I)(’(lll.\' 'l‘ltr'tilrr'. Livingston Tues 27 7.30pm.
Menu! 'l'ltr'uI/t'. /)I'I(/lI('/I(I/7(‘/ liri 30 Sept-Sat 1 ()ct. 7.30pm.
l’i/luei' 'I'ltr'um'. [LYISI Kilbride Mon 3 Oct. 7.30pm.
.'ililr‘/I('// TlIr'rH/‘r'. (I/rtveim‘ Tue 4' Sat S ()ct. 7.30pm.
I The Silver Darlings .‘s‘cit .\t. (iunn's novel of an early-19th century Caithness fishing comnnmity is adapted for the stage by John McGrath and performed by Wildcat. John Bett directs a sixteen-strong cast in a popular and enjoyable production. More details on 041 221 0789.
King 3‘ Theatre. lz'i/i/I/iiu'e/t Mon 26 Sat 1 ()ct.
.llur‘Ru/u'rl Arts Centre. Stir/inc Mon 3—-Sat 8 ()ct.
I The Steamie Tony Roper directs his own modern Scottish comedy classic of washhouse life circa 1950 with a first-rate cast including I'na .\Icl.ean and Ian \Vilson.
King's 771(‘(lll'¢‘. lir/iii/mre/i I’ntil Sat 24 Sept. 7.30pm.
King's 'I'ltmire. (i/uveon' Mon 26 Sept-Sat 1 ()ct. 730pm.
I’ri/ur'e 'l‘lir'ulre. Kilniu/‘Imrk Mon 3— \Ved5 ()ct. 7.30pm.
I Wedding Belles and Green Grasses Debut production for the all-women Chimera Theatre Company in a comedy by Marcella Iivaristi. a hit at the 'l‘raverse back in 1081. which tells the story of three women growing tip in the 70s through nmsic and song. More details on (MI 423 3508.
Arc/It's Theatre. (Mummy Tue 27' ()ct. Spin.
Nun/i (i/useuu' Arts Centre. Spring/um: Tue 4 ()ct. 7.30pm.
Si Pun/x I’S, Il'liiIe/ii/l. Hunt/lion Wed 5 ()ct. 7.30pm.
.ilt'l't'lll 'I‘ltr'itm: Ul'llllltfltl/h’l Thurs 6 ()ct. 7.30pm.
Dance performances and classes are listed by city, than alphabetically by venue. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication. Dance Listings compiled by Mark Fisher.
I ARCHES THEATRE Midland Street. 221 9736. [Accesst l.. I‘aciltlics: \VC. \\'S. (i. G. Help: A. AA]
Get Up and Go: Indian Dance Workshop Sat 2-1 Sept. Noon-~2pm. £1. I‘inal day of Get t'p and Go. the mouth-long festival of dance pitched at 15— 25-year-o1ds with the emphasis on getting involved and experiencing a variety of styles.
Hit Squad Open Workshop - Proiekt 11:92 livery Sat until 24 Sept. 2-4pm. £1. liind expression through your own natural movement in this weekly session which aims to create a street-dance based performance.
I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street. Paisley. SS7 1010. [Access: I’I’A. l.. R. Facilities: WC. \\'S. H. G. C. Help: A. AA]
Herve Hi 30 Sept. Spin. £5 (£3 ). Third listate Music and Dance returns to l’aisley alter appearing in Dance Break 11 last year. Intense physical theatre described by one critic as ‘an emotional massacre'. -
I EDINBURGH FESTIVAL THEATRE 13/29 Nicolson Street. 52‘) (>000. [Accessz 1.. Facilities: WC. \\'S. AS. H. C. '1'. Help: A]
Cinderella Tue 4—Sat 8 ()ct. 7.30pm. 1.30pm mat Thurs ()1 2pm tnat Sat 8. USO-£30. The Scottish Ballet in Peter Darrell's version of the fairy-tale set to the music of Rossini
I TRAVERSE THEATRE Cambridge Street. 228 1404. [Access: l.. Facilities: WC. \N'S. H. G. C]
Fifteen Minutes to Six Hours Fri 23~~Sun 25 Sept. Spm. 126(8). In the overcrowded cities of .lapan couples rent rooms in love hotels for periods of fifteen minutes to six hours. Hence the title of this piece by Anatomy Performance Company led by Marisa Zanotti with designer Simon \'incen/.i and sound artist l’hilip .leck. See preview.
Our Hi 30- Sat 1 ()ct. Spm. £8 (£4). The Jonathan Burrows Group features six dancers performing in a new large-scale
Comedy is listed by date, then by city. Shows will be listed, provided that
details reach our offices at least ten
days before publication. Comedy Listings 5 compiled by Mark Fisher.
I Jim Davidson Usher Hall. Cambridge Street. 22S 1155. I‘iu‘econstructed stand- up makes more inroads in the field of race relations. Nick-nick is his catch-phrase.
I Half a Cast Comedy Company tiasu‘icld CC. (>41 831‘). 7.30pm. A new venture in community comedy. this six-(late tour by a handful of up-and-coming local stand- ups includes Billy Bonkers. Gary Hagen.
David Kilby. liddie McKean and ‘
SATURDAY 1 -
I Madcap Comedy Cabaret Shakespeare Street Youth Club. Maryhill. Spur-lam. £1.50. Billy Bonkers branches out from his regular llalt Bar show with five hours of madness aided and abetted by Raymond .\1earns. Viv Grahame and liddie McKeen. Bring your own bottle.
I Madcap Comedy Club Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. 8.30pm. Free. .‘le Billy Bonkers presents another mixed bill of entertainment including music from the Tattie Bogles and comedy from Viv Grahame.
I Off the Wall 94: The Harry Hill Show Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 9pm. £7 t£().501. The
Royal Concert Hall begins its first autumn
season of top-name comedy with the
unhinged Harry Hill who was many
people's favourite for this year's Perrier Award. A pot-pourri of pubtastic
advertising slogans and other 20th century
()ld Coach Road. 03552 61000. 8pm. £5
Kilbride comedy slot welcomes fast-
talking Glasgow gagster Stu Who'.’ and
up-and-coming charmer Alan Taylor.
I Comedy Club liast Kilbride Arts Centre.
'2 (£2.50). The recently established Iiast
‘Outelasses every other musical’
darn/En 5222 25
Hammerstein’s West End & Broadway Hit
WINNER The 3 Best Musical Awards
Music by Directed by
PATTI BOULAYE and GRACE KENNEDY alternate the role of CARMEN
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL THEATRE Tues l3 Sept- Sat 1 Oct 1994 Box Office 031529 6000
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