ANO ORAMA 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. [Access: PPA. ST. L. Facilities: WC. W8, H. G. C. Help: A. AA]

Camille Tue 9—Fri 12 Jun. 7. 15pm. £2 (£1) Joyce Deans directs second-year students in Pam Gems‘s play about French romantic, Marie Duplessis.

I SCOTTISH BALLET STUDIO Robin Anderson Theatre. 261 West Princes Street. Tickets on 950 3429.

(£1.50). Students on Jordanhill College‘s Community Arts course have devised this multi-form show in response to last year‘s Glasgow Girls exhibition at Kelvingrove. Returning to 1892. the year that female students were first admitted to Glasgow


woman desperate to sustain her youth. I TRAMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 227 5511. [Accessz P. PPA. R. Facilities: WC , WS. H, G. C].

Michael Clark Until Sat 6 Jun. 8pm. See Dance listings.

Strange Fish Tue 9—Wed 10 Jun. 8pm. £6.50 (£4.50). See Dance listings and

feature. % Into the Blue: Andrew Byatt and the By Women's Hands Thurs 4 Jun. 8pm. £3.50 -’

School of Art. the play tells the story ofthe

women who were overshadowed by their higher-profile male counterparts.

I THEATRE ROYAL Hope Street. 332 9000. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am-6pm. (7.30pm on perfevgs). Bar. Buffet. [Aecessz PPA. ST. R. Facilities: WC. W5. H. G. C. Help: AA]

Open Day Sat 6 Jun. 2pm. £2.50 (children free). After a morning session for children. Theatre Royal opens its doors to anyone interested in seeing behind the scenes at the work of Scottish Opera. A full professional staff will be there to show you the tricks of the trade.

The Gilbert and Sullivan Story Thurs 1 1 Jun. 7.30pm. £4—£l3. Compilation ofthose great G and S hits.

Eddie lzzardSat 13 Jun. 8pm. £3.50—£7. See Cabaret.

House at Stairs Mon 15-Sat201un. 7.30pm. Thurs and Sat mat. 2.30pm. £4—£13. Gloria Theatre Company was here last month with its staging of a Ruth Rendell novel. A Judgement in Stone. and now there’s a chance to see a more conventional staging of another of her thrillers. Starring Sylvia Simms and Nyrec Dawn Porter. it tells the chilling story ofa

ActorStudio Mon 15 Jun. 8pm. £3 (£1.50). Kicking off a five-day programme of readings, workshops and work-in- progress. Andrew Byatt and the ActorStudio read a new piece followed by a discussion.

Tue 16 Jun. 8pm. £3. Elysian Fields

' Productions combine historical. mythical

and imagined characters in a work-in-progress called Miracles. and

then The Breath Expo present an untitled . piece about time and repetition. A

. discussion follows.

; Into the Blue: Performance Exchange Groups

Wed 17 Jun. 8pm. £3. Tonight‘s developmental performances under the Performance Exchange banner are Chromosome-Z. a satirical piece by Anita Timlin. and Blood Vice. a suicidal piece of physical theatre by Cylinder. An after-show discussion allows you to have your say.

Into the Blue: Guy Holland Thurs 18Jun. 8pm. £3. Work-in-progrcss performance plus audience comments.

I TRON THEATRE 63 Trongate, 552 4267. Box Office Tue—Sat noon—8pm; Sun 12.30-11pm. Closed Mondays. [Access: PPA. ST. R. L. Facilities: WC. W5. H.G. C. Help: AA]

See That’s Her Fri 5—Sun 7 Jun. 7.30pm. £7-£5 (£4—£3). Dorothy Paul revives her lively and entertaining one-woman show that recalls her stage career with fond and amusing memories of Music Hall and the

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1992 m

The Penny Mob Theatre Company

Lions of Lisbon

Mat. Sat 13 -— 2.30 pm. Tue 9 Sun 14 June 7.30 pm.

Glasgow International

Folk Festival 1992 Mon 15 Sun 21 June— 7.00 p.m.FestivalClub -* 5 Main Events


Cumbernau/d Theatre Company

Tue 23 Sun 28 June —— 8.00 pm.

Ra Ra Zoo

Angels 8: Amazons Tue 30 June & Wed 1 July —— 7.30 pm.

Chilean Music

Kefafan Pallu

Thu 2 July 7.30 pm.

Diana Quick in

The Woman Destroyed

by Simone de Beauvoir

Fri 3, Sat 4 8: Sun 5 July 7.30 pm.

Performances Tuesday Sunday

63 Trongate, Glasgow

“The List 5— 18June 1992

Box Office: 041 -552 4267 and all Ticketlink outlets

early days of television. lt may not be an original subject. but she approaches it with a professional freshness that makes it seem so. John Bett directs.

Lions ol Lisbon Tue 9—Sun 14 Jun. 7.30pm. £5.50 (£3.50). A new company.The Penny Mob. and a new play by Willy Maley and [an Auld all about Celtic‘s European Cup victory over Inter Milan. 25 years ago. Libby McArtbur directs this sell-out show.


I ASSEMBLY ROOMS 54 George Street. 220 4348. (Access: ST. R. Facilities: WC. W8. G]

Funny Peculiar Fri S—Sat 6 Jun. 8pm. £5 (£2.50). Koshi Hip Company. made up of graduates of the Jacques Lecoq Theatre School. draws on the commedia dell‘artc mask tradition to explore our fear ofthe unknown in comic style. Spring Fling. Summits Up Fri 5—Sat 6 Jun. 8pm. £4 (£3). Futuristic thriller performed by Streets Ahead Theatre Company. Spring Fling. I CHURCH HILL THEATRE Morningside Road. 228 1155. Tickets available from Queen‘s l lall and Usher Hall Box Offices and J. and A. Cruikshank (opposite theatre).

A Girl Called Jo Tue 9»Sat 13 Jun. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. £5 (£2.50). Allegro presents the musical version of1.ittle Women and Good Wives by Louisa M. Alcott with music by John Pritchett.

I HERMITAGE OF BRAIO Booking on 332 1418.

Return to Eden Workshop Sat 6 Jun. 7pm. £3.50 (£2.50). The results ofa five-day workshop in which local people have developed a multi-media performance about nature. Spring Fling.

I KING'S THEATRE 2 Levcn Street. 229 1201. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am—8pm. Bar. [Access: R. L. Facilities: WC. W8. H, G. Help: AA]

The Mikado Until Sat 6 Jun. 7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. £7—£15.50. D‘Oyly Cartc company presents the popular Eastern operetta.

The Buddy Holly Story Wed 10—Sat 27 J un. 7.30pm. lt‘s sing-along-a-Buddy time as the popular West End musical comes to town.

I MARY KING'S CLOSE City Chambers. High Street. 2204349.

The Trouble with the Dead Until Sat 6Jun. 8pm. £5 (£3). Angus Reid has been developing this play since he first performed it two years ago and now he performs it. possibly for the last time, in the hidden close beneath the Royal Mile. See review. Spring Fling.

I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43 High Street. 556 9579. Box Office. 10am—4.30pm. 7—9pm perf. evgs. Cafe. [Accessz ST. R. L. Facilities: WC. W3. H. G. C. Help: A. AA]

The Admiral Jones Wed 10 May. 7pm.

£1 .50 (75p). Historical drama by Frederic Mohr given a reading by Edinburgh Playwright‘s Workshop followed by a discussion.

The Specials Until Sat 6Jun. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2). Tom Peck draws on histwenty years of experience as a college lecturer for this tough play about the rejects ofthe education system. Performed by Gallus Stage Productions. Spring Fling.

The Freewheel Aramada Wed 17 Jun. 7pm. £1 .50 (75p). Edinburgh Playwrights Workshop reads a new play by Brian G. Devlin.

The Royal Mile Story Fri 12—Sat 13Jun. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). Quern presents a musical history of the central Edinburgh street for this year’s Old Town Week.

Inventing Paradise Mon 15—Tuc l6Jun. 7.30pm. £3 (£2). A musical journey through the life of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald performed by First Base Theatre Company.

I PLAYHOUSE THEATRE Greenside Place. 557 2590. [Access: R. L. Facilities: WC. W8, G. C]

My Fair Lady Until Sat 13 Jun. 7.30pm.

Wed and Sat mats 2.30pm. £5.50-£23.50. Lerner and Loewe‘s musical reworking of Shaw‘s Pygmalion calls in as part of a long national tour in this production directed by Simon Callow and starring Edward Fox.

I ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE Grindlay Street. 229 9697. Box Office Mon—Sat 10am—6pm. 10am—8pm on perf. evgs. Bar. Rest/Cafe [Accessz P. L. Facilities: WC. W3. H. G. C. T. Help: A. AA]

Good Morning Bill Until Sat 13 Jun. 8pm. £4—£12. Sat mat 6 Jun. PG. Wodehouse comedy taking a gentle sideswipc at the British class system in 1920s England. Directed by Hugh Hodgart and designed by Gregory Smith. See review.

Travesties Fri 19 Jun—Sat 1 1 Jul. 8pm. £4»£12. Free preview Thurs 18Jun. Tom Stoppard‘s comedy plays on the historical fact that in 1917 Lenin. James Joyce and poet Tristan Tzara where all in Zurich. Throwing in a spot of Oscar Wilde for good measure. Stoppard asks witty questions about the importance ofart. SAC Trainee Director Richard Baron gets his first chance to direct. working with a promising cast that includesJimmy Chisholm. Kern Falconer and Carol Ann Crawford.

I ST ORIOE’S CENTRE Orwell Terrace. 346 1405. [Aceessz PPA. L. ST. R. Facilities: WC. W8. G. C]

The Lonellness ol the Long Distance Runner Until Sat 6Jun. 8pm. £4 (£2). Alan Sillitoe‘s classic novel about a young offender who finds a way to express his feelings through cross-country running is adapted for the stage with much energy by Golden Age Theatre Company.

Inventing Paradise Sat 13 Jun. 8pm. £5 (£3). A musical journey through the life of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald performed by First Base Theatre Company.

No Barriers Thurs 18—Fri 19 Jun. 7.30pm. £2 (£1). Two hundred local children come together under dance teacher Rebecca Walker for a piece ‘that charts the evolution of European cultures from the beginning oftime’. Worryingly, they describe the show as a ‘mini-epic‘. which raises daunting questions about the time-span needed for an epic.

I Traverse Theatre

The new Traverse Theatre opens on Friday 3 July. Details on 2262633.

This section lists shows that are touring the Central Belt. There is a phone numberlor each company should you require more inionnation. Unless otherwise specilled, the number after each venue llsted lsthe telephone number lor tlclret enquiries for that particular evening (please note, this is not always the venue number).

I Eight to the Bar A love story spanning 50 years from the election landslide of 45 to the Conservative win of 92. All to a40$ musical backdrop. With a summary like that. it could only be Wildcat. The latest Anderson/MacLennan musical battles on despite the company’s recent financial crisis. More details on 041951 1200. Kilmarnock Palace Theatre Fri 5 Jun. 0563 23590.

Airdrie, SirJohn Wilson Town Hall Sat6 Jun. 0236441459.