—T—T||RD EYE CENTRE Glasgow Mayfest 1991

From a SCULNURUUB/lff by the renowned Glasgow artist George Wyllie, and funny- surreal theatrical fantasies by Forkbeord Fantasy, to exciting world music and new

dance. . .Third Eye Centre is the only venue in Glasgow’s Mayfest to have all this under one roof. 9 In the most intensive programme in any venue in the city, Third Eye Centre presents ll free large-scale exhibition, theatrical productions, 3 dance programmes, world—music events (Africa and India), two contemporary music concerts, and a free programme of Canadian artists’ videos, as well as

Graeme Miller’sA GIRL

latest works for stage by .

children’s art workshops. O The theatre programme includes SKIPP/NG, acknowledged as a masterpiece of British theatre; the the acclaimed auteurs/ performers Steve Shill and Annie series called TALKING HEADS, embracing dark humour and wild

John Dowie, Tom leonord and lo loco. O The dance ranges from the ethereal mysteries in the work

Griffin; and a monologue

poetics, from the likes of

of Hong-Kong born dancer Munu Tseng, to the post-punk expressionism of Hz Aggiss and Divas. Q In music a new group, Piano Circus play compositions by Michael Nyman, Steve Reich and others, while

Shopping Trolley creates

exhilarating, funny and fantastic music in styles from Zappa

to Motown. African band Tom Iumu provides a great party atmosphere in our

Cafe—Bar, while Voiohot Khan plays the Indian classical instrument the sarod with

virtuoso technique. 9 In addition, the Centre has a popular Shop (selling books, prints, Mayfest merchandise and crafts by young designers, featuring in Mayfest exclusive jewellery by Susan Cross), a vegetarian Coté-Bor (look out for some great special Mayfest deals in the Shop and the Cafe—Bar) and a Ticketlink Box Office selling tickets for Third Eye Centre and other Mayfest venues. W” Incidentally, the ubiquitous little bird is by George Wyllie, Third Eye’s Mayfest mascot, and available as a four—colour ll @@ % cotton T-shirt at only £9.50 (less C0 discount to holders of tickets for Third Eye Centre Mayfest events, and by post, enclosing £1.50 p&p)

Shop. 9 Third Eye Centre Mayfest 1991 brochure is available

from Third Eye Centre free now from venues

around Glasgow, or by post (enclose a first class stamp with your letter), from this

address, marking your envelope ‘Mayfest Mailing List’.


Q Third Eye Centre 0 346-354 Souchieholl Street 0 Glasgow 62 310 V Tel: 041-332 7521 - Box Office: 041-332 0522 / Ma exl'

Scotland’s Centre for New Developments in the Visual and Performing Arts Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council