I Monster in a Box Old Athenaeum Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Fri 25.


I Allan Henry Wood Hall. Claremont Street. Tickets 227 5511. 8pm. £5(£2.50). These traditional musicians. based in Dublin but with their Donegal roots always obvious. are a gem ofa band instrumentally and vocally. I Could Blast Orchestra Arches Theatre. 10pm. £3. The only Mayfest concert of the eight-piece band from Communicado‘slock Tamson 's Bairns. now established on their own eclectic path. Support from singer Rod Paterson. I Green Isaac King Tut‘s Wah Wah Hut. Doors open 9pm. Support Band 10pm. £4. Definitely a band to keep an eye on. Soulful stuff. which has led to the tag ‘the new Simply Red' being pinned on them occasionally. 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). See Thurs 24.


I Georgian Oinner City Hall. 8pm. £15. Mayfest. and the season of works from Georgia, are brought to a close with this feast of food. drink and entertainment. hosted by a Tamada. or Georgian toastmaster.


I Mother Courage Citizens‘ Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£1/free). See Fri 18.

I The Ottslti Variations Tron Theatre. 1.30pm. £5 (£2.50). £4 (£2). See Fri 18.

I We Got a Date Third Eye Centre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Thurs 24.

I Monster in a Box Old Athenaeum Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Fri 25.

I Othello Mitchell Theatre. 7pm. £5 (£2.50). See Fri 25.

I Sailmalter Crawfurd Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Mon2l.

I Terra Arnala Tron Theatre. 10.30pm. £6 (£3).£5 (£3). See Wed 23. I Paddy’s Market Tron Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£3) Fixed seating; £5 (£2.50) Promenade. See Fri 18. IThe Stepmother Arches Theatre. 7pm. £5 (£2.50). See Fri 25.

I Only An Excuse? Clyde Theatre, Clydebank. 7.30pm. £6 (£3.50). See Fri 18.

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I Govan Stories Following the format of Long Story

3 Short. 7:84 draws on local writers from Govan to tell their Clydeside tales.

(Iovanhill NC Fri 18.

i 7.30pm; Bishoplock RH

Sat 19.7.30pm.

? I Vodka and Daisies Lara I Jane Bunting‘s play for

Annexe was very well received on its first production last year. Five girl‘s put their schooldays behind them and look to the future. Funny and sharply observed. Knightswood Youth

Centre Mon 21. 7.30pm; Barlanark CEC Tue 22. 7.30pm; Eastfield CEC

Thurs 23. 7.30pm; Pollok CECThurs 24. 7.30pm. I Annexe Writers' Group Each week new plays are given a professional reading followed by an audience discussion. This final instalment features four plays written by Charles Lyndon. Doreen

McArdle. Angela Leslie ' and Martin McNaughton.


Springburn College Thurs 24. 7.30pm.

I I The Little Shoppe oi

Horrors Popular musical featuring a carnivorous plant is staged by Audrey's Lunch. Castlemt'lk CECThurs 24.


I Zimbabwe African choral music performed

by Black Umfolosi.

Expect sweet harmonies and sublime rhythms.

GlasgowArtGalleryd'z Museum Fri18.7.30pm; Maryht'll Burgh Hall Mon

21 . 7.30pm; Pearce Institute Tue 22. 7.30pm;

StAndrews Church & Arts

Centre Wed 23. 7.30pm. I The HamsterWheel Belfast‘s Charabanc Theatre Company in a real life tale ofawoman coping with her husband‘s stroke.

Pearce Institute Thurs 24,


7.30pm; Pollock CECFri 25. 7.30pm; Maryht'll Burgh Hall Sat 26. 7.30pm.

I Mr Boom Lively children's entertainer. Birgt'dale Complex Mon 21. 10.30am; Springhall CCMon 21 . 2.30pm; Knightswood Youth Centre Tue 22. 10.30am; Drumchapel U WC Tue 22. 2.30pm; Elmvale CEC Wed 23. 10.30am; Sighthill CEC Wed 23. 10.30am; Whiterose TH Thurs 24. 10.30am; Govanhtll NC Fri 25. 10.30am; Clydebank UWC Fri 25. 10.30am; Hamilton C E C Fri 25. 2.30pm.

I Space-The Four-minute Culture Ciydebank Community Youth Theatre take a comic look ahead to the next decade. Ktnning Park NC Fri 18. 7.30pm; Dalmarnock CC Sat 19. 7.30pm; Springhall CH Sat 26. 7.30pm; Gorbals U WC Tue 29. 7.30pm.

I Lesbian and Gay Glasgow A weekend of poems, prose and plays organised by Clyde Unity Theatre.

The Garret Sat 26—Sun 27 all day.

I The Lambs 01 God Clyde Unity Theatre pays tribute to its spiritual mentors. the original Glasgow Unity. by reviving Benedict Scott‘s 1948 social drama and casting at least one member from the original company in the new production. The show will later make up part ofthe Citizens‘ Theatre summer

Drumchapel C EC Tue 22. 7.30pm; Shettlestort C E C Wed 23. 7.30pm; Milton CECThurs 24. 7.30pm; Springburn College Fri 25. 7.30pm.

I Not, Hot While The Giro An adaptation ofJames Kelman‘s short story. an interior monologue about fantasy on the dole. Performed by Dependency Culture. Gorbals UWC Fri 18. 7.30pm; Dolphin Arts Centre Mon 21. 7.30pm; Easterhouse CEC Tue 22. 7.30pm; Househill CEC Wed 23. 7.30pm; Sightht'll CECThurs 24. 7.30pm; Orbiston Complex Fri 25.

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I It Elvis Lived in Meiirie Earnoclt Rock‘n'Roll in a 505 new town in Peter Nardini's well received new play for Cumbernauld Theatre Company.

Barmulloch C EC Fri 18. 7.30pm; Castlemtlk CEC Sat 19. 7.30pm.

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