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TICKET LINK Tickets for major venues in (Glasgow are available from the Ticket Centre. Caiidleriggs. .\1oti—-Sat 10.30am until 6.30pm in person or until ‘)pm by phone on ()41 227 5511. Sunday opening is noon—5pm. Any Ticket I.ink box ofﬁce can sell tickets for other venues. I CITIZENS’ THEATRE ('iot'bals Street. 42‘) 0022. [.Access: 1.. R. Facilities: WC. WS. 11.0. C. Help: AA] Beauty and the Beast Iliitil Sat 14 Jan. 2pm and 7pm. £6—£S.5() t£.§.50—£4.50). Writer Shaut: Prendergast teams tip with director laii Wooldridge. designer Kenny Miller and actors including Henry Ian Cusick. Fatima I)ingwall. Juliet Cad/.ow atid Sandy Welsh for a captivating atid spectacular staging oi this morality tale about love conquering hate. I GLASGOW ROYAL CONCERT HALL 2 Sauchiehall Street. 227 5511. [Access: 1’. PPA. 1.. ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. 11. (1] John Mcorath Fri 13 .lati. lpiti. £2. The radical playwright and film producer gives a talk as part of the Celtic Connections l'estival. I KING’S THEATRE Bath Street. Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. Caiidlet'iggs. see Ticket l.ink details above. [.Access: PPA. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. 11. C. C. Help: A. AA] Sleeping Beauty t'nni Sat 4 Feb. 1.30pm on Wed 18. Wed 25 Jan. Wed 1 Feb; 2.15pm on Sat 14. Sat 28 Jan and Sat 4 Feb; 3pm Sun 15. Stiii 22 aitd Stiti 2‘) Jan; 5pm on Sat .‘sl Jan; 7pm until Sat 14. Tue l7~Sat 21. Tue 24-Sat 2S. Tue .‘sl .lati Sat 4 Feb. £3 «£10.75. last year's show thHll the King's liditibui'gh moves through to give Cilasgow a look at (ierard Kelly in a dress. Also in the cast are l.es 1)eiinis. .laii Wilson atid Barbara Rat‘t‘erty. I MITCHELL THEATRE (.ii‘anville Street. 227 5511. [Accessz PPA. 1.. ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. 11. (,3. C. Help: A. AA] Broadway: Hits from the Shows in 20-Sat 21 J;11].7.3(lp111. £6.50 (£3). Glasgow Grand Opera picks its iavourite numbers lTOlil Carousel. Luv .11).", Cit/ain't etc. with help from guest soloist James Paterson. star of I’liti/ilmii oft/1e ()/)(’I'(l. I PAVILION THEATRE 121 Renlield Street. 332 1846. [Access: ST. Facilities: WS. (1. Help: AA] Goosey Goosey Glasgow t'nni Sat 2s Jan. 2pm oti Sat 14. Wed IS. Sat 21. Wed 25 and Sat 28 Jan; 7.30pm until Sat 2X,l;i11. £4.75—L‘S.‘)5. This year's eggstravagan/a stars Andy Cameron and Dorothy Paul and is wt itten atid directed by John Bert. I TRON THEATRE 63 'I‘i'ongate. 552 4267‘. [Access: PPA. ST. R. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. H. (i. C. Help: AA] Temporary Gill l'ntil Stiii 2‘) .lait. Spin. £7.50/L'6 t£.‘~/£2.50). ()ite-wotiiaii show about ol‘t'ice lite and loves \\ ritten atid PCTIUl‘IiiL‘tI by Lisa Kotiti. I'it'st seen iii Scotland oti the lidinbui‘gh Fringe. It's insubstantial stutt' btit performed with some verve and goes down w ell with audiences.
I BRUNTON THEATRE Mtisselburgh. 665 2240. [.-\ccess:.l.. ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. C. Help: AA]
I’ll Be Seeing You Fri 20 Jan~Sat 4 Feb. 7.50pm. £7.50 (£5.25). Sat 4 mat 2.30pm tan atidio-desci‘ibed performance). A reworking of Take Two's SUCCL‘SSIIII touring show written by Stuart Thomas abotit wartime (ilasgow and t'eattii'ing many o1~ the songs ol- the era. Stars Mary Riggaiis.
I EDINBURGH FESTIVAL THEATRE 13—429 Nic‘ttlsttliS11'c‘c‘1.52‘)()()ll(l. [ACCL‘SS‘Z I.. Facilities: WC. WS. AS. 11. C. T. Help: A] Magnificent Matcham Thurs 19 .lait. 7.30pm. [4 t £3 i. In lS‘)2 the great theatre architect Frank Matcham built the liditiburgh Fmpire Palace Theatre on this site atid. 103 years later. his great nephew Hriait .\1atchatii talks about his
I achievement. The talk is I’ollowed by a
tour ot' the theatre.
Peter Pan Tue 24-Sat 2S .lati. 7..‘~0piit. Wed. Thurs and Sat mats at 2.30pm. £5.50 £14.50. 17p. tip and away with 'l'oyah Wilcox atid Frank Finlay iii a musical version oi'J..\1. Harrie's classic. See preview.
I KING’S THEATRE 2 l.even Street. 22‘) 1201. [.Access: R. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. 11. ('3. Help: AA]
Babes in the Wood Until Sat 28 Jan. 2.15pm oti Sat 14. Wed 18. Thurs 1‘). Sat 21. Wed 25. Thurs 26 and Sat 28 Jan; 3pm on Stiii 15 and Sun 22 Jan: 7pm tititil Sat 14. Tue l7—Sat 21. Ttie 24-Sat 28 Jan. £5.50—L‘I250.
The King's plays the big-name celeb card with its excellent large-scale extravaganza. l‘ielding Cannon and Hall as the key comedy players. with support trom Radio Forth’s (irant Seott and Joliti l.es1ie as Robiii Hood.
I PLAYHDUSE THEATRE ('ireenside Place. 557 25‘)(). ]Access: R. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. (5. C]
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Breamcoat Until Sat I Apr. 7.30pm. \"arioiis mats 2.30pm. £6.5()w£23.5(). The early Andrew 1.1oyd Webber and Tim Rice hit comes to lidinburgh tor a long post-london run with Phillip Scholield doing his liippy religious bit. linergetic performances even it the plot seems a little thin. The run has been extended until April. although Scholield liitiisell' will leave the show at the start of February.
I ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (lriiidlay Street. 22‘) ‘)6‘)7. [Access: 1’. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. 11. (l. C. T. Help: A. AA]
0n Golden Pond iii-i l3~Sat 4 Feb. 7.45pm. £4.50»—£l4. Sat 21. Wed 25 and Sat 2S mats at 3.15pm. Tom Watson and liileen .\IcCallum star in lii'nest 'Ihoiiipsoii's love-aiiiong-the-oldies romance directed by Caroline Hall. See preview.
I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place. 226 5425. [Accessz PPA. ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. 11. (i. C. Help: AA] 47 Thurs 26--Sat 2S Jan. 8pm. £5 (£3). Never one to sit around tvviddling his thumbs. Wildcat's Dave Anderson has I'ound himselt~ with a few days to spare so he's taking his piano down to Theatre Workshop to give his entertaining one- tiiaii mid-lite crisis show another airing. I TRAVERSE THEATRE Catiibridge Street. 22S 1404. [Access: 1.. Facilities: WC. WS.11.(i.C]
Mystery Bruises Thurs 1‘) Sat 22 Jan. Spm. £8 (£4). The unstoppable Ken Campbell returns to lidiiibtirgh with his latest monologue and this ones being billed as his lunttiest yet. liverytliiiig l'rom atianttiiti mechanics to spray-loam sculpture gets a look in. See preview. Animal Farm Wed 25r-Sat 2‘) Jan. 8pm. £8 (£4). (luy Mastet'son returns to prove his
versatility once more ~ last year he played
all the characters iti (flit/erMi/k Illnul. this year he's doitig George ()rwell's classic single-handed. See pieview.
. j SPRING PROGRAMME I995
T H E A T R E
I'I.I. RE SEEING YOU 0 o o
by Stuart Thomas ° 0 20 JANUARY - 4 FEBRUARY AT 7.30PM
WORLD PREMEIERE THE RING OF THE WITCHES
by Raymond Ross IO - 25 FEBRUARY AT 7.30PM
CRAIG MCMURDO in THAT SWING THANG THE RETURN OF THE
VALENTINE SURPRISE I4 FEBRUARY AT 1.30m
LET'S DO IT PRODUCTIONS present
THANK YOU MR GERSHWIN! 27 FEBRUARY AT 7.30m
THE MUSSELBURGH COMMUNITY PLAY
MAHING IIP TIME
to - l8 MARCH AT 7.30PM (performed at Musselburgh Town Hall)
THE ALL-ELECTRIC PUPPET COMPANY present
THE TIME WIZARD 25 MARCH AT 1.30PM & 3.3OPM
st AUDIO-DESCRIBED MATINEE PERFORMANCES * TELEPHONE BOX OFFICE 03l 665 2240
llauishuhrn New Playwrights Initiative '"W'm" Strathulytle Theatre Group
011 )1 STIINE 1111111011 hy llitlt
. ’ Martin
.1 neu' play 01 pOII'PI' and originality. the start 01 I'unl. ahaII-hearled skinhead, and his routine with lsiua strand-generation Pakistani 1 IIIISIIZII. lust-muting.
11111111 and poetic drama a Inique talent. . Ilith I] lie: Pmetlbe
23rd - Saturday 28thll pin nth-21st 8 111 hall-nee previews) 32m“ £4/£l.50
Wed/Sat £6/£2.50 Ticket Centre
at the Rantshom
Candleriggs 04] - 227 55“
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