charge to conduct parties or individuals round the tnain galleries. Ask at the enquiry desk.
I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Kelvin Hall. Durnbarton Road. 221 9600. Mon—Sat lOam—5pm: Sun 1 lam—5pm. A museum crammed with buses. trams. lire engines. ships and other transportation. devoted to the history of transport.
Scottish Football Association Museum Trust Until 1997. Taster exhibitions of text. photographs and football memorabilia. leading up to the planned National Museum of Football at Hampden Park.
I PEOPLE’S PALACE MUSEUM Glasgow Green. 221 9600. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. [1)]. Cafe. This well- loved institution is currently undergoing a facelift. which promises to make it more relevant to Glasgow people. the city and its history. The new-look Palace should be ready by 1998. in time for its centenary. I PROVAND’S LORDSNIP 3 Castle Street. 221 9600. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sun
1 lam-5pm. The only surviving medieval house in Glasgow. built in 1471. Period room displays range from 1500—1918.
I ST MUNCO MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART 2 Castle Street. 221 9600. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun 11am—5pm. Free. [D]. A museum ofworld faith. featuring a zen garden. priceless art works from the world‘s six major religions. Dali's C Itrist ofSaint Jo/tn oft/re Cross and the story of religion in Scotland through words and pictures.
The Threads or Faith Until 3 Sept. An exhibition highlighting the range and beauty of objects used in religious worship in Glasgow‘s churches. and celebrating the common goals ofdifferent Christian denominations in the city.
I SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 1202. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [1)]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland from 1872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour of Victorian. Edwardian. World War 11 and 1960s schooldays.
Dolls, Dolls, Dolls Until 20 Aug. An exhibition of more than 100 dolls frotn the Glasgow Museums collection. restored to their former glory.
I SPRINGBURN MUSEUM Atlas Square. 557 1405. Mon—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10am—4.30pm; Sun 2—5pm. [D].
The Tenement Folk Until 31 Jan 1996. Exploring tenement life in Glasgow. an exhibition featuring reconstructions of a tenement kitchen. a back court. a 1920s school room and a cludgie. or shared water closet. They are based on photographs by 83-year-old former Glasgow Corporation architect Andrew Lillie. who is also exhibiting 26 watercolours depicting his childhood haunts.
OUTSIDE THE CITIES
Swarm Various venues. Until 2 Sept. Contact the Scottish Arts Council at ()131 226 6051 for details. A travelling gallery with work from 34 young Scottish artists. in a purpose-built exhibition space mounted on a 32ft bus chassis. The tour takes in Angus. East Kilbride. Aberdeen. Perth and Kinross. Dumfries and Galloway. Bearsden and Milngavie.
I EAST KILBRIDE ARTS CENTRE Old Coach Road. 013552 61000. Mon—Sat lOam—lOpm; Sun noon—10pm.
Faces Until 13 Aug. Glasgow-born photographer Harry Benson has captured the lives of the rich and famous for over 30 years. From The Beatles first tour of the US. to the erection and demolition of the Berlin Wall. Benson has photographed some of the most memorable images of the century.
From Earth to Earth Until 27 Aug.
Sculpture by Andrew McClintock and Ian Hamilton.
I TWEEDDALE MUSEUM Chambers Institute. High Street. ()1721 720123 Housey-Housey Until 20 Aug. Innovative and fun furniture and decoration by three young Glasgow artists.
Mackintosh Tea Rooms Until 20 Aug. Original furniture and fittings with photos and text tracing the development of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's interior designs for tea rooms.
I CRAWFORD ARTS CENTRE North Street. 01334 474610
The Ties That Bind Until 20 Aug. Textiles by Marcelle Kelly.
Cast, Carved and Constructed Until 20 Aug. Work by members of the Edinburgh. Glasgow and Scottish Sculpture Workshops.
Lectures are listed by city, than by date.
John Bellany Talbot Rice Gallery. Sat 12 Aug. 2.30pm. £2.50. Bill Hare discusses the artist's new work.
Alan Johnston Royal Botanic Garden. Sat 12 Aug. 3pm. Free. Charles Carpenter gives an illustrated lecture to accompany the exhibition in lnverleith House.
Two Views or Home National Gallery Of Scotland. Fri 1 1 Aug. 12.45pm. Free. Norman Coady gives a talk on the work of J.M.W. Turner.
Wolfgang Tlllmans Stills Gallery. Sat 12 Aug. 3pm. Free. A unique opportunity to meet the gallery's exhibiting photographer for an informal viewing and chat about his or (ifapplicable) your work. Phone Kate Tregaskis to book a place on 225 9876. John Latham Edinburgh College of Art. Sun 13 Aug. 10am. Free. The artist chairs a debate entitled ‘Art Subsumes Science’. investigating the relationship between art. science and society.
Antonio Canova and Miss Mary Berry — a singular relationship Royal Scottish Academy. Mon 14 Aug. 5.15pm. Free. Jane Clifford gives one of three talks on the National Gallery’s current resident. The Three Graces.
Francis Bacon And The Brutality or Fact 1985 Scottish National Gallery Of Modern Art. Mon 14 Aug. 12.45pm. Free. Part of the From London ﬁlm series. an hour-long conversation bettt'een the artist and David Sylvester.
light From The Dark Room Royal Scottish Academy. Tue 15 Aug. 5.15pm. Free. Sara Stevenson discusses the gallery‘s current photography exhibition.
Geoffrey MacEwan Glasite Meeting
.House. Tue 15 Aug. 6pm. Free. a
discussion on the creative process of the artist.
Scottish Paintings From The Flemings Collection Royal Scottish Academy. Wed 16 Aug. 5.15pm. Free. Bill Smith talks you through the impressive selection of work in the National Gallery's Hit/den Assets exhibition.
Andres Serrano Assembly Rooms. Wed 16 Aug. 7.30pm. £5 (£4). Guardian critic Mark Lawson interviews Portfolio Gallery‘s exhibiting photographer. Portrait or Herbert Spencer Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Wed 16 Aug. 12.45pm. Free. Jeanne Cannizzo discusses Sir Hubert von Herkomer's work.
The School or London Abroad Royal Scottish Academy. Thurs 17 Aug. 5.15pm. Free. David Cohen gives a talk on the From London exhibition at the National Gallery Of Modern Art.
Regular weekly clubs plus one-oft events are listed by city, then by day, then alphabetically by title. Clubs will be listed, provided that up-to-date details reach our offices at least seven days before publication. Club Listings compiled by Rory Weller.
I The Ark at The Tunnel. 10.30pm--3am. £5 (£3). A totally rammed night with residents Michael Kilkie and Scott Mackay directing the tnain room house style. while Duncan Reid and Simon Foy blow the system in Room 2.
I Bennet's 1 Ipm—3am. £4. Gay. Corntnercial dance with a Euro slant and
I The Cathouse lOpm—3am. £3.50 (£3 with ticket). Well-respected rock- orientated night in Studio 2. with Rubber Soul in Studio 1 and Katch in Studio 3. I Cleopatra’s l().3()pm—2.30am. £6. Disco. chart and mainstream with DJ Davie Johnston.
I The Corner 9pm—-c|ose. Free. Robert Wilson with classic house.
I Fluid at R.G.‘s. Spin—midnight. Free. The best in garage and house from 1)J Kevin.
I Friday at Cotton Club at Cotton Club. 10.30pm—3am. £4 (£2.50 with matric card). A studenty mix of indie. dance and pop. £1 bottled beer and vodka.
I Glamour Seasonal Colour at Club Xchange. 1 lpm—3am. £4 (£3). Gay. Ms Alston. housemaid extraordinaire. £1.50 bottles of Beck‘s.
I Helter Skelter at The Venue. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2.50). Long-serving rock/indie/70s/funk/kitsch night. Started in 1988. the night still has the original DJ. I Katch at The Cathouse. Studio 3. 10pm~3am. £3. 1ndie/studenty/gotxl time vibes. All drinks £1.50.
I love Bug at The Garage. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). Commercial dance with DJ Graeme.
I Mean Streets at The 13111 Note (basement). Spin—midnight. Free. The club that ably charts the history of rock and roll from Elvis to Portishead.
I Phar Dut at Glasgow School of Art (upstairs). 9.30pm—1ate. £2.50. A smokin' night of eclectic black mtisic sponsored by Dr Jives and Stussy. Resident DJ Paul Cawley is joined every week by guest DJs Nick Peacock. Marc from R.A.1). or Colin from Bomba.
I Radio City iii The Attic. 10.3(1pm—3am. £3 (£2). The original retro club. packed out every week. Stax. Motown. Who etc. I Reds 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£3 for students before midnight). Easy-going mix of disco. funk. hip hop and rap. Smart and intimate club with an affable clientele.
I Rubber Soul at The Cathouse. Studio 1. 10pm—3am. £3. 60s and 70s music.
I Shag at Fury Murry's. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Maintaining the legacy of the traditional student night.
I Sin at Rhapsody l 1pm—3am. £5 (£3). All drinks £1.50. Derrick and Sam Wallace playing ‘a mixed bag of heavenly house' to a principally commercial crowd. I Silver New club on a house tip featuring Christian Buigozza plus special guests every fortnight.
I Slam at The Arches. 10.30pm-3am. £7. Still keeping the momentum going. Slam is one of the few clubs in Glasgow that is working on a truly national level. Underground. upfront. technologically- tninded dance music frotn Stuart and ()rde.
I Sonic at Rooftops (Secrets Lounge).
1 lpm—3am. £3 (£2 students/flyer). ‘Alternative. indie and good time music'. now in its third year.
I Soundclash at The 13th Note (ground floor). Spin—midnight. Free. Long-running listening experience based around heavy dttb rhythms and quality techno.
I Stepping Out at The Voodoo Room. 11pm—3am. £5 (£4). Girls free before midnight. The brothers Barr (Colin and Mel) host a night ofclassic disco. nu soul and house. All drinks two for the price of one. midnight—l am.
I Sweet As at The Volcano.
1 1pm—2.30am. £5 (£3). DJ Alan Ronalds. the long time resident Volcano DJ with mainstream dance. rap. funk and pop.
I The Tuxedo Princess 9pm—3am. £4 (£3). No curfew. The Future management present the Future DJ team with a night of mainstream techno. Bud £1.50 all night. I The Yard at Sub Club. 1 lpm—3.30am. £5 (£3). Award-winning DJ Gareth Sommerville (Yip Yap. Edinburgh) with a lighter blend ofhouse and garage.
I Alchemy at Bar Belgos. 9pm—ntidnight. Free. Underground house music front DJ Brian.
I Bar 10 9pm—midnight. Free. The deep club sounds of DJ Nick Peacocket al guiding your Saturday night.
I Bennet‘s 1 lpm-3am. £5. Gay. Commercial dance.
I 8PM at The Tuxedo Princess. 9.30pm-«3am. £7 (£5 “yer/£4 students). Techno and Italian piano house featuring regular live acts.
I Burnin’ at Strathclyde University Student Union (Reds Bar). 10pm—3am. ‘A tacky student night' is how they describe it. and who are we to argue?
I Cafe Loco at The Arches. 10.30pm—3am. £6 (£5).12 Aug. Monthly. More indecently congenial shenanigans combining slightly bizarre theatrical happenings with clubeuristic discharges front Nick Peacock and Bobby Bluebell. I The Cathouse. 10pm«3am. £4 (£3.50/£3 before 11pm). Sweaty. rock- orientated club on two floors. Trad rock and contemporary rock
I Classic FM at Fury Murry‘s. 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£4). lndie-pop/indie- dance shenanigans from Jim Downie.et al. I Cleopatra’s llpm—3am. £6. Mainstream commercial vibe.
I The Corner 9pm—close. Free. Andy Young with ajazz. Latin. salsa night plus like-minded bands.
I Divine at Glasgow School of Art. 10pm—late. £2.50. The perennially popular Divine mixes up an eclectic mix based in indie. funk and retro sounds.
I Dream Sequence at Rooftops (Secrets Lounge). 10.30pm-3am. £2.50. Long- established indie night with a friendly vibe. Rooftops now sports a fab new sound system and is bigger too.
I Fresh Cream at The Volcano.
l 1pm—2.30am. £5 (£4 with rnatric card).
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