followed by a discussion. Performed Heading: Ay, Carmela Sun 22 Nov. 2.30pm. £2.50 (£1 .25). Weekend

f ticket £5 (£3). A reading of Jose Sanchis I Sinisterra‘s 1987 play about the Spanish Civil War rounds off this weekend look at


Encounter with HIchael Eberth Sat 28 Nov. 4pm. £2.50 (£1.25). Weekend ticket£5 (£3). The Windows on the World season switches its attention to Germany for the next two weekends, beginning with this

discussion with the Chief Dramaturg of

Berlin’s Deutsches Theatre.

1 Dramaturglcal Workshop and Discussion

Sun 29 Nov. 11.30pm. £2.50(£l .25). Weekend ticket £5 (£3). In Germany, the dramaturg is an established part of the theatre system. In Britain, the Traverse is the only theatre to have a dramaturg. This workshop explains what it‘s all about. Performed Reading Sun 29 Nov. 2.30pm. £2.50(£1 .25). Weekend ticket£5(£3). Recent writing from the German

; repertoire.


54 The List 20 November— 3 December 1992

DANCE mama-

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 belore publication. Dance Listings compiled by Mark Fisher.


I PMSLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street, Paisley, 887 1010. Box Office open Tue-Sun noon—8.30pm. [Access: PPA, L, R. Facilities: WC, W8, H, G, C. Help: A, AA]

Build-Up and Bizarre Sat 21 Nov. 8pm. £4.50 (£2.50). The latest instalment in

Paisley’s enterprising Scotch Hop season

. features The X Factor from Edinburgh.

The performance follows two days of workshops which might themselves produce a new dance piece, otherwise the bill will comprise the previously seen Build- Up and Bizarro.

I ASSEMBLY ROOMS 54 George Street, 220 4348. Ticketline: 220 4349. [Access: ST, R. Facilities: WC, W8, G] Connections with Janlc (Chic) Parker Sat 21, Sat 28 Nov and Sat 5 Dec. £3.50(£2.50). l—3pm. A series of three experimental workshops to develop more articulate , intuitive and vibrant responses in the body. The classes are aimed at a general level and could be of interest to actors, musicians and artists as well as those interested specifically in dance.


' Road, 228 1155. Tickets available from

'. Queen’s Hall and Usher Hall Box Offices Dilshoot Dance Company Fri 20—Sat 21

Nov. 8pm. £4 (£2.50). The

I Edinburgh-based adult dance group

, presents its second full-length show which

draws on jazz, contemporary and

I flamenco styles with rock, folk and

! classical music. Choreographers include

Stephen Hooper and Tracy Hawkes, with

! guest performers the Grindlay Court

Dance Group.


557 2590. [Access: R, L. Facilities: WC,

; WS, G, C ]

i Flgaro's Intrigues and Therese Raguln Fri 27

i Nov.7.30pm.£5.50—£17.50.TheSt

l Petersburg Ballet Theatre makes its

British debut with two productions from

, its acclaimed repertoire. Therese Raquin

is based on Emile Zola‘s brooding classic novel and uses the music of Bach and

l Schnitke. Figaro ’3 Intrigues is an

I adaptation of The Barber of Seville and

I uses the music of Rossini.


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' South Leith Parish Church Music Group in aid of The Scotsman Somalia Fund.


Cabaret is listed by date, then by city. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our

1 Nov.7.30pm.£3.50(£2.50)inclight

l ' Africa and Scotland organised by the I i

commentator John Hegley stars in Screaming Blue Murder with the help or so he claims of mandolin playing, I singing, dancing and tent erecting.

THURSDAY 26 Edinburgh

I In Bed with Jimmy Seville Adam House Theatre, Chambers Street. 9pm. Third Aye Theatre performs a collection of sketches and musical items which is, it claims rather implausibly. hosted by Mr Fix It himself.

3 FRIDAY 27 I Edinburgh

I Theatresports Bedlam Theatre , 2a

olIices at least ten days belore publication. Cabaret Lislinos compiled by Mark Fisher. 3 Forrest Road, 225 9893. 10pm. £1.50(£1). . Weekly improvisational student comedy.

FRIDAY 20 ? I In Bed with Jimmy Saville Adam House

I SOUTH LEITH PARISH CHURCH HALLS 6 Henderson Street, 552 2578. Fundraislng Concert for Somalia Mon 30

buffet. Music and dancing displays from


I Theatre,Chambers Street. 9pm. See n has ddll “may ewman a a e Pavilion, 121

Renfield Street,332 9107. 7.30pm.£8. SATURDAY 28

Unabashed about the sheer awfulness of A

Stab in the Dark, David Baddiel goes back G I

on the road with his Mary Whitehouse Experience crony, Rob Newman, to provide an extra dose of studentish comedy.

Comedy Benefit Night The Comic Club, Blackfriars, 36 Bell Street, Merchant City, 552 5924. 8.30pm. £5 (£3.50). Great line-up tonight, all turning up for Friends of the Earth Scotland’s Green Mask Campaign. Headlining is Perrier runnersup Bruce Morton, with able support from the Three Men Brothers Trio Troupe, Jeremy Herrin and Kenny Harris. Recommended.


I Theatresports Bedlam Theatre, 28 3 off-beat night. Forrest Road,2259893. 10pm. £1.50(£1). ! - Weekly improvisational student comedy. . I n hu '9 h I Fools Paradise Music Box, Victoria


I Street, 225 2564. 8pm. £6 (£3.50). Glasgow

I Another first-rate line-up at Edinburgh's kl ed lot,as e 'al a —cracker ICaieLocoArchesTheatre,Midland w“: ycom ys g m g 8 Street, 2219736. 11pm——3.30am.

' Kenny Harris introduces ex-accountant, . . I Comed Store veteran, Perrier Glasgow’s only theatrical nightclub ' y throws in cabaret, live music and

E Award-winning Arnold Brown, and F ' e 'nstitution Earl Okin. performance theatrics in between the “"8 I records.

, I In Bed with Jimmy Seville Adam House I The Comic Club Blackfriars, 36 Bell

I Cate Loco Arches Theatre, Midland Street,2219736. 11pm—3.30am. See Sat 21.

I The Comic Club Blackfriars, 36 Bell Street, Merchant City, 552 5924. 9pm.

{ £4.50 (£3.50). David Cosgrove is your

; compere, introducing Roger Monkhouse, l The Three Men Brothers Trio Troupe and new comic Bruce Richardson.

I I Fools Paradise Old Athaneum Theatre, 1 179 Buchanan Street, 332 2333. 10.30pm.

I £6 (£3.50). All life is here, asthe

i unpredictable Phil Kay introduces

l Scotland‘s own Godfather of alternative

I comedy, Arnold Brown, and one-man

l brass section, Earl Okin. A varied and

Theatre, Chambers Street. 9pm. See

Street, Merchant City, 552 5924. 9pm. ! Thurs 26‘ “'”‘”'”"C'°“*‘“a“°“°°“‘“d’ '— introduced by David Cosgrove and s U N

starring Alex Frackleton and Miles ' Greenock

Crawford. 1

I Fools Pendiu 01d Amanacum I Rico s Comedy Church Tobago Street,

? 0475 83705. 8.30pm.£2.50(£2).

! Glasgow’s very own juggling trio, Flipside i Gravitational Comedy, return home after i an Australian tour to entertain the good

i people of Greenock with half an hour of comedy, juggling and impromptu craziness. Parrot is your compere and Roger Monkhouse is your stand-up.


I A Dne-lllght Stand Arches Theatre, Midland Street, 221 9736. 10pm—3am. £5 (£3.50). Reccomecco makes its contribution to World AIDS Day with a lively night of entertainment including a prize draw. On the bill are The Snouts,

Theatre, 179 Buchanan Street, 332 2333. 10.30pm. £6 (£3.50). Dead-pan Red Dwarf star Hattie Hayridge slices out her cutting one-liners for your delectation, while Geordie sex~symbol Richard Morton tickles with his comedy songs and topical stand-up. Hairy Phil Kay is your compere.


I Fools Paradise Music Box, Victoria Street, 225 2564. 8pm. £6 (£3.50). New Town man Kenny Harris welcomes Hattie Hayridge and Richard Morton to Edinburgh (see Glasgow listings above).


Paragraph Seven, Phil K, Jim Logan, Greenock Barry Graham and special guests. See I Rico’s Comedy Church Tobago Street, Feature.

0475 83705. 8.30pm. £2.50 (£2). Resident compere Parrot welcomes Miles Crawford and David Cosgrove to Greenock.

DAY 25 Edinburgh

I John Hegley Assembly Rooms 54 George Street, 220 4348. 8.30pm. £5 (£3). Resident poet at The Guardian, cultural

I Triple Bill Assembly Rooms 54 George Street, 220 4348. 8.30pm. £5 (£3). Fine helping of home-grown comedy tonight, featuring the multinational Three Men Brothers Trio Troupe, New Town dweller Kenny Harris and street performers Flipside Gravitational Comedy. Recommended.