gender, sexuality and politics. in a show that makes you laugh as you‘re being kicked in the teeth. See preview.
This section lists shows that are touring the Central Belt. There is a phone numberlor each company should you require more intorrnallon. Unless otherwise specllled. the number after each venue listed lsthe telephone number for ticket enquiries lor that particular evening (please note, this is not always the venue number).
I A Clockwork Orange A newly-adapted version of Anthony Burgess‘s chilling tale of youth violence put together after an extensive research and rehearsal period by TAG. Tony Graham directs and Andy Howitt choreographs. while Alasdair Gray contributes paintings to Richard Foxton‘s set. Particularly strong on movement. More details on 041 429 2877. MacRobertArts Centre, Stirling. Until Sat 7Nov. 0786 61081.
I The End oi the Beglnning Winged Horse in three one-act plays by Sean O‘Casey —A Pound On Demand. Bedtime Story. and The End ofthe Beginning — revealing his tragi-comic approach to love. sexual repression and inﬁdelity. See review. Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh Until Fri 6 Nov. 031 225 7942.
Borderline Theatre. A yr Mon 9 Nov. 0292 264639.
Dance performances and classes are listed by city, than alphabetically by venue. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication. Dance Listings compiled by Mark Fisher.
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f IARCHES mums Midland Street. 221 9736. [Access: L. Facilities: WC. W5. C. G. Help: A, AA]
, The Stamping Ground Tue Ill—Wed 11 Nov.
f 8pm. £5 (£3). The series ofplatforms for young Scottish performers continues with
‘ Sides Dance, a duet by Angus Balbernie
‘ and Adele Levi. and Upfield by Christian
f I MARYHILL COMMUNITY EDUCATION
CENTRE Avenue Park Street. Maryhill.
2, Booking on 9461605.
? Dance and Rhythm of North East Brazil
I Workshop Sat 14—Sun 15 Nov. 10am—4pm.
to join in this two-day workshop with
j Rosangela Soledade and Sam Alexander.
‘ two members of Recife‘s leading Maracatu group. N acao Pernambuco.
Whitehall Community Centre. Hamilton't‘I . TMMWAY 25 Albert Drive. 227 5511.
Wed 18 Nov. . Arts Centre. Dundee Thurs 19 Nov. 0382 201035.
I The House that Jack Bought The latest Anderson-MacLennan Wildcat musical is about a media personality who shuts himself off from the world to live in high-security luxury. Things start to
1 Us». r". pP‘A.R.Facilities:WC.WS. ' H.G.C].
£10 (£7). Advance booking recommended
Beyond). See below .
Anatomy Fri 6—Sat 7 Nov. 8pm. £4 (£2). See Glasgow Mon 9.
Modern Living Sat 7 Nov. 9pm. £8 (£6). A major collaboration rounds offthc Festival of European Dance as choreographer and dancer Jonathon Lunn teams up with saxophonist Andy Sheppard. percussionist Nana Vasconcelos. The high-pedigree dancers are Lauren Potter. Jordi Cortes Molina and Kerry Woodward. Don‘t miss.
I STOCKBRIDGE HOUSE Cheyne Street. Vestris Thurs l2 Nov. 8.30pm. £2. Introducing Jonathan Burnett‘s mime and dance-theatre ensemble in a workshop presentation of pieces by Sheila Gough. Peter Baynes. Charlotte Devereux and Lomont Anderson. Music byJohn McCleod. Martin Lennon. Andrew Blackhall and CASSIEL. Burnett. an ex-member ofthe Linday Kemp Company. also performs his Claymore sword dance. ()n the Cutting Edge. and the premiere of Prelude and Fugue based on themes from the poetry of Robert Louis Stevenson.
Cabaret is listed by date, then by city. Shows . will be listed, provided that details reach our
offices at least ten days before publication. gabaretListingsgompilgd by‘hjgrltflsher.
I John Hegley Arches Theatre. Midland Street. 221 9736. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). Resident poet at The Guardian. cultural commentator John Hegley stars in Screaming Blue Murder with the help — or
I so he claims — of mandolin playing. singing. dancing and tent erecting. More 1 off-beat comedy tomorrow night.
I I John Hegley Arches Theatre. Midland Street. 221 9736. See Thurs 12.
§ I Theatresports Bedlam Theatre. 2a Forrest Road.225 9893. 10pm. £1.50(£1).
Weekly improvisational student comedy.
SATURDAY 14 Glasgow
I Cate Loco Arches Theatre. Midland Street. 221 9736. 11pm-3.30am. See Sat 7. I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. Merchant City. 552 5924. 9pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Tonight‘s helping of basement comedy comes courtesy of Anvil Springsteen. Phil Jupitus and Dolly Dupree.
i I Fools Paradise Old Athaneum Theatre,
179 Buchanan Street. 332 2333. 10.30pm. £6 (£3.50). No doubt the Neighbours fans will be out in force to see Mark Little. aka Joe Mangel. but you should expect something considerably more challenging, anarchic and funny from this Fringe favourite who is making a major name for himselfon the stand-up circuit.
- . . l I I ‘ \' i 7' i . change when mystery Visrtors arrive. It‘s If, IngétmsPoniﬁLdldm 1 mam“ hd ‘ I n b“ rg h pleasant. unpretentious and has its heart .5} QTEHIBOM' 7b.: 989%. “mm. H '50 (£1 )' 1; 1 cc y improv tsational student comedy. . Fools paradise Music BOX. Victoria
in the right place. More details on ()41 951 1444
East Kilbride. Village Theatre Fri 6—Sat 7 Nov. 03552 548669.
Converted Fri 6—Sat 7 Nov. 8pm. £7.50—£1() (£5.50—£7.50). See Dance. Ranked among the world‘s major contemporary dance choreographers, Trisha Brown returns to
established work. Complex composition offset by a fluid and natural style of performance.
Trisha Brown Company: Foray Foret; Astral Convertible; For MC: The Movie Sat 7 Nov.
2.30pm. £7.50—£10(£5.50—£7.50). See
Trisha Brown Company: Dpal Loop and Astral l
Scotland with two programmes of new and ;
I Cate Loco Arches Theatre. Midland Street. 221 9736. 11pm—3.30am. Glasgow‘s only theatrical nightclub throws in cabaret. live music and performance theatrics in between the records.
I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. Merchant City. 552 5924. 9pm.
'j £4.50(£3.50).CIose-quarterscomedy at
Street. 225 2564. 8pm. £6 (£3.50). Deadpan Irish wit Michael Redmond is the latest in an unaccountany long line of stand-ups to up sticks and move to Edinburgh. Still. who’s to complain ifit means we can see more of his pleasantly
off-killer world-view. Joining him tonight i is Kevin Seisay. a musical Mancunian
f I Rico‘s Comedy Church Tobago Street. | 0475 83705. 8.30pm. £2.50 (£2). Local boy (
Glasgow‘s longest-running stand-up
' Video Programme um” sat 7 Nm' haunt. featuring the Big Fun Club. Tony
‘ 11am—8pm. Free. Recordings of work by
I The Lament lor Arthur Cleary l Iaving
opened as part of The 'I‘ron‘s month-long
city-wide Festival of New Irish Theatre. . 7:84 rclaunches itself under a new Artistic Director with this production of a play by
Dublin poet Dermot Bolger. Tellingthe
' tale of an economic exile who returns to his native Ireland to find it a lessthan
savoury place . the play won a Fringe First in its original production in 1989 and is
. directed here with much success by Iain
: Cumbernauld Theatre. (.‘umbernauld Until Fri 6 Nov. 7.45pm. 0236 732887.
Paisley A rLs Centre Sat 7 Nov. 8pm. Dundee, Bonar Hal/Tue 10Nov. 7.30pm.
East Kilbride Village Theatre Wed 1 1 Nov.
Drumchapel, Mercat Theatre Thurs 12—Fri 13 Nov. 7.30pm.
Maryhill Central Community Hall Sat 14 Nov. 7.30pm.
Pearce Institute. Govan Tue 17 Nov. 7.30pm.
(Iorbals Unemployed and Community Resource Centre Wed 18 Nov. 7.30pm.
( ‘astlemilk. Birgidale Complex Thurs 19 Nov. 7.30pm.
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the Wooster Group and the Trisha Brown Company.
Anatomy Mon 9 Nov. 8pm. £3 (£2). A piece specially commissioned for Edinburgh's Dance Web festival with the helpof development money from Tramway. Anatomy is choreographed by Marisa
Zanotti (Cholmondeleys. Laurie Booth)
and features dancers Arlette George and Liz Lauren. The design is by sculptorClive Mitchell and the performance aims to be sensual. dynamic and dreamlike. In Black and While Tue 17—Wed 18 Nov. 8pm. A physical duel between Dave Levett. a composer whose cerebral palsy means he has to compose his music on a computer keyboard using his nose. and
Mike Pearson. a musician and founder-member of Welsh theatre innovators Brith Gof. While the piece is not about disability. it_s often dangerous interaction between two bodies inevitably raises questions about what constitutes
I ASSEMBLY ROOMS 54 George Street.
information: 2204348. Ticketline: 220
l 4349. [Access: ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. . 61
Festival ol European Dance Until Sat 7 Nov. Nine companies. eleven performances. under the heading [)anee Web (We Edge
Mendossa and compete Mike Milligan.
I Fools Paradise ()ld Athanacum Theatre. 179 Buchanan Street. 332 2333. 10.30pm. £6 (£3.50). The excellent Perrier Award-winningJeremy Ilardy istonight's star attraction at the phenomenally popular Fools Paradise and he's ably supported by (ilasgow's own triplicate triumviratefl'he Three Men Brothers 'I‘rio'l‘roupe. Book early.
I Fools Paradise Music Box. Victoria Street. 225 2564. 8pm. £6(£3.50). Apologies for getting the date wrong last issue ~ Fools I’aradise's regular new Iidinburgh slot is definitely on a Saturday. In any case. this evening's star. Jeremy
I Iardy. would have been worth waiting overnight for — a comedian with the ability to be endearing. politically vicious and hilarious all at the same time. See preview.
SUNDAY 8 Greenock
I Rico‘s Comedy Church Tobago Street. 0475 83705. 8.30pm. £2.50 (£2). (ireenock's popular Sunday stand-up showcase is tonight hosted by the Big Fun Club with mirth-makers Anvil Springsteen and Tony Mendossa turning in a set each.
Parrot will be fast-talking his way through
another evening of joke competitions and open spots with star turns from Phil Jupitus and Billy Dupree.
- TUESDAY 17
I Bill Hicks Pavilion Theatre. Renfield
Street. 332 9107. 7.30pm. £6.50—£7.50. Fast-talking hard-edged US comic with a
strong political bite returns to Scotland
after huge success on the Edinburgh Fringe. Don't miss. See preview.
I Bill Hicks Queen‘s Ilall. Clerk Street. 6683456. 7.30pm. £7.50. See Tue 17.
I Newman and Baddiel Pavilion. 121 Renfield Street. 332 9107. 7.30pm. £8.
5 Unabashed about the sheer awfulness ofA Stab in the Dark. David Baddiel goes back
on the road with his Mary Whitehouse Experience crony. Rob Newman, to provide an extra dose ofsmug studentish comedy. More tomorrow night. See preview.