I The Real Wurid Tron Theatre. 7.30pm. £5.50 (£3). See Fri 3.
I Hosanna Tron Theatre. 10.15pm. £5 (£2.50). See Tue 14.
I The Banquet Tramway. 8pm. £6 (£3). Liverpool’s Urban Strawberry Lunch present an off-beat feast of rap. ﬁlm, poetry and music.
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Mellow yellow and newly hip. Donovan perlorrns his golden oldies and a few new tunes at the Pavilion Theatre, Wed 15
Theatre. 8pm. £7/£6 (£3.50/£3). Enjoyinga second. unexpected burst of popularity after his adoption by Happy Mondays and Going Live funsters Trevor and Simon, Britain‘s former ‘answer to Bob Dylan‘ has also seen artists as diverse as Nigel Kennedy and The Butthole Surfers participating in cover versions of his songs in recent months. Expect
go with the the warm. acoustic vibes.
I A Beatledrive The Winter Gardens. Glasgow Green. 7.30pm—lam. £5 (from Just the Ticket. Virgin Records. Union Street). Between fifteen and twenty local bands and soloists perform their renditions of Beatles songs. interspersed with original material. All proceeds go to Shelter (Scotland). the charity for the homeless. Artists appearing include The Primevals. Carol Laula. Hugh Reed And The Velvet Underpants. Barky! Barky. Tonight At Noon. The Catherine Wheel. The Pearlfishers and The Wild River Apples.
I The Pieriights Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. 9pm—midnight. Free. ‘Alternative‘ folk music for Mayfest.
I Hank Wangiord Trio Moir Hall. 11.30pm. £6 (£3). Mayfest just wouldn‘t be complete without Britain‘s favourite C&W star. or his four-man trio. There’s ‘never been a better time to see Hank live‘, he is currently boasting.
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I Second City Moir Hall. 8pm. £6 (£3). See Tue 14.
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I Revolting Peasants King‘s Theatre. 7.30pm. £8—£3.50 (£4—£2). See Tue 14.
I Man and Superman Citizens‘ Theatre. 7.30pm. £5 (£1/Free). See Fri 3.
I Glad Arches Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). See Tue 7
I The Noise and Smoky Breath Show Arches Theatre. 9.45pm. £5 (£2.50). See Tue 14.
I The Dispossessed Tramway. 8pm. £4 (£2). Religion. war and sex crimes form the basis of Jules Dorey Richmond and David Richmond‘s visual theatre performance. They will be inviting the audience to get involved in a follow-up performance this time next year.
I Serious Money New Athenaeum. RSAMD. 7.15pm. £3 (£1.50). See Tue 14.
I A Little Theatre Third Eye Centre. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). See Tue 14.
I Talking Heads Third Eye Centre. 9.30pm. £5 (£3). See Wed 15.
I Punch and Judy and Femme Fatale Mitchell Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). Edinburgh Fringe favourites the Snarling Beasties bring two oftheir hit shows to Glasgow. Don‘t miss.
I The Real World Tron Theatre. 7.30pm. £5.50 (£3). See Fri 3.
Edinburgh Fringe lavuri. narling Beasties present Punch a Judy: The Real Story (above) and Femme Fatale at
the Mitchell Theatre, Thurs 16-Sat 18 May. 7.30pm.
Phil Coulter is lreland's biggest record seller- you caniind out why at the Pavilion Theatre on Thurs 16 May at8pm.
I Hosanna Tron Theatre. 10. 15pm. £5 (£2.50). See Tue 14.
I Phil Couiter Pavilion Theatre. 8pm. £9.50 (£5). £8.50 (£4.50).
I Better Backwards The Halt Bar. 160Woodlands Road. 9pm—-midnight. Free.
I Tommy Smith Quartet Henry Wood Hall. 8pm. £6 (£3). The Edinburgh saxophonist has just released a new album. Playing Standards. and will doubtless be doing just that in this concert. which also features Denmark‘s Niels Lan Doky on piano. Tommy‘s meeting with Alex Shaw in Edinburgh in March was not entirely successful. partly because the rhythm section — with the sterling exception of
bassman Mick Hutton —
did not seem too confident with the tunes. This will be
a chance to show what
they can really do. i I Hank Wangiord Trio g Moir Hall. 11.30pm. £6 (£3).SeeWed15.
I Second City Moir Hall. 8pm. £6(£3). See Tue 14. I Stu Who? and Lynn Ferguson Old Athenaeum Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). The ubiquitous man-with- the-shades takes to the stage with one halfofthe Alexander Sisters in a manic evening of Glaswegian humour. Him
I Rude Boy(18) (Jack Hazan & David Mingay. UK. 1980). GFT. 6pm. £3
(£2/£1.3()). See Film j Index. 1