I TRAMWAY Albert Drive. tickets from Ticket Centre. Candieriggs. 227 5511.
It Only. .. Tue 17—Sat 21 July. 8pm.£6.50 (£3). One of Britain‘s most innovative anc aptly named dance companies. DV8. perform the British premier of IfOnIy. . . . a direct response to last year‘s hit Dead Dreams Of Monochrome Men. See main theatre preview.
I DANCE FACTORY 142 Calder Street. 423 9430. Due to popular demand. the dance factory have opened a second studio. providing a wide range of classes for adults and children; teenage class £1 .50 (£2.50 for 2). adult class £2.50 (£4.50 for 2), senior citizen class £1.50.
Dance Exercise Mon. 6pm & 8.15pm. Wed 6pm.
Jazz Mon. 6.45pm (level 2). 7.30pm (level 1). Thursdays . 7pm (for beginners). Callanetics Mon. 6.45pm. Wed. 6.45pm. Aerobics Tue. 6pm (level 1). 6.45pm (level 2). Thurs 7pm.
Yoga Tue. 7.45pm.
Tap Tue, 6.45pm (beginners). Wed 7.45pm (level 3). Thurs. 6.15pm (leve12). 8pm (level 1).
Ballet Tue. 7.45pm (beginners). Wed. 6.45pm (level 1).
Ballroom a Latin Fri. 7 .30pm.
I GLASGOW ACADEMY OF DANCE 2/6. 19 Queen Street. 221 0750.
Classes are held throughout the week in a
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‘A trivial comedy for serious people’ (Oscar Wilde) Until 4 August 8pm
£3 to £9
Sat. Mat. 28july 3. l5pm £4
mirrored and barred studio 1000 feet square. £2—£2.80. Phone for details of daily classes.
Open Elementary Ballet Mondays 7.30—9pm.
Lunchtime Stretch Tuesdays 12.30pm-1.15pm. Good for city centre workers.
Beginners Jazz Wednesdays 6.30—8pm. Beginners Tap Thursdays 5.30—6.30pm. Contemporary Beginners Thursdays 6.30—8pm.
Ballroom Fridays 7-8pm.
I THE ROSS Princes Street Gardens. phone 220 4348 for further details. Cambodian National Dance Company Sun 15 July. 2.30pm. Free. On their first visit to Europe in 30 years the Cambodian dance company have been resurrecting traditional Khmer dance decimated during the brutal reign of Pol Pot (1975—1979). Sewn into traditional costumes and accompanied by percussion and wind instruments. the company gracefully perform Hindu epics and Khmer legends coloured by humour and warmth. The Poitrovslry Ensemble Sun 22 July. 2.30pm. Free. Authentic Russian folklore bought to life in dance and song by this Soviet troupe. Scottish Country Dancing Mondays and Tuesdays, 7.30pm. 75p (45p). Modem Sequence Dancing Wednesdays. 7.30pm. 75p (45p). Old Time Dancing Thursdays. 7.30pm. 75p (45p)-
I ASSEMBLY ROOMS George Street.
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a strategy for two hams with robert mcintosh director ian brown translator alan pollock thurs 26 July - sun 12 august 7.45pm (not mondays)
and then throughout festival
FREE OPEN DRESS REHEARSAL WED 25 JULY 7.45pm box office 031 226 2633
phone dancer-in-residence Tamsin Grainger on 220 4348 for details. All Dance Base classes have ceased for the holiday period and will return 19 September.
I CRAIGLOCKHART SPORTS CENTRE 177 Colinton Road. 443 0101.
A variety of adult coaching sessions are available. including Women‘s Activity Mornings. Aerobics. Fitness Training and Yoga. Phone the centre for more information.
I ELCHAT A variety ofclasses and workshops in creative and contemporary dance. for all ages and abilities. are available throughout East Lothian. Phone Stephanie Sellie on 031 665 3711 ext244 for details.
I EPWORTH HALLS Nicolson Square. phone 2291071 forinfo.
All classes are taught by Tracy iiawkes. director of Spring and a member of Khorous Dance Theatre. and are £2.50 (£2) per session. ('lasses stopping for the summer will resume at the end of August. Contemporary/Jazz lor Adults Mondays 6.30pm.
Tap for Adults Tuesdays 6.30pm.
Adult Performance Group Phone Tracy llawkes on 229107] for details.
I GRACEMOUNT LEISURE CENTRE 22 (iracemount Drive. 658 1940. Classesare held in ballet. tap and modern dance. yoga. fitness weights. aerobics. self defence. gymnastics. and stretch and tone gentle exercise for beginners. intermediates and over 40s with a free creche available during some ofthe sessions. All classes are £1 .60 (£1 ) per session and are held on a casual basis for women only. Phone the centre for details.
Summer Courses I EPWORTH HALLS Nicolson Square.
phone 2291071 forinfo.
Both courses are are taught by Tracy liawkes. director of Spring and a member of Khoros Dance Theatre.
Summer Dance Course: Childrens Jazz a Ballet Mon 23—Wed 25 Jul. 2—5pm. £10m £4 for one day.
Summer Dance Course: Adult Jazz a Ballet Sat 2S—Sun 29 Jul. noon—5pm. £15 (£10) or £8.50 (£6) for one day.
I YOUNG EUROPEANS IN GLASGOW Jordanhill (‘ollege of Education. phone Young Scot 031 313 2477 for further information.
Youth Dance .‘vlon 6—Fri 10 Aug or Mon 13—Fri 17 Aug. 10am -3pm. £10(Young Scot card holders £8). l-‘ift y places available in this comprehensive five-day course in tap. jazz and ballet. ()pen to young people 13— 18 yrs with some dance experience.
Beginners Sat 11& Sat lh‘Aug.
noon—3. 15pm. £4 or £2 per class. (‘lasses in ballet. jazz and tap specially designed for beginners.
I UNDERSTANDING MOVEMENT Salenside. Ashkirk. Selkirk. Phone 0750 32213for further information. From Sat 14— Sat 21 Jul freelance therapist and ex-l,aban teacher Kedzie Penfield is holdinga week-long residential course in dance movement therapy. (‘ourse lee £150 (£130) with accommodation available at an extra charge.
I THE BODY SEEN AND HEARD Salenside. Ashkirk. Selkirk. Phone 075032213 for further information. A week-long residential course (Sat 21 Sat 28 Jul). in dance therapy and (iestalt. taught by Kedzie i’eniield and (iestalt therapy trainerJane i’uddy. ('ourse lee £150with accommodation available at an extra charge.
YOUNG SCOT presents
YOUNG EUROPEANS DANCE IN GLASGOW
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Three unique opportunities to train with
some of Europe's most exciting dance teachers in ballet, jazz, tap and contemporary.
STUDENTS (3 yrs experience) 10 days. 21$t-3lst Aug only £50.00 (full course)
YOUTH DANCERS (13-18 yrs) 5 days, 6th - 10th Aug OR 13th - 17th Aug only £10.00 (full course)
BEGINNERS (any age)
11th AND 18th Aug (3 classes per day) £2.00 (per class)
GO FOR IT.’
For information and application forms, contact YOUNG SCOT on 031-313 2488.
Supported by The Scottish ArLs Council. European Community. European Year of Tourism and Strathclyde Regional Council.
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