8pm. £7 (£3.50). Glasgow‘s Theatre
’ Theatrical rounds off an international tour. E
5 during which it has played to great i acclaim on the festival circuit, with a
ARTS CENTRE 041887 1010
The Soldier’s Tale Wed l3-Sun 17 Oct.
8th THE COLOUR WHEEL
9th VISIBLE FICT IONS TERRY NEASON
15th BRUCE MORTON
7:84 THEATRE COMPANY
18th & I9Lh FABLEVISION
19th MR BOOM
20th OILY CART
22nd NORTHERN BLACK LIGHT TAKE TWO
PRODUCTIONS LEISURE SERVICES DEPT RENFREW DISTRICT COUNCIL NEW STREET, PAISLEY PAl lEZ
lively interpretation of Stravinsky's Faustian piece of music-theatre. Recommended.
MS” Wed 20—Sat 23 Oct. 8pm. Sat mat 3pm. £8 (£4). DV8 takes a break from dance with this theatrical exploration of
interviews with 50 men about their experience of sex with other men in
the Tron, Glasgow. next week. See feature.
This section lists shows that are touring i the Central Belt. There is a phone
. number for each company should you
E require more intormation. Unless
; otherwise specitied, the number after
1 each venue listed is the telephone number ior ticket enquiries tor that
g particular evening (please note, this is not always the venue number).
Scottish Premiere LiveTheatrcCompany YourHomcin theWest:
Set againsta background of crime and desperate emotions. Your Home intheWest. isacompelﬂng accountoffamily lifeinthewest-end of Newcasde.
Tue l9-Sun 240ct130pm ZiorITue 190cc
MSM Under the direction of Lloyd Newson. this new work deals with
'couaging" and the desire to step outside the boundaries of society. E Tue26-Sat30 Oct1.30pm I 7:841heaueCoScodand Twilight Shift (world premiere)
in a town in Scotland. two men are in love. Onecutscoal.theothercuts halr...two men in love with each other.
Tue 2 -Sun 7 Nov 7.30pm
2 for 1 Tue 2 Nov
l993 PerrierAwand Nominee 'Tppedformmipn'tegosmrdom”
Evening News FriS Nov&Sat6 Nov 10pm
‘cottaging', which has been created out of
public toilets. The show moves through to
I Accustomed to Her Face John Binnie‘s superb new play for Clyde Unity Theatre won ajustifled Fringe First in Edinburgh. It‘s a lesbian love story underscored with an inspired series of one-liners and directed with brisk simplicity by Binnie himself. Moving and funny. More details on 041 353 0905.
Pollock C (immunity Centre, Pollock Fri 8 Oct. 7.30pm. 041 882 5989.
I Crying tor the Moon Terry Neason takes a simple format of songs and poems and makes it her own in a surprisingly successful one-woman show that is intimate, funny and touching. More details on 0555 772934.
Paisley Arts Centre Sat 9 Oct. 8pm. 041 887 1010.
Bowﬂeld Country Club, Howwood Fri 15 Oct. 0505 705225.
I I Funny Money Wildcat‘s second tour of
the year is another new musical by Davids
Anderson and MacLennan. Starring Rab Handleigh, Sandy Neilson, Susan Nisbet and Lesley Robertson, the entertaining show is about a corrupt insurance man who makes a killing from shady sources. More details on 041 221 6789. Tron Theatre, Glasgow Until Sun 10 Oct. 041 552 4267. Education Centre Drama Studio, Wester Hailes Tue 12 Oct. 031 442 4217. Village Theatre, East K ilbride Wed 3 l3—Thurs 14 Oct. 03552 48669. Civic Theatre, A_vr Fri 15 Oct. 0292 264639. Denny Civic Tlteatre, Dumbarton Sat 16 and Mon 18 Oct. 0389 62015. Burgh Hall, Cove Tue 19 Oct. 043684 2401. ‘ Adam Smith Theatre, K irkt‘aldy Wed 20 ; Oct. 0592 260498. . MacRobert Arts Centre. Stirling Thurs 21 Oct. 0786 461081. Tour continues.
1 I Iphigenia in Tauris Golden Age Theatre
; in Goethe‘s retelling of Greek legend in a 2 production that aims to draw parallels
lewis Howden as Derek in ouelques Fleurs
' with the political upheaval in the world
Floyd Kennedy directs. See preview. Barrﬂelds Pavilion, Largs Tue 12 Oct. 7pm.
Nortlt Glasgow Arts Centre, Springburn Wed 13 Oct. 7.30pm. 041 558 9313. Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh Thurs 14—Sat 16 Oct. 8pm. 031 226 5425. Tormusk Tenant's Hall, Castlemilk Mon 18 Oct. 7.30pm. 041 634 2408.
I Ouelques Fleurs Liz Lochhead stars opposite Lewis Howden in the revival of her own two-hander — a couple of parallel monologues about an oil-widow and her husband. It was well-received in its debut productions in 1991 and 1992. Joyce
More details on 041 353 3239.
The Drama Centre at the Rams/torn, Glasgow Until Sat 9 Oct. 8pm. 041 227 551 l/ 552 3489.
Birgidale Complex, Castlemilk Mon 1 1 Oct. 7.30pm. 041 631 1161.
Merrill Theatre, Drumchapel Tue 12 Oct. 7.30pm. 041 944 9022.
Village Theatre, East K illiride Sat 16 Oct. 8pm. 03552 48669.
I A Scottish Reservation The culmination of three years‘ work by Fablevision is a tale of the Scots who emigrated to North America after the Highland Clearances ill 1813. The show has been put together in tandem with the Manitoba Prairie Buffalo Mettis Theatre Company and uses a mix of languages. music. visual arts and dance. See preview. More details on 041 425 2020.
Paisley Arts Centre Mon 18—Tue 19 Oct. Tour continues.
I Twilight Shift 7:84 premieres Jackie Kay‘s play about a gay romance between a barber and a miner in a small mining village. More details on 041 331 2219. Theatre iVOI’kS/wp, Edinburgh Until Sat 9 Oct. 8pm.
1 Greenot‘k Arts Guild Theatre Tue 12 Oct. ! 7.30pm.
ST BRIDE'S CENTRE EDINBURGH
WED 3 & THURS 4 NOVEMBER at 7.30 pm TICKETS £4.00/£2.00
Box Office: 10 Orwell Place 031 346 1405
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Deans directs under the Pen Name banner.
52 The List 8—21 October 1993