dramatisation. Also performing is Bruno dance.
I TRAVERSE THEATRE 112 West Bow. Grassmarket . 226 2633. Box Office Tue—Sat 10am—8pm. Sun 6—10pm. Bar. Rest. Tickets also available from the Ticket Centre. Market Street. lAccess: St Facilities: E. Help: AA].
And The Cow Jumped Over The Moon Until Sun 25 Nov (inc. Suns. but not Mons). 7.30pm. £5 (£3). The Traverse Theatre spreads its in-house productions more
I (nasscstut2275557. T H E T I M E ] Pans“ Visual Theatre Thurs 33-521124 NIW- I Nettes who became blind soon after I 10am—5pm. £35 (£45). An intensive studying drama in Paris. I s R I G H T l l three-day workshop with Krzysztof IASSEMBLY ROOMS George Street. 1 Miklazewski. actor. director. critic and 1 H EA? R E wo R K5 H o p film maker. His method of stagecraft is CHRISTMAS SHOW
Witch Hunt Fri 9 Nov. Fablevision revives derived from Kantor‘s methodology. > 1 9 9 o / : Exchange Classes on 227 5557. I BRUNTON THEATRE Musselburgh. 665
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/ Details of this and other Performance place in America. See review.
\ ITRON THEATRE 63 TrongaIC. 552 4267. 2240. [Access: PPA. R. St. Facilities: WC. Box Office Tue—Sat Noon—8pm: Sun 4 WS. E. G. B. Help: AA]
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I The Witches ol Pollok Sat 10 Nov—Sat 1 Dec. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). Half-price
1 previews on Sat 10and Sun I l.Anne
Downie looks back at 17th century witch trials and suggests that there might have been somethingin it. See preview.
I WOMEN IN PROFILE STUDIO 5 Dalihouse Lane. (iarnethill. 332 7377.
Improvisation Workshops For Women Every Tuesday. 7.30—9.30pm. 50p. Women of any age or experience are welcome to try their hand at movement. drama and improvisation in this series often autumn classes.
I ADAM HOUSE THEATRE Chambers Street. Booking on 668 2019.
You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown Mon 12—8th 17 Nov. 7.30pm. Late shows on Fri 16and Sat 17 Nov at 10pm. £4 (£2.50). It's the 40th birthday of Charles M. Shultz's most famous comic creation and to celebrate. Edinburgh Music Theatre is producingthis witty stage musical adaptation featuring Charlie Brown. Snoopy. Lucy and Linus.
Je Reste Aver: Vous. Jean Cocteau Sat 10 Nov. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). Details on 225 5366. A tribute to French playwright . Jean Cocteau. by Danielle Netter who has taken various Cocteau texts to create this
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Hiawatha Until Sat 10 Nov. 7.30pm. £4.50 (£2.50). Pipping the Royal Lyceum to the post. The Brunton YouthTheatre presents Michael Bogdanov‘s adaptation of Longfellow‘s poem.
Stags and liens Thurs 15—Sat 24 Nov. 7.30pm. Sat 24 mat 2.30pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Thurs 15 Nov first night.£3.50 (£2.50). A particularly successful season at the Brunton continues with Willy Russell‘s nightclub comedy which was reinterpreted for film as Dancing 'l'hru' The Dark. Set in the Ladies and Gents loos. it takesa hilarious look at the respective pre-wedding celebrations of a working-class bride and groom to be. Playwrights Workshop Sat 17 Nov. £1. 2—5pm. Under scrutiny at today‘s meeting is Sweeney 's Women by Bill Dunlop about the survival of the human spirit against the pressures of Civil War.
I CHURCH HILL THEATRE Morningside Road. 228 l 155. Tickets available from Queens Hall and Usher 1 lall Box Offices. The Anastasia File Until Sat loNov. 7.30pm. £4 (£3). The Mercators try to solve the mystery of Anastasia. a Grand Duchess of the Russian Imperial Family who may or may not have survived the revolution. Royce Ryton‘s play is based on information uncovered in the 1970s and on an interview with a woman whoclaims to be Anastasia.
The Lights Are Warm And Coloured Wed 21—Sth 24 Nov. 7.30pm. £3. A murderous tail of a woman accused. but acquitted of her parents' murder. Several years later the crime is re-enacted and new evidence comes to light. Davidson's Mains Dramatic Club appear in William Norfolk's play.
I KING'S THEATRE 2 Leven Street. 229 1201. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. [Accessz PPA. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. AS. E. G. B. Help: AA]
Baby Until Sat 10 Nov. 7.30pm. Sat Mat 2.30pm. £5—£l0. Broadway hit musical enjoys its British premiere on a pre-London run. Starring Tim Flavin. Dilys Walling and Susie Blake. it'sall about how the lives of three couples are affected by their impending parenthood. See review.
The Best ol Friends Mon I9—Sat 24 Nov. Mon—Fri 7.30pm. Sat 5pm and 8pm. £3—£6.50. Post-London run of l lugh Whitemore‘s play based on the friendship between George Bernard Shaw. a Benedictine nun and the director ofa museum in Cambridge. Touching and funny.
I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43 High Street. 556 9579. Box Office. 10am—4.30pm. 7—9pm perf. evgs. Cafe. [Accessz R. Facilities: WC. WS. E. G. B. R. Help: A. AA]
Waiting For Baby Tue 20—Sat 24 Nov. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2.50). Evening News critic. Raymond Ross. follows up his popular football comedy The Beautiful Gemme. with this black look at male attitudes to birth. sex and identity. See preview. '
I ST BRIDE'S CENTRE ()rwell Terrace. 346 1405.
On The Move Fri 9 Nov. 8pm. £2.50 (£1.50). A devised play by the integrated able-bodied and disabled company. Streets Ahead. about the struggles and successes of a male theatre director and a wheelchair bound woman.
On The Move Workshop Sat l0—Sun 11 Nov. 10am—4pm. Tutors from the Streets Ahead Theatre Company spend the
_ weekend exploring drama. music and
evenly across the year beginningwith Donna Francechild‘s comedy about breast cancer. Engaging and unsentimental. See review.
Sunstroke Tue 13 Nov. 7pm. £1 (50p). Edinburgh Playwrights Workshop gives a first reading to Jean Pawson‘s play about the spiritual forces behind Vincent Van Gogh.
Neighbourhood Watch Tue 20 Nov. 7pm. £1 (50p). Mairi Wallace considers the eternal problems of falling in love in a new play read by Edinburgh Playwrights Workshop.
I All The Time In The World Aileen Ritchie completes her Ma Mammy '5 Story trilogy for Clyde Unity Theatre with this storyof a working-class girl who escapes into her holiday romance. There are lots ofgood jokes. but the play veers on the side of sentimentality. More details of this part of the company‘s long tour on 031 5569591. Royston/Wardieburn Centre. Edinburgh Mon 12 Nov. 8pm.
Calton ( ‘entre. Edinburgh Tue 13 Nov. 2pm.
Bonnington Resource Centre. Edinburgh Tue 13 Nov. 8pm.
TriangleArts Centre. Edinburgh Wed 14 Nov. 8pm.
Clo venstone Community Centre. Edinburgh Thurs 15 Nov. 8pm. Southside Community Centre. Edinburgh Fri 16 Nov. 8pm.
I Bamhatha's Children The SAWCO players come all the way from 1 lowick. South Africa. where they and their workmates have been in dispute with UK company BTR since May 1985. the longest strike in South African history. The play tells the story of three generations of struggle against colonialism and apartheid and sheds important light on the originsof the present violence. See preview.
Link Community Education Centre. Cumbernauld Tue 20 Nov. 12.30pm. ()236 735679.
Came/on Labour Club. Ealkirk Tue 20 Nov. 7.30pm. 0324 471810.
Golden Lion Hotel. King Street. Stirling Thurs 22 Nov. 7.30pm. 078678537.
I Blood And Ice The excellent Pen Name Theatre Company comes to the end ofits tour of this highly-rated production of Liz Lochhcad's Blood and Ice. Sparkling poetry and assured acting. More details on 041 954 6212.
Dolphin Arts Centre Sat 10 Nov. 7.30pm. 041 554 6253.
I Bold Girls A new play by Rona Munro for 7:84 takes a witty and observant look at the lives of three women in Belfast. Recommended. More details on 041 331 2219.
Paisley Arts Centre Wed 7—Sat 10 Nov. John Mains Community Centre. Glasgow Wed 21 Nov.
Palace Theatre. K ilmarnoek Thurs 22 Nov.
I The Flitting Cumbernauld’s final and best new play of the year is asurreal comedy written by Tom McGrath and based on his experiences of living in the new town in the late 80s. Recommended. Details on 0236 732887.
Cumbernauld Theatre Until Sat 10Nov. 7.45pm. 0236 732887.
I Heart and Bone Actual Theatre revives its Fringe First winning production of Stephen Greenhorn‘s over-rated play