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PERFORMANCE Music Dance Theatre
with 3 new works; oun LIVES two WORLD'S KISS cENrunv's END
World Premiere of Music commissioned from
The Blue Nile,
Wed 8 - Sun 12 August
at 7.30pm Tickets £5 50/23 50
Galtiisu Poetry reading featuring
“other Scanish poets
Sun to August
Scottish Opera Go-Round Tchaikovsky's EUGENE DNEBIN
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Thur 23 8. Sat 25 August
at 7.30pm Titﬂtels Y‘L‘YZSO
Communicado DANTDN'S DEATH
by Georg Buchner Adapted 8. Directed
by Gerry Mulgrew
Tue 28 August - Sun 2
September at 7.30pm Tickets SIS/£2.50
041 552 4267
production of Christopher 1 lampton's adaptation turns up for 1991). Sex. scandal
pre~Reyolutionary Paris in an otherwise uninspiring production.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. Paisley. SS7 lllll). Box ()fficeopen Tue—Sun noon-8.30pm. Bar (open noon— 1 lprn Tue—Sat; 12.30-23llpm ck 6.30—1 lprn Sun. Meals seryedl. (‘afe
(open noon—l 1pm). [Accessz PPA. ST. Facilities: \\'('. \VS. Ti.(i. R. B. Help: A. AA].
A Love Betrayed Sat 11 Aug. Spm.£3.511 (£1.50). Asian Artistes present a ritualistic Indian folk drama. otherwise known as .llr'rzu Salinbtin. directed by the highly thought-of Balwant (iargi with a company of Scottish performers.
I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA inn Renfrew Street. 332 5(157. [Accessz l’l’A. 1.. Facilities: WC. \\'S. AS. R. B.T. (1. Help: A. AA}.
' International Workshop Festival Mon l3—l‘ri ‘ 2-1Aug.£195..lacquesI.ecoqandarchitect
LAUGHTERHOUSE, HARVEY KASS 8. BRUCE HYMAN present
SATURDAY T 1 AUGUST AT 7.3OPM
TICKETS £9.50, £8.50, £7.50. BOOKINGS FROM TICKET CENTRE, CANDIERIGGS (0411 227551 I.
PARTY BOOKINGS (0411 2275522. TICKETS ALSO AVAIABLE FROM All. TKXETINK BOX OFFICE OUTIETS Am M MS TKATRE.
l Krikor Belekian join forces to consider
i thedynamicsofdifferentmaterials through both moycment and scale models to bridge the divide between performance and design. Presented in conjunction with Performance Exchange. Booking cnquiriesonll714908746. Markisinnan De Sade .\Ion l3—Wed 15 Aug. 7.45pm. £3.5(l—f75l). The Theatre Royal's staggering I‘TH’ 'I'healres' oft/re World season moves to the RSAMD for the presentation of Ingmar Bergman's treatment of Mishima's period drama. Based on the relationship between .‘yladame and the Marquis de Sade it has been hailed as one of Bergman‘s masterpieces. Don‘t miss. I SCOTTISH MASK AND PUPPET CENTRE 8 Balcarres Avenue. Kelyiridale. 33‘) MRS. The centre is open Tue—Sat 10am—5pm
and Sun 2—5pm. A 30-minute talk and tour
round the centre costs £1(75p). Workshops and information available by
appointment (the centre's library contains _
oy'erSlilltitles). I THE SHELTER 7 Renfrew (‘ourt. Renfrcw Street. 332 (3231.
The Actors Shelter Every Monday. 7.30pm. An informal meeting place and information exchange for actors based in Scotland.
I THEATRE ROYAL l lope Street. 331 123-1. Box Office Mon—Sat lllam—opm. (7.3llpm on pcrf eygs). Bar. Buffet. [Accessz P. PPA. R. Facilities: WC. WS. E. (i. R. B. Help: AA].
; ADolI's House L'ntilSat 11 Aug.7.3(lpm.
i £3.5(L—fl2ﬁl). Ingmar Bergman directs
Dramaten from Stockholm in lbsen's classic study ofsexual liberation. A rare
I chance to see the work ofan
I internationally renowned director
i working with some of Sweden's foremost
I ITRDN THEATREo3 Trongate. 5524267.
: Box Office Tue—Sat Noon—8pm; Sun
1 l2.3(Ll lpm. (‘losed Mondays. [Accessz
i R. ST. Facilities: WS. E. (i. R. B. Help:
; Century's End L'ntil Sat 12 Aug. 7.3l1pm.
' £5.5(l(£3.5(i). Three specially
. commissioned dance-theatre pieces by a
: young Scottish group called Performance formed by Craig Armstrong and Christinn l Whyte. Original contributions from Peter Arnott and Michael Boyd.
I Emo Philips and Judy Tenuta King's Theatre. 2.3llpm. £251HJI5D. King's Theatre. Bath Street. The climax ofa British tour for gangly Philips and sharp-talking Tenuta last seen here in
.\1ay test and making a w elconte return. A worthy riyal to the comedy inthe l'dinburgh Fringe and no-one yy ill be handingyou leaflets.
I Victor and Barry (‘umbcrnauld Theatre. ('umbernauld. 112% "32882. 2.45pm. £4.511li225). A rare chance to see Kelyinside's finest Amdram duet in concert. Hilarious milsical send-up trom 1*orbcs Masson and Allan (‘umming out on a short tour including a couple ofdatcs in the Iidinburgh Fringe.
(ilasgow 's third annual l'estiyal of free
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street entertainment is the most ambitious
and diyerse yet. ()y er the next ISday's there will be a staggering 23.3 show s in shopping centres". shop-fronts and wastelands in and around the city. See Feature.
i I Avanti Display Buchanan
Street Sauehiehall Street. .\'oon~~2pm. British street theatre veterans take to the outdoors with what they describe as a ‘dynamic cascading sculpture'.
I The Balalaika Music & Dance Ensemble (ieorge Square Buchanan Street. Noon-2pm. fifteen-strong Russian folk group. all the way from Rostoy-ott-Don. returns to (ilasgow with its toe tapping repertoire of song. music and dance.
I Glasgow Street Band Buchanan
Street Sauehiehall Street St linoch's Square. Noon-~2pm. The l lappy I'ind bring together 2!) local musicians to create a week of lunchtime music for (ilasgow's shoppers.
I Mitre Rowan Buchanan
Street Sauehiehall Street. Noon-2pm. Scotland‘s yery own 'Big Rory" performs the first of three lunchtime shows with which he's entertained audiences worldwide.
I Malabar: Face A Face George Square. L).3llpm. Large scale theatrical battle from France featuring firecrackers. acrobatics. music and motor bikes. One for the Archaos set.
‘ SUNDAY 12
I concert In The Park ( ilasgoyy (ireen.
1- 5pm. l‘amily day out in the park featuring comedy . innsic and theatre from alloycrthe world.
' MONDAY 13
I The Balalaika Music & Dance Ensemble
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