ON THE FRINGE AND ON THE ROAD WITH
Translated by EDWIN MORGAN Directed by GERRY MULGREW
An insolent romp through the life. times and glorious romance of the long-nosed. short tempered poet.
"A brilliant play. brilliant translator. - brilliant company".... The Scotsman “Unmissable... book now or never“... Scot/and on Sunday
IN THE TRAVERSE (VENUE 15) - Sat 15 Aug-Sat 5 Sept phone
031 228 1404 or check Fringe Programme for details. IN A THEATRE NEAR YOU - toonng DUNDEE (Rept. GLASGOW (Tron). STIRLING (MacRobertI and CUMBERNAULD (Cumbemauld Theatre) in Sept and Oct. Phone 031 228 5465 t0r information
f- AUTUMN SEASON 1992
S E P MAJOR BARBARA : Shaw 2
THE WASP FACTORY : Banks '27 THE HOME SHOW PIECES : Greenspan
O SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH : Williams NOT ABOUT HEROES : MacDonald 13352352,; VENUS & ADONIS : Shakespeare
HAPPY DAYS : Beckett THE BIRTHDAY PARTY : Pinter CONUNDRUM : MacDonald
11 NOVEMBER - 6 DECEMBER
BOOKINGS NOW OPEN : 041-429 0022 ALL SEATS £6 : OAPS, STUDENTS, UNEMPLOYED, REGISTERED DISABLED £2
OPEN ON SUNDAYS
A‘CELEBRATTON OF MARY STUART
Saturdays 8th - 15th — 22nd August 1992 The year 1992 marks the 450th anniversary of the birth of Mary Stuart, Queen of France, Queen of Scotland and Pretender to the English throne. What more fitting tribute to Scotland's most romantic and tragic monarch than to celebrate her life in theatre, song and feast in the place
of her birth, l.inIithgow I’alace? Linlithgow Trust have endeavoured to create a tapestry of music,
dancing, tableaux, to recreate the story of the fairest of the Stewart line.
Performance 7.30pm. Tickets £7.50 include wine and savouries.
AT THE ROYAL COURT OF MARY STUART
Saturday and Sunday afternoons 18th July to 30th August On Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 18th July to 30th August, Linlithgow I’Iayers re-enact the return of Mary Stuart to her birthplace, the Palace of Linlithgow from her early life at the Cou it of France. Combine your visit to Linlithgow I’alace with the opportunity to see its ancient walls brought alive by the colourful splendour of Mary and her Court. Performance at 2.15, 3.15 and 4.14pm.
No charge for performance - normal Palace admission charges only.
SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING FOR ALL
Wednesday evenings through August 1992 Come along and enjoy dancing in the unique environment of I.inlithgow I’alace‘s courtyard. Da nce to the strains of live music around James V's beautifully-carved stone fountain. Young or old, experienced or not - fun for all!
5th and 12th August in Palace, 7.15pm,19th and 26th August in Burgh Halls, 7.30pm. Tickets at door on evening priced Q t? concasions include tea and biscuits.
QUEEN OF HEARTS
Sunday 6th September at 2.30pm and 730pm "Queen of I Iearts", a one-character play about the vivacious yet unfortunate Elizabeth Stuart, the Winter Queen, sister of Charles I, will be performed in I.inlithgow Palace. Tickets £3.50
Tickets andfurther information phone Forth Valley Tourist Board 0506 844600 or The Secretary, 0506 842498
09-3 ' . 4.. -' Tuesday lst - Sunday 6th September 7.30pm. WORLD PREMIER -‘
The Besht Tellers The Story of the Last of the Just
Tuesday 8th - Sunday 13th September 7.30pm Unit One
A Night at the Sarry
Tuesday 15th - Sunday 20th September 7.30pm Birds of Paradise
Tues 22nd Sept - Sun 4th Oct (excl. 27th and 28th) 7.30pm Arches Theatre Company
A Taste of Honey
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88 The List 14 — 20 August 1992