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Mandala Theatre, Poland

THREETW’OONE Scottish Premiere May/June 1990

THE ARCHES THEA TRE, (,‘LASGOW’S GLASGOW Midland St, ()i't‘iamaita s: (041 227 5511/20: 3993) 'l‘ue May 29~Sat lune 2. 7.30pm.

THEATRE WORKSHOP, EDINBURGH 34 Hamilton Place (031 226 5425) ’l‘ue lune 5, Wed lune 6. 8pm

comedy collective formed out of previous Mayfests spreads its mirth across the city. See tomorrow‘s stars today.

Balgrayhill Hall Fri 18, 7.30pm; Garnethill MCC Sun 20, 7.30pm.

I Once in a Blue Moon Sci-fi comedy by John Dole performed by Geezabrek Theatre Company.

Maryhill Burgh Hall Fri 18, 7.30pm; Summertown CECWed 23. 7.30pm; Dolphin Arts Centre Thurs 24, 7.30pm; Govan UWC Fri 25, 7.30pm.

I Mind Over Matter Improvised social satire by Glasgow University Theatre.

Toryglen CH Mon 21, 7.30pm; Govan UWC Wed 23, 7.30pm.

I The Black Ring Allan Cuthberton‘s 18th Century whodunnit is performed by Govanhill Neighbourhood Centre Drama Group.

Yoker NC Sun 20. 7.30pm; Pollok CEC Mon 21, 7.30pm.

I Govanhill Entertainers Variety entertainment Govanhill style. Springhall CH Fri 18. 2pm ; Jarvey's Bar & Lounge Wed 23, 2pm; Dalmarnock CC Thurs 24. 2pm.

I The Moon Child Primary school performance based on a Japanese Fairy Tale and performed by Hullaballoo Children's Theatre Company. Pollok CEC Fri 18. 2.30pm.

I Martha Idle Hands Drama Group in a Joe Corrie play.

Barmulloch CEC Mon 21, 2pm; GeoffShaw CEC Wed 23, 2pm.

I The ltlnerant Poets Verse from Paisley's finest.

Barlinnie Prison Tue 22, 7pm; GorbaLs U WC Wed 23, 7.30pm.

I Glasgow Girls Tcnenment Operetta by Glasgow-based Jig Jag. South Dennistoun NC Mon 21, 7.30pm; Roystonhill CH Tue 22, 7.30pm; South Carnryne TH Wed 23. 7.30pm; Springhall CH Thurs 24. 7.30pm; Garnethill M C C Fri 25, 7.30pm; YokerNC Sat 26, 7.30pm.

I The Journalists Not content to stick to the printed word, these Georgian hacks have a sly way with a folk tune. Gorbals UW C Tue 22, 7.30pm; Maryhill CCH Wed 23, 7.30pm; Easrfield CECThurs 24, 7.30pm; St Andrews Church & Arts Centre Fri 25, 7.30pm.

I Kite Exhibition Look up when you get off your train and enjoy the colourful creations of Glasgow‘s schools and community groups.


Central Station Until Sat 26.

I Private Wars Excellent production of this black comedy performed by Laverndale Arts Group. Ruchill UWC Fri 18. 7.30pm; Haghill TH Tue 22, 7.30pm; Dalmarnock CECFri 25. 7.30pm.

I Live Music Now Popular tunes by young musicians for residential homes. Shettleston & Tollcross CEC Wed 23, 2pm. I Margaret Maclean Magic, comedy and accordian playing.

Thurs 10, 2pm. Garthamlock CE C Tue

22, 2pm; Bishoplock RH

Wed 23. 2pm; South Carntyne TH Thurs 24. 2pm.

I Keeping Glasgow In Stitches Come along and participate in a spot of large-scale sewing. Glasgow Art Gallery & Museum Until Sat 26.

I Shades of Culture Songs and sketches from the New Wrinkle Theatre Group.

South Dennistoun NC Fri 18, 7.30pm; Knightswood CEC Wed 23. 7.30pm.

I Death is Delicious While You're Dreaming/Laugh Damn You A black tragi-comedy by Frank McNuIty followed by a cabaret show.

Dolphin Arts Centre Fri 18, 7.30pm.

I The Side Splitters Adult

stand-up comedy from a team ofprofessional writers.

Barlinnie Special Unit Fri 18. 6.30pm; Goodyear Social Club Thurs 24,

I 7.30pm.

I SailmalterTAG‘s revival of Alan Spence‘s autobiographical play about growing up in Glasgow.

Drumchapel CEC Fri 18 7.30pm.

I Cabaret tor Kids Mischievous humour from Magic Bob.

GorbaLs UWC Mon 21

10.30am; Kinning Park

NCMon 21 , 2.30pm; Barmulloch C EC Tue 22, 10.303m; Castlemilk CE C Tue 22, 2.30pm;

It Elvis Lived in Meikle Eamock plays two communitydates l on Fri 18 and Sat19 May.


' Balgrayhill Hall Wed 23. 10. 30am; Camus Place

Project Wed 23. 2.30pm; Summertown CECThurs

' 24. 10.30am; Arthurlee

Nursery Thurs 24, 2.30pm; GeoffS/zaw Centre Fri 25. 10.30am; Quarrybrae CE C Fri 25 2.30pm.

I Magical Mystery Tour Magic Bob with a show for adults.

Focal Point Fri 18, 2pm. I Tapestry oi Lite A massive tapestry made by the people ofStrathclyde in aid of the Ethiopia and Eritrea Appeal.

Mitchell Theatre Foyer Sat 19—Sat 26. noon-6pm.

I The Complete History of Rock ‘n' Roll Wildcat revives its 1979 musical comedy.

Carnwadric CEC Fri 18, 7.30pm; Cambuslang Institute Sat 19, 7.30pm; Maryhill CCH Sun 20, 7.30pm.

I Water ot Lite The Story oi Burke and Here Edinburgh Fringe First winning production by Theatremachine about the last years of Burke and Iiare.

Mary/till CCH Mon 21 . 7.30pm; Penilee CECTue 22, 7.30pm; Barrowfield CECWed 23. 7.30pm; Adelphi CEC Thurs 24, 7.30pm.

I Irene Tully Comedy sketches and music. Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice Tue 22, 2.30pm. I Lantern Workshops Looking ahead to a big procession in October, here‘s your chance to make a lantern. KelvingroveArt Gallery & Museum Sat 19 and Sun 20, 2—4pm.

I St Calamity's Hospital comedy by WEA Onthank Allsorts Drama Group.

Bishoplock Fri 18. 7.30pm; Maryhill CCH Fri 25, 7.30pm.

I Asian Folk Dance

Workshops An

introduction to the movement and expression of Asian dance.

Maryhill CCH Sat 19. 2.30pm.

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