ORGANIC PRODUCE " including fresh fruit and veg, yoghurt,
cheeses, breads, flours, pasta, tofu, tempeh, breakfast cereals, baby foods, juices and wine 3
THE TRA VERSE THEATRE
E D l N B U R G H
“A vital theatre in every sense of the word“ The Independent
FESTIVAL 1990 plus a range of Dutch Biodynamic foods and
ELEVEN BRITISH & WORLD PREMIERES _ GOLDEN PROMISE - TheUK's first 5
From the: Iravirse clogmany End organic beer - traditionally brewed for a visiting n erna iona ompanles '
including TWO Fringe First Winners & __ dellCIOUS ﬂavour. 500ml £1.19 l
an Independent Theatre Award Nomination For full ticket details phone
BOX OFFICE 031 226 2633/225 1974
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37 BROUGHTON STREET Tel. 031 557 1911 8 BROUGHAM ST.. TOLLCROSS Tel. 031 228 1651
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ROUTES TO FREEDOM
APTAIN STIRRICK a fringe full of ﬁrsts
"TIIRILLING AND BEAUTIFUL" Irving Wardlc, The Times
AUG 23 - SEPT l
GEORGE SQUARE THEATRE WWW-6673704 '-
£4.50 (£3.50) not Sundays
CANONGATE VENUE 5
13th August ist September, 4.15 pm.
magic bob and mr boom intimate strangers moving visions john mowat ' ' fusion . S H o w s theatre alba lucky porcupine ken campbell polish theatre late night cabaret , . , I, ' I byWILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
DIRECTED by BILL V HOMEWOOD ‘2’
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A ROOMS ASSEMBLY ROOMS . l } . BALLROOM MUSIC noon THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH ORCHESTRAS gagggﬁjﬁjf’ﬁ '4 Aug-- I Sept. I2 noon \\ '3' T- presents the 11th S. ‘ “WV”: E WW. [I _ I ' EDINBURGH FESTIVAL OF BRITISH YOUTH ORCHESTRAS ‘ ' ._
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Saturday 18 August-Saturday 1 September Performances by top British youth orchestras. Opening Concert (in aid of SALVO - Scottish Arts Lobby) by : National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain Central Hall, Tollcross, Edinburgh performances at 12.30pm and 7.30pm (excluding Sundays and 12.30 on 28 August)
GEORGE SQ. THEATRE 'l 11 Aug.-1 Sept-lament
by ALAN PLATER
A celebration o‘ the We and works 01 Philip Larkln Sweet Sorrow is set ar0und a memo! a:
BY JOHN OODIER
Nineties night-lite is laid bare in this
. . comedy. Jol the Tickets .' evening performances £3.50 (OAPs Q); partytor the late poet A gm’ong'fhg’ggoom Wt?” lunchtimes £150 (OAPs £1); children, students, unemployed, disabled - FREE. ESLi'Slzisié.‘223311121 boys at the bar. whilstoutsldo In
the treezmg cold stand the
watching. waiting and 0""me Lucky Eric. Judd. Les and Ralph - the BOUNCERS.
pretty balloons Whether he makes Or breaks lhe party
depends on how yOu feel aDOLA 'm".‘ (muy pretty balloons'
from: Festival Fringe Box Ofﬁce, 180 High Street (031 226 5138); or Queen's Hall Box Ofﬁce, Clerk Street (031 668 2019); or at door Programme datails from .'
NAYO, 11 St Colme Street, Edinburgh EH3 6AG
20 The List 24— 30 August 1990