Activities and Fun


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 THE DOME OF DISCOVERY South Rotunda, 100 Govan Road, 427 1792. Mon—Fri 9.45am—4pm. Sat—Sun 10am-5pm. Kids£l .50; adults £2.50; family £5, £6, £7.

The Atmosphere Show Sat 24/Sun 25 Oct. 11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm and 4pm. Hammer a rubber nail into a plank and shattera flower. A fascinating show which experiments with gases to find out their properties.

I WATERSTONES BOOK SHOP Pn'nces Square, 221 9650.

Aileen Paterson Sun 25 Oct. 2pm. As part of the Scottish Book Fortnight, the author of the Maisie stories will tell a few tales.


I CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENTAL ARTS 18 Albion Street, Trongate, 552 2822.

lilall Art: ‘Polnts at View' Until Sat 30 Oct. 10am—5pm. From children all over Europe an exhibition of postcard-size paintings and drawings. The theme is nationality.

I COUPER INSTITUTE 86 Clarkston Road. 637 1409.

Ciydeside Model Railway Club Annual Exhibition Sat 24/Sun 25 Oct. 11am—5pm. Trains and rolling stock that zoom round specially constructed miniature landscapes.




Puppetxtutt Sat 24 Oct. 1.15pm. Kids £1.25; adults£l .75. More fun in the studio theatre.

I LANGSIDE HALLS 5 Langside Avenue. 334 2000. All shows at 11am. Kids 50p; adults£1.

Alaglc Boll Sat 24 Oct. As part ofa continuing programme by Action Stations of weekly entertainment. a brand new magic show by Bob.

RunawayTrain 31 Oct. Sing-along fun.

I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street, 887 1010.

Michael Breck’s Magic Show Sat 24 Oct. 2pm. Kids £1 ; adults£1 .50. Illusions, trickery and fun.


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I SHETTLESTON HALLS 150 Wellshot Road, 334 2000. All shows at 11am. Kids 50p; adults £1.

Mr Bones Sat 24 Oct. More Action Factory puppets. loads of audience participation and wacky fun.

Magic Bob 31 Oct. See above.

I THEATRE ROYAL Hope Street. 332 9000. The Witches Tue 3—Sat 7 Nov. 7.30pm and Saturday at 11am, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. £3.50, £5.50, £7. £8.50, £10.50. Classic Roald Dahl adventure about a small boy who discovers a witches convention at the seaside hotel where he is staying with his grandmother. A spectacular production with music, special effects and ghoulish goings-on.


Activities and Fun

I JAMES THIN BOOKSHOP 57 George Street, 225 4495.

Aileen Paterson Sat 24 Oct. 2pm. Storytelling and drawing with the author of the Maisie books. as part of the Scottish Book Fortnight.

I ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN 201nverlcith Row, 552 7171.

Native American Dance Workshop Sat 24 Oct. 11am—lpm. Kids £3; adults £4. Join Red Thunder Cloud. an elder ofthc Catabwa Indian Nation and learn a range of traditional tribal Indian dances and songs.

Herb Walk Sat 24 and Sun 25 Oct. 2pm. Kids£1 .50; adults £2. Which herbs are used in traditional Indian medicine? A fascinating tour round the gardens with Red Thunder Cloud.


I GLENDGLE SWIM CENTRE Glcnogle Road. 667 7211.

European Stamp Exhibition Until 31 Oct. See the brand new European stamp as never before. in the form of a photograph of a synchronised swimming team.

ino profits go to Latin American solidarity campaigns



I BRUNTON THEATRE Mussclburgh, 665 2240.

Mt Boom’s Band Sat 24 Oct. 10.30am and 2.30pm. Kids £2.50; adults £3.50. Climb aboard the Space Ship Imagination with Mr Boom. his robot. Bleep-Moon-Blcep and his faithful lunar dog. Boomdy Bouncer. Dress up as something weird from outer space and bring along a musical instrument to get in a really cosmic mood. I KING'S THEATRE Leven Street.2291201. The Wizard at 02 Until Sun 25 Oct. Tue—Fri 10.30am and 2pm; Sat 10.30pm; Sun 3pm. Kids £4. £3.50 and £3; adults £5. £4.50 and £4. Will Dorothy find her way home.will the Scarecrow ever find any brains and who lives in the Emerald City? Find out in a magical, musical trip up the Yellow Brick Road.

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

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

Family Storysharing Fri 23 Oct. 2.30pm. Stories for all the family.

Piper’s News and Fiddler’s Tales Fri 23 Oct. 7.30pm. Traditional Scottish tales with George MacI’herson and Lindsay Porteous.

Family Storysharing Sat 24 Oct. 2.30pm. Stories at Faith and Love Sun 25 Oct. 3—5pm and 7.30pm. A day of workshops and storysharing.

The Gill of The Story Mon 26 Oct. 7.30pm. More stories from three Scottish storytellers.

Tales of India and Asia Tue 27 Oct. 7 .30pm. Including tales from the Ramayana.

The Gill OI a Story Wed 28 Oct. 7.30pm. Tales and Legends ot the Scottish Borders Thurs 29 Oct. 7.30pm. With the Rowan Tree Company.

The mum of the Circle Fri 30 Oct. 7.30pm. Tales from Scottish storytellers.