I CASTLEMILK LIBRARY 100 Castlemilk Drive. 634 2066.

Why I: the Sky So High? Tue 13 Oct. 2—2.45pm.

Talking Drums in a musical show which includes tunes from all over the world. (4~8).

Mr Bones Amazing Puppet Show Wed 14 Oct. 2—2.45pm. More rattlingly good fun in a chaotic, noisy show. (3—5). Greeniingers Thurs 15 Oct. 2—2.45pm. A show by London-based Oily Cart Theatre Company which takes a trip into the garden. See how plants grow, and learn about insects, with music and puppets.(3—5).

Jooglie Wilkies Fri 16 Oct. 2—2.45pm. The Baldy Bane Theatre Company in a musical show which is full of tricks and the chance to get in on the action. (4—9).

I COMMUNITY CENTRAL HALL 304 Maryhill Road, 339 9155.

Joogie Wilkles Wed 14 Oct. 2.30—3. 15pm. 50p.

See above.

Dance Construction Thurs 15 Oct. 1-3pm. 50p. Join in an afternoon ofgames, movement and exercises, and help create a dance piece. Wear loose, comfy clothing. (8—12).


Boobee and Blimp Litter Show Fri 160ct, 2—3pm. Two clowns who defy the boundaries ofthc usual children’s show and get down to a fair amount ofchaos, magic and crazy fun.

I THE OLD ATHENAEUM THEATRE 179 Buchanan Street, 332 2333.

Greenllngers Sat 17 Oct. 11am and 2pm. Kids 50p; adults £1 .See above.

I PARTICK BURGH HALL Burgh Hall Street. 334 2000.

Mr Bones Amazing Puppet Show Wed 14 Oct. 11am—noon. Kids 50p; adults £1. See above.

Why is the Sky So High? Wed 14 Oct. 2—2.45pm. Kids 50p; adults £1. See above. Greenllngers Fri 16 Oct. 11am and 2pm. Kids 50p; adults £1. See above.

I RAINBOW HALL 174 Roystonhill, Royston, 556 6168.

Joogie Wilkies Tues 13 Oct. 2—2.45pm. See above.

Other Events

I BELLSHILL CULTURAL CENTRE 0698 841831 . Photography Club Tuesdays 3.30—5pm. 50p. Learn the basics of processing and printing black and white film and receive full instruction on how to use a 35mm camera. The best work will be included in a Christmas exhibition.

I CRAIGNEUK COMMUNITY CENTRE Wishaw. 0698 66166 ext 2549. Photography Workshop Wednesdays 3.30—5pm. 50p. See entry above.

THE DOME OF DISCOVERY South Rotunda, 100 Govan Road. 427 1792. Mon—Fri 9.45am—4pm. Sat—Sun 10am—5pm. Kids £1.50; adults £2.50; family £5, £6, £7. Science at your finger tips.

I HAGGS CASTLE 100 St Andrews Drive , Pollokshields, 427 2725.

October Activities Sat 10—Sun 18 Oct. A week of fun and interesting workshops including puppet and mask making, collage and weaving. Free but booking is essential.

I SUMMERLEE HERITAGE TRUST West Canal Street, 0236 440429.

October Fair Sat lO—Sun 180ct.

10am—5pm. Free. A week of circus workshops, face painting, games and carnival entertainment.


I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE Kiidrum, 0236 732887.

Alkazam Puppets Sat 10 Oct. 1.15pm. Kids £1.25; adults £1.75. Stories and legends by this extremely popular company.

Mr Bones Sat 17 Oct. 1.15pm. Kids£l .25; adults£l .75. See above.

I THE MITCHELL THEATRE Granville Street, 227 5511.

Think oi a Number Roadshow Tue 6—Sat 10 Oct. 10am and 1.45pm. £3.50Johnny Ball in a show that takes mathematics and science and makes them fun.

I MOTHERWELL THEATRE Civic Centre. 0698 67515.

Mi Boom Fri 9 Oct. 1 lam. £1.50. Musical fun from the man from the moon and his cosmic dog, Boom de Bouncer.


Activities and Fun

I BRASS RUBBING CENTRE Trinity Apse Church, 556 4364.

October Holiday Workshops Mon 19—Fri 23 Oct. £2 per session. Learn brass rubbing. how to create your own stained glass window, how to design and colour a T-shirt and how to make a collage ofa knight, in a series of daily workshops. Full details and advance booking from above number.

I GORGIE CITY FARM 51 Gorgie Road, 337 4202. 9am-4pm. Free. Pigs. cows, rabbits, sheep and loads more cuddly animals at the farm in the heart of the town.

I LEITH WATERWORLD 377 Easter Road, 555 6000.

Holiday Special Mon l9—Fri 23 Oct. Have loads of watery fun with a weekly holiday ticket. £4 for unlimited access. (8+ ).

I THE MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High Street, 225 2424. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm. Deutsche Puppen Until 7 Nov. A display of 33 dolls from the museum‘s collection and the chance to find out who makes dolls, which is the principal porcelain doll-making area and a short history ofthc industry.

I THE NETHERBOW 43—45 High Street, 556 9579.

Scottish Storytelling Festival Tue 20—Sat 31 Oct. Afternoon sessions kids £1 .50; adults £3, evening sessions kids £2.50; adults £3.50.

Family Storysharing Tue 20 Oct. 2.30pm. Stories for all the family.

Keepers 01 the Earth Tue 20 Oct. 7.30pm. Native American and Scottish tales. Family Siorysharing Wed 21 Oct. 2.30pm. Piper's News and Fiddler’s Tales Wed 21 Oct. 7.30pm. Scottish stories and Traditions.

New Storytellers Workshop Wed 21 Oct. 7.30pm. Tell your own stories and learn how to shape them.

Family Storysharing Thurs 22 Oct. 2.30pm. Hero Tales and Wonder Tales An evening of Celtic stories.

I ROYAL COMMONWEALTH POOL Dalkeith Road, 667 7211.

Family Club Saturdays from 3 Oct. 8—8.50am and 9—9.50am. Family ticket; £20 for 12 sessions. Gym-Joey classes for the 3—55 with singing, climbing and junior gymnastics, swimming lessons for the older children and impact aerobic classc and weights for parents.

I ST BRIDES CENTRE 10 Orwell Terrace. Haymarket, 346 1405.

Autumn Programme Starting from 5 Oct. £5 per term. Enrol now for courses in ballroom dancing. disco dancing. video and film-making, astronomy, theatre arts. guitar and many other exciting activities. I JAMES THIN BOOKSHOP 53 South Bridge, 556 6743.

Debi Gllori Tue 20 Oct. 10.30—11.30am. Meet the author illustrator of When I'm Big and hear a story.


I KING'S THEATRE Leven Street, 2291201. The Wizard of Oz Mon l9—Sat 25 Oct. Mon 2pm, Tue—Fri 10.30am and 2pm. Sat 10.30pm and Sun 3pm. Kids £4, £3.50 and £3; adults £5, £4.50 and £4. Will Dorothy find a way to go home, will the scarecrow ever get any brains and who lives in the Emerald City? Find out in a magical, musical extravaganza.




I Race Days Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Shawfield Stadium, Rutherglen Road, Glasgow. There are ten races in each meeting, starting at 7.45pm. £2.


I Race Days Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Powderhall Stadium, Beaverhall Road, Edinburgh. Each meeting includes ten races, starting at 7.30pm. £2.50 Stand. Race programme free with admission.

FOOTBALL Saturday 10


I Airdrle V Partick Thistle Broomfield, Airdrie. 3pm.

I Celtic V Hearts Celtic Park, Gallowgate, Glasgow. 3pm.

I Dundee Utd V Motherwell Tannadice Park, Tannadice Street, Dundee. 3pm. I Falkirk V Dundee Brockville, Falkirk. 3pm.

I HIbS V Aberdeen Easter Road Stadium, Albion Road, Edinburgh. 3pm.


I Clydebank v Cowdenbeath Kilbowie Park, Clydebank. 3pm.

I Ounterrnllne v Ayr United East End Park, Dunfermline. 3pm.

I Kllmamock v Morton Rugby Park, Kilmamock. 3pm.

I Meadowbank Thistle v Hamilton Meadowbank Stadium, London Road, Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Stirling Albion v Oumbarton Annfield, Stirling. 3pm.

I St erren v Raith Rovers Love Street, Paisley. 3pm.


I Alloa Athletic v Stranraer Recreation Park, Alloa. 3pm.

I Clyde V Montrose Douglas Park. Hamilton. 3pm.

I East Stirling v Sienhousemuir Firs Park, Firs Street, Falkirk. 3pm.

I Queen's Park v Brechin Hampden Park, Glasgow. 3pm.

Saturday 17


I Dundee V Airdrie Dens Park, Sandeman Street, Dundee. 3pm.

I Hearts V Dundee United Tynecastle Park, Gorgie Road, Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Moiherweil v Celtic Fir Park, Motherwell. 3pm.

I Partick Thistle v St Johnstone Firhill, Firhill Road, Glasgow. 3pm.

I Rangers V Hibs lbrox Stadium, Glasgow.

3 m.


I Ayrv Clydebank Somerset Park, Somerset Road, Ayr. 3pm.

I Cowdenbeath v Stirling Albion Central Park, Cowdenbeath. 3pm.

I Oumbarton v St Mirren Boghead, Dumbarton. 3pm.

I Hamilton v Ounierrnllne Douglas Park. Hamilton. 3pm.

I Morton V Meadowbank Cappielow Park, Greenock. 3pm.

I Ralth Rovers v Kllmamock Stark's Park. Pratt Street, Kirkcaldy. 3pm.


I Albion Rovers v FortarCliftonhill. Coatbridge. 3pm.

HORSES Saturday 10

I Ayr Ayr Racecourse, 2 Whitletts Road. Ayr. 0292 264179. Club £10, Eglinton £6. First race 2.10pm. The first National Hunt meeting of the season at Ayr offers a chance to see all the hairy old nags you lost your money backing last winter.

Monday 19

I Edinburgh Musselburgh Racecourse, Musselburgh. Club £10, paddock £6. 2.15pm. The Flat season drags towards a conclusion with a wintry meeting at the seaside-ish track.

RUGBY Saturday 10

I McEWAN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 1 I Boroughmuir v Glasgow High/Kelvlnslde Meggetland, Colinton Road, Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Edinburgh Academicals vWatsonians Raebum Place, Stockbridge, Edinburgh. 3pm. I McEWAN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 2 I Clarkston v Wigtownshire Braidholm. Braidholm Road, Giffnock. 3pm.

I Glasgow Academicals v Preston Lodge FP New Anniesland, Helensburgh Dn've, Glasgow. 3pm.

I Kirkcaldy V Ayr Beveridge Park, Balwearie Road, Kirkcaldy. 3pm.

I Musselburgh v West oi Scotland Stoneyhill, Stoneyhill Farm Road. Musselburgh. 3pm.

I Stewart's/Melville FP v Peebies lnverleith, Ferry Road, Edinburgh. 3pm.

Saturday 17

I McEWAN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 1 I Currie V Kelso Malieny Park, Balerno.

3 m.

Ip Edinburgh Academicals v Gala Raeburn Place, Stockbridge, Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Glasgow High/Kelvlnside v Heriots FP Old Anniesland, Crow Road, Glasgow. 3pm. I Watsonlans v Stirling County Myreside. Myreside Road, Edinburgh. 3pm.

I McEWAN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 2 I Edinburgh Wanderers v Grangemouih Murrayfield, Corstorphine, Edinburgh.

3 m.

IpPreston Lodge FP v Claritston Pennypit Park, Rope Walk, Prestonpans. 3pm.

I West of Scotland v Stewart’s/Melville FP Bumbrae, Milngavic, Glasgow. 3pm.


I Edinburgh Gull Oll Monarchsv Wolverhampton Wolves Powderhall Stadium, Edinburgh. 7.15pm. A special challenge match at Powderhall this evening, offering Edinburgh fans a rare chance to see Wolves' American star Sam Errnolenko, regarded by many as the world’s number one rider.

56 The List 9 - 22 October 1992