HIIMPFF FAMILY LIVE!
Following up the wild success at their appearance at the Scottish Fleadh, the Humpii Family are returning tour times this month to the Apollo, Rentrew Court, Glasgow, to keep the city dancing to their unique sound characterised by the use at mandolin, banjo, iiddle, dobro, bass, guitar, drums, harmonicas and vocals.
Glasgow’s very own psycho-country band are appearing on Wednesday 10, Saturday 20 and Saturday 27 June and The List has three bumper prize packages each consisting ot a Humpii Family T-shirt, cassette and a pair at tickets ior both the Saturday gigs. All you have to do is answer the question and return the iorm by Tuesday 16 June when the draw will take place.
What was the name oi the Scottish Television series ieaturing local comedians and — in eight episodes—the Humpii Family?
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Send to HUMPFF FAMILY COMPETITION. The ; List. 14 High Street. Edinburgh EH1 1TE. .
UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD
Edinburgh’s Cameo cinema is currently running a season oi the iilms oi major European director Wim Wenders, and taking pride oi place is his latest otiering, Until the End at the World. From the creator oi Wings oi Desire and Paris, Texas, the iilm is a transgiobal odyssey starring William Hurt and Solveig Dommartin. Featuring an excellent rock ’n’ roll soundtrack, the iilm is a tascinating iuturistic thriller.
The List has ilve copies oi the soundtrack CD and a pair at tickets to see Until the End at the World at the Cameo Cinema. Just answerthe question and return the iorm by Wednesday 17 June when the draw will take place.
Where can Alice be iound in the 1974 Wim Wenders’s iilm?
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Send to UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TE.
Eric Morecambe was the giveaway answer to our WOMAD competition which had as its iirst prize two tickets to enjoy a weekend oi world music at, you guessed it, Morecambe Bay. D. Paterson (Edinburgh) was the name iirst out oi the hat and we trust she had a groovy time down in North West England.
So eager are you to win our super-dooper prizes that some oi you will make do with a joke answer when stumped on the real one. No, Lassie 2 was not the director and star oi Dances With Wolves and, tempting though it s was to do otherwise, we only gave those who answered Kevin Costner a chance to win tickets to a iilm in the Geronimo’s Revenge season at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse, a bottle oi Cuervo Gold Tequila and a T-shirt. The winners were L. Jones, Alison Crawiord, S. Ramsay, Rona Gray (all Edinburgh) and Keith Taylor (Musselburgh).
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Gary Glitter competition winners became Cities in the Park winners. We hope the iollowing people are happy with their alternative prize video: P. Featherstone, John Smith, Eileen Rae, Terri Kaye (all Glasgow), S. Morson, Aileen Cook, A. Soutar,
Allan Jardine (all Edinburgh),
Desmond Coyne (South Dueensierry)
and John McMeese (Imon). Address .................................... . . I Only one entry per person/per °°°°° " competition. It you are entering more than .............................................. .. one competition you need use only one
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Released on video on Monday 8 June, Reversal oi Fortune (Columbia Tri-Star £10.99) is the acclaimed thriller based on the real-lite Claus von Dulow court-case. Starring Glenn Close and Jeremy irons, who gives an Academy Award-winning periormance, the movie is an account oi one at the most notorious murder trials oithe past twenty years.
The List has live copies oithe video to give away and all you have to do is answer the question and return the iorm by Tuesday 23 June when the draw will take place.
Which lamous London iootball team is nick-named the irons?
Send in BEVERSAL OF FORTUNE COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street,
Tom Stoppard’s hilarious comedy, Travesties, is the next play lined-up tor the Edinburgh Royal Lyceum's summei season oi laughter. Playing on the curious tact that Lenin, James Joyce and a Dadaist poet must all have been in Zurich at the same time, the play is made even more surreal by being % recounted through a minor civil servant who coniuses the events with his memory oi periorming in an amateur OscarWilde production.
Boasting a cast oi eight oi the . brightest talents on the Scottish stage. j the production promises to be a comic treatwhen it opens on 19 June. The List 5 has ten pairs at tickets to give away for the periormance on 22 June — just answer the question and return the iorm by Wednesday 17 June when the draw will take place.
What is the name oi the Stoppard play, recently made into a iilm, based
on two characters irom ShakeSpeare's Hamlet?
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