I Drama Centre at the llamshorn 98 Ingram Street, 552 3489.

I The Ferry Clyde Place. 429 1625.


Tickets for the majority of Mayfest events can be purchased from the Ticket

Centre. Candleriggs. 041 I may" Flluy Theatre 227 5511. Personal 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. booking Mon—Sat I Glasgow Hoyal Concert 10am-6pm; telephone Hall 2 Sauchiehall Street, booking 9am-9pm. 332 6633.

I King‘s Theatre Bath

Street, 227 5511. [EME- - were" mm 7

I Arch” mm 30 Granville Street, 227 Midland Street, 221 9736. 551 1-

. Com. m I Pavilion Theatre 121 Contemporary Arts 350 Renfield Street, 332 1846. Sauchiehall Street, 332 l “SAM” 100 Renfrew 0522. Street, 332 5057.

I Tranway 25 Albert Drive. 423 1333.

I Citizens’ Theatre 119 Gorbals Street. 429 0022.

I City Hall Candleriggs, I Tm" Theatre 63 227 551 1, Trongate. 552 4267. 7 (£4). Multi-media, weird and wonderful exploration Theatre of the human body. as the NVA Organisation lpggmgdxx (previously Test Dept

Productions) brings together an international band of artists for a promenade performance like no other. Performances start at twenty-minute intervals. See review in Theatre

Theatre. lpm. Free. Radio 4 present the popular long-running series offering the poet and playwright the chance to select some of her favourite poetry. prose and drama. read by

. t' . Siobhan Redmond and 22:33" vauntan Peter KCHY- K' '. The t e. 7.30 m. I Partlclt Thistle rc "‘g 9 a r p

£9.50/£7.50/£4 (Conc half-price). Elaine C. Smith shifts Willy Russell's monologue from Liverpool to Glasgow as she plays the put~upon housewife who dares to fulfil her dreams.

I Sunset Song Citizens‘ Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£2). TAG‘s excellent adaptation of Lewis

Arches Theatre. 9pm. £5.50 (£3). Herald rock- rnan David Belcher reveals his liking for the underdog in a cult alternative to the The Celtir‘ Story. See review in Theatre section.

I The Marowitz Hamlet Citizens‘ Circle Studio. 9.45pm. £6 (£2). Freeform Shakespea,” reworking by Grassic Gibbon‘s novel 60$ maVchk direcmr 1 was rather overshadowed Charles Marowrtz and l by a higher_profile revived here by Malcolm Communicado Show on Sutherland. See review in its first airing so "is good Theatre Seem)” to see it back.‘ The

. o” no” C‘l'zens company will present all Stalls Studio..7.30pm. £6 of the Sam. Qua”. trilogy (£2)' Gemini“)? gap in this year’s Edinburgh drama by Hernnch Henkel Festival.

about an old woman and I "cal “no Arches

the young man who paints Theatre. 7pm. £6.50

her house' [.)‘remed by (£3.50). Atmospheric and Robert Davrd MacDonald. passionate drama

See review in Theatre performed by meNa‘ an

section. - uncommonly beautiful I summon ° ' CCA' l company from Tel-Aviv. i

7309'” {55 (£25m I Macbeth Tron Theatre. 01358” SW“ . 7.30pm. use—£2.50. lain Clan‘Jamfne goes '" Glen heads an impressive Search Of the perk“ Shoe Scottish cast directed by m an expenmemal Michael Boyd in ajoint Pe’.‘9”“a"?e Show venture between the Tron, wamng‘ W'Shmg and Dundee Rep and Mayfest.

waking up. . .

I Emanuelle Enchanted Ejffi'gg'ew ‘“ “We CCA. 9pm. £5 (£2.50). ' '

War and television come

together in the latest ClaSSIcal experimental show by I Academy low!

Sheffield's Forced Entertainment.

I Sabotage Tramway. First Stan Time 7pm. £7

Guinness Room,

- RSAMD. lOam—noon. Free. A Forum on

I Composers and Education

with main speakers lan Ritchie, Gillian Moore. Judith Weir and James MacMillan. Chaired by Rita McAllister.

I Academy Howl Stevenson Hall, RSAMD. lpm. £2 (£1). Paragon Ensemble and Voices Of Academy Now! perform Cluny Strachan's Is It Me Or The Basilica in its first performance. The Pumpkin Massacre by Lyell Cresswell and Thomas Wilson's Missa pro mundo conturhato.

I Academy How! Guinness Room, RSAMD. 6pm. Free. Last forum in this two-day festival of contemporary music looks at Scotland's Music Now with James MacMillan in the chair and composers Thomas Wilson and William Sweeney.

I Academy How! Stevenson Hall, RSAMD. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). Works by William Sweeney, Richard Rodney Bennet. James MacMillan and two special commissions from Peter lnnes and Lyell Cresswell performed by the Academy Now! Ensemble conducted by David Davies.

I Victoria Ce los Angeles and Hicolai Cedda with Geoffrey Parsons Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 7.30pm. £12 (£7). £11 (£6). £10 (£5.50), £6 (£3). Two of the world's greatest singers get together with accompanist Geoffrey Parsons in an evening of ravishing vocal delights by Tchaikovsky, Schumann. Granados and Fauré.


I Hoe 8r Cry The Ferry. 10pm. £11 (£10). Hot on the heels of their retrospective compilation, the brothers Kane return to the venue where they recorded their intimate piano-and-vocal album, The Bitter Suite.

I Varttlna The Ferry. 7pm. £7 (£5). Finns having fun. Star band of women harmony singers and dancers deconstruct the national music.

I Boys of the loegh Pavilion Theatre. 8pm. £8 (£5). £7 (£4). Fiddler Aly Bain and flautist Cathal McConnell front the famous folkie five piece.


I Amazing Grace OFT. 4pm. £2.80 (£1.80). An award-winning lsraeli feature telling of a boy on the rebound who falls in love with a visitor to Tel Aviv. Part of the Seventh

Lesbian and Gay Film Festival on tour.

I lln Coeur En Hiver GFT. 6pm. 8.30pm. £3.70 (£2.80). Sharply observed French love triangle by Claude Sautet. set in a musical environment and bringing together Daniel Auteuil and Emmanuelle Béart. the stars of Manon des Sources.

I leolo OFT. 6.15pm. £3.70 (£2.80). Bizarre French Canadian movie that probes the darkly comic and disturbing fantasies of a young boy who believes he is the offspring of a tomato carrying the sperm of a Sicilian peasant. See Screen Test.

I Tales From The Cities OFT. 8.45pm. £3.70 (£2.80). Four short tales selected from the Seventh Lesbian and Gay Film Festival on tour.



I Partick Thistle F0 Arches Theatre. 9pm. £5.50 (£3). See Fri 7.

I The Marowltz Hamlet Citizens’ Circle Studio. 7.30pm. £6 (£2). See Fri


I Did Hose Citizens’ Stalls Studio. 7.30pm. £6 (£2). See Fri 7.

I Somewhere . . . CCA. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Fri 7.

I Emanuelle Enchanted CCA. 9pm. £5 (£2.50). See Fri 7.

I Shirley Valentine King's Theatre. 7.30pm. £9.50/£7.50/£4. See Fri 7. I Sunset Song Citizens' Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£2). See Fri 7.

I Real Time Arches Theatre. 7pm. £6.50 (£3.50). See Fri 7.

I Macbeth Tron Theatre. 2.30pm and 7.30pm. £7.50—£2.50. See Fri 7.


I George Banks-Martha, Lesley Margaret lanyon Cook and Rafael Bolas in Concert Stevenson Hall. RSAMD. 7.45pm. £7 (£4). A recital of arias by Puccini, Mozart and Rodolfo Halfter.

I John Harley and loelse Hetlrowslrl Ferry Club. Club Open from midnight. £1. Charismatic singer/guitarist with the ill-fated band Frontier, John Harley follows up support slots with The indigo Girls and Duran Duran. Plus atmospheric music from acclaimed singer Louise Rutkowski, former member of Sunset

Gun and This Mortal Coil. She has an LP out in the summer under the name The Kindness Of Strangers.

I loudon Wainwright III The Ferry. 7pm. £11 (£10). “The new Bob Dylan'. as was. has had twenty years to refine his act to perfection though it has to be said. there wasn't much wrong with it in the first place. Always engaging. sometimes immaculate songs. with a wry shrug to them.

I H. Cajun and The Zydeco Brothers The Ferry. 10pm. £7 (£5). Original brit Cajan band hollerin' and squeezin' and sawin‘ through their Louisiana licks.

I take Daniels and Frank Kllkelly The Ferry. 2pm. £3 (Children Under 12 Free). Exuberant and youthful accordion feats of post-traditional music. I Maytest Ceilidh City Hall. 8pm. £5.50 (£3). With St Roch's lrish Ceilidh Band.

I Steve Harley Pavilion Theatre. 8pm. £8 (£5). £7 (£4). After an eleven-year gap. one of the most missed names of the 70s releases a new album. Yes You Can. the title saying it all (ie yes you can keep Rod Stewart in the studio till 4am and still not

; bother using his vocal

' tracks on it. yes you can ; turn down the lead role in

Phantom Of The Opera . . .). Will he treat the Pavilion to one of his special two-and-a-half-

hours-plus-five-encores shows?

I No Women oi Song Guinness Room. RSAMD. 8pm. £5.50 (£3). Morag Macleod and Kenna and Seamus Campbell present a celebration of the works ofGaelic poet Mary Macleod. who lived in the l6th century. and folk singer Francis Tolmie (1840—1926).


I Un Coeur En Hiver GFr. 6pm. 8.30pm. £3.70 (£2.80). See Fri 7.

I Leolo GFT. 6.15pm. £3.70 (£2.80). See Fri 7. I Seventh Heaven GFT.

i 8.45pm. £3.70 (£2.80).

See Fri 7.



. I Partick Thistle FC Arches Theatre. 9pm.

£5.50 (£3). See Fri 7.

i I The Marowitz Hamlet

1 Citizens’ Circle Studio.

1 7.30pm. £6 (£2). See Fri


i I Old Hose Citizens‘

I Stalls Studio. 7.30pm. £6

,‘(£2). See Fri 7.

l I Sunset Song Citizens‘

l Theatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£2).

i See Fri 7.

, I Real Time Arches

; Theatre. 7pm. £6.50

(£3.50). See Fri 7.

I Macbeth Tron Theatre.

g 7.30pm. £7.50—£2.50. See

; Fri 7.

. I How To Act Better

GFT. 8.30pm. £7 (£4). A special live performance

in association with the

Kelsey Michael and Richard Hawley bring a special lift to

their performance in huoemlac Prorhrction's performance at l’Asceneore, [Irma Centre at the Hamstrorn,


24 The List 7—20 May 1993