I The Complete Hlstory at Rock 'n' Roll Wildcat revives its hit of 1979 in acomic musical tribute to the music of the 19505. More of a musical celebration than a play. it is still worth turning up for the songs. More details on 041 951 1444. Cumbernauld Theatre Until Sat 30Jun. 7.45pm . 0236 732 7; Citizens’ Theatre. Glasgow Tue 3 & Wed 4 Jul. 2pm ; Thurs 5, Fri 6 & Mon 9Jul, 2pm & 7.30pm; Sat7. Tue 10-Sat 21 Jul (not Suns), 7.30pm,041 429 0022.
I The Glasgow Girls Jigjag continues to tour its musical about the lives ofthree artists living in Glasgow tenements, originally performed during Mayfest. Original songs and script by Robbie Moffat and Brian Rutherford. More details on 041 332 7396.
Barlinnie Prison Special Unit Fri 29Jun, 7.30pm. 041 770 9691 ; Maryhill Burgh Hall, Gairbraid A venue, Glasgow Sat 30 Jun, 7.30pm. 041 945 3995; Pearce Institute, 840 Govan Road. Glasgow Mon 2 July. 7.30pm. 041 445 5476; Pollok Community Education Centre, Langton Road, Glasgow Tue 3 Jul, 7.30pm. 0412 5869; Hop Hut, Glasgow Fair, Glasgow Green Fri 6—Sat 28 Jul (not Mon,Tue). 7.30pm,041554 7020.
I The Lamb: 0! God Clyde UnityTheatre pays tribute to the original Glasgow Unity Theatre in its revival of Benedict Scott‘s tale of gay romance amidst the poverty of life in the 19305. Worth seeing. Details on 041 337 2290.
Citizens’ Theatre. Gorbals. Glasgow Until Sat 30Jun. 7.30pm, 041 4290022.
I Snapshot: Clanjamfric‘s unusual devised Scottish comedy concludes its tour of Glasgow venues.
The Arches Theatre, Midland Street, Glasgow Until Sat 30. 7.30pm. 041 204 3993.
I Th0 Funny Farm Arches Theatre. Midland Street, Glasgow. 041 204 3993. 10pm. £3. Late night frolics with the Farmers.
I Cavern Comic: Clyde Cavern. Clyde Place (just over Jamaica Bridge). Glasgow. 9.30pm. £2. Resident jugglers Up For Grabs and resident improvisational comics Theatre of Nepotism are joined by a ‘mystery comic‘. I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 45 Albion Street, Merchant City. Glasgow, 552 5924. 9pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Baropen 8.30pm—midnight. Tonight’s compcre is Eric Heretic, who introduces the Trio Brothers Troupe from Glasgow and Canada. the Height 0‘ Nonsense from Edinburgh and other guests to be announced. This will be the last Comic Club date until after the Glasgow Fair.
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