Access: P = Parking Facilities. PI’A = Parkingto be Pre-Arranged. L 1 Level Access. R = Ramped Access. ST = Steps to negotiate.

Facilities: WC : Adapted Toilel(s). ws : Wheelchair Spaces. AS = AdjacentSeats. F. = Induction Loop System. G = Guide Dogs Allowed. R : Restaurant Accessible. B = Bar Accessiblefl‘ '— Adapted Telephone.

Help: A =-' Assistance Available. AA 1' Advise Venue in Advance.


Theatre is listed by city iirst, then byvenue, running in alphabetical order. Touring shows are listed separately under the relevant heading. Prices in brackets are the concessionary price. Long running shows. unless specilied otherwise, do not run on Sundays. Consult Fringe and lntemational Festival programmes iorlull details 01 Edinburgh theatre in August.


I THE AHCHES THEATRE Glasgow's Glasgow. Midland Street. Tickets from Ticket Centre. Candleriggs 2275511. [Access: L. R. WC. G. C]. Daytime prices (9.30am—8pm) include entrance to whole exhibition. while evening prices(after 8pm) give access to the bar. restaurant and free entertainment.

Promenade Performances Daily. I lam. 2pm 8.: 5pm. Free with adtnission. ()ne of the many attractions in Glasgow's Glasgow is a changing programme of performances by a special in-house company who bring the exhibition space alive with their short sketches on Glasgow life. Performances include the story ofSt Mungo and The Grave Robbers.

Rudolph Hess - Glasgow to Glasnost L'ntil Sun 19 Aug (not Mondays). Sun-Thurs £4 (£2). Fri and Sat £5 (£3). Prolific resident playwright Andrew Dallmeyer has written this play specially for the Arches'l‘heatre Company. An exploration ofthe mysteries surrounding the life and death of I Iitler's right hand man. Recommended.

I CITIZENS' THEATRE Gorbals Street. 429 0022. Box Office Mon-,Sat 10am-8pm.

Bar. [Accessz P. L. Facilities: WC. W5. E.

G. R. Help: AA]

Travels With My Aunt Until Sat 1 1 Aug. 7.30pm. Sat I 1 Aug 4pm & 8pm. £5 (ii/Free). The Strathclyde Summer Season rounds off with a welcome revival oflast November's excellent Graham Greene adaptation directed with flair and wit by Giles llavergal. Don‘t miss it ifyou didn't see it last time.


0236 732887. Box Office Mon— Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am-3pm; 6—8pm perf. evgs Bar/"Cafe. [Access: PPA. ST. Facilities: WC. WS. G. B. Help: A. AA]. Victorand Barry Sat 11 Aug. 7.45pm. £4.50 (£2.25). See Cabaret.

I KINGS THEATRE Bath Street. Box Office. Mon—Sat noon—(1pm. 4 bars. Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. ('andlcriggs. Mon- Sat 10.30am—Spm. 227 551 I or otherTicket Link box offices. [Accessz P. L. Facilities: WC. R. G. Help: A. AA].

Emo Philips and Judy Tenuta Sat 1 I Aug. 7.30pm. £7.50—£9.50. See Cabaret.

Chess Tue l4—Sat 25 Aug. 7.30pm. {st—£14. Another blockbuster from down South turns up to lure the crowds indoors This is the musical spectacular written by Tim Rice and the lads from Abba. Pawns. politics and I Know Him 50 Well.

I MITCHELL THEATRE Granville Street. 221 3198. Box Office Mon—Sat noon Spin. Bar. Cafe. Tickets also available front the

Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 5511

Mon—Sat 10.30am—(v30pm. [Accessz PPA. ST. Facilities WC. WS. (1. R. B. Help: A. AA].

Les Liaisons Dangeureuses t 'ntil Sat 22 Sept. 2.30pm (Weds and Sats); 7.30pm (Mons—Sats). “0.5041450. Stand-by

: tickets £6 every night half an hour before ' the performance. The Royal Shakespeare

Company 's multiple award-w inning


The Arches Theatre, Glasgow. Until 19 August.

From the beginning, the atmosphere is stiiling. Set in a medical room in Spandau prison, 1987, with the bloodless shadow oi Hitler‘s deputy, Hudoli Hess, in the hotseat, Andrew Dallmeyer‘s challenging new play demands that we examine the understandable urge to see a Nazi suiier.

Set against a stark background oi caged claustrophobia, Dallmeyer's production picks at the ingredients oi a puritanical mind, steeped in the Nazi theory oi invincible Aryan supermen lit to walk with the gods. Benny Young, oi ‘Chariots oi Fire', stepping into John McGlynn's shoes just a week beiore opening night, gives a brave and convincing periormance as Hess his

singlehanded flight to Scotland in 1941 on a decoy peace mission, his capture and humiliation at the hands oi the British secret service and his suiiocation by iorty years oi dehumanising routine in Spandau. Andrew Dallmeyer and Judith Cadzow are Hess’s doctors, extractors oi his secret past, and witnesses oi a prisoner oi perception haunted by the suspicion oi Hitler’s involvement in Hess’s path to destruction. The image oi Hess as the bewildered puppet oi the world powers is taken to its extreme in a shocking re-interpretation oi Hess's ‘suicide' - dangled by the Allies irom a piece oi ilex, to the tune oi glasnost.

A stirring, sometimes moving portrayal oi a man exuding the unmistakable stench oi evil, and a curious sense oi dignity. (Kathleen Morgan)


Fri 10 -— Sun 19 August 7.30pm

ARClll-ZS'I'llliATRli COMPANY present Rl 'I)()I.I’I| III‘LSS—(.I..\S(.()\\ l'() (ilASNOS'l'by Andrew Dallmeyer

In 1941 Hitler‘s deputy ilew sIngle-handed to Scotland. to dismiss a peace plan was thIs the act of a madman or had he been lured lIllO a trap?

TIckets Sun - Thu E4 (532); Fri & Sat 951523)

Tue21 -- Sun 26 August 7 30pm

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Three of the group‘s short plays produced and performed by the highly ltt‘uliliftl ANNl-ZXI-L 'l'llliA'l'Rli COMPANY. A showcase for the wealth of erthg talent I". Glasgow,

Tickets Tue Thu. Sun 24 (22): PH & Sat £51523)


FrI10 & Sat 11 August 10pm

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New generatIon of South American folk mUSIc. InlCClIOUS rhythms that It leave you wanting more.

TIckets £3

FrI17 8 Sat 18 August 10pm

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A maniacal iUSIon oi sktiile and blue Jazz Wllh a truer energetic vzsual performance.

Tickets £3


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