WORKSHOP TOLD BY AN IDIOT the John Wright Company I’M SO BIG ")3 lringe 1 irst winners’ (On lhe Verge of l Xploding) new show. "Comic-tragedy that’s so simple it’s brilliant. Spellbinding." 6 to 8 April 8pm £6 (£3) plus CLOWN AND PHYSICAL COMEDY WORKSHOP with company members and IOHN WRIGHT MASTERCLASS
BRUSHED NYLON THEATRE THE MISUNDERSTANDING by Albert Camus
20 to 22 April 8pm £6 (£3)
1 xquisitely visual solo show from award winning writer/director. "Uncommon talent complemented by astonishing vision."
28 to 30 April 8pm £6 (£3)
DAVID CLASS MASTERCLASS
phone for full details
0131 226 5425
34 HAMILTON PLACE EDINBURGH EH3 SAX
BEDFELL 0 W5
A HILARIOUS NEW FARCE BY DAVID ANDERSON & DAVID MACLENNAN
CITIZENS THEATRE GLASGOW 26 APRIL - 13 MAY
TICKETS £6/_£2 BOX OFFICE: 0141 429 0022
stir,» 17 - 22 April 1995 7... 5:3... G's 7.30 - Sat. Mat. 2.30. Tickets £3 - £14 Ticket Centre 0141 227 5511
An amateur production by arrangement III Samuel Freed: Ud
Ul GAGE AUX FOLLEs... 42nd STREET...
passion play with a cast drawn from the church's Oasis offices.
I ST OSWAlOS HALL Montpelier Park. Believe Fri l4—Sat 15 Apr. 7.30pm. £3 (£1). Tickets from 337 1971. Edinburgh Youth Theatre in a new show directed by Mark Hamilton using mask. gesture and song to describe their tale of the self- proclairned prophet of St Kilda.
I STEPPIHO STOIIES West Bow. Grassmarket. 225 6520.
nosencrantz and Guildenstem Are Dead Until Sat 8 Apr. 7.45pm. £4 (£3). Edinburgh-based company Black Orchid present the Tom Stoppard show where all the action takes place in the wings of Hamlet.
The Birthday at the lnfanta Wed l9—Sat 22 A r. 8 m. £5. See Dance listings.
I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place. 226 5425. [Access: PPA. ST. R. Facilities: WC. W3. H. G. C. Help: AA] The Misunderstanding Thurs 20—Sat 22 Apr. 8pm. £6 (£3). Brushed Nylon Theatre continue their love of the absurd and unsettling with this production of Albert Camus' modem tragedy set in an unnamed mid-European town. See
I TRAVERSE THEATRE Cambridge Street. 228 1404. [Access: 1.. Facilities: WC. W5. H. G. C]
Brilliant Traces Until Sun 9 Apr. 8pm. £7 (£3.50). See Touring and review.
Modern Problems In Science Wed 12—8211 14. 8pm. £7 (£3.50). The Edinburgh International Science Festival go Whose Line Is It Anyway." as The Annoyance Theatre of Chicago create inspired improvisation from whacko scientific theories offered up by the audience. See preview.
I Asylum! Asylum! Wed 19—Sun 23 Apr. 8pm. £7 (£3.50). Dublin-based company Wiseguise. last seen in The Wishing Tree in anew play by Donal 0‘ Kelly which follows the trail of refugee Joseph Omara from a burning pit in Uganda to an immigrants' hostel in Berlin. See preview.
This section lists shows that are touring the central belt. There is a phone number for each company should you require more information.
I A is for Abba Bittersweet musical comedy set against the backdrop of a 70s West Coast small town and seen through the music-filled memories of four old friends at a school reunion 21 years later. Brought to you by Take Two production whose previous successes include Salon Janette and The Yellow Rose. For further info call 334 9015.
Mitchell Theatre, (ilasgoii' Until 8 Apr. 7.30pm.
Adam Smith Theatre. Kirkr‘aldv Wed 12 Apr. 7.30pm.
Den/iv Civic Theatre Thurs 13 Apr. 7.30pm.
Borderline Theatre. Avr Fri 14 Apr. 7.30pm.
Village Theatre. East Kilhride Sat 15 Apr. 7.30pm.
Hazards of immigration: Fablevision’s Saiar So Far shows that swash racia- Is no .111!
I An Gaisgeach/The Ilero 1nverness- based company 1nvisible Bouncers present a rich blend of Doric dialect. Gaelic and English language and dramatic visuals and reclaim the character of Macbeth as a Scottish hero. See review. Contact Tramway on 0141 227 5556 for more info.
'l'ranm'av, Glasgow Until 8 Apr. 7.30pm. Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Tue 1 l Apr—Sat 15 Apr. 7.30pm
I Brilliant Traces New Glasgow based company Diva learn up with Tron Theatre and director Caroline Hall to present a tale of loneliness and soul searching featuring a runaway bride who meets up with a reclusive stranger in an Alaskan wilderness. Contact 0141 552 3748 for details.
Traverse Theatre. Edinburgh Until Sun 9 Apr. 8pm.
MaeRohert A rts Centre. Stirling Tue 1 l Apr. 7.45pm.
Cain/wrnauld Theatre Wed l2—Thurs 13 Apr. 8pm.
Paisley A rts Cente Fri 15 Apr.
I Haroun and the Sea of Stories Benchtours returns home from the Netherlands with its lively. fluid and entertaining adpatation of Salman Rushdie's fantasy comic tale. More details on 0131 225 4651.
Lytlr Arts Centre Wed 12 Apr. 8pm. Dingwall Town Hall Thurs 13 Apr. 7.30pm.
MaeRohert Arts Centre, Stirling Fri 14 Apr. 2.30pm. Sat 15 Apr 2.30pm; 7.45pm. I Satar So Far A collaboration between Fablevision and Theatre Action Group. from New Delhi. this play by Chris Ballance bridges the generation gap between one family‘s roots in rural lndia and their new life in contemporary Scotland. Performed by a multi-cultural cast of Asian dance artists and Scottish- Asian actors. More info from 0141 425 2020.
Paislev Arts Centre Fri 7 Apr. 1.30pm (plus workshop); 7.30pm.
[fast K illiride A Its Centre Sat 8 Apr. 7.30pm.
.S‘epteinher in the Rain The Hull Truck Theatre Company John Godber combination that produced the cult slice- of-life drama Bonneers in a new show that sees Yorkshire couple Jack and Liz on a nostalgic trip to Blackpool after 30 years of married life. For further information call 01482 224800.
I’aisle'v Arts Centre Thurs 13 Apr. 8pm. Camber/tarth Theatre Fri 14—Sat 15 Apr. 7.45pm.
Aberdeen Arts Centre Wed 19—Sat 22 Apr.
_52 The List 7-20 Apr 1995