SCOTLAND BACK TO THE FORE AT THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE
FRINGE FIRST WINNERS
% THEATRE ALBA
THE CARLIN MOTH
Robert McLellan’s supernatural, sinister, and sensual story of a young crofter lad’s visit from a moth who turns into the loss of his dreams.
Directed by Charles Nowosielski Musical Direction by Richard Cherns
"One of Scotland’s most innovative and exciting theatre companies” The Scotsman
FRI AUG 10 - SAT 1 SEPT (NOT SUN) 5.30pm £4 (£2.50)
THEATRE WORKSHOP every th sday 34 HAMILTON PLACE / it
EDINBURGH EH3 5Ax - 031 - 226 5425 Cajun creole soul in OCI
IHF ROSE THEATRE CO AI THE. CHAPLAINCY CENTRE UPSTAIRS. l BRISTO SQUARE
PRESENTS A NEW PLAY WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
’Award winning playwright Claire Booker has two new and ‘ ROBIN BROCKMAN very special plays both presented by the exciting Bunbury Theatre Company, only formed 18 months ago but already with 5 successful productions behind them. Last year Booker's acclaimed The Devil and Stepashka
transferred from Edinburgh for a five week run at the New End Theatre, Hampstead. A radio version was commissioned by the BBC for broadcast today on Radio 4. ~ AMANDA W‘ NBA” Both plays were previewed in Hampshire lastweekend and the mm or mom critics went crazy. Rainbow Baby . "Beautifuly done. Warm-hearted" Herald Newspapers. "Excellent entertainment" Post Newspapers.
Blood 60 Cheap. Strong stul! but a rattling good play. Herald Newspapers. "Brilliant portrayal by «the six members of the cast" Post Newspapers.
MIC HAEL DUCCAN
"Rainbow Baby" Polly is full of life, affectionate and witty, so why did her mother give her away for adoption as a young baby? Weeks 1&2, 10pm(not Sundays) "Blood 80 Cheap" A young Austrian soldier battles to stay true to his conscience in this drama of courage and sacrifice, brutality and love, set in the moral wasteland of occupied Russia, 1943. Wk1, 2.05pm; Wk2, 7.45pm(not Suns)
VENUE 84: Blow Up at Abbotstord - the total venue large car park, cafe, bar, painting/print exhibition and Bunbury's quality 2nd hand Theatre Bookshop
l3-25AUGUST 4pm £S(£4~concs) VENUE23
58 The List 17 — 23 August 1990