Wolfstone have shot out of nowhere in the last couple of years to become one of Scotland's

fax ourite bands in the in the folk/rock vein. A change of pace tonight as some of the band members perform an acoustic set.

Cabaret/ Comedy

I Camping UIII Arches Theatre. 9pm. £6 (£3). See Tue 17.

I Virtual Reality: Beyond the Headlines Tron Theatre. 10.45pm. £6

.£5 I. Leading names from the BBC Scotland Comedy lfinit get satirical. See preview.



I Woyzeck on the Highveld ()ld .»\thenaeum. 3pm and 8pm. £7 (£4). See Wed 18.

I The Grapes of Wrath (‘itizens' Theatre. 2.30pm and 7.30pm. £6 (£2). Sec Tue 10.

I Trainspotting Citizens' Stalls Sttidio. 7.30pm. £6 (£2). See Fri 6.

I Here Comes Everybody Tramway. 10.30pm. £7 (£4). Sec Mon 16.

I Dumbstruck Tron Theatre. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£3). £6 (£2). stand-by for conc £4. See Fri 6.

I Fever Pitch Arches Theatre. 7pm. £6 (£3). Sec Tue 17.

I H.R.H. (‘itizens' Circle Studio. 7.30pm. £6 (£2). See Fri 6.

I Mayfest Community Showcase: Glasgow Generations Drama Centre at The Ramshorn. 7.30pm. £4 (£2). See Fri 20

I Tartuffe New Athenaeum. RSAMD. 7.15pm. £1.50 (£2). See Tue 17.


I En Manque (‘CA. ..3()pm. £6 (£2.50). See Fri 20.


I Antina St Aloysius Church. 8pm. £7 (£4). Innovative Irish choir who specialise in blending classical and folk idioms in hauntingly lovely tnusic from twelve centuries of Irish tradition. I Jonathan Miller’s St Matthew Passion Tramway. 8pm. £15. £12 (£7). See Fri 20.

I as part of the Women

1 Voices ofthe World event

today. I Talitha Macltenzie with Eurydice The Ferry. 7pm. £7 (£5). Also part of Women Voices. but her Gaelic songs are closer to home in style. even ifthe ex-Mouth Music vocalist is American. I Women Voices Of The World The Ferry. 10am—late. £12 (£10) for day ticket. which includes a workshop (10am. £2). a debate session (2pm. £2). and both the Busi h'lhlongo and Talitha Mackenzie concerts.

Cabaret/ Comedy

I Camping Dut Arches Theatre. 9pm. £6 (£3). See Tue 17.

I Virtual Reality: Beyond the Headlines Tron Theatre. 10.45pm. £6 (£5). See Sat 21.



I Here Comes Everybody Tramway. 10.30pm. £7 (£4). See Mon 16.

I Dumbstruclt Tron Theatre. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£3). £6 (£2). See Fri 6.


Mayfest community performances are listed alphabetically. For venue details see Mayfest programme or call 041 552 80m.

I The Alive and Kicking Concert Party Fri 6—Wed 18. Entertainment for the older generation.

I Back to Basics Mon ‘)-—Sat 14 May. Modern romance satirised by Bread and Circuses in a comedy revue.

I Burying Dad Mon 9—Sat 14 May. One-woman satirical comedy from The MsFits.

I Campbell Morrison’s Big Night Out Until Sat 7 May. Castletnilk People's Theatre in a new comedy about a lawyer who learns about life from his cleaners.

I Cappella Sebaldina Nuremberg Thurs 12—Fri 13 May. Music old and new from the Nuremberg Choir.

I Country and Western Music Mon 9—Thurs 12 May. The Carol Silver Band.

I Dead Lucky-Until Sat 16 May. Last year‘s Sent/um] on Sunday Paper Boat Award -winners. the Carmylites. in a comedy about a tnan whose luck comes late in life.

I Dirt Enters at the Heart Until Fri 6 May. Highly- rated prison drama from Glasgow‘s Cat A Theatre Company a tough look at the spread of AIDS in Scottish prisons.


I The Kaisers Tue 17—Sat

21 May. Early 60s stomp.

' I A Little Dlder Tue

l7—Sat 21 May. Award- winning show about friendship and memory loss by the popular Clyde Unity Theatre.

I Old Time Music Hall Until Mon 9 May. A string of daytime shows from Johnny Beattie and chums.

I On Topp from Down Under Tue lO—Sat 14 May. New Zealand‘s favourite cotnedy sisters. the Topp Twins. go out and about.

I Peacemaker Mon l6~Fri 20 May. Scottish children’s theatre company Visible Fiction looks at the futility ofwar. See Kids listings.

I Saint Hoch’s Irish Ceilidh Band Fri 6—Sat 7 May. Listen or dance.

I Sing and Dance Along With Mr Boom Mon l6-Wed 18 May. See Kids listings.

I The Spark Mon 9 and Fri 13 May. Ludus Dance Company joins forces with local schoolchildren. See Kids listings.

I Tales of Finn Until Mon 9 May. New show by Clydebuilt Puppets based on the legendary tales of Finn MacCool. See Kids preview.

I Tam linn Fri 20 May. Strathclyde Arts Centre at 7.30pm is where to see the results of a Mayfest dance residency involving

children and adults. and

7:84 Theatre Company Scotland and Dundee Rep Theatre present

John Steinbeck's

Spirit of Mayfest Award Winners 1993






Gorbals Street. Glasgow

Tue 10 - Sat 21 May 7.30pm (Matinee Sat 21 May 2.30pm) Tickets: £6.00 (£2.00)

Tel: 041 429 0022

The Grapes of Wrath

Adapted by Frank Galati

Supported by the Post Office

Govanhlll. Springburn, Milton, Dalmarnock. Shettleston

4 - 17 May 8.009m

Tickets: £1.00 (50p)

Details from 041 331 2219


Ingram Street. Glasgow

Fri 20 & Sat 21 May 7.30pm Tickets: £4.00 T912041 227 5511


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