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queen's hall. clerk street. edinbnr‘h
>> friday 31 august 7.30pm
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queen's hall 031 668 2019 - fringe oﬂ'icc. high at. edinburgh iona records. stockwcll at. giasgow - virgin records. princes st. cdinburgh << tickets
FOR THAT UNEXPECTED GUEST- AN UNEXPECTED PLEASURE!
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CAMBRIDGE EVENING NEWS
'The last bastion of British Revue' - sma:
The iunniest Footlights Revue ior years comes to Edinburgh alter a sell-out National tour! Miss them and your grandchildren will want to know why. .
'A sparky revue' - INDEPENDENT 'Has rescued this Cambridge institution from the doldrums' -
'Ten out of Ten' - BBC Radio Cambridgeshire 'A fabulous show!‘ - CN.FM 103 Radio 'See it“ - GUARDIAN THE GILDED BALLOON - VENUE 38 - 233 Cowgate 10th - 20th August at 9pm £5/24
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SELECTION AVAILABLE FROM SCOTLAND'S FIRST FUTON FACTORY 109 Restalrig Road, Leith, Edinburgh
Tel: 031 554 6995, 031 553 3502 Open: Mon — Sat 9.30am -— 5.00pm
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This classical Indian dance- theatre version at Lear brings a new language of gesture, colour and
rhythm to Shakespeare. Royal Lyceum Theatre 16-18 August at 7.15pm. ' . Prices from £4.50 to £8.50. ,‘
Director Mike Leigh (Abigail’s Party) steps outside Britain and returns with a Greek-Australian - _ A drama, bath funny and sad.
' Church Hill Theatre
16-18, 20-25 August at
7.30pm. Matinees 16, 18, 23 and 25 August at 2.30pm. Prices £5.50 and
Conductor: NEEMI JARVI
ENESCO: Rumanian Rhapsody Na 3 BARTOK: Concerto for Orchestra KHACHATURIAN: Symphony No 2 Usher Hall Sun 19 August at 3pm. Tickets: 2600 to £13.50.
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
FLYING KARAMAZOV p mp" fr. BROTHERS 5: 1y i. '. . . scintillating mixture at music hall comedy '0
and pantomine . . . great family entertainment'
The Scotsman ”. . . as it Cocteau Royal Lyceum Theatre - ’- ,/ 16-18, 27-28 August at 10.30pm. Matinees ip'el.b?rg’dc;nd Below/ , . 17, re, 26, 29 August at 2.30pm. 00' tome OFCGS ’0 '
Tickets: From £3.50 to £6.50.
"I'REASURE ISLAND' AT THE ASSEMBLY HALL
* A new and exciting
“ adaptation of R. L. Stevenson’s classic adventure story with Hywel Bennett, Jimmy Logan and Walter Carr.
take us through the l looking-glass into a fabulous universe . . . constantly fascinating.” (The Parisien) King’s Theatre 19-22 August at 7.30pm. Prices: From £5.00 to £8.50. ,I
Directed by V, PRICE TICKET Frank Dunlap. 1 Assembly Hall 16-18, 20-25, OPEN 1pm to 5pm, including Sundays, when 27 August-1 September at 7.30pm. Matinees
18, 22, 25, 29 August, 1 September at 2.30pm. Prices from £4.50 to £8.50.
a number of unsold tickets are on sale at the Festival Information Centre at the foot of the
Mound. BOX OFFICE
Free 36 Page full colour programme available from
e Box Offices, 21 Market Street and
67 High Street, Edinburgh. The Box Offices are
open Mon-Sat 9am to 6pm and Sun 100rr|i ;: 5pm. :2: Tickets are also available from the Festiva op on
30' 2?, iStALEgSUSagt - the third floor at Jenners, Princes Street, Edinburgh
pm. ic e S. ° to You can make Credit Card Bookings by phoning Q 1750‘ 031-225 5756.
Slovak National Opera, Orchestra, Ballet and Chorus. -:‘ . Playhouse Theatre
“The List 17 — 23 August 1990