Oil Excellent and timely revival ofJohn McGrath‘s radical history of Scotland. made accessible by a non-stop mix of comedy and music. in this production on a three-month tour by Wildcat. Recommended. More details on 041 951 1444.
Blairgowrie Town Hall. Perth Mon 2 Sept. 0250 2960.
Motherwell Civic Theatre Tue 3 Sept. 0698 67515.
Paisley Town Hall Wed 4 Sept. 04] 840 1058.
East Kilbride Village Theatre Thurs 5—Fri
I 6 Sept. 03552 48669. ' Webster Memorial Theatre. A rbroath Sat 7
Sept. 0241 72609.
Magnum Leisure Centre. Irvine Mon 9 Sept. 0294 7838].
Denny Civic Theatre. Dumbarton Tue 10—Wed 11 Sept. ()389 62015. MacRobert A rLs' Centre. Stirling Thurs 12—Fri 15 Sept. 078661081.
I The Sash liector MacMillan directs his own modern classic — a powerful look at the bigotry behind the 12 July ()range Walk in Glasgow. A big hit in itsoriginal production eighteen years ago. this version is revived by a new company. lPB. which is dedicated to revivals ofcritically successful Scottish plays. See preview. Palace Theatre. Kilmarnock Tue 3-Sat 7 Sept. (1563 23590.
Pavilion Theatre. Glasgow Mon 9—Sat 21 Sept. 041 332 1846.
I Sunset Song TAG's adaptation ofthe Scottish classic by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Set in the North East ofScotland. it tells the tale of a woman who is torn between the love of her country and her desire to escape the confines of her farming community. See preview. More details on 041 429 2877.
Tron Theatre. Glasgow Tue 27—Sun 8 Sept. 7.30pm. 041 552 4267.
Saltcoats Town Hall Tue 10 Sept. 7.30pm. 0294 69137.
Palace Theatre. Kilmarnock Thurs 12 Sept. 7.30pm. 0563 23590. Tour continues.
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Cabaret is listed by date. then by city. Shows will be listed. provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication. Cabaret Listings compiled by Mark Fisher.
SUNDAY 1 ' ” "—— "
I The Comedy Club Zutz Bar Cafe. Miller Street. 221 1568. Free. A newSunday
night haunt for fans of stand-up. featuring
three comedians drawn from the ranks of the Funny Farm and beyond.
? SUNDAY 8 1
I The Comedy Club 7.1117. Bar Cafe. Miller Street. 221 1568. Free. See Sun 1.
Dance performances and classes are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication. Dance Listings compiled by Mark Fisher.
I KING'S THEATRE Bath Street. 227 5511. Giselle Until Sat 31. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. Classic ballet with Adolphe Adam's original score performed by Scottish Ballet. Superstition. evil spectres
and deceitful lovers. See Scottish Ballet review.
I DANCE FACTORY 142 (‘alder Street. 423
i 9430. Two studios providing a wide range
of classes for adults and children at around £1 .50—£2.50 per session. Classes include jazz. Callanetics. aerobics. yoga. tap. ballet. rock‘n'roll and belly dancing.
Phone for details.
I GLASGOW ACADEMY OF DANCE 2.6.19
Queen Street. 221 0750.
Ballet. jazz. tap and contemporarydance classes are held in a mirrored and barred
. studio 1000 feet square. £2—£2.80.
I HILLHEAO HIGH SCHOOL ()akfield
I‘ Callanetics and Dancercise Thurs 8pm with Karen Pasi. Phone 339 4777 for details.
Jazz Thurs 6.45pm with Karen Pasi. Phone
339 4777 for details.
Contemporary Dance and Music Class Mons 7pm from Mon 9 Sept. Jane Simpson‘s class resumes for the autumn. You can get
in touch with her on 334 3349.
I MARYHILL COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTRE 35 Avenue Park Street. 673 3210. African Dance livery Thursday. 7-- 9pm. A beginners class for women in dance styles from various West African areas.
I SCOTTISH BALLET STUDIOS 261 West Princes Street. 331 2931.
Steps Out Jazz and contemporary dance classes are run on an informal basison Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6.30pm. No experience necessary. £2 (£1.50).
I HSAMO 100 Renfrew Street. Details from Sarah Hill on 031 226 2428. Creative Dance Residency for Professional
Choreogrpahers. Composers. Dancers and
FRIDAY 6 '
I An Evening With Paisley Arts Centre. New Street. Paisley. 887 1010. 8pm. £3 (£2). Take Two Productions presents a mixed evening of poetry. sketches and songs. both original and standards.
SATURDAY 7 Glasgow
I Whit! Cumbernauld Theatre. Kildrum. 0236 732887. 8pm. £3 (£1.50). Comic poems from sometime So You Think You're Funny contender. Matt Love.
Musicians Sat 21 Sept. A unique opportunity for professional: advanced level dance and music artists to collaborate with the dynamic choreographer/composer partnership of Wim Vandekeybus and Thierry de May. plus all the dancers from Ultima Vezand two guest musicians from Belgium.
The course will run Sat 4—Fri lfllan. auditions will be given by Vandekeybus and de May on Sat 21 Sept. and the closing date for applications is Mon 9 Sept. Choreographers and composers should send tapes or scores and supporting material in advance. while dancers and musicians should submit details of training
‘ and performance experience. Application
details available from Sarah Hill. Project Co-ordinator. Assembly Theatre.
Assembly Rooms. 54 George Street.
I Edinburgh E112 2LR.
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THE CONE GATHERERS
WED 4 — SAT 14 SEPTEMBER, 7.45pm at the Tramway, Albert Drive (Late night shows Sat 7 & 14 Sept 10.30 pm)
Tickets 26/24 cone. from The Ticket Centre, Candleriggs Tel. 041 227 5511
This is a co-production with Tramway and the performances are sponsored by Brou hton Breweries and Rogano estaurant.
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1.1.}. 3.. 5...! 1-3.1.}. I. .J .11.} ..|. |. l .t, .0. I 'The much-loved Traverse. technically Fringe but at it's best as good as Edinburgh can give' - The Observer
11 productions every day only a few days to catch:
Una McLean in SKY WOMAN FALLING
"a performance of such energy. enthusiasm and sensitivity" - Glasgow Herald
Jim Moriarty In MICHAEL JAMES MANAIA
'a performance that is shocking - precisely conveyed through disciplined, physical theatre' - The Independent Steven Oxley in MEMORIES OF AMNESIA
'Oxley's performance is compelling. controlled. surreal and unconventionally very amusing" - The Scotsman
STRUGGLE OF THE DOGS AND THE BLACK
'performanoes that are strong and thoughtful - generates great dramatic energy' - Guardian
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MITCHPILL THEATRE, Granville Street, Glasgow. Monday 16th - Saturday 2lst Sept at 7.30pm Tickets : Candleriggs Ticket Centre 041 227 5511 also available from all Ticketlink outlets.
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