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I CCA 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 7521. [Access: PPA. L. ST. Facilities: WC. W8.

H. G. C] SATURDAY 6th New Work Fri 29—Sat 30 Jul. 7.30pm. £6

(£2.50). Lindsay John returns to theatre- based dance work for the first time in two years, presenting the results of a four- 1. THURSDAY 11th week residency at CCA. His structured v , 4 “my. & improvisation is performed with another ' i ' . .. ' . F. ' dancer to a specially composed score. See I, ' ' ' ' :1 ,f FRIDAY 12th preview. I" \\ , t V ; . n I" p ' ' B-ROAD MOVIE Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow. Every the casual club atmosphere of the SATURDAY 13th 2306356 542:2; “‘3' "M" ‘2 “"9- ”"°"°" "mam CLERRY FORD ST. R: Fa'cmlics. wc’fvps ‘0] ‘” If the wagglsh CVs of the Virtual Going directly for the iugular, the open class Um” Fri 29 mi 10_ I “Dam. Reality team are to be believed (albeit team’s first easy target to be dragged £3 (£2). Deborah Saxon from the Siobhan With a mine 0' salt) then there is a I" "0'" 0' “'8 ""09 Squad '5 THURSDAY 13th Davies Dance Co gives you a chance to disturbingly dangerous Rab C. llesbitt provocative Daily Record columnist limber up in the morning. and Take The High Road quotient Joan Burnie. One by one the smiling BRIGHTON THEATRE I RICHARD “EMA”? EUROPE“ M" present in both the cast and writers’ and smug faces from STV’s hall of EVENTS gang"): 37‘ “:3? 5 SChOOIv York murky pasts. The uncertain long-term fame are the brunt of the team’s NICK HORNBY.S s a“ 6"“ S “2‘ ~ 145; effects of working In such disparate wickedly stinging tongues. Viv and pectam Span Mon I sat 6 “‘5' Id b t bl f th Alan from the Home Show - boom H" Mon—Wed 8pm; Thurs—Sat 6pm and 8pm. m" 5 .may a 0 me or e £6 (£4)_ A Wynn“. Chance [0 m collective unbalanced minds at work down they 99. Wet: bleached haired New STREET, pNSLEY. pA1 152 lncognita‘s journey through 10m See on this project. Chick ‘Thls is CY in llY’ Young - ham preview. If the truth be told, the team’s down he goes. Sad Sunday Post letter comedy genes can be traced to BBC writers crash, down they go and all Scotland’s flaked Radio show, probably issuing libel writs as we go

something that becomes increasingly to press.

l' E obvious as we delve into the Bil-odd Only a fraction of the material could

minutes of cut-and-thrust scripted have been consigned directly to Death comedy. The team firing the political Valley as the majority was classic on- r u e A T r: s 15 Ju'y ' 7 August and topical salvos this evening are the-ball topical stuff. Virtual Reality c o M p a N v TRAVERSE THEATRE CO City lights’ Andy Gray in cahoots with make no bones about tapping into that

Presents the British Premiere of Sandy Morton, Billy McElhaney and an vein of obvious humour that relishes

M U S S E L I U R 6 it . unrecognisable Barbara Rafferty aka havrng a go at smugness (see Gold

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL P C} O R Ella Cotter from Rab c. Nesbitt. Blend ads), political baddies (see Ian Thankfully the rather formal radio- Lang) and parochial vices (see FRINGE I994 X *f i S U P E M show format of the cast standing to Buckfast and Maddog 20/20) and they

attention by their microphones, script usually come out on top. (Ann Donald)

BRUNTON THEATRE CO ' A PLAY WITH CAPTIONS books open at the ready, is defused by

& BALDY BANE THEATRE co The hot new play by Brad

present - LOVG and Remains - I EDINBURGH FESTIVAL THEATRE 13/29 Nicolson Street. 529 6000. [Access: 1.. Facilities: WC. W8. AS, H. C. T. Help: A]

STAGE ADAPTATION OF "...witnessing the emergence

of a major intemetional

new writer..."

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I I-26 AUGUST I994 Disturbingly Funny.

SHOWS EVERY DAY AT Returns for the Festival 2.3DPM & 6.30PM 16 August - 3 September (EXCEPT SUNDAYS)





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i I Virtual Reality Mitchell Theatre. Granville Street. 227 55 i 1. 9pm. £7.50. Topical comedy by a load of familiar faces from the BBC Comedy Unit Andy Gray 6! ul who are turning up at the Mitchell every Friday night until 12 Aug. Late bar. See review.

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Michael Clark’s 0 Fri 29 Jul. 7.30pm.

Box THEATRE £3.50—£IO.50. LCSS outrage but arguably . more maturity as the Aberdonian dancer I lost Comedy Club TG‘s Bar. above & FRINGE OFFICE Phone Box Office for deta'ls returns (with his mum) for a meditation T.G. Willis Foodhall. i35a George Street. 03l 226 5257/9 on Stravinsky‘s The Rite Of Spring. See 225 3003. 7.30pm—8.30pm Happy Hour. Feature. £2.50 in advance or £3.50 at the door.

52 The List 29 July—l I August 1994