Credit cards 220 4349. Heartbeat World (£2) includes later ccilidh dance, Music in conjunction with Edinburgh workshop only, 9—1 lpm. £3 (£1).

District Council's Assembly Rooms presents a Night iii Harare. featuring two

has had a too-good-to-miss offer to film with Geena Davis in Malta for five 1 months. Assembly Direct. who are having 1

no luck with expensive cancellations at

the moment. hope to reschedule next year. i of Zimbabwe‘s best known musical

I Glenn Miller Orchestra UK Glasgow 1 i experiences: the high-energy electric 3590‘”

Royal Comm Huh, 2 Sauchiehall street. guitar based roots salad of the Brothers. I Bert Jansch The Ferry. Clyde Place. 227 551 1. 7.30pm. £12. £ 1 1. £10. More I i and Chiweshe’s compelling. hypnotic 8pm. £7 (£5). Tickets from Ticketlink 227 skilfully performed Miller pastiche to get ' i mbira or thumb piano. which she plays in 5511. Seminal acoustic guitar influence you in the mood. although the Concert m its various forms as both song from the 60‘s and founder of Pentangle Hall leaflet seems a touch confused about accompaniment and as a mesmerising returns to his birthplace. Support from the which Glenn Miller Orchestra is playing. I Dates "sud below are m, 0mm," shows. i rhythm instrument. She brings with her Flynn Brothers.

Their blurb suggests it is Herb Miller's , see separate seem)“ ‘0', residencies. ' master musician Chirembiri Chidodo. I Steeleye Span Motherwell Concert

US outfit on stage. but in fact it is the UK Gigs are "sted by dam the" by city. 3 I Shooglenitty Assembly Rooms. George Hall. Civic Centre. Motherwell. 0698 band led by Glaswegian John Watson. ; Performances will be listed, provided Street. 8—1 1.30pm. £6 (£4). Tickets from 267515. 8pm. £7.50. £6.50 (£6). The

i that details reach our omces an least . Assembly Box Office or Ticketline. 220 original English folk/rock band. still with

M _ one week before pubncation. Pam and 4349. Final fling or ALP's weekend of Peter Knight on fiddle and the unique world Lisfings compiled by Norman . workshops. concerts arid ceilidhs. The vocal talents of Maddy Prior. (manners. ultimate folk rave. roots trance dance I Whistlebinkies Merchant's House. 7

' . band. See Music preview. West George Street. Opposite Queen I Chick lyall Quintet The 13th Note. so ' FRIDAY 18 r I Apu Queen's Hall. Clerk Slt‘ccl. (ms Street Station. 12.45pm. £3.50 (£3)

Glassford Street. venue 553 1638; info 2019. 7.30pm. £7 (£5) plus 70p booking Students £1 at the door ten minutes before

887 4733. 9.30pm. £4 (£3). See Wed 23. Glasgow fee. Credit cards 667 7776. Six-strong the concert commences. Carefully

I Glasgow Jazz Record Club Unitarian ' I weekly Ceilidh Dance The Ferry. Clyde Peruvian band. no strangers to Edinburgh wrought arrangements of Scottish Church. 72 Berkeley Street. 7.45pm. place, 10pm £6 (£4)_ Tickets .u the venue with their quenas. pan pipes. charangos traditional music highlighting the three ‘Trumpets Galore.‘ selected by John or in advance from the Ticket Centre. l and guitars. and songs botli modern and dominant instruments the fiddle. harp Parkes . Contact Bill Winter on 944 4402 Candleriggs. 227 5511. i ancient. and pipes with flute. drum. concertina f0r mcmbchhiP (10111118. I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. ' I Tron Folk Club Tron Ceilidh House. and vocals in Scots and Gaelic.

. People Show 100 CCA- SilllChiChill off Clyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open 1 Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £3. I New Dawn Folk Club Glasgow Press Street. 3320522. 7.30pm. There tnay be 8pm. music at 9pm. £5. Music from Edinburgh songwriter and guitarist Gill Club. 94 West Regent Street. 332 1674. some peripheral jazz interest in this show Cutting Edge. Bowman with songs from her new CD. 8pm. £3. Contemporary country songs by the idiosyncratic theatre company I Ceilidh Dance Caledonian Brewery. from John MacMeekin.

People Show. which they say is ‘inspired Slateford Road. 8pm—inidnight. £4.50. -

by Chet Baker's mysterious fall‘ to his I 331"" ceilidh ASSC'HN)’ ROOmS‘ '3 Bar. Food. Weekly dance to live bands. Edinburgh

(1011”) in Alli-91011111") in 1933. and “hid! GCWSC SWCL 8Pm- £8 U5)- TiCkClS "9m 7 Tickets in advance from Tron Ceilidh I Streams of Whiskey Scruffy Murphv's features ‘cool jazz and perverse desires‘ Assembly Box Office or Ticketline. 220 2 House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. Gwmc [V Briduc‘ 235 1681. 9pm. Frc'a

(yep. that sounds like Chet). Runs until 4349. Featuring Louisiana I Woodside Now Scruffy Murphy's. Sat 26. accordion/tiddle/vocal/guitar trio Tasso. . George [V Bridgc_ 335 [68p 9pm Hue Support froin lrish step dance showcase ; Clann na Gael and popular local Scottish . . t I The Sound of One Hand Clapping

dance outfit. the Robert Fish Band. See I Int! '3 Chute Cathedral Hume.

Music preview. Samye Ling Tibetan Centre. liskdalemuir. Cathedral Square 9pm Free Cajun Old .t. .. t , ‘- _ , , .‘ W . I l ‘1 , Y ' .- _. . ., . . , I Norloch Marcos Leisure Centre. ()1()\L , near langholm. 7.- pm. ( -.. ). Tlmcv and Almncan hddlc_bascd sounds. I M'ke Trans 5 EH15 Tm” 1“” collart Street. Bar. 8pm. £3.50 (£3). Ceilidh f Yoshikazu Iwamoto gives a recital on the I Mike Silver Glazcnbank Hotel Tron Tavern and Ceilidh House. Hunter dance band. Shukuhachi flute. Enquiries 0387 373232. Lemumowu 8pm. Top Singer/gunarist

"M , . .3 . t .y . Square. ....0 1550. 8.30pm. £3O(£.‘). ' . I Urban Gypsies Scriitly Murphy s.~ and songwriter Nays an oulflpmwn gig. loi'tobello s finest parade their distinctiye Gem-11¢ iv mlde 335 163p 9pm hue ; - weekly Ceilidh Dance The Ferry Clyde svnthesis of contemporarv jazz with a Pl . . ... _ .

. - ' ~ ac ‘. 10 m. £6 £4 . lick ‘Is at ih wnue range of ethmc and rock-derived Glasgow 0r infildvfncc {man [LC Ticict Centre L

influences. One 61 the most iiitaginative 0w IWolfstone City Halls. Candleriggs. Candleriggx‘ 337 551 L and consistently enjoyable bands on the 9 1 ostponed until New \ear. I ce-l- ~ , t ,. . ' . , . . I ldl'l Dance Riycistde. l—ox Street. Scottish scene. they don i get to play all I John Martyn rhc perry. (‘iydc place. I Four Brothers/Stella Chiweshe The on. Chdc gm“ that often due to the commitments of their SOLD OUT, .VC'WC- iipm- Gm“ Zilllbilbwcun (WING 148 1144 its Dimm- Upcn 8pm various members. which makes this I Shane MacGowan and the Popes bill. While they are in Britain the Four " ' ' ' 9121700111111.v [9 COW“ “10m 11” “19 "19W Barrowlands. 8pm. Former front man with Will be in 595310” “"10"” P99] and Ami." Edinburgh welcome. The drummer (fresh from his (11¢ Poguce sec feature. Kershaw. See Edinburgh. Sat 19. _ extended stint in The Big [’ft'lllt‘) is joined I Ralph Mc‘fe" Royal Concert Hun' 1 ; Ed. b h I Ben Jansen PIC‘ISJPLC Them.” LoungL‘ by saxophonist Steve Kettley. guitarist ' Sauchiehall Street. 7.30pm. £8.50 (£6.50). In urg The Plcztsuncfiefi. 8pm. £7 (£5). Tickets and Graham-Muir. Jon Bealeson keyboards 1 Veteran folk 80ng\vri[Cr/CnICI-taincr. i I Rhiannonts nmam Scruffy Mmphyk glorl‘l‘tilgolt£109,002]: Preseéitiedby Open and violin. and Stuart Smith on bass. I Occasionals Motherwell Concert Hall, wac [V Bridge 335 1631 9pm Hm. _ 0”“ . “S'L- “9'” NY fl” met ) Civic Centre Motherwell. 8pm £4 50 2 c ' i ' ' influential acoustic gurtarist and down- : (£3.50). Ceilidh dance for all comers. A M :33! Singer 0“ [Ol‘f- 5°C Glasgow Thur-5 , caller talks you through the dances. Band 5 ' . led by accordion maestro Freeland l 3 (mid “32“ Sub Th: \Vatv‘ilrl:g £3 . -- . . .‘i t .. m. ... I Mowingmn Lonkett With The Bnan Barbqqr' - . ~ . - ce'l'dh Dance classes meldc CIUb' F3i:it:li:’h's StorlyrtyeflinlgrtClub Prepsents a KCIIOCK Trio Tm" 1117-1 CCHEUI Tm” I cemdh Dance chrxldc' h“ Street : FOX Strum ONO-vac Slrcc“ 248 3144' visit frohi K.loi'thumberland‘s North East . - .‘ ' \ ' \ } 3 ~ I . ~ t G . Tavern and Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. U“ Cl)dL PM“ “‘18 3144' Dow“ “pt” 7401"“ 53- BM- SOC‘HI dailC’llgt St II 220 1550. 8.30pm. £4 (£3). Tire l.ondoii- 3121"» Ilium 1}! 917'11355- . beginners and the more experienced .132: :fi'ey Mum. 1 mm Ccmrc based tenor saxophonist is probably best - name Craig 5C9!“ Bill" SIOCRWCH welcome to a relaxed evening with Grove S”cct 8,1} 8pm 50 (£3) ' known as a member of Ronnie Scott's SUCCI' 552 3681' ’pm MCC- “CCWd‘O‘lN “an3" maccmfl' and .- - . .. . . 1 u i ' . . . Ed- b h (hm, , m” ‘r Bob Blair Cullle Dance eyery week. regular group. but joins tip with the In [Hg s L t L . I Finnegan’s Awake Scruffy Murphyk‘

excellent Brian Kellock trio for this date. See preview.

' I ALP MDSiC Workshops Assembly George lV Bridge. 2:35 1681. 9pm. Free.

Rooms. George Street. 10am-4pm. £12 ; ' ' (£8). Instruction on Dance and Step W: Dance; Playing For Dancing. Tin Whistle I Celtic Dance St Ann‘s Centre. Glasgow

and Flute. The instrumental workshops . Cowgate. 7.30pm. Irish and Breton dance

Glasgow require at least the basic ability to play a 2 group. Information 7167 8744. I Ceilidh Circus Henry Wood Hall. . I Carol Kidd Trio City Hall. Candleriggs. : it“? “mes. up to advanced players. 5 Claremont Street. 8pm. £6 £3). Ticketlink. i 227 5511. 8pm. £12.50. £10. £8.50 (£6). ? l’liflrmilllmtfind enrolment forms from 1 City Halls. Candleriggs. 227 5511. f The singer is assured a capacitv crowd on ' Adul‘ Harm‘s PWJCCI. 184 Dairy Road. American East Coast fiddle genius Rod home territory for this one. while the table t 337 5442' . , Miller tops the bill. accompanied here by I seats for her Edinburgh concert (Fri 2) ' l I Red w'ng Sew!“ Bart S‘OCk‘VC” 5W9" pianist Mary Cay Brass and dance caller i sold out the very next day after a stage i 552 8681' 9pm HCC' Cathy Anderson. Support from ' announcement at her Round Midnight Edinburgh’s Ceilidh Collective and the festival appearance iii August! Following 1 Maclaughlln SChOOI 0' "is" Dancers-

i I Mike Silver Edinburgh Folk Club. Cafe Presented by Glasgow Folk and l Royal Upstairs. West Register Street. 557 Traditional Arts Trust irt conjunction with 3 4792. 8pm. £4 (£3). An engaging live Folkworks. See Music preview. ! performer. this highly skilled songwriter I Ritz Brothers Scotia Bar. Stoekwell ! and guitarist has released a dozen albums. street, 552 8681. 3pm Fret; Green (bass) and Alan Ganley (drums). I Scots Dance Workshop/Ceilidh Merlin. I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. Subsequent dates take them to Edinburgh ' ' Morningside Road. Organised by the off Clvde Street. 248 3144. Doors open (Fri 2, Queen‘s Han, 663 3019‘ 8.30pm“ ; I The Fm" Blowers/Stella cmweShe Adult Learning Project. Music and dance ; 8pm. music at 9pm. £5.


her not entirely convincing experiments with an expanded group and a wider range of idioms. she returns to her most familiar and arguably best format with the superb trio of Dave Newton (piano). Dave

£15. £13.50‘£10(£6)) and Aberdeen (Sm ; Assembly Rooms. George Street. 8pm. 3‘ Music Hall‘830pm‘y150‘t‘8 (fin). r £8.50 (£6). Tickets from Assembly Box 1 Office and King‘s Theatre Box Office.

instruction from Dave Francis and Mairi . Campbell. l-'ortiiightly workshop on

. simple. older Scots dances. 7—9pm. £4 I I Edinburgh Fiddlers in concert Usher

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