Activities and Fun I SUNBUSTERS 1992 Wed 1 Jul—Sat 15
Aug. Various venues. To become a member of the Sunbuster club and to receive a membership card. Sunbuster comic. badge. attendance card and reduced rates to events. bring passport size photo and £1 to any of the venues. For details and programme phone 069867515. Below is a day by day guide with age range in brackets.
I BURNHEAD COMMUNITY CENTRE
Star Trekking Sat 4 Jul. 10am—noon. Members 65p; non-members £1.20. (8+). Cosmic fun with music and dance.
I KEIR HARDIE CENTRE Stevenson. 0698 833803.
Circus City Mon 6 Jul. 10am— 1pm. Membersil 1 non-members£1.50.
(7+ ).Learn how to uni-cycle. clown and tumble with the Glasgow School ofL‘ircus 3 Arts.
I WISHAW LIBRARY
Forrest Wilson Tue 7 Jul. 2.30—3.30pm. Free. (8—1 1 ). Author ofSupergran explains how to write stories.
I DALZELL ESTATE Motherwell. Orienteering Course Tue 7 Jul. 2pm. Free. (8+). A race through the forest following a series of natural clues.
I AQUATEC Monteith Road. Motherwell. (1698 76464. Ice Karaoke Wed 8 Jul. 1.30—3.45pm. Members £1 ; non-members£1 .80. With prizes for the best-dressed pop star.
I CLELAND LIBRARY Main Street. 0698 860487. Animal Close Contact Visit Thurs 8Ju1. 1030—1 1 .30am. Free. Members only. (6+ ). Small or slimy creatures from Glasgow Zoo.
I DAISY PARK COMMUNITY CENTRE Motherwell. 0698 53051.
Rainbow Days—The Bed Day Thurs 8Jul. 10.30am—noon. Members 65p; non-members £1.20. (Under 8). Songs. painting and dancing with Little Red Riding Hood.
I BELHAVEN PARK Glen Road. Wishaw. Teddy Bears’ Picnic Sat 1 1 Jul. 10.30am-noon. Free. (Under 8). Prizes for the best-dressed Teddy.
I CRAIGNEUK LIBRARY
Postman Pat Storytime Mon 13 Jul. 1030—] 1 .30am. Free. (Under 5) Meet Pat and his black and white cat. and listen to his adventures. I BIRKENSHAW SPORTS HALL
Uddingston. 0698 815872.
Rollerdisco Tue 14 Jul. 10am—noon. Members 65p; non-members £1.20.
I NEWMAINS LIBRARY
Postman Pat Storytime Wed 15 Jul. lO.30—11.30am. See Craigneuk Library. I JEVISTON COMMUNITY CENTRE 1 Sweet tactory Wed 15 Jul. 2—4pm. T Members only £1. (7-12). Create some mouth watering delights.
I SHOTTS LIBRARY
Postman Pat Storytime Thurs l6Jul.
10.30—1 1.30am. See Craigneuk Library.
I DALZELL ESTATE
Arts in the Park Thurs 16 Jul. 2pm. Free. Help compose a sculpture from the
I DOME OE DISCOVERY South Rotunda. 100 Govan Road. 427 1792. Mon—Fri 9.45am—4pm. Sat—Sun 10am—5pm. Kids £1.50; adults £2.50. See Open listings for details ofsummer programme.
I HAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrews Drive. 427 2725.
Book in advance for dailysummer activities. Free. Age range given in brackets.
Make 3 Weird and Wonderful Mask Fri 3Jul. 10.15am and 2.15pm. (6—9).
Listen to a Story and Make a Puppet Sat 4 Jul. 10. 15am and 2.15pm. (4—7). Victorian Pressed Flower Pictures Sun 5 Jul. 2.15pm. (7—12).
Archery Mon 6Jul. 10. 15am and 2.15pm. (8—12).
Leaves and Petals Tue 7 Jul. 2. 15pm. Learn about herbs and make a bath sachet. (5—8).
Victorian Fun and Games Wed 8Jul.
10. 15am and 2.15pm. (7—12).
Garden Nature Trail Thurs 9 Jul. 2. 15pm. (4—7).
Archery Fri 10Jul. 10.15am and2. 15pm. (812).
Listen to a Story and Make a Collage Sat
10. 15am and 2.15pm. (4—7).
Make a Weird and Wondertui Mask Sun 12 Jul. 2.15pm. (6—9).
Archery Mon 13 Jul. 10. 15am and 2.15pm. (#12).
Dress Up and Act a Part Tue 14 Jul. 2. 15pm. (6—12).
Listen to a Story and Make a Puppet Wed 15 Jul. (4—7).
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. 887 1010.
Toilet Roll Zoo Fri 10Jul. 2—3.30pm. £1. Weekly craft session. Bring along a supply of toilet roll inners.
I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL 225 Scotland
Street. 429 1202.
SummerActivities in conjunction with the current exhibition. Keepers oft/w [:11th about the North American Indian. an ongoing scriesof painting. printmaking. singing and dancing workshops and story-telling sessions. Call museum for details.
I TRON THREATRE 63 Trongate. 552 4267. Children's Extravaganza Tue 7—Sat 18 Jul. All tickets for performances £1.752family (two adults and two children)£6.
The Princess Who Tried Tue 7 and Thurs 9 Jul. 2.30pm. A fast moving. magical. musical adventure staged by Golden Age Theatre Company.
Michael Breck's Magic Show Wed 8 at 2.30pm and Wed 15 Jul 1 lam. Trickery. skulduggery. puppets and audience participation in an unmissable show.
ﬂag and Bone Fri Ill—Sat 11 Jul. 11am and 2.30pm. Stories. puppetry and songs with two lovable bag ladies. A production by the popular (Tlown Jewels Company.
The Girl From the Sea Tue l4—Fri 17Jul. 2.30pm. Based on the George Mackay story. an innovative show using puppets and masks. Directed by Wojeiech Wieczorkiewicz. one of Europe's leading puppet directors. this production is by the Edinburgh Puppet Company. Sparky The Clown Workshop Wed 8—Thurs 9 i Jul. 10.30am—noon. £3 for both days. A
Edinburgh Puppet co‘m’pa
Scotland's most talented clowns. Also see
him perform in Argyle Street on Tue 71111
Behind the Scenes at the Tron Thurs 16Jul. l
Ham—noon. A backstage tour with the i
two-day event where you can learn I
theatre's technical crew.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. 881 1010. All shows: kids £1 ; adults£1.50. Doodles the Clown Mon 6.1111. 1pm. Much slippingon bananaskinsandthe chanceto i join in the fun.
Alkazam Puppets Tue 7 and Sat 1 1 Jul (TB('). 1pm. A brand new show which includes several favourite children's stories.
The Haggis That Lost Its Glen Mon l.‘~Jul. 1pm. Pictish Puppets present the tale oi an unfortunate haggis who is captured by a wicked Queen.
Scott Lovat's Magic Show Wed 15 Jul. 1pm. Amazing tricks and hilarious puppets.
I The Old Athenaeum Theatre 179 Buchanan Street. 332 2333.
Skint Knees Workshops Mon 27.1111 -Sat 1 Aug. 10am ~ 5pm. £25. Six daysof rehearsals concluding with a production. (fr-1(1).
Scottish Youth Theatre Workshop Mon 3 Aug—Sat 8 Aug. 10am »5pm. £25. learn all the skills involy ed in staging a show and create a brand new production. 1 1 l~1-i). Fl Im
I GLASGOW FILM THEATRE Rose Street. 332 6535. Kids £2.70; adults £5.50. Charlotte‘s Web Sat 4 Jul. 1.31 1pm and 3.30pm. Animated tale about a pig who escapes the frying pan with the help oi'a spider.
An American Tale Sat 1 1 Jul. 1.30pm. A family of persecuted Russian mice escape to America. in a sentimental animated tale.
Activities and Fun
I NORTH BERWICK SWIMMING POOL665 3711.
Children‘s Fun Gala Thurs 9 and Thurs 16 Jul. 2.30pm. Kids 75p: adults £1.50. An afternoon of ion in the pool. with games.
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ny present The Girl From The Sea competitions and a display of radio-controlled power boats.
Theatre I enuaroa THEATRE 1.;ulywell\\’ay.
Musselburgh. 665 22-10.
Mr Boom Tue 14 Jul. 2.30pm. Kids £1.50: adults £2.50. Singalong fun from oneof Scotland's top children‘s entertainers.
I KINGS THEATRE Leven Street. 229 1201. Seaside Special Tue 7- Sat llJul. 2pm. Kids £4. £3.50 and L3; adults £5.£~1.50and £4. A brand new show by stars of TVand stage. The Singing Kettle. l.oadsof summertime songs. fun and the invitation to get in the mood and wear a knotted hankie on your head.
I THE NETHERBOW 4.3 ~15 High Street. 556 2(147.
The Puppet Theatre Summer Season begins w ith a series ot shows by puppeteer in residence. lan Turbitt. All pcrlormances at 2.30pm. KidsL l .50: adults £2.50.
Aladdin Mon 6 .1111. A far liastern inusieal tale.
Peter and the Walt Tue 7 Jul. The classic iiuropean story.
Reynal’d the Fox Wed 8 Jul. The adventures of tile eleyel'esi fox ever.
Puss 'n‘ Boots Thurs 8.1111. The tale oftlie feline with the groovy footwear.
The Well at the World‘s End l~'ri 10Jul. A collection of traditional Scottish tales. Aladdin Mon l3Jul.
Peterand the Wolt'l‘ue 14Jul.
Reynard the Fox Wed 15 Jul.
Puss ‘n' Boots Thurs 16Jul.
Exhibitions l MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 1 ligli Street.
225 242-1. .\1on Sat 10am ~6pm.
Bearing All 1711111 5 Sept. An expansive exhibition ieaturing 'l eddy bears from the museum's collection. itillltlth bears. and competitions.
I FILMHOUSE 88 [.othian Road. 228 2688. ,
Mon Oncle Sat 4 Jul. 2.30pm. Jacques'l'ati stars in this silent but hilariouselassie. Jason and the Argonauts Sat 11 Jul. 2.30pm. T-lxeellent special effects and animation as Jason searches for the Golden Fleece.
TWO RIGHT FOR KIDS !!
CREATIVE DANCE CLASSES FOR CHILDREN SAT 18 JULY
10am: 3-5 years
1 1.30am: 6-7 years
1.30pm: 8-10 years All tickets £2
OFF TO KINTAII. THE SUMMER SHOW FOR CHILDREN SAT 25 JULY llam & 2pm £2.50 (£1.50)
THEATRE WORKSHOP, 34 HAMILTON PLACE
EDINBURGH EH3 SAX
TEL: 03] - 226 5425