132 Union Street, Glasgow G1 399 (0141) 221 0890
Wednesday 17th May 6.30pm
. Author of Blue Afternoon will be signing copies' of his new book
The Destiny of Nathalie X.
ALL WELCOME ADMISSION FREE.
To reserve a signed copy please call
0141 221 0890.
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‘Fcist writes fantasy of epic scope,fast-moving action and vivid imagination’ l'l’ashingtmz I’ust
Following ihe Royal National Theatre’s Nl‘ -\'-\I.\I\.\1.
sell—out London run
Arthur Miller’s award winning new play
Winner of two Olivier Awards including Best Play Directed by David Thocker
In Brooklyn, in 1938, a Jewish womongfli} j
loses the use of her legs. ls her paralysis; _ linked to her obsession with the Nazisgér 357 does the cause lie closer to home? ’
"This is a great, brooding, powerful play, darkly " humorous, and fiercely compassionate. A great _ _, moving experience: do I! miss it on any account”
The Sunday Times
30 May - 3 June
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