- THE SCOTTISH ARTS COUNCIL - -
APPLICATIONS FOR SUPPORT ARE
INVITED FROM THE FOLLOWING FUNDS
Performing Arts Department: Drama
The purpose of this fund is to support individual playwrights and aSSist with the creation of both full length and short plays. The fund will offer financial assistance in the form of a £4,000 bursary for a full length play or £2,000 for a short play ( l. e. not one intended to occupy a full evening's presentation).
To develop drama activities for and with young people through the appointment of a professional theatre practitioner for a residency with an existing arts organisation or local authority.
Closing date for both schemes: Monday 9 October 1995
Further details available from: Drama Office Performing Arts Department Scottish Arts Council
12 Manor Place Edinburgh EH3 YOU
The Scottish Arts 00uncil operates an equal opportunities policy.
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§ *“David Mamet overtones, hut l'ar musters."
*“A riveting piece ol~ theatre...'l‘he ' writing is pithy and l'ieree. "Drum-Logs:
‘ 'See him now before Channel 4 give him his own Friday Night Series'
Ricochet Dance Company
‘ "Curious Seeds" Journey Company
i I Dream Before'l Take the Stand and other plays by Arlene Hutton
a contrasting and powerful 2~part programme of work by Russell Maliphant and Javier de Frutos
more sympathy than .\ lamet ever New T'ort Newsday
"Performers of rare excellence" THE GUARDIAN
"A programme which leapt out from the stage" THE DANClNG TIMES
.. at *"I’rm'ocati \‘C. 0.0101] Broadway Review St Brides Centre, 14-19 August 1995, 6pm Adam House Theatre 0 Venue 34 0 5 Chambers St I4 - 2!) August (cx Sun) 4230 pm. (5 45 p in l Box Ofﬁce T'Ckets 'I'ickets: £4.50 (£4 00) ' Box Ofﬁce: 650-8200
a sell-out Mayfest hit at The Citizens!
“a vigorous, lethally well-observed new play...a kind of
deadly serious Abigail's Party for our times" Joyce McMillan Scotland on Sunday
Backstage l - The Gilded Balloon 14 August - 2 September l2 30pm Tickets £4i£3 Box Office 0131 226 2151
Razor Sharp comedy from the 1994 Perrier Best Newcomer.
Pleasance Cabaret Bar (Venue 33) v ‘ 6.50pm £6.50 / £5.50
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Top US comedy from EDDY STRANGE, making his debut in Edinburgh after public and critical acclaim in the UK earlier this year.
Soulhside (Venue 82) 1 1.30pm 5500/5400 Box Office 667 7365
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Brilliant character comedy from the weird & wonderful DAV! THOMPSON. With his illﬂtting Suit and specs,
this rinnocent oddball' is let loose onstage; often unwittingley outrageous..... always entertaining.
Southside (Venue 82) 10.15pm £5.00/£4.00 Box Ofﬁce 667 7365
.- Genial comedian BERT TYLER-MOORE brings his tirst one-man show to Edinburgh. From coming out through to turning 30.
Bertiesomething is a trank and telling series of snapshots from Bert 5 life.
Southsitic (Venue 82) 7.45pm £5.()()/£4.()() BOX ()III(‘(‘ ()67 7365
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