BO'I‘he List 31 August — 13 September 1990
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I HARLAND AND WOLFE Clydebrae Street. off(iovan Road. (iovan. Phone bookings Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. Mon-Sat 10.30am 8pm.227 5511.
The Ship Previews Mon 10- Fri 14 Sept. 7.30pm. L3 L20. Sat 15 Sept Sat 27()ct. 7.30pm. Mats 2pm on Sat 22. Wed 26. Fri 28 Sept. Wed 3. Fri 5. Wed 10. Sat 13. Wed 17. Wed 24. Fri 26& Sat 20()ct. £.L£25.'1‘hc epic story of a river and its people features a full-size ship and a cast ofactors and welders. Directed by Bill Brydcn. See Feature.
I KINGS THEATRE Bath Street. Box Office. Mon Sat noon- 6pm. 4bars. Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. ('andlcriggs. Mon- Sat 10.30am— 8pm. 227 551 l or other Ticket Link boxoffices. [Accessz P. 1.. Facilities: WC. R. G. Help: A. AA].
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat lfntil Sat 1 Sept. 7.30pm. Also
Tue-Fri mats 2.30pm and Sat mat 3pm. £3419. The Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber religious musical spectacular that‘s been packing out theatres more than a decade.
Ballets of Love and Longing Fri 7-Sat 15 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat mats 8 & 15 Sept. 2.30pm. See Dance Listings.
I MITCHELL THEATRE Granville Street. 221 3198. Box Office Mon—Sat noon-8pm. Bar. Cafe. Tickets also available from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 5511 Mon—Sat 10.30am-6.30pm. |Access: PPA. ST. Facilities: WC. WS. G. R. B. Help: A. AA].
Les Liaisons Dangeureuses Until Sat 22 Sept. 2.30pm (Weds and Sats): 7.30pm (Mons—Sats). £10.50—£14.50. Stand-by tickets £6 every night . half an hour before the performance. The Royal Shakespeare Company‘s multiple award-winning production of Christopher Hampton‘s
adaptation turns up for 1990. Sex.scandal '
and expensive underwear in
pre-Revolutionary Paris in an otherwise uninspiring production.
I OLD ATHENAEUM THEATRE 179 Buchanan Street. 332 5127. Box Office open 10am—6pm and 8pm on performance days. [Accessz limited].
The Third Tenant Wed l2—Sat 16Scpt. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). The Wicked Ladicsin a new play by Natasha (icrson which
MRS WARREN’S PROFESSION
FRIDAY 3lst AUGUST —
brings together three highly unsuitable personalities in a single ﬂat. Part of Glasgow Women's Festival.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. Paisley. 887 1010. Box Office open Tue—Sun noon—8.30pm. Bar (open noon—11pm Tue-Sat; 12.30—2.30pm & 6.30-11pm Sun. Meals served). Cafe (open noon—11pm). |Access: PPA. 81‘. Facilities: WC. WS. E. C). R. B. Help: A. AA].
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I PALACE THEATRE 9 Green Street. Kilmarnock. 0563 23590. [Accessz P. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. E. (i. R. B. Help: A. AA].
All Star Variety Show Sun 2 Sept. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). A variety package put together to raise funds for the Palace youth Theatre‘s autumn production ofSummerIime Blues. I PAVILION THEATRE 121 Renficld Street. 332 1846. Box ()ffice Mon—Sat I0am—8pm. Bar. [Access: ST. Facilities: WS.G. Help: AA].
Robert Halpern Every Fri & Sat. 7.30pm. £4/£5. Sat 8 Sept. midnight. See Cabaret. Scottish Medical Aid For Palestine Benefit Sun 2 Sept. 7pm. £7.50. An all-star music and cabaret line-up to raise funds for mentally handicapped people in Jenin on the West Bank. Amongst the fifteen acts are Bruce Morton. Dave Anderson. Elaine C. Smith and the ubiquitous Stu Who'.’
The Great Escape On The Outside Tour Sun 9 Sept. 8pm. £8.50—£l3.50. A celebration of Prisoner ( ‘cll Block-H organised by the cult TV show‘s Fan Club and starring several stars of the original programme. See Preview.
Can't Pay? Won‘t Pay! Thurs 1.1—5.1: 15 Sept. 7.30pm. £2.50—£5.50. SeeTouring. I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. [Access: PPA. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. AS. R. B. T. (i. Ilelp: A.AA].
Consuming Passions Until Sat 1 Sept. 8pm.
SATURDAY 29th SEPTEMBER 1990
Fri & Sat Mats 1.30pm. £4.50(£3). Women 2000 presents a political look at food and the food industry from Third World production to Western indulgence. A multi-media show starring Libby McArthur as part of the (ilasgow Women‘s Festival.
Workshop Fri 31 Aug 8; Sat 1 Sept.
2. 15pm. Free to ticket holders for (‘nnsimiing Passions. A chance to explore some of the foody issues raised in Women 2000's play.
I ST ENOCH STATION St Iinoch Square. 227 551 1.
Dancing Underground Sun 9. Sun 16. Sun 23 8; Sun 30 Sept. 8pm. £4.50 (£3.50). The auditorium is an underground train. the stages are station platforms. Twelve musicians and dancers choreographed by Jacob Marley perform one of the most unusualof1990events.
I ST ROLLOX LOCOMOTIVE WORKS Springburn. 552 5413.
The Second Coming Fri 7-Sun 9 and Wed l2—Sun 16 Sept. 8.30pm. £6.60(£3.60). Test Department follows up last year‘s stunning multi-media (imlmldin performance with an even more ambitious show that takes place over five and a half acres. using a cast of 70 as well as rail engines and heavy machinery. Script by Scottish journalist Neal Aschcrson.
I SCOTTISH MASK AND PUPPET CENTRE 8 Balcarres Avenue. Kclvindale. 3396185. The centre is open Tue~Sat 10am—5pm and Still 2—5pm. A 30-minute talk and tour round the centre costs £1 (75p). Workshops and information is available by appointment (the centre's library contains over 800 titles).
I STRATHCLYDE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS UNION 90 John Street. 552 4-100 ext 2362. Rarin' To Go Mon 3—Fri 7 Sept. All day. Free. A festival by. for and about the over-50s which features cabaret and theatre performances as well as