PERRIER NOMINEE and BEST NEW ACT in 1991
. . it would take a dedicated sour- face of any age to resist him . . . a joy to watch" The Independent
. . one of the funniest things in Edinburgh . . Scotsman
Assembly Rooms, 54 George Street 15 August to 5 September at 4pm (not 24 Aug, lst Sept) Box Office 031 226 2428
PAUL MOROC'O and the EC BIG BAND
"A juicy parody of the EC community"
"See Paul Morocco . .
a new language of flamenco" The Face
The Gilded Balloon, 233 Cowgate, Edinburgh 14 August to 5 September at 6.30pm .
Box Office 031 226 2151
34'l'he List 14 leAugust 19‘):
The Traverse Company gggggggggcowMBus: BLOODING
One Yellow Rabbit, SERPENT KILLS
THE OCEAN Cinnabar, England REVELATIONS: THE TESTAMENT OF SALOME Communicado CYRANO DE BERGERAC
SUZANNE BONNAR Scouand
A PEN & A FIDDLE MADAME MAO‘S Norma MacCaig & Aly
TOM MCGRATH ' ENCOUNTERS “T QUIJOTE C.P. TAYLOR
THE INDEPENDENT/TRAVERSE CONFERENCES
NAT" )NAL Yott't‘I-t Mitten
Revival of the hilarious "(is hit musical. with 2 new songs for ‘92. With TVs ANDREW O’CONNOR as Billy l-‘isher.
Book by Dick Clement and [an In l‘renaiis. music b3 John Barry. I) rics by Don Black.
Based on “Billy Liar" by Keith \\ :nerhouse and Willis llall.
Fri 14-Sat 29 Aug
The delightful. colourful. poner- ful musical that's been thrilling ' audiences for (i years!
Inst chance to see it before ")5 l s tour!
"Brilliant and consuimly moving" The (iuztrdittn
Nothing short of sensational " S.’l‘el
"Britain's ﬁnes! youth company . . . 11n- ICiggetl (.‘hiltl slums them .1! their lines!" The Scotsman
Wed 19-Sat 29 Aug George Square Theatre
Box Ofﬁce: 031-650 2001
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