I Scotland in Music City Hall. 7.30pm. £9 (£6). £8 (£5). £7 (£4). £3. Scotland in Music is the BBC 5505 chosen theme. with works by European composers drawing inspiration from Scotland. There‘s Berlioz's Overture to Rob Roy. Bruch's Scottish Fantasia. Mendelssohn‘s Scottish Symphony and the Marche Ecossaise by Debussy. And no bagpipes anywhere in sight.
I The Feast of the Pheasant Tramway. 7.30pm. £8 (£4). See Tue 22.
I Dancenoise Old Athenaeum Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). Employing humour. aggression and gore. Americans Lucy Sexton and Anne lobst revel in an unconventional. provocative style.
I Curious George Mitchell Theatre. 7pm. £5 (£2.50). Glasgow‘s Gregory Nash group premier several short works for Mayfcst while Nash performs Curious George with cellist Jane MacFarlane. I Partners Who Touch. Who Don’t Touch and Other Dances Third Eye Centre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Tue 22.
Illtonsieurlilre GFT. 5.45pm. 7.30pm, 9. 15pm. £2.90(£1.90/£1.30). See Mon 21.
I lvo Papesov and His Bulgarian Wedding Band Renfrew Ferry. 6pm. £5 (£2.50). See Tue 22 and Preview.
I Lenny Pickett and The Borneo itorns Renfrew Ferry. 8.30pm. £6 (£3). Pooling all his experience in R&B, funk, big band and Latin work into one inimitable style, Pickett is one of the most in-demand brass arrangers in the
A rare visit trom the USA by Sara Pearson nd company
world. Just ask David Bowie. Paul Simon and Talking Heads for starters. Then check out his own group. The Borneo Horns. for confirmation.
I Savouma Stevenson Henry Wood Hall. 8pm. £5 (£2.50). Finest ofthe young Scottish players of
the clarsach or Small harp.
in a concert with her jazzjrock musicians. that includes her suite Tweed Journey.
I Margaret Ill Parts 1. 2 and 3 Moir Hall. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). Lip Service in a parody Shakesperean History Play for the modern career woman.
I Polish Chamber Orchestra City Hall. 7.30pm. £7. £6. £5. £3. Stunning chamber orchestra in attractive
; programme of Mozart.
Elgar. Vivaldi. Bach and
I Hank Wangiord Renfrew l Bartok.
Ferry. 11.30pm. £6(£3). See Mon 21.
I Mother Courage Citizens‘ Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£1/free). See Fri 18.
I Sailmaker Crawfurd Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Mon 21.
I Terra Amata Tron Theatre. 10.30pm. £6 (£3). £5 (£3). ()ne of Britain‘s most inventive companies. Theatre de Complicite. in a world premiere ofa devised piece about immigration. (See Preview)
I Paddy’s Market Tron Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£3) Fixed seating; £5 (£2.50) Promenade. See Fri 18. I The Question oi Manet's Olympia: Posed and Skirted Third Eye Centre. 9.30pm. £5 (£2.50). Five women from the USA debunk the high falutin world of academia in this witty parody.
I Only An Excuse? Clyde Theatre. Clydebank. 7.30pm. £6 (£3.50). See Fri 18.
I Jo Brand, Hattie lieyridge and Hope Augustus Renfrew Ferry. 6pm. £6 (£3). Augustus sings the blues to temper the acerbic banter ofJo Brand and the low-key observation of Hattie Hayridgc. Should be a
member Patrik Widrig in a selection of breath-takineg physical dance. Third Eye Centre. Tue 22—Wed 23, 7.30pm.
I Dancenoise ()ld Athenaeum Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Wed 23.
I Swimming to Cambodia GFT. 6pm. £2.90
(£1 .90r’£1 .30). As filmed by Jonathan Demme. Spalding Gray gives an engrossing half-comical. half-philosophical monologue loosely based around his experiences while shooting The Killing Fields. And Mr Gray himself will be present after the screening to answer your questions. I Monsieur litre GET.
9. l5pm. £2.90
(£1.9(lx'£l .30). See Mon 21.
I k.d. Iang King‘s Theatre. 7.30pm. £8. £7. £6. £5. See feature.
I Lenny Pickett and The Borneo Horns Renfrew Ferry. 8.30pm. £6(£3). See Wed 23.
I Ronnie Scott's 30th Anniversary Tour Renfrew Ferry. 11.30pm. £6.50 (£3.50). Celebrations for a prime mover on the British jazz scene. Ronnie‘s Stan Getz- inﬂuenced licks may not be as pristine as they once were. although they are in much better shape than his jokes.
I Mother Courage Citizens‘ Theatre.
PRINCESSQUAPE l 48 BUCHANAN sr GLASGOW
Specralrty Shopping Browse through five levels of fashion, accessories, leather goods, books,handcrafted designer Jewellery and specialist gift boutiques - Princes Square - a beautifully restored building dating from l84l and now, probably,ScotIand's finest speciality shopping centre.
Take a break in our themed wine bars, cafes and restaurants. Relax over a freshly brewed coffee. Order from a wide variety of freshly prepared and cooked dishes catering for everything from a light snack to delightful meals.
Evenings and Sundays Too !
And there's no need to rush a visit to Princes Square - you can shop, dine, or Just soak up the atmosphere in the evening and on Sundays too. The Terrace Foodcourt and the Princes Square shops are open until 7.00pm Monday to Saturday and the Foodcourt is open until 5.00pm on a
Sunday with the shops closing at 4.30pm. The licensed restaurants are open until midnight (excluding Sundays).
THE DIFFERENCE lS DAY AND NIGHT
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