This section lists shows that are touring Scotland. There is a phone number lor ea company should you require more

number alter each venue listed is the telephone number for ticket enquiries tor that particular evening (please note. this not always the venue number).

I Can't Pay? Won't Pay! Borderline continues its tradition ofgiving

the supermarket shelves. Fast moving politics and farce occasionally over-the-top. but always politically spot-on and mostly hilarious. See Revi in Edinburgh Festival section. Aberdeen A rts Centre. King Street Tue 4~Sat 8 Sept. 8pm. 0224641 122.

12 Sept. 8pm. 0309 30397.

15 Sept. 7.30pm.041 332 1846.

I Cleaning Up Andy Mackic and Lynn Bains (who wrote 7284's excellent Nae and Wildact in this new musical about women fighting back against dodgy Clyde Theatre. Clydebank Wed 5—Sat Sept. 7.30pm.041 951 1200.

Ill-Tues 11 Sept. 7.30pm. 0389 62015. Stranraer Academy. 8 Hall Wed 12 Se 7.30pm. 0387 61234.

7.30pm. 0387 61234.

Tour continues.

run in the Edinburgh International

Buehner's tale. set in the French Revolution. with characteristic visual


lntonnatlon. Unless otherwise specified. the

Glaswegian re-workings to Dario Fo plays with this popular comedy about a riot at

Universal Hall Arts Centre. Findhorn Wed Ptlt'llltnl Theatre. GlasgowThurs l3—Sat Problem) join forces with Dave Anderson

management practices. A musical battle ofthe workers. Details on041 951 1444.

Denny Civic Theatre. Dumbarton Mon

Castle Douglas High School Thurs 13 sept.

I Danton's Death (‘ommunicado sets off on a three-month tour after a successful

Festival. Gerry Mulgrew treats Georg


musical invention. Some beautiful details on 031 228 5465. Sept. 7.30pm. 041 5524267. 8pm. 0224 641 122.

Tour continues.

I The Ghost oi Benii O'Neil Phantom six 9119.

8 Fri 31 Aug. I Hamlet The innovative community

Shakespeare‘s tragedy as a visual

PL spectacle with a minimum oflanguage. Music. movement. mime. masks and large scale visual effects. More information on

0412044413. Sept. 7.30pm. 7.30pm.

Edinburgh Wed 5 Sept. 7.30pm.


moments of theatrical imagination make it well worth seeing. but the component parts don‘t always gel together. More

The Tron Theatre. Glasgow until Sun 2

Aberdeen Arts Centre Tue 1 l—Sat 15 Sept.

Productions tours the community venues with the play by T.G. Crocket and “G. Wilson. More information on 041 332

Belshill Cultural and Recreational Centre

theatre company Fablevision. reinterprets

Denny Civic Theatre. Dumbarton Sat 1 Victoria Hall. Helensburgh Tue 4 Sept. Triangle A rts Centre. West Pilton Bank.

Town Hall. I’ortrose Sat 8 Sept. 7.30pm.

VOICE-M'ORKS pl‘t'\('11I British Prem liy Shauna Kanter

of Palestine in 1948. seen through the Palestinian women.

Wed 5 ~ Sun 9 September 10.15pm

Tickets £3 (£2)

Tue 1 1 Fri 14 September 7.30pm FAIR FRIDAY present 'l'III-Z BOYWIK


Fri31 August 10pm


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Sat 1 : Fri 7 8. Sat 8 September 10pm

(LlilI.II)IIS Tickets £3

Fri 31 August Sun 2 September 8pm CLYDE I'NI'IY 'I’IIIiA'I'RI-I present WALKING SI I.\I)()\V lit John Binnie Tickets Tue —- Thu. Sun £4 (£2); Fri 8. Sat £5 (£3)

Tue 4 August - ~ Sun 9 September 7:30pm


A profoundly movmg production based in the exploswe and oppressnve world

eyes and words of Israeli and

Tickets Tue Thu. Sun C41£2):Fri& Sat £5 (£3)

MANDI-IIA 'I'II liA'I‘RI-I ( i031 I’ANY present TI I F. DORM

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Tickets Tue —- Thu £4 (£2); Fri & Sat £5 (£3)

Village Hall. Poolewe Mon 10 Sept. 7.30pm.

McKenzie Day Centre. lnverness Tue 1 1 Sept. 1pm.

The Spectrum Centre, In verness Tue 1 1 Sept. 7.30pm.

Lochaber High School, Fort William Wed 12 Sept. 7.30pm.

The Lesser City Hall. Perth Thurs 13 Sept. 7.30pm.

I Muniong The Western Australian Theatre Company joins forces with some Scottish actors for a dramatised reading of the first ever all-Aboriginal play. Racism in thc outback. Details on 041 3320522. Maryhill Burgh Halls Fri 3] Aug. 7.30pm. I Videoscope Cumbernauld Theatre‘s third new play ofthc year is by Ann Marie Di Mambro who takes a look at life inside a Italian run video rental shop. More details on 0236 732887.

Dolphin Arts Centre. Glasgow Tue 1 1 Sept. 7.30pm.041 5567412.

Dalmarnock Community Education Centre Wed 12 Sept. 7.30pm. 041 556 7412.

Crawfurd Theatre, Jordanhill Thurs 13—Fri 14 Sept. 7.30pm. 041 950 3437. Tour continues.


I Robert Halpem Pavilion Theatre. 121 Renficld Street. Glasgow. 041 3321846. 7.30pm. £4. Regular helping ofhypnotism from the popular entertainer.

I Jam-Packed Cabaret Craigmillar Festival Society Arts Centre. Newcraighall Road. Edinburgh. 031661 5877. 8pm. £2.50 (£1.50). A line-up of comedy stars from the Edinburgh Fringe turn up in Craigmillar to do their stuff.


I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 45 Albion Street. Merchant City. Glasgow. 041 552 5924. 9pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Baropen 8.30pm—midnight. Regular weeklysupply of Glasgow stand-tip. Tonight Stu McDonald introduces new comic Anne Kerr. Funny Farmer Martha McBriarand Halfway to Paradise star Bruce Morton. I Joke Box Bar Point. 42 Wellmeadow Street. Paisley. 041 889 5188. 8.30pm.

I Robert Halpern Pavilion Theatre. 121 Renfield Street. (ilasgow.(l413321846. 7.30pm. £5. See Fri3l.


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Tel. (041) 204 5995


2—8, High Street, Edinburgh

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I PAVILION THEATRE Box Office Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. [Access: ST. Facilities: WS.G. Help: AA].

I Scottish Medical Aid For Palestine Benetit Pavilion Theatre. 121 Renfield Street. Glasgow. 041 332 1846. 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?


I Robert ltaIpem Pavilion Theatre. 121 Renfield Street. Glasgow. ()41 3321846. 7.30pm. £4. See Fri31.


I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 45 Albion Street. Merchant City. Glasgow. 041 552 5924. 9pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Baropen 8.30pm—midnight. Regular weekly supply of Glasgow stand-up. Last year‘s So You Think You're Funny? winner. Phil Kay joins Fred McAulay. Alex Frackleton and a new comic in a night ofmirth.

I Robert italpern Pavilion Theatre. 121 Renfield Street. Glasgow. ()41 3321846. 7.30pm & midnight. £5. See Fri 31.


I Pure Shi'ite Cumbernauld Theatre. Cumbernauld. 0236 732887. 7.45pm. £4.50 (£2.25). Stu Who? maintains his position as the busiest comedian in Scotland as he tours with his Edinburgh Fringe show.


GLASGOW Performance

I CRAWFURD THEATRE Jordanhill College. 76 Southbrae Drive. 9503437. Asian Arts Sat 8 Sept. 7.30pm. £3 (£1 ). Music and dance performance.

Portrait 01 Anna Pavlova Mon l0—Fri 14 Sept. 7.30pm; Wed 12—Fri 14Sept 1.15pm. £3.50(£2.50). Presented by Ballet Creations.

I KING'S THEATRE Bath Street. 227 5511. Ballets 01 Love And Longing Fri 7-Sitt 15 Sept. 7.30pm (not Sun 9 Sept ); Sat 8 8:15 Sept. 2.30pm. £3—£l7. Appearingin Edinburgh and Aberdeen later in the month. the Scottish Ballet perform three romantic pieces. The first. choreographed by .liri Kylian. is Forgotton Land. the second created originally for Ballet Rambert by Antony Tudor is Jardin A at Lilas and the third is Act III of Marius Petipa ’s Raymonda.


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