] THE OLD
m— THEATRE 179 Buchanan St.
Glasgow G1 2J2 Tel: 041 332 2333 Autumn/Winter Season
‘Ned 12 - Sat 15 Sept. 7 30pm
THE THIRD TENANT by Natasha Geraon The Wicked Ladies VIDEOSCOPE by Ann-Marie di Mambro Cumbernauld Theatre Company
Mon 24 - Sat 29 Sept. 7.30pm
BAILEGANGAIRE (Town-With-No-Laughter) by Tom Murphy Winged Horse Touring Productions BOLD GIRLS by Rona Munro 7:84 Theatre Company TWELFT H NIGHT TAG Theatre Company Tickets 5 Information from the Old Athenuum Box Ofﬁce 041 332 2333 and all Ticketiink outlets
THE BRUNTON THEATRE SEASON 1990/91
ST JOAN - GEORGE BERNARD SHAW 13 - 29 SEPTEMBER SAT MAT. 22 SEPT 2.30
BRUNTON PLAYWRIGHTS WORKSHOP, Co-Ordinator VICTOR GREENE SATURDAYS, 15 SEPTEMBER, 6 OCTOBER. 27 OCTOBER 8. 17 NOVEMBER 2.00pm - 5.00pm. Admission: £1.00
AN EVENING OF MUSIC, BALLADS AND FOLKLORE AON BRACH presents "THE HAG IN THE BLANKET" SATURDAY 15 SEPTEMBER at 7.30pm Tickets: 2450 (Full Price). £3.50 (Concessions)
ALL EVENING PERFS 7.30pm £4.50 (Full Prlce), £3.50 (Cones) POSTAL BOOKINGS OPEN NOW. PERSONAL CALLE RS WELCOME SUBSCRIPTION PACKAGES AVAILABLE AT MARVELLOUS DISCOUNTS FURTHER BOOKING INFORMATION AND
PERFORMANCE TIMES PLEASE TELEPHONE (031) 665 2240 j
I TRON THEATRE 63 Trongate. 552 4267. Box Office Tue—Sat Noon—8pm; Sun 12.30—11pm. Closed Mondays. [Accessz R. ST. Facilities: WS. E. G. R. B. Help: AA].
Salvation Fri 14—Sun 30 Sept (not Tue 25). '
7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). Half price previews on Fri 14 & Sat 15. Peter Arnott‘slatest play is a political detective story set in a fictional foreign country. Music by Craig Armstrong and direction by Michael Boyd. Recommended. See Preview.
I UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW Hunter Hall west. Main Building. University Avenue. Scenes From Glasgow's Theatre History L'ntii Sttn leept. Mon-Sat 11am—5pm: Sun 2—5pm. Free. An exhibition presented by the Department ofTheatre
Studies and the Scottish Theatre Archive.
Amongst the exhibits are a model theatre. sey eraI pantomime set models. rare Edwardian costumes and some more recent ones from the Citizens. Well worth a \ISII.
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I BRUNTON THEATRE Musseiburgh. 665
2240. |Acccss: PPA. R. St. Facilities: WC. I
WS. E. G. 13. Help: AA]
StJoan L'ntil Sat 29 Sept. 7.30pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Sat Mat 22 Sept. 2.30pm.£2.50. Like the Glasgow Citizens'. the Brunton begins its autumn season with a George Bernard Shaw play. Charles Nowosielski directs the 1923 play. one of Shaw's most critically and commercially sucessfui. which deals with politics. religion and creativity. See Preview.
Brunton Playwrights Workshop Sat 15 Sept. 2—5pm. 1.1. New term ofworkshops for budding playwrights. co-ordinated by Victor Greene.
I CHURCH HILL THEATRE Morningside
Road. 228 1155. Tickets available from
Queen‘s Hall and L'sher Hall Box Offices.
Dance Display .Vlon 24—‘1‘ue 25 Sept. Two evenings with the Patricia Brown School of Dancing.
SilverJubilee Get-Together Sat 15 Sept. 7.30pm. Art informal soiree tocelebrate 25 years of Morningside‘s theatre. organised by the (‘hurch Hill Theatre Association. All member clubs are welcome to attend the party and have a look at the display of theatre memorabilia. Details front Andrew Wilson on 5569049. I KING'S THEATRE 2 Leven Street. 229 1201. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. (Access: PPA. L. Facilities: WC. WS. AS. E. G. B. Help: AA]
Shirley Valentine Until Sat 17 Sept. Fri 7.30pm. Sat 5pm & 8pm. £3.50-—£6.50. Loads better than the film version. Willy Russell's original stage play is a monologue about a working-class housewife (played here by Kate Fitzgerald) who dreams of escapingto more exotic climes. See Review.
Ballets 01 Love and Longing Wed l9—Sat 22 Sept. 7.30pm. Sat Mat 2.30pm. £5—£18.50 See Dance and Review.
The King and I Wed 26 Sept—Sat 13 Oct. Mon—Sat 7.30pm. Wed & Sat Mats 2.30pm. £6.50~£12.50. Major production of the classic l950s musical starring Susan Hampshire as Anna and Koshiro
Matsumoto as the King. The first major production in this country for more than a decade. Songs include ‘I Whistle A Happy Tune‘ and ‘Getting To Know You'.
I ST BRIDE'S CENTRE Orwell Terrace. 346 1405.
Help I'm Alive Mon 17—Sat 22 Sept. 7.30pm. £4 (£2). Theatre dc Complicité initiates the St Bride‘s Centre as a full-time theatre venue. with a show that began life at Glasgow‘s Tron Theatre in Mayfest. It‘s a modern reworking ofa traditional Italian commedia deli'arte script performed with Compiicité‘s typically physical and witty style. The show is partially improvised at each performance. so after its international tour it should be worth re-seeing even if you caught it first time round. See Preview.
I Bailegangalre Translated from the Gaelic. Winged Horse's latest production would be called Town With No Laughter.
Tom Murphy's play taps a rich vein oflrish
storytelling in a comic study of small-town life highly rated in Ireland and now on show forthe first time here. Details on041 357 2434. See Preview.
Aberdeen A rts Centre Tue iii—Sat 22 Sept. 8pm. 0224 641122.
OldAthenaeum Theatre. Glasgow Mon 24—Sat 29 Sept. 7.30pm. 041 332 2333. Tour continues.
I Bold Girls A new play by Rona Munro
the lives of three women in Belfast. More detailson 041 331 2219. See Preview. (‘umbernauld Theatre Thurs 27—Sat 29 Sept. 7.45pm. 0236 732887.
I Can’t Pay? Won't Pay! Borderline continues its tradition ofgiving Glaswegian re-workings to Dario Fo plays with this popular comedy about a riot at the supermarket shelves. Fast moving politics and farce — occasionally over-the-top. but always politically spot-on and mostly hilarious. Detailson 0292 281010.
Pavilion Theatre. Glasgow Until Sat 15 Sept. 7.30pm. 041 332 1846.
Magnum Theatre. Irvine Mon l7Sept. 7.30pm. 0294 78381.
Bonar Hall. Dundee Tue 18 Sept. 7.30pm. 0382 202513.
MaeRobert A rts Centre. Stirling Wed ISL-Thurs 20 Sept. 7.30pm. 078661081. Palace Theatre. Kilmarnoek Fri 21 Sept. 7.30pm. ()563 23590.
Arts Guild Theatre. Greenoek Sat 22 Sept. 7.30pm. 0475 23038.
Castle Douglas High School Mon 24 Sept. 7.30pm. 0556 3010.
Sirlohn Wilson Town Hall. Airdrie Tue 25 Sept. 7.30pm. 0236 62453.
Paisley Arts Centre Wed 26 Sept. 8pm.041 887 1010.
Motherwell Ci vie Theatre Thurs 27 Sept. 7.30pm. 0698 67515.
I The Carlin Moth Poetic folk tale delivered in Theatre Alba‘s unique Old Scots style and written by Robert McLelian. A young man is enchanted by a
spirit in the form ofa moth. much tothc
] concern ofhis supposed girlfriend and her WMWJQunioh‘
"1‘i 'ititw "
for 7:84 takes a witty and observant look at
mother. A mythical exploration ofhope.
desire and illusion. Details on 031 225 7942.
Mill Theatre. Thurso Fri I4~Sat I5Sept. 8pm. 0864 62019.
Kinloehewe Village Hall Tue 18 Sept. 7.30pm. 044584 230.
Poolewe Village Hall Wed 19 Sept. 8pm. Lithgo Theatre. Pearce Institute. (iot'an
Thurs 20—Sat 22 Sept. 8pm. 04] 445 1941.
Tour continues. I Cleaning Up Andy Mackie and Ly nn Bains (who wrote 7:84's excellent Nae
Problem) join forces with Dave Anderson and Wildact in this new musical about six
women fighting back against dodgy management practices. A musical battle
.ifthe workers. Details on 041 951 1444.
I See Review.
Moll-atAcademy Fri 14 Sept. 7.50pm. (153701254.
.S'anquar Town Hall Sat 15 Sept. 2.30pm.
l)flll71(‘ll(l/lt’l ( ‘ommunity ( 'entre. (iltisgott'
Mon 17' Sept. 7.30pm.04i 9449400.
('umhernaulil 'I‘heatre'l‘uc IS—Sat 22 Sept.
7.45pm. 0236 732887.
East Kilhride I'll/age Theatre Tue 25—Wed
26 sept. 8pm. 03552 48669.
Brodiek Town Hall. Arron Thurs 27 Sept.
7.30pm. 0770 2401.
I Dampbusters liasthall Residents Association highlight the serious health
effects ofcold damp housing in adevised
comedy with an angry message. More detailson 041 7718549.
[fast/tall Primary School. Ware Road , Glasgothue i 1 Sept. 7.30pm. 041 771 7020.
Cardonald College. .Ilosspark Drive. Glasgow Wed 12 Scpt.7.3llpm.(i41882 I568.
Eavtfield ('ommunity (entre. Dukes
Road. Rutherglen Wed 19 Sept. 7.30pm.
Kingsr: lge ( ‘ommunity ('entre. Achamore
Road. [Mono/tape! Thurs 20 Sept. 7.30pm. 041 944 7040.
Bishop/och Residents Hall. (I‘ltISg’UW'IUCS
25 Sept. 7.30pm. 041 7730"”5. Tour continues. I Danton's Death (‘ommunicado is on a
three-month tottr after a successful run in
the Edinburgh international Festival. Gerry Mulgrew treats (ieorg Buchner's tale set in the French Revolution with
58 The List 14— 27 September 1990