on a specially constructed ocean liner!

Written and directed by BILL BRYDEN Designed by WILLIAM DUDLEY Music by


Musical Director

Phil Cunningham


The Ship's Company presents


Tickets £3 to £25 from the TICKET CENTRE

041-227 5511




Phil Cunningham. piano accordtan Neil Hay. bass guitar

Iain Mcdonald. highland pipes

Rod Paterson vocals. acoustic gurtar Mike Travis. drums. poroussion



William Armour Jimmy Logan Freddie Boardley Derek L0rd

Joe Brady Wllllam MacBatn Andrew Byatt Hugh Mantn Juliet Cadzow Phil McCall Jake DArCy Neil MCKIT‘iven Tom Watson Wendy Weatherby. vocals. cello James Grant Sandra McNeeley Jan WllSOn Ta) Wyzgowskt. electric gunar

Funded from Glasgow District Council‘s Festivals Budget. Funded by Strathcryda Regional Council. Sponsored by BBC Scotland 4 GE C Scotland.

Joe Mullaney John Munagh Vic10na Natrn Brian Petttter Mary Riggans

by Rona Munro Directed by Lynne Parker

A play for our times, exploring with humour and insight the lives of women in West Belfast.



tst 6th GLASGOW Old Athenaeum 8th 81 9th STIRLING MacRobert Arts Centre IOth DRUMCHAPEL Community Centre 11th LOCHGELLY Theatre 12th GREENOCK Arts Guild 13th GLASGOW Househill Community Centre 16th - 20th MUSSELBURGH Brunton Theatre 23rd BLAIRGOWRIE Town Hall 24th DUNDEE Bonar Hall 26th GOVAN Pearce Institute 27th DUMBARTON Denny Civic 291h KIRKINTILLOCH Town Hall 30th AYR Civic Theatre 31 Oct 3 Nov EDINBURGH Theatre Workshop


6th GLASGOW Dolphin Arts Centre 7th - 10th PAISLEY Arts Centre 21 st GLASGOW John Mains Community Centre 22nd KILMARNOCK Palace Theatre 23rd SELKIRK Victoria Hall 24th GOVAN Pearce Institute


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people features a full-size ship and a cast of actors and welders. Directed by Bill Bryden. it is set to be one of the most spectacular productions of 1900 ()nThurs 27 Sept there is a Royal (iala Charity Performance where for between £ l0and £32 you can get a chance to rub shoulders with that well-known sailor. Princess Anne.

I KING'S THEATRE Bath Street. Box Office. Mon-Sat noon 6pm. 4 bars. Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. Candlcriggs. Mon—Sat 10.30am Spot. 227 5511 or otherTicket Link box offices. [Access: 1’. L. Facilities: WC. R. (i. I leIp: A. AA].

Ballets of Love and Longing L'ntil Sat 15 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat Mat 15 Sept. 2.30pm. Sec Dance Listings.

The Steamie Mon 17- Sat 22 Sept 7.30pm Also Wed 1‘) at 2.30pm and Sat 22 at 3pm. £3.50—£8. Sce Touring and Review .

A Royal Variety Pertormance Sun 23 Sept, 7.30pm. £3—£25. As part of a minor launch for the James Scotland Trust Fund. the Scottish Community Drama Association presents this variety performance in the presence of the Princess Margaret. Among the many performers are Jimmy Logan. Jack Milroy. Scottish Ballet and Scottish Opera.

The Butterfly Children Tue 25 Sat 2‘) Sept. 7.30pm. Wed & Sat Mats 3pm. £3 £7.50.

The Mitchell Theatre For Youth had much

success earlier in the year with this new pop musical. so they're trying otit on the King‘s stage. Energetic family entertainment.

I MITCHELL THEATRE (iranville Street.

221 3198. Box Office Mon— Sat noon 8pm.

Bar. Cafe. Tickets also available from the Ticket Centre. Candlcriggs. 227 5511. Mon—Sat 10.30am -6.30pm. [Accc-ss: PPA. ST. Facilities; WC. WS.(i. R. B. Help: A. AA].

Les Liaisons Dangeureuses t 'ntiI Sat 22 Sept. 2.30pm (Weds and Sats); 7.30pm (Mons—Sats). £10.50 £14.50. Stand-by tickets £6 every night half art hour before the performance. The Royal Shakespeare Company’s multiple award-w inning production of Christopher 1 lampton’s adaptation comes to the end of its long

““' ‘4 e - - ..

summer run. Sex. scandal and expensive underwear in pre-Revolutionary Pat is in an otherwise uninspiring production

I OLD ATHENAEUM THEATRE I79 Buchanan Street. 332 5 I 27. Box Office open 10am-6pm and 8pm on performance days. [Accessz limited].

The Third Tenant Lintil Sat 16 Sept. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). The Wicked Ladiesin a new play by Natasha (ierson which brings together three higth unsuitable personalities in a single flat. Part of Glasgow Women 's I'r's‘tr'vu/ .

Videoscope Tue ISASat 22 Sept. 7.30pm. See Touring and Review.

Bailegangaire Mon 24 -Sat 21) sept. 7.30pm. See Touring and Preview.

I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. Paisley. 887 1010. Box ()fficeopen Tue—Sun noon - 8.30pm. Bar (open noon—l 1pm Tue—Sat; 12.30 2.30pm & 6.30—1 1pm Sun. Meals served). Cale (open noon—11pm). [Access PPA. ST. Facilities: WC. WS. G. R. B. Help: A. AA].

Videoscope Sat 15 Sept. 8pm. £4 (£2 I. See Touring.

Twelfth Night Sat 22 Sept. Sprn. £4 I £2 ). See Touring and Review.


The Rise and Shine oI Comrade Fiasco and Bambu Mon 24 Sept. Time lobe confirmed. £4 (£2). Double bill ofplays brought together for (ilasgow'sSechaba anti-Apartheid festival. The Riseand Shine of ( 'ornradt' Fiasco was one of the surprise discoveries on this year's tidinburgh Fringe and concerns a forgotten Zimbabwean liberator in a furious comic-tragedy. Barnbu is an exciting and disturbing study ofvigilantes in the Western Cape Region of South Africa. Recommended. See Open Page Panel.

Endangered Species and Ramon Sat 29 Sept. Time to be confirmed. £4 (£2). See above and Touring.

Can't Pay? Won't Pay! Wed 26 Sept. 8pm.

; See Touring.

I PALACE THEATRE ‘I (ireen Street. Kilmarnock.0563 23590. [Accessz P. L. Facilities: WC. WS. li.(i. R. B. Help: A. AA]. The Andy Cameron Show Sat 15 Sept. 7.30pm. £4 (£3). Sec Cabaret. Can‘t Pay? Won't Pay Fri 21 Sept. 7.30pm. See Touring The Carlin Moth Thurs 27 Sept. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50). See'l‘ouring. I PAVILION THEATRE 121 Renfield Street. 332 1846. Box ()ffice Mon—Sat Warn—Spin. Bar. IAceess: ST. Facilities: WS. (i. llclp: AA]. Robert Halpem [ivcry Fri 8; Sat. 7.30pm. £4 £5. See Cabaret. Can't Pay? Won‘t Pay! Until Sat 15Scpt. 7.30pm. £2.50 £5.50. See Touring. I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA I00 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. [Access: PPA. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. AS. R. B. T. (‘1. Help: A. AA]. The Women's Music Hall Sun 16 Sept. 8pm. £5 (£2.50). Bearers of the radical Music Hall tradition. the Celebrated (iaslight (iaietics mix period material with new gags and music for this evening of feminist \‘ar‘icty as part of Glasgow Women 's‘ l-i'stivul. Special guests are nromiscd. I ST ENOCH'S STATION St lanoch Square. 227 5511. Dancing Underground Sun 16. Sun 23 & Sun 30 Sept. 7.45pm & 9. 15pm. The auditorium is an underground train. the stages are station platforms. Twelve musicians and dancers choreographed by Jacob Marley perform one of the most unusual of 1900 events. See Dance Review. I ST ROLLOX LOCOMOTIVE WORKS Springburn. 552 5413. The Second Coming L'ntil Sun 16Sept. H.30pm. £6.60 (£3.60). Test Department follows tip last year‘s stunning multi-mcdia (iorldodin performance with an even more ambitious show that takes place over five and a half acres. usinga cast of 70. as well as rail engines and heavy machinery. Script by Scottish journalist Neil Ascherson. See Review. I SCOTTISH MASK AND PUPPET CENTRES Balcarres Avenue. Kelvindalc. 3396185. The centre is open Tue—Sat 10am—5pm and Sun 2—-5pm. A 30-minute talk andtour round the centre costs £1 (75p). Workshops and information is available by appointment (the centre's library containsover 800 titles). I THE SHELTER 7 Renfrew Court. Renfrew Street. 332 6231. The Actors Shelter livery Monday. 7.30pm. An informal meeting place and information exchange for actors based in Scotland. I TRAMWAY THEATRE Albert Drive. 423 9527. 'l tekcts frorn Ticket Centre 041 227 5511 Illelp: 1.. WC. WS.C]. 30 Fri l4«Sat 15 Sept. 8pm. £6.50(£3.50). Sec Dance and Feature. Jeckyll and Hyde Wed l9—Sun 23 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat 22 Mat 2.30pm. Previeszue 18 Sept. £5 (£2.50). Lined-up to coincide with the Glasgow Mela (see Blowout Feature). Theatre Teliesin from Wales join forces with local multi-cultural groups in a spectacular. large-scale interpretation of the Jt’t‘kT/l and Hyde story. See