As one of Glasgow 1990’s two official publications ,' The List will offer comprehensive, up-to- date guides to what’s on throughout the year. In this month’s preview, we look ahead to events beginning on or before Tuesday 31 July. Events which begin on or before Thursday 12 July are described in greater detail in the appropriate listings sections of this issue.
THEATRE & DANCE
I Brothers And Sisters Epic drama from the Soviet Maly Drama Theatre. Thurs 26—Tue 31 Jul. Theatre Royal.
I Complete History or Rock And Roll Updated version of the Wildcat musical
play. Thurs 5—Sat 21 Jul. Citizens "Theatre.
I Human Cannon World premiere of Edward Bond's play set in Spain. Tue 31—Sat 4 Aug. Old Athenaeum Theatre. I it Only DV8 Physical Theatre present their latest large-scale choreographic work. Tue 17-Sat 21 Jul. Tramway.
I King Uhu Satire from the Katona Jozsef Company of Budapest. Tue 10—Sat 14Jul. Theatre Royal.
I King’s High Francie and Josic‘s variety revue. Until Sat 7 Jul. King’s Theatre.
I Lambs oi God The revival of Benedict Scott’s play ends its tour back in Glasgow. Until Sat 30 Jun, Citizens.
I Leurei And Hardy Forbes Masson and Ronald Simon in Tom McGrath's play about the comedy duo. Tue 10—Sun 22Jul. Tron Theatre.
I Les Liaisons Oangereuses The Royal Shakespeare Company in Christopher Hampton's award—winning play. Tue 10 J ul—Sat 22 Sept. Mitchell Theatre.
I Midsummer Night's Dream Scottish Youth Theatre production of the Shakespeare comedy. Tue 31-Sat 4 Aug. Winter Gardens.
I Travels With My Aunt The return ofthe production based on Graham Greene's book, ﬁrst seen last year. Thurs 26—Sat 11 Aug. Citizens Theatre.
ART & EXHIBITIONS
I Harry Benson's People Photographs of the famous and infamous, from the Beatles in America to Tiananmen Square. Mon 16 Jul-Fri 3 Aug. Christie's Auctioneers.
I Robert Burns Works by the Glasgow photographer. Fri 29 J un-Thurs 6Sept, Hillhead Library.
I City Focus Work by six photographers from West Berlin. Until Sun 8 Jul, Collins Gallery. I Willie Ooherty Photography exhibition. Sat 30 Jun—Sun 29 Jul, Third Eye Centre. I Everyman Works by Anda Paterson and others. Until Thurs 12 Jul, Glasgow Group Gallery. I Gemini Graphics-American Master Prints Selections from the Los Angelcs print archive. Until Sat 30 Jun, Glasgow Print Studio. I Genius For Oeslgn Selection of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's drawings. Sat 7 Jul—Sun 30 Sept. Hunterian Art Gallery. I Giants, Gems and Jewels Drawings and prints by the science fantasy illustrator Moebius, growing crystals, and sculptured lava from Mount Etna - with a background of specially commissioned ambient music. Until Sun 2 Sept, Hunterian Museum.
I The Glasgow Boys Some ﬁfty works on paper from the inﬂuential school of the 18805 and 18905, including James Guthrie, George Henry, John Lavery, Arthur Melville , E.A. Walton and Crawhall. Thurs 5 Jul—Sun 26 Aug. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
I Glasgow Cathedral Works from the
People‘s Palace photography collection.
Until Sat 30 Jun, Provand's Lordship.
I Glasgow's Glasgow Underneath Central
' Station, in a space unvisited fortwo
generations, the lOOO—ycar history of the city is explored through video, theatrical performances and a vast range of exhibits. Until Mon 5 Nov, The Arches, Midland Street.
I Glasgow School oi Art Degree Show the annual exhibition. Until Fri 29 Jun, Glasgow School of Art.
I Gorbals Project Exhibition of life in Glasgow's best-known centre for multiple social deprivation. Sat 30 Jun-Sun 29 Jul, Third Eye Centre.
I Hanging Gardens oi Central Asia
Exhibition of Asian and Ottoman Turkish embroidery, much of it originally made as part of wedding dowries. Until Fri 29 Jun, Burrell Collection.
I Jazz In June Painting exhibition to coincide with the jazz festival. Until Wed 11 Jul, 905 Gallery.
I The Jessop Collection - images at Steam Railway images in oils and photographs from David Weston and Colin Garratt. Until Mon 24 Sept, Transport Museum.
I Jasper Johns Details to be confirmed. Until Sun 8 Jul, Kelvingrove.
I George Lappas This young Greek sculptor will be creating a complex landscape in one of the Tramway's gallery spaces. Thurs 12 Jui— Sun 26 Aug. Tramway.
I Le Sing The works of ﬁve French artists: Absaion. Perrin. Bueno, Thiebaut and Hybert. Thurs 12 Jul—Sun 26 Aug. Tramway.
, I The Lie oi the Land Environmentally concerned work by two young
Glaswegians, Louise and Claire Scullion. Until Thurs 28 J un, Compass Gallery.
I iiell Lecithan Recent photographs of jazz performers who have played in Scotland over the past year. Fri 29Jun-Sat 28 Jul, Community Central Hall, Maryhill.
I Mackintosh in Context Exhibition exploring Mac's relationships with other leading architects/designers of the period and his ﬁrst-hand involvement in Europe. Sat 7 J ul—Sat 18 Aug. Glasgow School Of Art.
I Masters oi German Expressionism Prints, drawings and paintings, including works by Kandinsky and Feininger. Until Sat 30 Jun, William Hardie Ltd.
I New Generation Show The annual exhibition of work by graduates from Scotland’s four Art Schools. Sat 30
J un—Wed 1 Aug, Compass Gallery.
I Other Echoes—Spanish Realism ForThe 908 Exhibition of contemporary Spanish art, including Roberto Gonzalez, Clara Gangutia, Carlos Diez Bustos and others. Sat 7—Sat 28 Jul. Glasgow Print Studio.
I Our Lives—A Glasgow Childhood 1940/1990 Exhibition designed to teach children about the differences in life in Glasgow 50 years ago. Until Sun 2 Sept, Haggs Castle.
I Paintings from the J.O. Fergusson Foundation A wide selection from the Foundation's collection. Until Tue 3 Jul, Barclay Lennie Fine Art.
I Pursuit Oi The Real 20th Century English figurative painting from Sickert to Auerbach. Sat 28 J ul—Sun 16 Sept. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
I A iierrterr Amierr Wide ranging exhibition covering the history of the Glasgow Fair and popular culture 1190—1990. Thurs 5 Jul-Sun 13 Jan 1991. People's Palace.
I Scottish Paintings and Old Photographs Works by various artists. Until Thurs 30 Aug, Annan Gallery.
I Scottish Prints Exhibition including works by Picasso, Hockney, Bacon, Gilbert and George, Moore, Paolozzi and others, many signed and editioned. Sat 7—Sat 28 Jul. Barbizon Gallery.
I Peter Thomson A one-man show by the Glasgow painter. Until Sat 30Jun. Transmission Gallery.
I True Stories Photographic exhibition by Michael Hughes, documenting the life of Berlin’s Kreuzberg district. Until Sun 8 Jul, Collins Gallery.
I The Well oi Patience Multimedia installation by Daniel Reeves. Fri 29
J un—Sun 2 Sept, Pearce Institute.
I Bremen Youth Symphony Orchestra Concert conducted by Weiner Buhlman. Wed 18 Jul. RSAMD.
I Complete Carver emu—1990 The first complete performances of the works of
Scotland’s great Renaissance composer. Sat 30 J un—Sun 8 Jul. Glasgow Cathedral. I George Russell Orchestra This year's Composer-in-Residence performs a specially commissioned new piece. Fri 6 Jul. Theatre Royal.
I Glasgow International Jan Festival See this issue’s Features and Listings. Fri Jun 29—Sun Jul 8, citywide.
I Johnny Strikes Up J azz—opera ofthe 1920s by Ernst Krenek. Tue 3-Sat 7Jul. Tron Theatre.
I 88 King A much-awaited appearance by perhaps the biggest living name in blues. Sat 30 Jun, Theatre Royal.
I Kingsnalte eiues Caravan Authentic Deep South blues revue. Mon 2Jul. Tramway.
I Merchants Music Lunchtime concert series of classical works, including violin sonatas, ChOpin piano music and Scottish folk music. Until Thurs 27 Dec. Merchants Hall.
I iiusrai Fateh Ali Kahn and Party Probably the best-known exponent of devotional Asian music and his 11-picce orchestra. Thurs 12 Jul. Tramway.
I Ravi Shankar Sitar superstar who has done more than most to popularise Indian music in the West gives a recital. Sun 8Jul. Pavilion Theatre.
I Rolling Stones In Concert Nearly thirty years in the business and they still can't get no satisfaction. The Granddaddics of Rock give their all. Mon 7 Jul. Hampden Park.
I Frank Sinatra Old Red Eyes may not quite be able to hit the high notes any more but he's still crooning them his way. . . Sell your granny for a ticket. Tue 10Jul. ibrox Stadium.
I Willem Breulrer Kolleittlei Zany Dutch avant-garde musicians. Sat 7Jul. Tramway.
I The Art Machine Displays and participation in all media for all ages. See
Kids listings. Until Sun 26 Aug, McLellan Galleries.
I Chin Music A season of New American Writing: Paul Hoover and Maxine Chernoff, James McManus and David Brcskin , John Giorno and La Loca. Thurs 12—Sat 14 Jul. Third Eye Centre.
I Chin Music-The Final AcademyTapes Videos from the last visit to Britain by William Burroughs, with Giomo and 605 beat films by Anthony Balch. Sat 14 Jul. Third Eye Centre.
I European Summer Special Olympic Games Over 3000 mentally and physically-handicapped athletes and coaches from 30 countries will join in this major sporting and cultural event. Opening ceremony Sat 21 , continues until Fri 27 J ui. Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.
I International Folk Dance Fest Folk dance groups from around the world. Sun 8Jul. Winter Gardens.
I Islam In The City or Culture Islamic exhibitions, lectures, culture and tours of the Mosque. Until Thurs 5 Jul. Glasgow Central Mosque and Islamic Centre.
I Sm Shot an Traditional Weavers Festival celebrated with re—enactment of victory over employers. Street theatre, exhibitions and march through Paisley. Sat 7 Jul. Paisley Arts Centre.
I Some Liire It Hot The classic Monroe/Curtis/Lemmon movie shown in a recreated 20$ Speakeasy atmosphere. Fri 13 Jul. Tramway.
I Streettiiz Summer Fun For Kids Arts PLay Umbrella: children's circus and workshops. Mon 2 J ul—Fri 3 Aug. Glasgow Green.
I Summer School For eovan Pertorming Arts Watch Govan High School turn into a remake of the Kids From Fame, with workshops on acting, voice, theatre admin, music and dance. Tue 3 J til-Tue 2 Aug. Govan High School.
10 The List 29 June- 12 July 1990