Un Coeur en liiver at the Clasgovr Film Theatre
latest experimental show. I Sabotage 'l‘ramway. First Start Time 7pm. £7 (£4). See Fri 30.
I Shirley Valentine King's Theatre. 7.30pm.
£~).5()/£7.50/£4 (conc hall'-
price). See Mon 3.
I Sunset Song (‘iiizcns‘ Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). See Fri 30.
I Real Time Arches Theatre. 7pm. £6.50 (£3.50). See Tue 4.
I Macbeth Tron Theatre. 7.30pm. £7.50-<£2.50. See Thurs 2‘).
I Academy ilovv! RSAMD. i0am. Free. A forum exploring Diversity In Britt's/t )WIlSlt'ul Styles with David Drew. Richard Rodney Bennet. James Clark. Pamella Dow. William Sweeney. John Tavener and Judith Weir. I Academy iiovr! RSAMD. lpm. £2 (£l ). First performance of Sally Beamish‘s Magnifier”. along with music by Richard Rodney Bennet and Peter Maxwell Davies.
I Academy Novv! RSAMD. 6pm. Free. Panel: The Festival l)i.s‘ctt.vsimi.v. With Peter lnness. Sally Beamish. Lyell Cresswell. Cluny Strachan and Martin Dixon.
I Academy Now! RSAMD. 7.30pm. £2
Russian i'olk band with
i£l ). The SC() Chamber Ensemble in the ﬁrst
performance of the specially commissioned
, Clarinet Quintet by : Martin Dixon. John 'l‘avener's 'l'lirenas and
The last Sleep ()f'l'ltc Virgin. 'Iia'readlt by James
:‘VlacMillan and the String
Quartet of l‘)‘)() by Judith Weir.
I Tvvo Darn iiot - Julia Dov: and David Miller Ferry Club. Club open from midnight. £l.
I Carol Laula The Ferry. 7pm. £7 (£5). See Wed 5. I Claire Martin The Ferry. l0pm. £7 (£5). The most exciting new-jazz singer to have emerged on the British jazz scene in years. Claire leads her excellent trio of Jonathan Gee (piano). Arnie Somogyi (bass) and Clark Tracey (drums). See preview.
I Julian Clary Pavilion Theatre. 8pm. £10.50 (£9.50). See Wed 5.
I Un Coeur en iiiver (ii-'1‘.
8.30pm. £3.70 (£2.80).
I Seventh Heaven Gi’r. £3.70 (£2.80) eve. £2.80
Q Maytest continues until
Sat 22 May. Full listings next issue out Thurs 6 May.
Mayiest community performances are listed alphabetically. For venue details see Maytest programme or call 041 552 8000.
I The Anatomist Fri 30 Apr Mon l7 May. Burke and Hare investigation by
: lnc Theatre Company.
I Atsimevu Sat I. 2pm. Yoker Neighbourhood Centre. Glasgow's Atro- (‘aledonian drum band gets out its sticks.
I Elias plus Support
Thurs (ia-Sat l5. liclectic l‘unksters with local bands
' in support.
I The Comel Accordian Quartet Tue 4 Wed 5.
f international reputation.
I Musical Chairs Tue 4---Mon 10. Wildcat in a tragi-comedy about a woman linding it hard to
‘ balance her domestic
responsibilities against her
need to earn a living.
I Pinacoladas and Croysants Tue 4—Thurs I3. Sun. sea and sangria with the Carmylites.
I The Provan Spirit Mon 3 —Fri 14. A historical look
‘ at pollution with the Greater Easterhouse
I The Return of Hall a
Cast Tue 4—Mon l7.
\Nritcrs from Naked Video
and .‘v’aked Radio in their own comedy show.
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