The Dance Hit of Glasgow's Women 2000' BACK TO BACK DANCE COMPANY 'Three New Dance Pieces’ 1 MON 1 - TUE 2 OCT 8pm
'A Bold New Adaptation . . . a Brilliant Shakespeare' TAG
'Twelfth Night' I . WED 3 - SAT 6 OCT 8pm
ALL TICKETS £3.50 (£2.50)
34 HAMILTON PLACE
EDINBURGH EH3 5AX 031 226 5425
ONLY IN GLASGOW! ONLY FOR 6 WEEKS!
The Ship's Company presents
Tickets £3 to £25 Irom the TICKET CENTRE
THE EPIC STORY Of A RI
HARLAND AND WOLFE
GOVAN, GLASGOW THE SHIP'S COMPANY
William Armour Freddie Boardby Joe Brady Andrew 8yatt Juliet Cadsz Jake D'Arcy James Grant
Jimmy Logan Derek Lerd William MacBain Hugh Martin
Neil McKinven Sandra McNeeley
Joe Mullaney Joiin Murtagh Victoria Naitn Brian Pettrter
Mary Riggans Tom Watson
Fen-name Dinette Qlotnpang M
A tale of the creation of Frankenstein
THEATRE Tues 2nd -
Sun 14th October
(not Mon 8th)
7.30pm ADVANCE BOOKING .- 041 227 551 1
on o Specially constructed ocean liner!
Written and directed by BILL BRYDEN Designed by WILLIAM DUDLEY Music by
= JOHN TAMS
VER AND ITS PEOPLE ISSEPTEMBER 270mm
THE SHIP'S BAND
Phil Cunningham, piano accordtan Neil Hay. bass gurtar
Iain Mcdonald. highland pipes
Rod Paterson vocals. acoustic gunar Mite Travrs. drums. percusscn Wendy Weatherby. vocals. cello
Ta) Wyzgowski, electric gunar
Funded from Glasgow District Council‘s Festivals Budget. Funded by Strothctydo Rogme Council. Sponsored by BBC Scoth a GE C Scotland.
the latter is a humorous study ofbird behaviour. Both are accompanied by live music.
Classes I ASSEMBLY ROOMS George Street.
phone dance r-in-reside nce Tamsin Grainger on 220 4348 for details. A new season of Dance Base classes started on 1 1 September. Just turn up in loose. unrestrictive clothing. Integrated Dance And Creative Movement Tue 10.30am—12.30pm. £1.50. WithJcnny Agate. JazzTuc 12.30—1.30pm. £2(£l). Over 405 Dancercise Tue 1 .30—2.30pm. £2 £1 . .(Iazi Level 2 Tue 5.30—7pm. £2.50(£1.50). Tap Beginners Tue 7—8pm. £2 (£1 ). Tap Level 1 Tue 8—9pm. £2 (£1 ). Jazz Advanced Wed 11am—1pm.£2.50 (£1.50). Contemporary Wed 6.30-8pm. £2.50 (£1.50). Adult Perlonnance Group Wed 8—9pm. £2 (£1). Warm Up Thurs 9—9.30am. JazzThurs 9.30—1 lam. £3 (£2). Theatre School class.
(£2). Theatre School class.
Jazz Level 1 Thurs 5.30—7pm. £2.50 (£1.50).
Mime Beginners Thurs 7—9pm. £30 for 12 weeks.
Contemporary Avdanced Fri 10.30—noon. £2.50(£1.50).
Jazz Beginners Fri 5.30-7pm. £2.50 (£1.50).
Spanish Beginners Fri 7—8pm. £10 (£5) for 5 classes.
Dance Improvisation Sat 11am—1pm.£2.50 (£2).
Indian Dance Workshop Sat 29 Sept. 10am—noon. £3 (£2). Held by the Mamata Shankar Ballet Troupe who are performing at the (ieorge Square Theatre on Fri 28 Sept.
Creative Dance Workshop Sat 29 Sept. I—2.30pm. £2.50 (£1 .50). Minimum age 12. Lead by Stephanie Sellie.
Creative Dance Workshop Sat 29 Sept. 3—5.30pm. For under 12s. lead by Stephanie Sellie.
I CRAIGLOCKHART SPORTS CENTRE 177 (‘olinton Road. 443 ()101.
A variety of adult coaching sessionsare available. including Women's Activity Mornings. Aerobics. Fitness Training and Yoga. Phone the centre for more information.
I ELCHAT A variety ofclasses and workshops in creative and contemporary dance. for all ages and abilities. are available throughout East Lothian. Phone Stephanie Sellie on 031 665 371 1 ext 244 for details.
I EPWORTH HALLS Nicolson Square. phone 2291071 forinfo.
All classes are taught by Tracy 1 Iawkes. director of Spring and a member of Khoros Dance Theatre. and are £2.50 (£2) per session. Classes have now re-opencd for the Autumn term.
Open Ballet Mondays 5.30pm.
Jazz for Adults Mondays 6.30pm. Beginners welcome. TaptorAdults Tuesdays 6.30pm. Beginners welcome. Jautor‘reenagers Wednesdays 5.30pm. Ballet for Adults Wednesdays6.30pm. Beginners welcome. Adult Pertormance Group Phone Tracy I'Iawkes on 2291071 for details.
I GRACEMOUNT LEISURE CENTRE 22 Gracemount Drive. 658 1940. (‘lasses are held in ballet. tap and modern dance. yoga. fitness weights. aerobics. self defence. gymnastics. and stretch and tone gentle exercise for beginners. intermediates and over 40s with a free creche available during some ofthe sessions. All classes are £1 .60 (£ 1 ) per session and are held on a casual basis for women only. Phone the centre for details.
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Running from Wed llluntil Sun 1-1 October. the tenth National Review of Live Art is the biggest and most ambitious yet. Based for the third — and possibly last — consecutive year at (ilasgow‘s Third Iiye ('entre. it features nearly everyone who‘s anyone in the weird and wonderful world ofexperimental art and theatre.
All events are in the Third liye(‘entre. 346—354 Satichiehall Street. (ilasgow, unless otherwise specified. A day ticket which allows access to all installation areas. performances. video screenings and talks (capacity permitting) costs £0 ( £4)on Wed and Thurs and £8 (£6) for the rest of the week. The Box ()ffice is open from 10am and can be contacted on 041 332 0522. Please note that children under the age of 14 will not be allowed intolive performances.
Full details can be found in the official programme available from the Third liye Centre.
EVERY DAY Wednesday 10—Sunday 14
I Slill Tills (iallery 2. All day (on Sat 13 until 6pm only. and not on Sunday). Alastair MacLennan’s installation considers ethics. ecology and ethnicity. See Panel.
I Video Portraits Foyer. All day. Marty St James and Anne Wilson have created a series ofthrce films in which moving images are boxed within a traditional ornate picture frame.
I No. 11 The Lane. All day. Noise-merchants the Bow (iamelan Ensemble tune into the sounds ofTin (‘an Alley to make their fourth record.
I Videos Studio. Noon—6pm: 7.30—9pm. A video compilation of work from the past five years ofcxperimental performance edited together by Stephen Partridge. I Talk: Geraldine Pilgrim (ilasgow University Drama Department. Drama Studio. 63 llillhcad Street. 1.30pm. Geraldine Pilgrim talks about Life/1nd .V'othing But. I Talk: BOW Gamelan (ilasgow School of Art. 167 Renfrew Street. 3.30pm. Bow (iamclan's musical installation is in the lane outside the Third Eye (‘entre — here they talk about it. I Talk: David Gale Studio. 6pm. (iale's subject is The ( ‘onservution of Energy. I 01 Darkened Rooms The Shelter. 7 Renfrew Court. 6pm. Loophole (‘ineina don‘t like just sitting back and enjoyinga movie. They like the viewer to take a much more involved role and so the film collective‘s screenings have as much to do with theatre. music and improvisation as they do the moving image. I Dinner Gallery 1.7.30pm. Ralph Ralph returns with the latest incarnation ofits international culinary performance. See PaneL I Cranky Winders 4 PS2. 9pm. Subtitled Journey Into Space For Medicinal Purposes. lan llinchliffe's performance is a vaudeville recollection of a West Yorkshire childhood. Dandelion and burdock gets a mention. so it meets with my approval.
GO'l‘he list 28 September— 11 October 1990