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.

Cabaret/ Comedy

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

(£180) mat.

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

Theatre Company.

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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