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I ROYAL HIGHLAND snow Thurs 22-Sae 25, Sam—8.30pm. ly Edinburgh Airport, lngliston, Edinburgh. Thurs/Fri: £12 (£6); Sat: £9.50 (£4.50); See £8.50 (£4). Halt price admission atter 4pm except Sun. Car park £3. Quite simply the biggest, most

comprehensive and best agricultural event in Scotland. You’ll need more than a day

to see all the taming demonstrations, lood tronI Scotland displays, judging rings, crait lairs, farm machinery and livestock. Sunday is the best day to visit for tamilies, with spectacular entertainment in the main ring including chariot racing and aerobatics.

I CUPAII FESTIVAL Sat 17/Sun 18, 1-11pm. Duitus Park, Balgarvie Road, Cupar. £12 weekend ticket including camping, £6 per day lrom 0131 667 7776. Hot quite Glastonbury, but the extraordinarily good Zairian guitarist Iliblo Diban with his ten- piece soukous band headline the main stage on Sunday. Besides the lull line-up of artists throughout the two days (including The Pearliishers, pictured above), there’s an assortment oi stalls, beverage merchants (both alcoholic and relreshing) and purveyors at line food. For details of on-site camping phone 01334 652 874.

I CIIASIIO TIIE ORACOI Sun 18. 2.30pm. l I FOR GOO INC AND COUNTRY Sun 25. Drumpellier Country Park, Townhead 2.30pm. Bothwell Castle. Uddingston (off Road. Coatbridge. Free but book first on the B7071). £1.50 (£l/75p). 01698

01236 422257. No. not a narcotic 816894. The Carriek 800 Battle Re- extravaganza. but an opportunity to find enactment Society relive Scotland's part out about the dragonflies and damseil'lies in the Civil War with Cavaliers and

that skim around the waters of the park. 5 Highlanders joining in ‘fierce rapier

I CLOTHES SRO. SHOW Sat l7—Tue 20. I melée‘ with Cromwell‘s Roundheads. 9am—6pm. SECC. Finnieston Quay. j Bothwell Castle is open Mon—Wed: Glasgow. £15 (Sat/Sun) £10 (Mon/Tue). 9.30am—6pm. Sat: 9am—6pm; Sun:

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10am—5pm. Summerlee Heritage Trust. West Canal Street. Coatbridge. 01236 431261. See photo caption.

I A MIOSUMMER HIGHT’S SCREAM Sun 25. 7pm. The Mansion House. Linn Park. Sitnshill Road. Glasgow. 0141 637 1147.

3 An evening of madness and mayhem in j the midsummer twilight. I MIOSUMMER’S EVE CRUISE Thurs 22.

. 7—11pm. Custom House Quay. Greenock.

£8.50 (£4.30). 0141 221 8152. Erroneously named (Midsummer‘s Day is Sat 24) cruise to the head of Loch Goil on the lVal‘t’rlt')‘ paddle steamer with the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society. Pick-up points also at Helensburgh and Blairmore.

I PAISLEY FESTIVAL Sat 16 June-Sat 1 July. Various venues around Paisley. Full details from 0141 889 3151 extension 222. Paisley‘s annual bash with the arts includes plenty of Days Out action. Coats Observatory (0141 889 2013) with its planetarium is open daily. Barshaw Park is the venue fora gala day on Sat 17. noon—5pm. with a serious amount of family entertainment. On Wed 21. several

' events aimed specifically at women will be held at Paisley Town Hall. Abbey

Close. The Festival culminates in Sma’

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i 25. noon—5pm. The Tramway. 25 Albert

Drive. Glasgow. £2 (£1). The Tramway's exhibition hall will be transformed into a colourful market square with stalls.

Pakistani food and stage performances by

j local and visiting artists. See Folk and ' World Listings for details of gala concerts. 3


10pm—12.30am. Glenifer Braes Country Park. Glen Lodge. Glenfield Road. Free. 0141 884 3794. A dusk walk to watch the sunset from the Braes and see the standing stone.

I WILOFAIR ’95 Sun 18. l 1am—4pm. Calderglen Country Park. Strathaven Road. East Kilbride. Free. 013552 36644. The Scottish Wildlife Trust's annual conservation extravaganza with displays and exhibitions from several of the leading Scottish conservation bodies. Also live music. arts and kids entertainment throughout the day.

l I HISTORIC VEHICLE RALLY Sun 25, 10am-5pm. Summerlee Heritage Trust, West

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Canal Street, Coatbridge. 01236 431261. Free. You just can’t seem to get away lrorn the old bangers this fortnight! Summerlee make a special ieature ol their mil-strong

s collection on Sun 25, with a range at added entertainments including traditional

games from Fair Play and tramrides. This 20 acre museum illustrating 200 years oi Scottish industry and people is open daily. Features include Scotland’s only working tramway, displays at working historic machinery, re-created miners’ cottages and an underground coalmine. Refreshments are served at the Ironworks Kitchen.