Trade Wed l9—Sat 29 Jun (except Mon ). 7.30pm. £6 (£3). Oxygen House were credited with shell-shocking audiences when this performance project began in May of last year. The subject matter is prostitution and the cast comprises professional and non-professional actors. As the company have won a Fringe First and The Independent Theatre Award. a Compelling night‘s theatre should be guaranteed.
I USHER HALL Lothian Road. 228 1155. The Chippendales Fri 14 June. 8pm. £10. See Pavilion Theatre. Glasgow and feature.
. Cabaret is listed by date. then by city. Shows f will be listed, provided that details reach our 5 offices at least ten days before publication.
I INSTANT Theatre Help Dorset's Word and Action create a story with no make-up. no props and no scenery. Spring Fling.
Muir/rouse Festival A ('tit'ities ( ‘entre. .‘lluirhouse Place West. Edinburgh Fri 14 Jun. 10.30am. 50p.
Cameron House ('ommunity ( entre. l’restonfield .4 l'(’lll((’. Edinburgh Fri 14 Jun. 3.30pm. 50p.
I Rag Woman Rich Woman (‘lyde Unity
most borrowed book in Glasgow (‘ity Libraries — Margaret Thompson Davis’s epic tale of love. passion and brutality. The production has had them fainting in the aisles. but it's well worth seeing ifyou have the stomach for it.More detailsonll41 3372290.
(‘itizens' Theatre. Glasgow Fri l4—Sat 15 Jun. 7.30pm. 041 4290022.
Martyrs ( 'hurch Hall. St MungoA venue. Town/read Mon 17 Jun. 7.30pm. Townhcad 552 0877.
TriangleArts Centre. West l’ilton Tue 18 Jun. 7.30pm. 3320877.
Wester Hailes Education ( ‘entre. Edinburgh Wed l8lun. 7.30pm. Shettleston and T ‘olleross ('. 12'. ( '.. .S'hettleston Sat 22 Jun. 7.30pm. 778 5783. K nights wood Youth (’entre. Knights wood Mon 24 Jun. 2pm and 7.30pm. 954 2998. Tormusk Tenants Hall. ('astlemilk Tue 25 Jun. 7.30pm. 634 2408.
Elderly and Disabled Centre. Springburn Wed 26 Jun. 7.30pm. 5580327. (‘umbernauld Theatre. ('umbernauld Thurs 27 Jun. 7.45pm. 0236 732887.
I Revolting Peasants L'na McLean and Russell llunter are directed by Gerard Kelly in this anti-Poll Tax comedy by Patrick Prior. Fine if you like your comedy broad. but irritating if you like your politics punchy. More details
from 7:84 on04l 331 2219.
A dant Smith Theatre. Kirkcaldv L' ntil Sat l5lun. '
I Sharks The eve r-industrious Wildcat team of David Anderson and David Niachnnan turn out another politically motivated musical. this time about loan sharks. it has been received as the best thing they have done for some time. More detailson04l 951 1200.
(iaiety Theatre. rlyr Fri 14—Sat l5lun. 7.30pm. 029: 264639.
Citizens' Theatre. Glasgow Tue 18 Jun—Sat 6Jul. 7.30pm. 041 4290022.
I Spron The intriguineg named Toon‘s Speak Theatre Company present a tough play about runaways and homelessness. The company is made up from young Glaswegians who also handle stage management. lighting and sound in addition to acting.
Elderly and Disabled Forum. Springburn Mon 17 Jun. 7.30pm.
Community Central Halls, Maryhill Tue 18 Jun. 8pm.
YMCA, Castlemilk Wed 19 Jun. 7.30pm. Eastwood Theatre, Eastwood Park, Giffrtock Thurs 20 Jun. 8pm.
Springburn Theatre, Springbum College. Springburn Fri 21 Jun. 2pm and 8pm. Coatbridge College. Coatbridge Sat 22 Jun. 8pm.
‘ Nicolson Street. 662 0781. Restaurant ' openallday.servinguntil9.30pm—-diners
f and Phil Kay provide the entertainment in .' what should be a cut above your average cabaret fare.
Theatre presents a stage adaptation ofthe l
Cabaret Listings compiled by Mark Fisher.
FRIDAY 14 Edinburgh
I The Counting House L'pstairs. 32 2 West
can claim £1 reduction on theircabaret tickets. Bar licensed until lam. ('abaret at 10pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Johnny lmmaterial
I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 45 Albion Street. Merchant City. 552 5924. 9pm. £4.50(£3.50). Baropen 8.30pm-midnight. (‘ompere for the night of Funny Farm fun is the hard-talkinglohn
Gillick who will introduce The Trio Brothers Bros Troupe. Jill Peacock and. social worker-cum-comic. David Cosgrove.
I The Counting House Upstairs. 32 2 West Nicolson Street. 662 0781. Restaurant 0an all day. serving until 9.30pm —diners can claim £1 reduction on theircabaret
JEFFREY lineman 8th—l3th July
FRANCIS MATTHEWS BARBARA MURRAY
Box Office 041-332 9000 Tickets from £3.50
Subsidised by the Saintsh Ans ( uuntil Strathtlyde Regional \ ount ll W; and Glasgow [)Istntt LOU!“ 11 ;‘;v'
tickets. Bar licensed until 1am. (‘abaret at 10pm. £4.50(£3.50). Sec Fri 14.
THURSDAY 20 .' Edinburgh
I Just For The Love of It Spider‘s Web. Morrison Street. Details 228 1838. £2on the night (£1 from the venue priorto performance). Tragi-comic A rnold's
3 latest attempt to make people laugh against all the odds. This new variant on
The Salamander (‘lub features blues. jazz and even acircus in addition to the comedy.
FRIDAY 21 Edinburgh
I The Counting House Upstairs. 32 2 \Vest Nicolson Street. 6620781 . Restaurant open all day. serving until 9.30pm --diners can claim £1 reduction on theircabaret
tickets. Bar licensed until lam. ('abaretat
10pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Fresh from trying his
hand at comedy theatre during Mayfest.
FredMacAulay returns to the stand-up
stage. lle‘sjoined by Donna Mcl’hail.
- SATURDAY 22
I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 45 Albion Street. Merchant City. 552 5924. 9pm. £4.50(£3.50). Baropen 8.30pm—midnight. Best compcre in the business. Parrot. introduces surrealist Phil
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LEO WARD JANE DANIELLE
'I'Ill'l IIASWEIJ. TWINS
WERENDA COCHRANE ’ ‘
Directed & choreographed by Dougie Squires. JULY lst - 27th. Tickets from £3.50.
Tel: 041-227 551 1
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