I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE Kildrum. Cumbernauld. 0236 732887. [Access: PPA. L. ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. C. Help: A. AA]

The Sweeny Todd Shock ’n’ Roll Show Until Sat 28 Jan. 7.45pm. £4 (£2). Cumbernauld Junior Youth Theatre in a musical send—up of Victorian melodrama. The Flesh Game and Costa del Packet Until Sat 28 Jan. 8pm. £4 (£2). A one-act double-bill performed by No Mean Company. the first set on a health farm. the second in some rather inferior holiday accommodation.

Human Behaviour Thurs 2—Sat 4 Feb. 7pm. £4 (£2). Paul Osborne's new play about human ill-treatment of animals is performed by 11 and 12-year-olds in Cumbernauld Youth Theatre.

No Sex Please We’re British Fri 3—Sat 4 Feb. 7.45pm. £4 (£2). The Apex Players in the farce about a fatnin coping with a deluge of pornography.

I DRAMA CENTRE AT THE RAMSHORN 98 liigram Street. 552 3489. [Access: ST. Facilities: WC. WS. G. Help: AA]

On a Stone Bridge Until Sat 28 Jan. 8pm. £6 (£2.50). A new play by Mick Martin developed by the Ramshorn New Playwright Initiative and directed by Ben Francombe. A young Yorksliireman tries to balance his twin allegiances to his Asian culture and his skinhead lifestyle. The Hamsters from Hell Until Fri 27 Jan. 1.15pm. £2 (£1). Lunchtime lunacy as Strathclyde Theatre Group tries to persuade us that rodents are taking over Glasgow.

Bold Girls Wed 8—Sat 18 Feb. 7.30pm. £6

Untrue Confessions: An Evening with Liz Lochhead Sat 28 Jan. 8pm. £6 (£5). Poems. songs and monologues from Scotland‘s favourite poet and dramatist.

I KING’S THEATRE Bath Street. Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. see Ticket Link details above. [Accessz PPA. L. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. C. Help: A. AA]

Sleeping Beauty Until Sat 4 Feb. 1.30pm on Wed 1 Feb; 2.15pm on Sat 28 Jan and Sat 4 Feb; 3pm Sun 29 Jan; 5pm on Tue 31 Jan; 7pm until Sat 28. Tue 31 Jan—Sat 4 Feb. £3—£10.75. Last year‘s show from the King's. Edinburgh moves through to give Glasgow a look at Gerard Kelly iii a dress. Also in the cast are Les Dennis. Jan Wilson and Barbara Rafferty.

I BRUNTON THEATRE Musselbtil'gh. 665 2240. (Access: L. ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. C. Help: AA]

I’ll Be Seeing You Ulitll Sat 4 Feb. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£5.25). Sat 4 mat 2.30pm (an audio-described performance). A reworking of Take 'l‘wo's successful touring show written by Stuart Thomas about wartime Glasgow and featuring many of the songs of the era. Stars Mary Riggans. See review.


Nicolson Street. 529 6000. [Access: 1..


Facilities: WC. WS. AS. 11. C. T. Help: A] Peter Pan Until Sat 28 .lan. 7.30pm. Wed.

i Thurs and Sat mats at 2.30pm.

3 I PAVILION THEATRE 121 Renfield Street. '

332 1846. [Access: ST. Facilities: WS. G. . . . . . .g musical version of J.M. Battle s classic.

3 Help: AA]

Goosey Goosey Glasgow Until Sat 28 Jan. 7.30pm until Sat 28 Jan. Sat 28 mat. 2pm. £4.75—£8.95. This year's eggstravaganza stars Andy Cameron and Dorothy Paul and is written and directed by John Bett.

I TRON THEATRE 63 Trongate. 552 4267. [Access: PPA. ST. R. L. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. C. Help: AA]

Temporary Girl Until Sun 29 Jan. 8pm. £7.50/£6 (£3/£2.50). One-woman show about office life and loves written and performed by Lisa Kotin first seen in Scotland on the Edinburgh Fringe. It's fairly insubstantial stuff but performed with a degree of verve.

j Jordan Tue 31 Jan-Sun 5 Feb. 8pm.

(£2.50). Rona Munro‘s play about Belfast 5

women trying to keep up appearances while their menfolk are shot or imprisoned is performed by Strathclyde Theatre Group and directed by Ros Casselle.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Thurs 9—Fri 10 Feb. 1.15pm. £2 (£1).

You‘ve heard the radio series. seen the TV 5 ; Compass Theatre. George Bucliner s

series. read the book . . . now you can see \\ ltat Strathclyde Theatre Group makes of Douglas Adams" best-seller in the first of a promised series of lunchtime instalments.

I KILMARDINNY HOUSE ARTS CENTRE 50 Kilmardinny Avenue. Bearsden. 943 0312. [Access: 1.. Facilities: WS. H. G. C]

£7.50/£6 (£3/£2.50). Highly rated play based on a true story about a woman who murdered her own son. Written by Anna

Reynolds. whose play Wild Things toured .

to Scotland last year. and Moira Buffini on whose experience the play is based. See preview.

Woyzeck Tue 7. Wed 8. Fri 17 and Sat 18 .

Feb. 8pm. £7.50/£6 (£3/£2.50). First of two plays brought to Glasgow by

nightmarish drama is about a man driven to despair by his girlfriend’s infidelity.

: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Thurs 9—Sal

11. Tue I4—Thurs 16 Feb. 8pm. Fri 10 and Thurs 16 mats at 1.30pm. £7.50/£6 (£3/£2.50). Compass Theatre in Shakespeare's romantic fantasy.

£5.50—£14.50. Up. tip and away with Toyah Wilcox and Frank Finlay in a

Flamenco Fire Tue 31 Jan—Sal -1 Feb. 7.30pm. £4—£l9.50. Wed mat. 1.30pm; Sat tnat 2.30pm. See dance.

Cinderella Tue 7—Sal l 1 Feb. Tile—Fri 8pm; Sat 5pm and 9pm. aid—£14.50. Lindsay Kemp shows tip

with this ‘Gothic opei‘ctta‘. a grotesque

tip-ending of the classic fairy-tale. Sec feature.

I KING’S THEATRE 2 Leven Street. 229 1201. [Access: R. 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. Help: AA]

Babes in the Wood Until Sat 28 Jan. 7pm until Sat 28 Jan. Sat mat 2.15pm. £5.50—£12.50. The King's plays the big-


Catch the best theatre this fortnight.

I Gilded Balloon Comedy Clrcu t Coming to a gag-shack near you, a new season of top-notch comedy kicking off with the cuddly Phil Kay and the bouncy Umbilical Brothers. Paisley Arts Centre. Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Gilded Balloon. Edinburgh.

I Jordan I-larrowing drama. based on the real incident of a woman murdering her son. comes to Scotlzuid after rave reviews in London. Tron Theatre. Glasgmt:

I Cinderella The celebrated hedonist Lindsay Kemp in a grotesque gothic version of the rags to riches fairy tale. Edinburgh festival Theatre.

I One Way Street Playwright David Greig goes all philosophical in his latest one-man play about people and cities. Traverse Theatre. Edinburgh. I Flamenco Fire Leading exponents of flamenco make a rettim trip to Edinburgh. Edinburgh Festival Theatre.

name celeb card with its excellent large- scale extravaganza. fielding Cannon and Ball as the key comedy players. with support from Radio Forth's Grant Scott and John Leslie as Robin Hood

Olde Time Music Hall Tue 31 Jan- Sat 4 Feb. Tue—Fri 7.30pm; Sat 5pm and 8pm. Wed mat 2.30pm. £4.50-£7 50. Duggie Chapman introduces Jimmie Cricket.

This grid includes theatre and dance performances at Glasgow’s and Edinburgh’s main theatres, more information can be found in the listings above. For events at Community Centres and other venues, see detailed listings elsewhere in this section. For details of cabaret and music events see appropriate listings. Performances shown in brackets are previews. Thursday 2 Friday 3 Saturday 4 Sunday 5 Monday 6 TueSday Wednesday 8 "Thursday 9 v " - - - - _ - Barber of Seville p Seyillemm Die by Suicide Die by Suicide (Women Beware Women) Women Beware Women Women Beware Women - - Human Behaviour No Sex Please No Sex Please - _ _ g _ :_ I - ~ _ Bold Girls __‘_ riflttgiiiyflw Sleeping Beauty Sleeping Beauty Sleeping Beauty -— ‘‘‘‘ V- l: —- - -' __ _. _ see Jazz m 5 ~ _ _A 566 Comedy " _ L _ Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan - . Wio'_ WWW-CC k _ lfI-fE’I‘IT‘ff - , I'll be Seeing You Seeing You I'll be Seeing You ~ __j____ ____~_ see Dance _____ see Dance see Dance - Cluslyl'dlfii ‘‘‘‘ __ Cinderella 9315i Elli!“ ___- Old Time Music Hall Time Music Hall Old Time Music Hall -- ~ see Dance see Dance _ _:cf_l?gn§9__ _ Joseph tipseph Joseph ~ JOScph _ r IQ-‘fl‘fl 105°?“ - -1926th On Golden Pond _ _Oti_£i.ol_den Pond On Golden Pond _—_ w - - - _ _ __fl__:_ __ g _ __ _ _ _ _ _ T— _ One Way Street One Way Street One Way Street One Way Street -— _-__ __-___ —- see Dance see Dance see Dance - -

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