £5 (£2.50). Top Scottish band mixing synths, bass and traditional instruments with Karen Matheson‘s moving vocals in Gaelic and English.
I The Journalists Renfrew Ferry. 6pm. £5 (£2.50). See Sat 19.
I Tracy Nelson Renfrew Ferry. 11.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Sat 19.
I The Lambs oi God Old Athenaeum Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Sat 19.
I The Olisiii Variations Tron Theatre. 10.30pm. L5 (£2.50), £4 (£2). See Fri 18
I Paddy’s MarileITron Theatre. 7.30pm. £6(£3)
I Rory Bremner Renfrew Ferry. 8.30pm. £6 (£3).
See Sun 20.
I Emo Philips King‘s
Theatre. 7.30pm. £7 (£4). :
£6 (£3), £5 (£2.50). See Sun 20.
I Evelyn Glennie Henry Wood Hall. 8pm. £6.50 (£3). The ubiquitous percussionist extraordinaire and her accompanist Philip Smith in a programme ofmusic with special emphasis on marimba, including Wind in the Bamboo Grove by Keiko Abe, Concertfor Marimba by Ny Rosauro and John McLeod's Song ofDionysius. premiered by Miss Glennie at last July‘s BBC Henry Wood Proms.
I Five/Uneven. Colleen Ann and Jesus Lovesthe Little Cowgirls Mitchell
. Theatre. 7pm. £5 (£2.50).
The first visit to Britain from Seattle-based
I Sweetie OFT. 8.30pm. £2.90(£1.90/£1.30). See Fri 18.
I Monsieur liire GFT. 6pm. £2.90 (£1 .90/£1 .30) Patrice Leconte's masterly Simenon adaptation follows the
strange relationship that
evolves between a young woman and the reclusive
older man, who watches
her at night, when they
both find themselves
caught up in a murder investiagion. Atmospheric,
with an effectively understated Michael Nyman score.
I The Journalists Renfrew
Ferry. 6pm. £5 (£2.50). See Sat 19.
I Hank Wangtoni Renfrew
Ferry. 11.30pm. £6 (£3). Ironic that Britain’s
' best-known country singer I should be famous for ‘ sending the genre up,
albeit with undisputed affection. First ofthree nights at the Ferry.
I The Lambs oi Cod Old Athenaeum Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Sat 19.
I Sailmalter Crawfurd Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). TAG revives Alan Spence‘s nostalgic and poetic play about growing up in Glasgow. I Paddy’s Market Tron Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£3) Fixed seating; £5 (£2.50) Promenade. See Fri 18. I Only An Excuse? Clyde Theatre, Clydebank. 7.30pm. £6 (£3.50). See Fri 18.
; reconstructing the ﬁrst
I Rory Bremner Renfrew Ferry. 8.30pm. £6 (£3). See Sun 20.
I William Conway and Peter Evans Henry Wood Hall. 8pm. £6 (£3). SCO principal cellist and the
distinguished pianist Peter
Evans get gogether for a French and Spanish programme of Debussy, Poulenc, Frank Martin
performance in 1454 for Philip of Burgundy, when a choir was at one end ofa banqueting hall and at the other were no less than 28 musicians under the crust of a large pie. Four-and-twenty blackbirds don‘t have a look in. See Mayfcst Music preview.
I Five/Uneven, Colleen Ann and Jesus Loves the Little Cowgirls Mitchell Theatre. 7pm. £5 (£2.50). See Mon 21.
I Partners Who Touch, Who Don't Touch and Other
' Dances Third Eye Centre.
: 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). A
. prolific and well known choreographer,
E performer and teacher,
' Sara Pearson brings her
: emotionally charged work
to Britain for the first time in years. performing with Patrik Widrig.
I Sweetie GFr. 8.30pm. £2.90(£1.90/£1.30). See Fri 18.
I Monsieur Hire OFT. 6pm. £2.90(£1.90/£1.30).
I (£2.50).Virtuoso i clarinetist leads § hair-raising contemporary 3 outfit which includes his
wife on vocals. See Preview. .
I Toumani Oiatiete and Torera Mpedzis Third Eye
Street, 332 7521. 10.30pm. £5 (£2.50). The kora is a beautiful harp gourd, here played by a master from Mali. Mpedzis is an extremely accomplished singer and
: multi-instrumentalist - originallyfrom Zimbabwe.
I Dolores Keane City Hall. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50).
Great Irish traditional
singer with some musical
I Hank Wangionl Renfrew Ferry. 11.30pm. £6 (£3). See Mon 21.
' 7.30pm.£5(£l/free).Sec Fri18.
' Theatre. 7.30pm. £5
(£2.50). See Mon21.
3 IPadily's MarketTron Theatre.7.30pm.£6(£3)
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22 The List 18— 31 May 1990