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DEPARTMENT OF LEISURE AND TOURISM
SUMMER PROGRAMME 1992
CHILDREN'S FUN GALA
THURSDAYS ONLY : JULY 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 & AUGUST 7 AT 2.3OPM NORTH BERWICK SWIMMING POOL
Fun, games, competitions and radio-controlled power boats display for children of all ages. Tickets from North Bcrwick Swimming Pool and North Berwick Tourist Information Centre:
Tickets: [1.50 (Full), 75p (Concs)
MR BOOM TOURS EAST LOTHIAN
Tues 14 July at Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh, 2.30pm
Wed 15 July at Dunbar Leisure Pool, Dunbar, 2.30pm
Fri 17 July at Prestonpans Community Centre, 11.00am
Fri 17 July at Haddington Com Exchange, 2.30pm*
Sat 18 July at North Berwiek Sports Centre, 2.30pm
Tickets [2.50 (Full), [1.50 (Concs) Tickets available from each venue ‘with the exception of lladdington Corn Iixchange, where tickets will be sold at Main Reception, Council Buildings, Iladdington.
SUMMER CONCERTS IN NORTH BERWICK
TRADITIONAL ISN'IIER'I‘AINMIEV'I' FROM TI IlS RIiVOWNIZD PIPE BAND
, JULY 15, 22, 29 &
i AUGUST 5, 12, 19 1992
' AT 7.45m AT THE LODGE
QROUNDS, NORTII BIZRWICKJ
L_. ._ _. _ 58The List 3— 16July 1992
Mon—Fri “lam—4.30pm; Sat mam-4pm. The Summer SIIDW Fri 3—24 Jul. Mixed show of paintings by seven artists. some
established. some new to the gallery. all capturing a summer mood.
I museum or CHILDHOOD 42 Iligh Strect.- '
225 2424. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.
Bearing All Until 5 Sept. Celebrated bears from the museum's collection. including Paddington and Rupert.
I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 556 8921. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2 -5pm.
The home of a fine collection ofworks. from the Renaissance to
Post-Impressionism. including Velazquez.
Iil (ireco. Rembrandt. Gainsborough. Degas. Van (iogh and Scottish (‘olouris‘ts Leonardo da Vinci: The Mystery olthe ‘Madonna olthe Yarnwinder' t'ntil Sun 13 .Iul. Several examples of thispainting
exist. but which is the real one'.’ l-‘orthe , first time five different versionsare
brought together. giving visitors a glimpse of the business ofauthenticatingart.
I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND George l\' Bridge 226 453I . Mon- Fri
i 9.3llairi—S3llpni1 Sat 9.3(lan1—5pm: Sun : 2—5pm. Monumental Reputation: Robert Adam and
the Emperor's Palace L'ntil 31) Sept. A celebration of the bicentenary ofthc Scottish architect's life. this exhibition focuses on Adam's Iiuropcan (irandTour of 1754—8. during which he visited the spectacular Palace of Emperor Diocletian. and formed some ofhis revolutionary ideas about the interpretation of (‘Iassical Antiquity in lb‘th century architecture.
I NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43 l ligh Street. 556 957‘). Mon—Sat “lam—4.30pm. The Preacher and the Goldsmith Admission LI .2“ £1 5llp. Permanent exhibition about next-door-neighbour. John Knox's Home
I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75 (‘umbcrland
Little Ones 81 Grown-ups
come along to ourfirst Children's Summer
Extravaganza from Tue 7 - Sat 18 July.
Sparkie the Clown workshop, Batman, Golden Age Theatre, The Clown Jewels, Edinburgh Puppet Company and more!
ALL SHOWS TICKETS - £1.75 SPECIAL FAMILY TICKET - £6.00 (2 adults, 2 children)
For information and bookings, please call Box Office: 041-552 4267
Or see listings for prices and dates.
63 Trongate, Glasgow Box Office 041-552 4267
and all Ticketlink outlets
Street. 557 1020. Mon-Fri I()am—6pm. Sat
Group Show Until Thurs l6JuI. Paintings
by John Boy-d. ceramics by' Lorna Graves.
I prints by Christine Woodside and
jewellery by Tricia Buton.
I PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 556
8921. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.
Scotland‘s bonniest and beastlicst
' monarchs. politicians. writers and artists-
and a very fine cafe.
I OUEEN'S HALL Clerk Street. 668 3456. Daily 10am—6pm or later on concert
‘ New Work lrom Art Moderne Gallery,
. MOSCOW Until I Aug. One ofthccity's
| most exciting co-operatives presents a
selection of works.
I I ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN lnvcrleith
Row. 552 7171. Mon—Sat 9am—sunsct; Sun
Ilam—sunset. Cafe. [1)]. Exhibitions
Peter Randall-Page: Sculpture and Drawings
1980-1992 Until 9 Aug. The first major
retrospective of an artist described by the
Sunday Times as ‘Britain's best-kept
sculptural secret‘. Some 9(ldrawings.
maquettes and sculptures. inspired by
I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND
Chambers Street. 225 7534. Mon—Sat
10am—5pm: Sun 2—5pm.
Museum of Scotland Permanent display
charting the progress of the controversial
new Chambers Street museum. scheduled
to open in I996.
I ROYAL OBSERVATORY Blackford l Iill.
668 8405. Mon—Fri 10am—4pm:
vv'eekends'holidays noon—5pm. [I)|.
Up-to-datc information on the Big Bang
and everything else you ever wanted to
know about the universe.
I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY The .Vlound.
225 667i. Mon—Sat Illan1—6pszun
166th Annual Exhibition ol Painting,
Sculpture and Architecture Until 18 Jul.
£1 .2(),15l)p. Show of oils. mixed media.
sculpture and architecture by established
artists and recent graduates from all over
I SCOTTISH GALLERY 94 George Street.
225 5955. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat
10am— 1 pm.
Exhibitions Mon 61ul—8 Aug:
Gordon Bryce ARSA RSW: New Paintings
Brightly coloured still lifes and landscapes
including Arisaig and Glencoe.
Sally Freshwater: Constructions Unusual
textile works inﬂuenced by the techniques
used in sail or kite-making and various
Ruth Rushby: Enamel Jewellery
I STILLS GALLERY III5 I ligh Street. 557
l 140. Tue—Sat l lam—5.30pm.
A Blemish on the TeXITue 7 Jul» 1 Aug. A
joint project between Alexa Wright.
performance artist. and David I lopkins.
poet and cx-Iecturer in Art Ilistory. in
which enlarged black and white imagesof
A Blemish on the Text
David I lopkins and Alexa W’right
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skin are projected onto the gallery walls and blemishes. sounds. even text appear to ‘erupt' from the surface. (‘ontact gallery for details of a free performance on Tue 7.
I TALBOT RICE GALLERY lidinburgh University ()ld College. South Bridgc.65ll 2211. Mon—Sat “lam—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Toon Kuiipers: Pastoral Pictures Sat 27 Jun—I Aug. Landscapes. Icndinglovv'ards abstraction and offering a glimpse of ‘a world of deeply mysterious beauty".
I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 I lamilton Place. 2265425. Daily. IlIam--5pm(|ater. during performances).
Scotland China Arts L'ntil 12 Aug. Traditional and modern works by ('hinese artists. some of them making their British debut
I 359 GALLERY 233(1)“ gate. 225 .TIII3. Tue—Sat noon—6pm.
Napier Polytechnic Degree Show tiniil Sat 4 Jul. Works by the Final year olNapier's Photography. Film and 'I‘elev ision Department.
Alan Kilpalrick: New Landscapes Paintings. I TORRANCE GALLERY 2% l)undas Street. 556 6366. .‘vlon—-I"ri I Iam- 6pm; Sat ll).3llam~4pm.
David Smith: Paintings - Selected Works 1972-1992 Until Sat I 1 Jul. Works inspired by Smith's travels he has exhibited in South Africa. Switzerland. Hiroshima and even places as exotic as Iiastbourne and lIuIl.
OUTSIDE THE CITIES Coatbridge
I SUMMERLEE HERITAGE TRUST West (‘anal Street. “236 431261. Daily Illam—5pm.
In Parliament I'ntil Sun l2Jul. Atextual and pictorial record of the vv artimc workings of Parliament and how they affected 1940s Britain. curated by the
l louse of Commons information staff.
I CRAWFORD ARTS CENTRE 93 North Street. (I334 7461“. Mon -Sat Illam—5pm: Sun 2-5pm. |I)|
Iixhibitions until Sun 5 Jul:
Pure Ideas in a Wicked World: Works by Nathan Coley.
W. Barnes-Graham: Drawings.
Harry Nelson: Ceramics.
Iixhibitionsl-ri llllul- I6 Atltl:
, Tribal Memory Photographs by Aase : (ioldsmith.
SCOITISII Storytellers Photographs by Ian Mackenzie. T-SIIII'TS by ('louty designs and .S'pmgtogs.
I PICTURE GALLERY (‘hambers Institute. High Street. Mon-Fri 10am—1pm and 2—5pm: Sat. Sun 2—5pm.
PelerAngel Paintings. drawings and photographs. Pippa Angel Jewellery. mirrors and frames.
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22 June to I August
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