I Sorry, the captions desk knocked off early, so you’ll have to do your own. The picture is from what they’re already calling the cult film of the year — Amateur - and it’s still only January. Check Film listings for details.
I ‘Yes, we’ll need to have you back in fora couple of fillings and possibly some remedial bridge work . . .’ Take a bite of incisor advice from Tom Cruise in Interview with a Vampire. See Film listings for details.
I To look at him you wouldn’t think it, but this man has pure pop music flowing through his veins. Be uplifted by Ian Broudie’s Lightning Seeds at The Venue. See Rock listings for details.
I This is the kind of product placement ad men dream of - the maker of Bonio (added vitamins to ensure a cold nose; ‘I wouldn’t give my dogs anything else’ etc) is sponsoring husky racing near Aviemore. Take me there - mush, mush! See Days Out for details.
V PROBABLY THE BEST
The List’s at-a-glance guide to the highlights of the fortnight ahead.
I Theatre: Mystery Bruises Traverse Theatre. Edinburgh. Thurs l9—Sun 22. Return of maverick monologuist Ken Campbell. following a spell on Bron/(re and a long career embracing many a theatrical oddity. Surreal and thoroughly entertaining. See Theatre preview. p.51.
I Film: Amateur Edinburgh Filmhouse. Fri 13 Jan—Thurs 9 Feb; Glasgow Film Theatre, Fri 27 Jan-Thurs 9 Feb. Latest from New York State writer/director Hal Hartley. celebrated for his quirky. low-budget black comedies. Isabelle lluppeit is a porn-writing ex-nun who meets amnesiac Martin Donovan. See Film preview. p.20.
I Art: Turner Watercolours National Gallery of Scotland. Edinburgh. until Tue 31. Upholding time~honoured tradition. the National Gallery displays its collection of thirty-eight paintings bequeathed by Henry Vaughan, who stipulated that they should only be shown at the time of year when daylight won't fade them. See An listings. p.56.
I Music: Steve Martland Band/Smith Quartet Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Fri 20; Tramway. Glasgow. Sat 21. Iconoclastic orchestral composer Martland — who emulated Bach by forming his om) ensemble — presents his own Dance ll’nrks and l’utml. John Stanley's Spire and promises to round off the evening with an all-in cover version of a Madness song. See Music preview. p.34.
I Events: Burns Night All over Scotland and the world. Wed 25. Rabbie's f—words and c-words predate Kelman by nearly 2()() years. but they didn't have major literary awards back then did they? Expect much haggis. nceps. tatties and a swally ofJohn Barleycorn. If you want to get started early. the West Sound Burns Supper is at the Hospitality lnn. Glasgow. billed as ‘the world's largest' and held. curiously. on Sat l4 Jan.
I Film: Nosferatu/Sherlock Junior Tramway. Glasgow. Fri 13 Jan. A rare chance to see FW. Murnau's expressionist shocker and Keaton's comedy (from 1922 and 1925 respectively) screened with specially composed live music. performed by the Harmonie Band. See Film listings. p.30.
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