«mm—mmmmarwnmrmmsu .112 This well known venue features a wide variety of theatre and entertainment in a comfortable 82 seat theatre near the Royal Mile. Convenient and inviting with a full bar and bar snacks for your enjoyment.
LOS ALTOS CONSERVATORY THEATRE presents * PURPLE. HEARTS a dramatization of the sex-rage and emotions of doomed men trapped in the hold of a sunken ship.
As. 12-31 (set 20.27.20) 12 sees (1.45) £4.00 (£3.00)
FAULT-ZONE THEATRE OF CSUH presents t RECENT DISAPPEARANCES A disturbing allegory of innocent children who are disappearing from our modern
As. 12-24 (set See 10) 2.00” (3.15) £3.05 (£2.05) ALSO A DREAM PLAY Strindberg's expressionistic play about a dreamer's wish that a divine intercessor look into the human situation and grant relief.
As. 12-24 feet See 101 4.0”- (5.30) £3.05 (£2.05)
RED ROOSTER THEATRE CO. present TEECHERS John Godber‘s fast moving, inventive and funny play that evokes life at a modern comprehensive school.
Aug 20-31 200'- (3.00) £3.00 (£2.00)
ALSO * ARROW A hard man who does good. In New York, he clears the gutters of the arto—faggo’s who undermine American life.
As! 29-31 3.15,- (4.00) £3.00 (£2.00)
ALSO * THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF THEATRE (ABRIDGED) An everyman's guide to the whole history of theatrical endeavour with all the boring
bits taken out. As. 20-31 4.30:"! (5.30) £3.00 (£2.N).
UNIVERSITY OF KEELE presents A TASTE OF HONEY Delaney’s acclaimed play, for their 6th Edinburgh Fringe season.
As, 122.214.171.1243 8.0091» (7.30) £3.00 (£2.50)
ALSO SAFEHOUSE by Butler, a playwright whose plays have developed steadily amongst his home audiences-Edinburgh will undoubtedly extend his
All 131517101224 0.0k- 030) £2.50 (£23)
BOSTON UNIVERSITY presents * RECKLESS A cheerful suburban housewife finds herself living a comic nightmare, careering through a random course of dangerous adventures.
Aq 12.14.10 0.”- (035) £3.50 (£3-N) ALSO BLUE WINDOW Seven New Yorkers before, during and after a party dare to leap into the blue unknown of human intimacy.
An 13.15.17 0” (0.35) £3.50 (11")
THE COLLYERS COMPANY preserns THE CREATION OF THE WORLD AND OTHER BUSINESS Arthur Miller's comedy about murder: ’a stunning success'. Avg 19-25 9.0% (0.35) £4.00 (£3.00)
Aug 29-31 (net Then 29) 7.45pm (9.35)
LOS ALTOS CONSERVATORY THEATRE presents it TENNESSEE IN THE SUMMER portraying the most lurid and steamy aspects of the private life of America’s greatest playwright, Tennessee Williams.
As. 12-31 fut 20.27.20) 103'- (1145) £4.“ (£3-M)
—‘ RANDOLPH STUDIO
VENUE 55—Randolph Studio. lnstitut Francais d'Ecosse, 13 Randolph Cres Tickets 225 5366 64
Located in the New Town near the West end of Princes Street on Randolph Crescent, this.is an elegant and intimate venue presenting a wide variety of performances. A truly beautiful setting for high quality entertaining theatre. AMERICAN FESTIVAL THEATRE WORKSHOP presents STORY THEATRE by Paul Sills. Grimm's Brothers and Aesop's Fables In this imaginative, funny Broadway hit (or kids and their adults.
Aug 12-31 (not 18) 10.00am (11.30) £2.50 (£1.50)
AMERICAN FESTIVAL THEATRE WORKSHOP PRESENTS OFF BEAT AIERICA An improvisational explosion of movement and sound with an offbeat view of America
Aug 1231 (not 18) 12 noon (1}0) £3.50 (£2.50) BAHAMAS OUINCENTENIAL PRESENTS Folk songs and music of the
Bahamas. Aug 12-17 2.00;"! (3.30) £2.00 (£1.00)
CALLIOPE THEATRE presents TONGUES I SAVAGE LOVE by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin—a love story that turns savage. Aug 21-29 2.00pm (3.10) £3.50 (£3.00)
* ZELDA Zelda Fitzgerald relives her exploits as toast of the 20's and struggles against her own insanity and the bonds that would subdue her. A112-17 4.00pm (5.30) £3.50 (£1.00)
STAGEWORKS THEATRE presents it A CONVERSATION WITH GEORGIA O'KEEFFE An in-depth portrayal of one of the 20th century's greatest American painters.
Ag. 19-31 4.00;»- (5.15) £3.00 (£2.00) KICK BACK THEATRE CO. presents LONE STAR I LAUNDRY A BOURBON Two plays by James McClure set in small town Texas.
2112-31 5.00pm (7.30) £3.00 (£1.50)
THE UNLIKELY THEATER COMPANY presents * MALLARD AND MACK A musical romp through the careers of America's worst songwriting team. Big hits) 'Quasi’, ’T he Ripper’ and 'Pumice From Heaven'. As, 13126.96.36.199.” 0.0091- (5.30) £2.50 (£1.50)
ALSO t COWBOYS, INDIANS AND WAITRESSES Cowboys) Indians) Waitresses? It's high noon at a bus stop cafe. Angry comic encounter with the new American West. 'Brave'.
Aug 1214.19.19,21,23 0.00pm (0.30) £2.50 (£1.50)
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JUDGELENT by Barry Collins with George Dillon. Last years Independent Theatre Award runner-up. 'Not for the squeamish - this is theatre red in tooth and claw‘ The Independent' It is one 01 the most disturbing and gripping experiences that the theatre has to offer The Guardian
— Chaplaincy Centre
VENUE 23—Chaplaincy Centre. Bristo Square. (near Fringe Club) Tickets 556 5184. (.9
This well-attended venue is located in the heart of the Fringe on your 'way to and from the Fringe Club. The venue has a first rate blend of American and British drama, music and comedy.
* UNLIKELY THEATRE CO presents UNLIKELY MYTHS The Unlikely Theater Company re-tells the myths of old through humour, mime and song. Wonderful for
all ages! A_q 12-24 (m Sari) 10.00am (11.15) £2.00 (£1.00)
ZELDA Zelda Fitzgerald relives her exploits as toast of the 20's and struggles against her own insanity and the bonds that would subdue her. Avg 20-31 10.00am (11.30) £3.50 (£1.00)
E.C.GLASS HIGH SCHOOL presents GOING TOWARD THE LIGHT A unique and moving play about Ale with a powerful message. A_eg 12-17 12eoee (12.45) £3.50 (£1.00)
t THE LEFTOVERS present HAPPY FEET Delightful buffoonery, light-hearted comedy and dancing, strung loosely upon the tale of Curly. Slick, slapdash, totally
unoriginal. ELI!” 12am (1.30) £4.00 (£3.00)
FLY IN THE OINTMENT presents QUARTET The play prises back the amorous and sadistic fantasies of two 18th century sophisticates—after Laclos’ Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
A0125." 12mm: (12.55) £3.00 (£2.00)
* LOVELY PLAYS presents UNDERNEATH THE SCREAMING CHESTNUT TREE Hallucinautic adventures beyond comedy—being dead is stranger than you’d
think. All 12-24 (not See) 1.50pm (2.45) £2.50 (£2.00)
“ e Also SOCRATES DAEMON A rendezvous in limbo. A due) to your death for
the soul of mankind. Reality-twisting comedy. Ag 12-24 (set See) 2.55,. (3.35) £2.50 (£2.00)
AMERICAN BUFFALO presented by American Festival Theatre. David Mamet. Five times Fringe First Award winner returns with this exciting dramatic comedy. Aug 12-31 (set 10) 4.00pm (5.30) £3.05 (£2.95)
t THE JOHNSON FAMILY presents ROXANA A premiere production adapted from Defoe Spectacle, caricature, amour and suspense make for racey Restoration drama.
Aug 1225 (not See 10) 5.00” (7.35) £4.50 (£3.00)
* FAIR EXCHANGE presents SONGS OF JERICHO A story of a young singer, her songs and an emigre writer. Aeg 12-31 (m Seas and 29) 8.00pm (9.45) £4.50 (£3.50)
t THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO presents PRINCESS, DUKE AND KING
' My Favourite Names for a Dog, written and improvised comedy scenes.
Ag 10-24 (net See 19) 10.15” (11.45) £4.00 (£3.00)
THEATRE WORKS ts PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG CONSERVATIVE by Simon Clark. Concerns sexual and spiritual identities and the conflicts facing artists in the 90's.
Aug 12-10. 19-23 Heidelght (2.00) £3.50 (£2.50)
* A.T.D.S.T.C. presents SHE WAS POOR, BUT A company of nineteenth century itinerant actors mangle melodrama and morality plays—munificently! ’Not
amused' Victoria R. Avg 25-31 2.00p- (2.30) £2.50 (£2.00 SPDCYI
Also DIDO, QUEEN OF CARTHAGE Marlowe’s witty and irreverent dramatisation of Virgils’s Aeneid. Thislady IS for burning—Humour and Hubris. is. 25-31 4.”. (5.30) £4.00 (£3.00)
Also EDUCATING RITA Atamann Productions. Social comedy by Willy Russell. Hairdresser Rita, studies for 0U degree and often suprises tutor Frank! A_sl 2531 5.”,- (7.30) £4.00 (£3.00)
t Also CINCO HORAS CON MARIA (Five Hours with Mario) Widow, newly returned from her husband's funeral, reminisces about their life together. In Spanish. As; 2531 10.00pn (11.30) £4.00 (£3.00)
Also MIDNIGHT MADNESS (S 8: P)-Comedy. Solo acts! Double acts! Triple
acts) n-dimensional acts! ‘ . a must for all Fringe fanatics ’ Hairdresser's Gazette.
Aeg 25-31 12eideight (1.30) £3.00 (£2.00)
FOOT IN THE DOOR presents GOD A play by Woody Allen. A divine comedy. Not for the pious)
As, 11-17 12.05,- (1.00) £3.00 (£2.50) 1: FOROUGH ENSEMBLE —T.S.U. presents SEVEN STAGES An original. improvisational movement theatre piece based on modern and mystic Persran 900W. Presented b TOWSON STATE UNIVERSITY
As, 10-24 12.30}. ( .30) £4.00 (£1.00)
* SONG FOR THE LAST ACT MZM Productions Inc. presents Nancy Lipschultz as Louise Bogan, the American poet ‘blessed with genius and cursed wrth madness', in this one-woman play compiled by Kevin Edward Kennedy, directed by EM. Christian.
As! 1224 (set 8-) 4.00,- (5.35) £4.00 (use) it BAHAMAS OUINCENTENIAL presents YOU CAN LEAD A HORSE TO WATER By Winston Saunders. Will give audiences a rare glimpse of Bahamian Culture. Winston Saunders paints a portrait of a poverty stricken family with poetry, music and dramatic im act. LILRJHUJRZZ.” 18.00p- (11.45) £4.00 (£2.00)
1: Also NO SEEDS IN BABYLON By Ian Strachan. In 'No Seeds In Babylon’,
(an Strachan looks at the game of politics of parliamentary democracies in the third
world. As. 131517191123 10.00p- (11.45l £4.00 (£2.00)