for 7:84 takes a witty and observant look at the lives of three women in Belfast. See Review. More details on 041 3312219. Pearce Institute, Govan Fri 26 Oct, 7.30pm,0414451941.

Denny Civic Theatre Sat 27 Oct. 7.30pm, 0389 62015.

Kirkintilloch Town Hall Mon 29 Oct, 7.30pm.0417761328.

Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh Wed 31—Sat 3 Nov. 8pm. 031 2265425.

Dolphin Arts Centre, Glasgow Tue 6 Nov. Paisley Arts Centre Wed 7-Sat 10 Nov. Tour continues. I Cleaning Up Andy Mackie and Lynn Bains (who wrote 7284‘s excellent Nae Problem) join forces with Dave Anderson and Wildcat in this new musical about six women fighting back against dodgy management practices. A musical battle of the workers. It has its moments, but is marred by weak plot structure. naive politics and dated music. Details on 041 951 1444.

Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock Fri 26—Sat 27 Oct, 7.30pm, 0563 23590.

Glasgow Community Tour Mon 29—Sat 3 Nov, 7.30pm, ring Wildcat for details.

I Dog In The Bath and The Yellow Wallpaper A double-bill from the excellent Mandela Theatre Company. The first is the premiere of a play by David Strachan about a man who returns to Scotland after being imprisoned in South Africa. The second is directed by Oxygen House‘s Janet Dye and is an adaptation of a chilling short story about the demands of motherhood by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

Theatre workshop, Edinburgh Until Sat 27 Oct, 8pm.

Clovenstone Community Centre Mon 29 Oct, 7.30pm.

Bonnington Resource Centre Tue 30 Oct, 7.30pm.

Southside Community Centre Wed 31 Oct, 7.30pm.

C raigmillar Festival Society A rts Centre Thurs 1 Nov, 7.30pm.

TriangleArLs Centre. Pilton Fri 2 Nov, 8pm.

Royston Wardieburn Community Centre Mon 5 Nov, 7.30pm.

I The Fllttlng Cumbernauld‘s final new play of the year is a surreal comedy written by Tom McGrath and based on his experiences of living in the new town in the late 80s. See review. Details on 0236 732887.

Crawfurd Theatre, Jordanhill Until Sat 27 Oct, 7.30pm. 041 950 3437.

RSA MD, Chandler Studio, Glasgow Mon 29LWed 31 Oct, 7.30pm, 041 332 5057. Greenock Arts Guild Thurs 1 Nov, 7.30pm, 0475 23038.

Magnum Theatre, Irvine Fri 2 Nov, 7.30pm, 0294 78381.

Howden Park Centre, Livingston Sat 3 Nov, 7.30pm, 0506 33634.

Cumbernauld Theatre Tue 6—Sat 10 Nov, 7.45pm, 0236 732887.

I Heart and Bone Actual Theatre revives its Fringe First winning production of Stephen Greenhorn‘s over-rated play

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about a man who becomes disabled. The play was also produced for radio earlier in the year.

St Bride's Community Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh Until Sat 27 Oct, 7.30pm,03l 3461405.

Glasgow Arts Centre, 12 Washington Street Tue 30—Sat 3 Nov (not Fri 2).8pm. 041 221 4526.

Civic Theatre, A yr Fri 2 Nov, 8pm . 0292 264 639.

Community Central Hall, 304 Maryhill Road. Glasgow Wed 7 Nov, 7.30pm, 041 332 91 15.

Pearce Institute. Go van Thurs 8 Nov, 7.30pm,0414451941.

Tour continues.

I Torch Song Trilogy Harvey Fierstein‘s touching and comic tale about the life and loves ofa New York Drag Queen is revived in suitably camp style by Strathclyde Theatre Group. Should be good fun. Details on 041 204 4425. Paisley Arts Centre Mon 29-Tue 30 Oct. 7.30pm.

Cowane Theatre, Cowane Road, Stirling Sat 3 Nov, 7pm & Sun 4 Nov, 6.30pm. Glasgow A rts Centre, Washington Street Mon 5—Sat 10 Nov (not Fri 9), 7pm.

I Twellth Night TAG takes Alan Lyddiard‘s production of Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identity on a long tour

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of schools and theatres. An empasis on music and choreography. More details on 041 429 2877. -

Clan Donald Centre, Skye Sat 27 Oct. 7.30pm.

Eden Court Theatre, In verness Mon 29LTue 30 Oct, 8pm.

The Mill Theatre, Thurso Fri 2 Nov, 8pm. Skerray Village Hall Sat 3 Nov, 8pm.

I Witch Hunt Exciting new play by the promising young Glasgow company. Fablevision. See review. More detailson 041 204 4413.

Paisley A rts Centre Fri 26 Oct, 8pm. Carluke Recreation Centre Wed 31 Oct. 7pm.

I Woman at Glencoe An unusual collaboration between Scottish landscape photographer Colin Baxter and writer Jim Crumley. Crumley‘s debut play explores the ‘manipulative power of the mountain throng‘ and how it shapes the destiny of two women 300 years apart. Baxter's photographs are projected during the performance. See preview. More details on 0555 65022.

Assembly Rooms, George Street. Edinburgh Fri 26—Sat 27 Oct, 8pm. Cowdray Hall, Aberdeen Mon 29 Oct, 8pm.

Crawford A rt Centre, St A ndrews Tue 30 Oct. 8pm.

The Tolbooth, Stirling Thurs 1 Nov, 8pm. Perth Theatre, Perth Fri 2 Nov, 7.30pm. Paisley Arts Cantre Sun 4 Nov, 8pm.

Caol Community Centre, Fort William Tue 6 Nov, 8pm.

Clan Donald Centre, Isle of Skye Wed 7 Nov, 8pm.

The Village Hall, Poolewe Thurs 8 Nov. 8pm.

Tour continues.

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