I EDINBURGH FESTIVAL THEATRE l3—29 Nicolson Street. 529 6000. [Access: L. I Facilities: WC. W5. AS. H. C. T. Help: A] l Bambert Dance Company Until Sat I July. 7.30pm. £4.50—£l7.50. See Dance.

Pirates Mon IO-Sat IS July. 2pm; . 5.30pm. £5-£7.50. See Kids. I I KING’S THEATRE 2 Leven Street. 220 3 4349. [Access: R. L. Facilities: WC. W8. l H. G. Help: AA] 3 The Edge of Darkness Until Sal I July. 7.30pm. Sat Spin/8pm. £3—£6. The Colin McIntyre Repertory Company's ‘Summer Playhouse' season continues with Brian . Clemens‘s period mystery about a young girl’s memory loss. which leads to a l catalogue of terrifying flashbacks. The Sound of Murder Mon 3—Sat 8 July. Mon—Fri 7.30pm. Sat Spin/8pm. £3—£6. Anne is desperate fora divorce so she can ; cop off with lover Peter. but her hubby Charles won‘t oblige. Seems like murder i is the only option. but will they succeed? t Have they even got the bottle? William i Fairchild keeps us guessing until the end. The Late Edwina Black Mon IO—Sat l5 July. Mon—Fri 7.30pm. Sat Spin/8pm. £3—£6. Inspector Martin has a wealthy corpse and houseful of suspects on his hands in this thriller by William Dinner and William Morun. He detects a weird conspiracy. but how have these clever killers covered their tracks? 2 I MURRAYFIELO ICE RIHK Corstorphine i Road. Info: 0l604 787 777.

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Rob Inglis has adapted Mary Shelley’s gothic novel for three characters. all of which he plays himself. Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh.

l Dance: liambert Dance Company Last few shows by the outstanding contemporary dance troupe. Not to be missed. Edinburgh Festival Theatre. I Moscow State Circus Possibly the last ever Scottish tour by the cream of Russian circus performers. Death- defying stunts assured. Murrayfield. Moscow State Circus wed 5_Sun 9 July. Edinburgh; King '3 Park. Stirling. Wed—Fri 5pm. 8pm; Sat. Sun 2pm. 5pm. I sexual Peneme In Chicago £20/£15/£]()/£7 (gm/£7.50/55/g350; flat in it for the money: the cast of Loot at the Royal lyceum Mamet fever continues, to sweep the rate for WhCCICIIQIT “SCI-93 £350) POSSIbIY I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton I sheds a new skin on the first Monday of "anon m Andy AmOId S rcv‘Yal Of "‘9 'as“c"" BM“ ‘0‘” for {he thhIY - Place. 226 5425. [Access: PPA. S'l‘. R. l each month. lhc .A’Chcs Theatre 9°"?Pant S debut' trained acrobats. clowns and illusionists of ' Facimics. WC‘ WS‘ H G‘ C Help. AM J set in the steamy, swmglng Singles the Moscow State wlh‘ose future . Frankenstein Fri 30 Junc_8m I July. 8pm. I W scene ofthe 70s. 'I‘mn Theatre,

‘11“: “1mm. C) t L “IRI‘SRW 1 £6 (£3). Rob Inglis extends a repertoire of . . Glasgow .

., g p aéu‘mt? p9”. ommunm ussm' i solo shows. which include The Hobbit alld CUMBERNAULD THEATRE Kmhum‘ . Dance: Frontler LOCZII dUO h S 31.1 gond' Llc‘m' animal-free? breath- (‘lilu't'lli'll ti! Iliir to 'l faithful version ( umbcmaum‘ 01256 73258] [ACCCSSZ stopping stuffiand “'1'le playing in 1 Mn. ghcum... ,.-,.u‘,,‘k(,,‘,\.,(,m gCL; PPA. l.. s'r. R. Facilities: \\'(‘. ws. H. (i. Glasgow later in the summer. See Agenda ' ' ' C. Help: A. AA]


Incogiiita present a miniature tour of Edinburgh. with one-off

PWVICW - s. f rrnances in unex cted laces. Stctlon- . - .. ,_ ., _ I Cumbernauld Cabaret Fundraiser Sal l Per 9 s P6 P I PLAYHOUSE THEATRE Greenside Place. gégffijygeaffirflnpfm5 (PM! 8 Juh‘ July. 8pm. £5. Help raise funds to See listingsfor venues. 557 2590. [Access: R. L. Facilities: WC. I ' ' ' L L: _. . _ refurbish the studio theatre in a liver I La 0898 AUX EDIIBS Camp and WS G C t I TRAVERSE THEATRE Caiiibiidge Street. . . . - , ,

I '3’) . . . . .. .-. .- - .v ~ CVCHIHg “I It‘ll-RIG. wmul)‘ and fluffy as ever, the claSSic gay mUSical Sin in! in "'8 Rain U S l l --8 [ALLLSS. ItlLIIIIILS. \\ C . a . . . .

9 n“ at Y' ; ws‘ H. G. C] . “""Pw‘m’ls- comedy, as interpreted by Spectacular

7.30pm. Sat mat 2.30pm. £6.50—£l7.50 (concessions available). Paul Nicholas does that famous splashing through puddles thing in this all-time hit musical. as adapted and directed by Mr Musical himself. Tommy Steele.

j I KING’S PARK Stirling. Info: ()lb04 787 and Glossy Productions. Kings.

Theatre, Glasgow.

; lust Fri 30 June—Sun 9 July (not Mon 3). I 8pm. £5 (£2.50). lnnovaiory new Scottish inulti-media company Colour Clinic present a sense-fest of free-wheeling characters and emotions. scripted by Hispanic-American playwright Maria

2 Moscow State Circus Tue ll-Siin it) July. Wed—Fri 5pm. 8pm; Sat. Sun 2pm. 5pm. £2()/£lS/£l()/£7 (£l()/£7.50/£5/£3.5(); flat I MACROBEHT ARTS CENTRE University

' rate for wheelchair users: £3.50) Possibly of Stirling. Stirling. 01780 401081.

I HOYAI. lYCEUM THEATRE Grindlay ! I i F P t i i. _ h l ' l . i ‘1 I the lastever British tour for the highly [Accesst I’. I’I’A. l.. R. Facilities: WC. Street. 329 9997- IACCCSSI P. L- I"ZICIIIIICSI : buns Ohms {Hr “diff ‘lnfr-Izux UL“ trained acrobats. clowns and illusionists of WS. H‘ 0. CI

WC. W8. H. G. C. T. Help: A. AA] . y MOHL" A t ‘L‘m' 3“ prUle' the Moscow State Circus. whose future I light Shm VIII” I‘ll 30 JUIIC- 745W"- lDDt Until Sat 15 July. Mort—Sat 8pm. Monday U13" MO“ 3 JULV- 8Pm- projects are threatened by the crisis in arts £6 (£4). Merely Players present a new £5434. Sill mill 3.15pm. 56. Kenny Readings from "CW Playwmlllg by 10h” funding plaguing post-Coiitlnunist Russia. play from prize-winning author Clive clenaan directs Joe Orton's celebrated Clifford. David Greig. Gregory Motion “‘5 an gum}, c133”, minmla‘rcc. breath- Wright. Tensions rise as a dedicated nurse and wickedly funny farce. involving and OthTS. PIUS “VCJZIZL 11” in 11" stopping stuff. and will be plaving in and a difficult patient are thrown together various unsavoury characters up to their informal. relaxed MINOSPIICFC- MOIidfl)’ Glasgow later in the summer. See Agenda for a long night shift in a single room of a eyeballs in dirty deeds, Lizard is a new Traverse initiative which ; scum”. hospital ward.

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.

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