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Comedy is listed by date, then by city. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our oitlces at least ten days betore publication. Comedy listings compiled by Mark Fisher.
I Cate loco Arches Theatre. Midland Street. 221 9736. llpm-3.30am. Glasgow‘s popular theatrical nightclub throws in cabaret. live music and performance theatrics between the records.
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I Cate loco Arches Theatre. Midland Street. 221 9736. 11pm—3.30am. See Sat 17.
I A Midsummer ilight’s Scream Comic Club. Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. Merchant City, 552 5924. 9pm. £4.50 (£3.50). A selection of Scotland's finest do their stuff in the Blackfriars atmospheric basement. Kenny Harris will be introducing John Paul Leech. Jeremy Herrin and the Three Men Trio Brothers Troupe.
I Subsection Four Fixx H. Miller Street. 221 2568. 8pm. Outrageous gay cabaret and music outﬁt may or may not feature a cross-dressing nun. jazz vocal distortions and 'in-yer-face’ poetry. Animal antics. ambient rap and general unpredictability.
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This section covers events not included elsewhere in the magazine. All submissions should be accompanied by a contact telephone number tor our lntonnation. Open listings compiled by Thom lilbdln.
I PATRIN. THROUGH POLLOK COUNTRY PARK Sat 17. 1pm. Pollok Country Park. Details from the Countryside Ranger Service. 041 632 9299. Free. The summer birds are singing. some you will recognise. some you may not.
I TURNING TIIE CLOCK BACK Sun 18. 2pm. Snuff Mill Bridge. by Greenock Avenue. Cathcart. Details from the Countryside Ranger Service. 041 632 9299. Free. The lands that now form Linn Park have a rich and varied past. Find about the events that have shaped its history.
I SUMMER WALKADOUTABIT Sun 18. 2pm. Pollok Country Park. Rangers Centre. Details from the Countryside Ranger Service. 041 632 9299. Free. A two-mile guided tour round the Walkaboutabit trail.
I GREENPEACE MEETING Tue 20 and weekly. 7.30pm. The Corn Exchange. Gordon Street. Contact Gordon Reid on 041 337 3121. Free. Volunteers and new members always welcome to these weekly meetings of the Greenpeace Supporters Group. Make friends and save the planet! I SERA Tue 27. 7.30pm. Andrew Melville House. 65 Oakfield Avenue. Hillhead. Contact Thomas Davidson on 041 248 6276. The Socialist Environmental Resources Association are committed to putting environmental issues at the top of the political agenda. If you‘re of like mind. why notjoin them at their monthly meetin ?
I GREEN DIARY The highly recommended monthly Green Diary of environmentally sound events taking place in and around Glasgow is available from CSV Green Action. 236 Clyde Street. Glasgow. GI 41H. Send £4 with your name. address and postcode.
I TEDDY BEARS’ PICNIC Sun 25. 2pm. Maryhill Locks. Forth & Clyde Canal. Free. Time for the annual Teddy Tea Party on the Forth & Clyde with games. music and boat rides.
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I DEMOCRACY FOR SCOTLAND Twenty four hours a day. every day. the Parliament Building. Regent Terrace. Free. Permanent vigil by the non-party political campaign for a referendum on the establishment of a Scottish Parliament. All welcome.
I ANTI-FASCIST ACTION Sat 17. 2pm. Unemployed Workers Centre. 103 Broughton Street. 031 557 0718. Free. Public meeting of this Lothian anti-racist group. with an anti-fascist speaker from Germany.
I BENEATII TIIE BARK Mon 19. 1.30—4pm. Royal Botanic Gardens. 20a lnverleith Row. £4. Advance booking essential on 031 552 7171. Adults onlv afternoon at the Botanics (Families: Tue 20; Kids only: Wed 21. both 10.30am—1.30pm). Take a look at the BIG plants and see how sculptures can be made from wood in the ‘Botanic Ash‘ exhibition with Tim Stead.
I EDINBURGH CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE CHILD SUPPORT ACT Tue 20. 10.30am. Scottish Council ofSingle Parents. 13 Gayﬁeld Square. Free.
I TIMEX SUPPORT GROUP Tue 20 and weekly. 7.30pm. Unemployed Workers Centre. 103 Broughton Street. 031 557 0718. Free. Support the sacked workers. I GREENPEACE MEETING Wed 21 and weekly. 7.30pm. Bannerman‘s Bar. Cowgate. Free. Volunteers and new members always welcome to these weekly meetings of the Greenpeace Supporters Group. Make friends and save the planet! I GAELIC CONVERSATION Thurs 22 and weekly. 7.30—9.30pm. The Clubrooms. 16 North St Andrew Square. 50p (includes tea and biscuits). Contact Rob McEwan on 031 333 3448. A chance for Gaelic speakers of all levels to have a chat in that tongue.
I GIANTS AND DWARFS Mon 26. 1.30—4pm. Royal Botanic Gardens. 20a lnverleith Row. £4. Advance booking essential on 031 552 7171. Adults only afternoon at the Botanics (Families: Tue 27; Kids only: Wed 28. both 10.30am—1.30pm). Discover the variety of size in nature. from the largest cone to the smallest seed. Taking inspiration from the current Beatrix Potter exhibition. try your own microscope drawings.
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