Performance Group presents tts own mixture of traditional and modern dance andsong.


I Robert Halpern Pavilion 'l‘heatre. l2l chfield Street. Glasgow . (MI 332 18-16.

7.3llpm. £4. Regularhelpingot hy'pnotisni i

from the popular entertainer.

I Theatresports Bedlam 'l'heatre. l‘orrest Road. lidinburgh. ()3] 225 9893. Midnight. Improvised student comedy.


I The Comic Club Blackfi'iars. ~15 Albion Street. Merchant (‘ity . Glasgow _ [)4] 553 5934. 9pm. £4.50 (5.35“). Baropcn 8.30pm—midnight. Regular weekly supply of Glasgow stand-up.

I Robert Halpern Pavilion 'l‘heatrc. Ill Renfield Street. Glasgow . ()41 332 (Salty 7.30pm 3; midnight. £5. See liri 21.

I Give Me An Inch and I'll Take AFiver Bedlam 'I‘heatre. liorrest Road. lidinburgh. ()31 235 9W3. Midnight. See Tue 2.


I The SalamanderCtub ( 'afe Royal. west Register Street. lidinburgh. S llpm. £2 (£1 ). Many apologies to anyone who turned up at the Salaiiiander's previously listed gigs in September. btit the management of the proposed \ enue decided not to go ahead. Thinking on its feet. the club has moy ed to the other side of Princes Street to present a weekly rntx ofcomedy and rmtsic during October. Arnold is the compere. Lucy .lohnstonc is the comic and Friends of l larry Green is the hand. If you are interested in try iitg your hand at a spot of stand-up. call Arnold on 22% 1838.


I Gong Night At The Tron the Iron Theatre. Victorian Bar. (t3 ‘l‘rongate.()41 5534267. 1(t.3t)pm. liree. l.ate Bartill lam. 'l‘he cabaret scene iii Glasgow has flourished quite considerably since The Tron had its last Gong Nights two years ago. so they‘re set to make a welcome return now. I'unny l‘armer and baldy bastard l-‘red McAulay is tonight‘s Gongmaster arid he‘ll be giving an ar rayof tip-and-coming cabaret acts Just one minute to endear themselves to the audience. If you'd like to prove yourselfin the field of stand-up entertainment. you should ring ('aroline Hall on 0-11 552 3748.


GLASGOW Performance

I GOVAN TOWN HALL Summertown Road. 4-35 l (HIS.

lqhawe Sun 7 ()ct. Spin. £4 (£2 ). Iqliawe. meaning 'hero'. are a Sotitli African dance group. comprising three women and two men. They have been in Glasgow since July. working with Scottish theatre companies and performing with the Sechaba Performance Group. consisting of themselves and a group of South African writers. actors. singers and musicians.

I ROBIN ANDERSON THEATRE 2t») West Princes Street. 329 551 l.

Jacqueline Anderson/ Mary Niblett/ Karen Grant l-‘ri 2S Sept. Spin. til-£4. 'l'hree of Scotland's independent choreographers. present art eycning ofcontrasting work. accompanied by live music from David Briegnan and Mactimba.

Randomoptic Pick-Up Company/ Maxine Railton Sat 2‘) Sept. Spm. £2 £4. l'ornied in January 1990. Randomoptic aim to give like-minded artists the opportuniton working together w ith dance. music and video. 'l‘heir first production .Slrtllgfft’lrl. involving prepared pianos and three performers was given an enthusiastic

response at the 'l'ravcrse 'l‘heatre eat lier this year. This together with 'I’lrrmv/mt‘k a new piece for two dancers and four musicians and [Cl/[pie a solo piece involving video and piano. form their part oftlie programme Sharingthebill. Scottish Ballet Steps ( )tit member. Maxine Railton. focuses her piece on the friendship between two women.

I ST ENOCH STATION St linoch Square. 327 5511.

Dancing Underground Sun 3t) Sept. 7.15pm & 9.15pm.£4.5()l£3.51)l.‘I‘heauditorium is art underground train. the stages are station platforms. ’l‘welye musiciansand dancers. choreographed by Jacob Marley. perform in one of the more unusualol l‘Nt ) events.

Classes I DANCE FACTORY 1-12 (‘alder Street. 423




13 December~5 January Tickets from £3 to £8

1/2 price concessions

(031) 229 9697


Sponsored by Radio Forth 97.3 REM

9430. Due to popular demand. the Dance Factory have opened a second studio. providing a wide range of classes for adults and children: teenage class£l .5t)(£2.5tt for 2). adult class £2.50 (£4.5l) for 2). senior citizen class£l .50.

Dance Exercise Mon. opm & 8.15pm. wed. I (rpm.

Jazz Mon. b.45pm (level 2). 7.3llpm (level I). 'l'hursdays. 7pm (for beginners). Callanetics Mon. (r-ISpm. Wed. b.45pm.

course starts on Thurs 4 Oct. 7.3li—t).3t)pm. £2l) waged; £8 unwaged. A class. run by The Natural Dance Group. exploring movement through dance improvisation. touch. games and relaxation. An interest in dance or movement is all you need. W'ear loose.

' comfortable clothing and arrive in time to relax. liverybody welcome.

I HYNDLAND SECONDARY SCHOOL (‘larence Drive. phone 339 3708 or 333

Aerobics't'ue. (1pm (level 1). (v.45pm (level 2). 'l‘hurs 7pm.

Yoga 'I‘ue. 7.45pm.

Tap 'l‘ue. oASpm (beginners). Wed 7.45pm ( level 3). 'l‘hurs. (i. lfipni (level 3). Spm(leycl l).

Ballet ’l'ue. 7.45pm (beginners). W'ed. (1.45pm (level I).

Ballroom a. Latin t-‘ri. 7.30pm.

I GLASGOW ACADEMY OF DANCE 20.19 Queen Street. 22] ()75l).

Classes are held throughout the week in a mirrored and barred studio littltt feet square. £3»~£3.Sl). Phone for detailsof daily classes.

Open Elementary Ballet Mondays

7.3(l 9pm.

Lunchtime Stretch ‘t‘tiesttziys

12.30pm 1.15pm. Good for city centre workers.

Beginners Jazz Wednesdaysb.3ll~ spin. BeginnersTap't‘lttirsttuysfiao b.3llpm. Contemporary Beginners't‘httrsdays

0.3“ Spin.

Ballroom Fridays 7- 8pm.


Av cntte. phone 339 4777 for details. Contemporary Dance Class Mon 7 trauma with Jane Simpson. £2. Phone 334 334‘) for details.

Callanetics and Dancercise 'I‘htirsdays (1.45pm w ith ls'aren Pasi.

Jazz Dance 'l'hursdays Spin w ith Karen l’asi.


Exploration of Movement liigltt-wcek

0033 for details.

Dance Workshop Sat it Oct 10am-5pm. Sun 7 ()ct 1 5pm. £2“ ( £8). ()rganised by Glasgow ‘s Natural Dance Group and run by Miranda 'l'ufnell the workshop isopen to anyone interested in dance.


Square. tickets from Kailpiizt. Patrick Square. NW 989”.

Mamata Shankar BalletTroupe Fri 28 Sept. 7.3ltpni.£~1(concs £3). ()ne of lndia'sbest classical and folk dance companies who perform under the guidance of Mamata and ( ‘liandrodoy'. a husband and wife team.

I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 l lamilton Place. 236435.

BackTo Back Mon 1 Vlue 2 ()ct. Spin. £3.50 (£3.5lt). A double programme incorporating Game Over choreographed

by Jacqueline Anderson arid Strictly For Birds by Mary Niblctt. The former. set in a bar. examines human relationships while

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Patron: Scottish Brewers

3 World Premieres by

3 contemporary writers

Tron Cale Bars open 7 days a week


Tron Theatre Company

by Chris Hannon - Directed by Michael Boyd

Sat 13 Oct. - Sun 4 Nov. at 7.30pm Half Price Previews: l3 & l4 October


Tron Theatre Com n


by Anne Downie

Directed by Michael Boyd

Sat l0 Nov. - Sal l Dec. at 7.30pm Half Price Previews: )0 & ll November


Dorothy Paul & Phil McCall in

THE TREASURE OF WOOKIMAGOO A Pantomime by Bruce Morton

Sat 8 Dec. l990 - Sun 27 Jan. I99)

at 7.30pm. Matinees at 2.30pm.

Half Price Previews: 8 & 9 December


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