This section covers events not included elsewhere in the magazine. All submissions should be accompanied by a contact telephone number for our information. ()pen Listings cotnpiled by Thom Dibdin.

I FATALA Sat 27/Sun 28. 10am—4pm. Maryhill Community Education Centre. Avenuepark Street. £10 (£7.50). Phone 041 946 1605 for details. liatala. the leading percussion and datice ensemble frotn Guinea give two workshops on their traditional music styles. Instruments include the Doum-l)oum and Djemba drums. the Kora and the Balaton. [iitalat will be appearing at Speakers Corner. See Folk and World listings for details.

I BARK BUDS AND TURNER SKIES Sttn 28. 10.30am. ()utside Transport Museum. next to the car park. l-‘rec. Doug Hawkes of the Mid Clyde River Valley Project describes how trees prepare for summer. and demonstrates how to recognise them without their leaves.

I GAMELAN WORKSHOP Sun 28 attd weekly. 4pm. Strathclyde Arts Centre. Washington Street. Free. The Gatnelatt is an Indonesian percussion orchestra

comprising a series of tuned

metallophones and gongs. Strathclyde Regional Council have one. and if you'd like a go. then this group meet every

I Wednesday and Sunday when tuition is provided by Jo Hoskin. No previous

musical experience necessary.


Paranormal Phenomena Come From?

Thurs 4. 7.30pm. Boyd ()rr Building. University of Glasgow. £2. 041 772 4588.

The Scottish Society for Psy'chical Research will be addressed by their

president. Prof .Archie E. Roy. All are welcome. I INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S WEEK EVENTS ["ri 5~Sat 13. There are so many events happening around Strathclyde that there is no room to list them all here! The Strathclyde Women’s unit has produced _ an eight-page programme of events. which is available free. Contact them on 041 227 2856.

I ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION Sat 6. City Chambers. 10am—1pm. Tickets £5 from the S'I'L'C on 041 .332 4946. Speakers including Isabel Lindsay. Eleanor Taylor and Ronnie MacDonald discuss the position of women in Scotland today to % mark International Women’s Day.

I OOHTE EISSEELDT Sat 6. 4pm. Street

Level Gallery. High Street. 041 552 2151. Free. Dorte Eissfeldt will talk about her films. which will be screened. lntemational Women's Day event.

I DORE O Sun 7. 4pm. Street Level Gallery. High Street. 041 552 2151. Free. Screening of Dore 0‘s film work. Intcmational Women‘s Day event.

I WOMEN RISE DP. . . RESIST TRIDENT! Sun 7/Mon 8. Faslane Peace Camp. Helensburgh. 0436 820901. Celebration and preparation on Sunday. followed by direct action frotn 7am on Monday. Bring a sleeping bag. smiles. materials and instruments.

I A WOMEN’S WORLD Wed 10. 3 6pm. Lord Todd. Strathclyde University Campus. Free. International Women's Day poetry reading frotn Kukumo Rocks and debate. All women welcome. ["ree


i I HARPIES AND oumes mm Thurs l l.

7pm—Iate. 13th Note. Glassford Street. Women only. Tickets £4 (£2) from 041 353 1550. International Women's week celebration with cabaret and music. Performers include Josefina. Cupido and Sileas. Expect a lively night!

I AN AGENDA FOR PEACE Sat 27. 10am—5pm. Royal Pharmaceutical Society Halls. York Place. Tickets £5.50 from 031 539 l 134. The Edinburgh Peace [‘estival kicks off with this prestigious conference to discuss the report to the L'nited Nations' Security Councils on preventative diplomacy and other issues. Copies of the report will be available. This is a unique chance for people in Scotland to voice their opinions on the ITN's future I UNDERSTANDING SOMALIA Wed 3. 9.30am--5pm. David Hume Tower. George Square. Tickets £10 t£5/£2) from 031 667 5522. Peace Festival seminar. with

speakers from Somalia. who will be

concentrating on how aid organisations _ can best assist the country. and the role of 1 women in the peace process. I THE SCOTTISH COLDURISTS Wed 3. 7--- 8pm. Central Library Conference 1 Room. George [V Bridge. liree. l I LOTHIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION FORUM Thurs 4. 6.45pm—8.3()pm. EilmhoUse Back Hall. I.otltiatt Road. i Contact Jen Harvey 031 229 9637. Free. t A chance for the public to question LEAF l representatives. with a particular accent on cycling. I VISUAL PROTEST Fri 5. noon <12.30pm. 5 Regent Terrace. International Women's 1 Day demonstration at Old St Andrews 3 House around the issue of Women‘s i Suffrage. All Sttffragette colours t welcome? 1 I INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY FAIR Sal 6/Sun 7. City Chambers. High Street. g Eree. Creche. Poetry readings. a l discussion on dealing with the tear of rape and health care issues are among the many 1 events on the progratntnc for Saturday ( [0am—5pm). On Sunday from noon 4pm there will be fashion shows and cultural ' celebrations. Eull programme from the Women's llnit on 031 529 4312. I YO-MAMA Sat 6. 8pm. Queen‘s Hall. £4.50 (£3). A celebration of International Women's Day. See Rock listings for details. I CONTRACEPTION THEN AND NOW Mon 8. 9.30am 3.30pm. Quaker Meeting House. Victoria Terrace. Contact 031 469 3465. Women only. liree. Creche. International Women’s Day conference marking the 25th aniversary of the Brook Advisory Centre and the European Year of the Elderly. I THREE TWENTIETH CENTURY SCOTTISH WOMEN ARTISTS Wed 10 7 - 8pm. Central Library Conference Room. George IV Bridge. [’ree. 48 tickets from the Central Library 15 tninutes before the event. Illustrated talk by Euttice Wright.




Events are listed alphabetically by sport. then by day. Sport Listings compiled by Tom Leppin.


; Saturday 27


I Dundee Utd V Dundee ’l‘annadicc Park. 'I‘annadice Street. Dundee. 3pm. Tayside derbies used to be fairly one-sided affairs. but the influence of Simon Stainrod has rejuvenated the Dem Parkers and they should provide .lim .\lcl.ean's band of sadly underpaid and ov er-disciplined youngsters and foreigners with a stern test.

I Falkirk V Celtic Brockv illc. ["alkirk. 3pm. A repeat of the recent cup-tie. with Celtic looking for revenge and a couple of

points to relaunch their hunt fora : European qualifying place. I V AITDTIB Easter Road Stadium.

Albion Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Motherwell v St Johnstone [in Park. Motherwell. 3pm.

I Rangers v Hearts lbrox Stadium. Glasgow. 3pm.


I Clydebank v Stirling Albion Kilbow ie Park. Clydebank. 3pm.

4 Cowdenbeath v Raith Rovers Central Park. Cowdenlwath. 3pm.

I Dumbarton v Ayr United Bogheitd. I)umbarton. 3pm.

I Duntermline v Meadovvbanlt East End Park. Dunfertttlinc. 3pm.

I Kilmarnock v St Mirren Rugby Park. Kilmarnock. 3pm.

I Morton V Hamilton Capptelow Park. Greenock. 3pm.


I Albion Rovers v Stranraer Cliftonhill. Coatbridge. 3pm.

I East Stirling v Alloa l-‘trs Park. t-‘it-s Street. Ealkirk. 3pm.

I Queen’s Park v Arbroath tlumptien

Park. Glasgow. 3pm.

Saturday 6


I Hearts V Falkirk 'I'ynecastle. Edinburgh. 3pm. Hearts should prevail on League form. although lialkirk showed against Celtic in the previous round that they can raise their game on the big occasion.

I Hibernian v St Johnstone tittster Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.


I Airdrie v Dundee United BroolttliCld. l Airdrie. 3pm. Airdrie's recent stirring

I display against Rangers might spark a decent run for them and L'nited. in search of European place points. won't relish a visit to Brooml'teld.

I Dundee v Motherwell Dens Park.

Sandetnan Street. Dundee. 3pm.


.‘ I Ayr v Dowdenbeath Sottters‘el Park.

Somerset Road. Ayr. 3pm.

; I Hamilton v Dumbarton Douglas Park.

! Hamilton. 3pm.

': I Meadowbank Thistle v Clydebank

é Meadowbank Stadium. London Road.

l Edinburgh. 3pm.

; I Raith Rovers v Morton Stztrk‘s Park.

Pratt Street. Kirkcaldy. 3pm.

i I Stirling Albion v Kilmarnock Anni‘tettt. Stirling. 3pm.

I St Mirren v Duntermline I.ove Street.

Paisley. 3pm.

Tuesday 9


I Airdrie v Partick Thistle Broomlield. Airdrie. 7.30pm.

I Dundee Utd v Motherwell 'I'annadicc Park. 'I‘annadice Street. Dundee. 7.30pm. I HIDS V Aberdeen Easter Road Stadium. Albion Road. Edinburgh. 7.30pm.


I Clydebank v Cowdenbeath Kilbowie Park. Clydebank. 7.30pm.

I Kilmarnock v Morton Rugby' Park. Kilmarnock. 7.30pm.

I Stirling Albion v Dumbarton Annt‘teld. Stirling. 7.30pm.


I Clyde V Arbroath Douglas Park. Hamilton. 7.30pm.

Wednesday 10

PREMIER LEAGUE I Celtic v Hearts Celtic Park. Gallowgate. Glasgow. 7.30pm. I Falkirk v Dundee Brockv illc. l‘alkirk. 7.30pm.


I Dunlermline v Ayr United l-Zttst 1-an Park. Dunfermline. 7.30pm.

I Meadowbank Thistle v Hamilton .‘vleadow batik Stadium. London Road. Edinburgh. 7.30pm.

I St Mirren v Raith Rovers Love Street. Paisley. 7.30pm. I

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Saturday 27

I Edinburgh Musselburgh Racecourse. l Musselburgh. Club £10. paddock £6. First i race 2.05pm. A chilly National Hunt 1 ‘1 meeting at the windswept track stuck out i I in the wilderness of Musselburgh.

[JEE_E Saturday 27

McEWAN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 1 I Edinburgh Academicals v Selkirk Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 3pm. Academicals are still in with a very slim chance of the title and will ttecd a convincing victory here to stay in the hunt. I Watsonians v Jed-Forest M y resttte. Myreside Road. Edinburgh. 3pm. McEWAN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 2 I Clarkston v Stewarts Melville FP Braidholm. Braidholm Road. (iiffnock. 3pm. I Edinburgh Wanderers v Wigtownshire .‘vlurrayfield. Corstorphtne. Edinburgh. 3pm. I Glasgow Academicals v Ayr New Anniesland. [lelettsburgh Drive. Glasgow. 3pm. I Musselburgh v Kirkcaldy Stoncy htll. Stoney hill ["artn Road. Musselburgh. 3pm. An itttproved .‘ylusselburgh side are still very much iii the hunt for a promotion place and victory here w ill be perfect preparation for their crucial final match {against Stewarts Melville on Match 13

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