L _- _, _ 42 The List 29 January — 11 February 1993
WORLD PREMIERE NEWLY C OMMISSIONED SCOTTISH WORK
LOVE BUT HER
BY LARA JANE BUNTING 22 JANUARY - 6 FEBRUARY ‘SATURDAY MATINEE ON 30 JAN AT 2.30PM‘I
THE BIG PICTURE
BY uz LOCHHEAD 12 - 27 FEBRUARY ‘SATURDAY MATINEE‘
20 FEB AT 2.30PM
MAGIC BOB -
CHILDREN'S MAGICIAN 1030AM & 2.30PM ON SATURDAY 13 FEBRUARY TICKETS £2.50 (FULL), £1.50 (CONCS)
AN EVENING WITH
MONDAY 15 FEBRUARY AT 7.30PM MARVEqus suesournou PACKAGES AVAILABLE ‘AUDIO-DESCRIBED MATINEE
. mam... . A DRUNK
MAN LOOKS AT THE SICKLE
Tom Courtenay in MOSCOW SITUATIONS adapted from Venedikt Yeroteev's cult novel by Stephen Mulrine
Coward as hero, rational as irrational, and how alcohol helps.
From Thurs 11 Feb 8pm PERFORMANCES ON
T N E AT R E Phone for details
Thurs 4 - Sat 6 Feb 7.45pm Flipside Theatre Co. F EMA LE TRANSPORT by Steve Gooch *
Fri 5 & Sat 6 Feb 10.00pm Stu Who? 1 .2.3.4. SKINN ED AND ARMED 9 Studio Theatre
: Sat 6 Feb 1.30pm MR BOOM For children 2-9 years *
Tue 9 Feb 7.45pm Scottish Ballet 2 SCARLATTI,
‘ MACBETH, WILD LIFE 1
Fri 12 & Sat 13 Feb 8.00pm No Mean Co LONE STAR LAUNDRY AND BOURBON by James McL ure
Thurs 18 - Sat 20 Feb 7.45pm Cumberhauld Theatre Co MY B ROTH ER'S
A new comedy thriller by John McKay directed by Liz
9 Carruthers *
Thurs 25 - Sat 27 Feb i 7.45pm Pen Name Theatre Co
i DOCTOR FAUSTUS by Christopher Marlowe
l l ' 0236 732887
This section covers events not included elsewhere in the magazine. All submissions should be accompanied by a contact telephone number tor our information. Open Listings compiled by Thom Dibdin.
I ADAPTION OF WATER INSECTS TO THEIR ENVIRONMENT Sat 30. Ill—11.30am. Kelvingrove Art (iallery and Museum. (MI 357 392‘). Free. Jackie (iillcspic leads a workshop for adults and kids.
I TURN THE TIDE! Sat 30. ll).3(lam. Blytheswood Square. Free. Joint STL'C
and Labour Party organised march against :
the Water Privatisation proposals. Today is the last chance to comment on the Scottish ()ffice's consultation paper. Leave Blytheswood Square at l lam and march to (ieorge Square. where there will be speakers and entertainment.
I WRITING THERAPY Sat (3. 10am—5pm. Lansdowne Church Hall. (ireat Western Road. Kelvinbridge. Contact Alistair Paterson on 041 334 1652. £25 (£15). ()ne-day workshop. with Alistair Paterson. Larry Butler and Ruth Strauss. L'sing words to make contact with your inner self. Includes Poetry for health. .\'o writing experience necessary.
I WRITING THERAPY Wed 10 and weekly. 7.45— lllpm. Lansdowne Church I lall. (ireat Western Road. Kelvinbridge. Contact Alistair Paterson on (I41 334 1652. £3 (£2). A weekly class lasting until April 28. using writing to contact your inner being.
I CENTRAL SCOTLAND WOODLANDS INITIATIVEThurs l l . 7.30pm. Renfield St Stephens Church Centre. 260 Bath Street. Contact S. Barry on (NI 33-1 1050. Free. Friends of the Earth (ilasgoworganised talk by Bruce Davidson of the CSW Countryside Trust.
I HUMAN RIGHTS IN GUATEMALAThurs 11,8pm, St Mary‘s Cathedral. Great Western Road. Free. Amnesty International meeting with Norman Lockhart who has worked and lived in Guatemala and will be speaking about the country‘s human rights record. All welcome.
I DEMOCRACY FOR SCOTLAND 24 hours a day. every day. the Parliament Building. Regent Terrace. Permanent vigil by the non-party political campaign for a referendum on the establishment ofa Scottish Parliament. All welcome.
' - _ WOMEN'S SAFETY - AFTER DARK.
- «1:3' ' I RECLAIM THE NIGHT Fri 2‘). 7pm. topof Middle Meadow Walk. Free. Outright Women are organising this demonstration in support of women's right to walk in
would like to be. involved in public f organisations and community groups ofall
SHE ENTERS THE EEC? Mon l.8pm.The
safety on the streets at night. The march will go along (ieorgc IV Bridge. Princes Street and Lothian Road to the Art College. All women welcome. Bring drums. torches ‘or anything else!‘
I TURN THE TIDE Sat 30. 9am, Waterloo Place. Free. The Trades Council are organising a free bus to the STUC anti-water privatisation march in Glasgow. Phone 556 3006 to book a place. I PUTTING YOUR POINT ACROSS Fri land weekly. 7—‘)pm. Riddle‘s Court. 322 Lawnmarket. Free. but contact Barbara Smith on 2203-156 to book a place. A ten-week course about more confident communication for women who are. or
kinds. No previous knowledge or experience is necessary. but book in
I IS FINLAND FORGING A NEW IDENTITYAS
British Council. 3 Bruntsfield Crescent. Free. Jan Fairley of Radio Scotland's liurili/mut arts programme will be giving this talk sponsored by the Scottish—Finnish Society. I FIGHTING THE RISE OF FASCISM IN SCOTLAND Thurs 4. 7.30pm. The Centre. 103 Broughton Street. Free. Public meeting organised by Anti-Fascist Action. with speakers on fighting fascism. AFA's tactics and the links between loyalists and fascists. I HUNT SABOTEURS Wed 3. 7.3()pm.The Centre. 103 Broughton Street. Edinburgh Hunt Saboteurs monthly meeting. Ifthe thought of blasting living flesh and blood into oblivion for sport makes you angry. or; that watching hounds tear wild animals i apart as they die should remain a part of Roman history. not Saturday entertainment. then this meeting will be a must. I IS CHRISTIAN DOMINION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS? Thurs 4, 7.30pm. Greyfriars Tolbooth and ’ Highland Kirk. Candlemaker Row. Free: donation. Greyfriars Outreach sponsored lecture by the Revd Dr Ruth Page. ' I BENEFIT FOR THE UWC Fri 5.
Street. 5570718. £3.50 (£2.50). Call This A Nation." headline this benefit forThe Centre with support from Wliir/ing Pig
. S.3llpm—lam.'l'heCentre. 1(l3 Broughton i
Dervish. Licensed bar. ; I CHARITY BALL Sat O. 7pm. Balmoral i Hotel. 5.25 from Waverley Care on 22() 4697. Waverley Care. who own and operate Milestone l louse. are combining I with the Edinburgh Student Charities g Appeal to organise this evening which will i include a dinner followed by a choice between Big Band music and a ceilidh. followed by a disco. ‘ I WHY INTRODUCE BIRD SPECIES? Wed
lll. 7.30pm. National Trust for Scotland. 5 l Charlotte Square. £2 donation. A British ' Association of Nature Conservationists organised talk with a speaker from the RSPB.
OUTSIDE THE CITIES
I THE OUEER~LIKE SMELL Daily. 10am—5pm. Ironworks (iallery. Summerlee Heritage Trust. Coatbridge. (T236 43126] . 'l‘ravelling exhibition about the linoleum industry using contemporary and historical photographs.