David Greig’s black comedy reveals a disillusioned 90's family . . . a family so tense, they're tearing themselves apart.


Leo Black, architect and patriach. Blame the architect.

Paulina Black, his wife. I For better or worse.

Martin Black, his son. _. Disillusioned, unemployed and dispossessed, your typical British youth - with a .- serious case of Generation X

Dorothy Black, his dutiful daughter, secretary and serial hitch-hiker.

Sat 24 Feb-Sun 10 Mar Box Office 0131 228 1404

Tickets £7(£3.50/£2)


1996 new moves across europe

m . moves "the extraordinary

Josef Nadj opens the festival with his brilliant, desolate version of Woyzeck"

The Herald

Joset Nadj presented in collaboration with Alliance Francaise de Glasgow, AFM and supported by British Midland.

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Tue 21 - Wed 28 February Tramway 8pm £6.00 (£2.50)

full guide available: 0141 221 8898 box office: 0141 221 55"

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