Theatre is listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Touring shows are listed alphabetically by title at the end of the section. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication. Theatre Listings compiled by Ellie Carr.


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Tickets for mayor \etltles ill (ilasgow are available from the Ticket Centre. Calidlei'iggs. .\lon Sat III..‘~(Iam until (i..‘~tIpnl ill person or until 0pm by phone on (IlJl 227 551 I. Sunday opening is liooii 5pm -\ny 'l'icket link bos office can sell tickets for other yellues‘.

I ARCHES THEATRE \lidland Street. Ill 07%. lx\ccess: I.. I‘acihtles: “C. “S. C. G. Help :\. :\.'\]. Closed Stttts.

Pain I'lltll III I‘) -\pl'. Spill: Sat It) Apr. 7pm. L'o.5(I 4 £5 i. Radical pel'foriliance paratrooper .-\ngus l’artpihal' of .\'\':\ Organisation is back to direct (il'alialli Cunningtoli of'l‘esl Department which he co-fouiided with l‘arauharl ill the pl'eliuere of a typically collfl‘olitational show that puts the spotlight on Culililllgtoll‘s personal battle w ltli chronic l'heuiiiatoid .uthrltis Dey'eloped with the aid of a lial'clays' New Stages award alter 350i) flocked to the pilot show at .\Iay'fest I‘ll”. If you fancy digging up dirt on N\'.\ and Test Department. the two outfits

have a display of their research materials arid histories at the CCA. Until Sat 20 Apr. See Art listings for details. I’Ufll is co-produced by NVA and the CCA. Lovers Thurs 2-—Sat J May. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). New Glasgow-based company Theatre Galore present Brian Friel‘s funny. touching drama about a couple of Irish teenagers in Iurye whose plans for future happiness come under threat from outside influences.

I CCA 350 Saucliieliall Street. 333 752 l. [Accessz PPA. l.. ST. Facilities: WC. WS. H. (i. C]

How Dear To Me The Hour When Daylight Dies Sat 27 Apr—Hi 3 May (not Tue 30 Apr). 7.30pm. £5 (£2). Crazy. off-the- wall. agit-prop stuff from the Wooster Groupish Goat Island Performance Group. Rounding off a two month residency at the (CA. the l'S-bawd outfit premiere a new show merging fragments of Hitchcock's 3‘) Steps- and Renoir’s (Il'um/ Illusion with a platoon captain's speech to his troops. an lid Sullivan-style talent show set in a prison camp and a bizarre dance to Japanese techno. If you fancy joining the goats on their island. details of their four week summer school iii July can be had from the CCA box office. See preview.

A Walk In A Woman’s Mind Thurs 2 May. 8pm. £3 (L' I ). Scottish women's group I-Ingender present Shout Theatre's three- act play focusing on the issues affecting women iii the 90s.

I COTTlER THEATRE 935 llyndland Street. 357 3868.

Little Shop at Horrors Tue 23 Sat 37 Apr. 7.30pm. £5. West lind Theatre group with the oils- musical tale of the skid row tIorist where business blooms thanks to Seymour the assistant and his esotic new plant.

Lucia di Lammermoor Thurs 2; Sat -1; Mon (i; Hi 10; Mon l3; Wed 15; l’ri l7; Mon 20 May. 7.30pm. £9.50 (£7.50). See Classical and Opera listings. Part of May'fest. Ticket hotline: 287 50th).

I EAST KILBRIDE ARTS CENTRE ()ld Coach Road. liast Mains. liast Kilbrlde. ()l3552 (il()()l). |:\ccess: R. Facilities: Ill The Buck Run Hi 26 Apr. .s‘pm. L-l (L3). Iiast Kilbride‘s exuberant KI%\’()'l‘lleatre Company return for one night only with (ierry' .‘ylcllugli's short history of buskel's.

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dance as daylight dies at CCA

complete with songs from Billy Bragg

and the late .-\le\ Ilary‘ey‘. Part of \layfest.

Ticket hotline: 287 5()()().

I EASTWOOD THEATRE I‘Zastwood Recreation Centre. liastwood Park. Roukenglen Road. (iiffnock. MS 83‘)”.

Tickets also from Ii Robb on (i‘s? W127. Ix‘sccess: P. I.. ST. R. I‘acilities: WC. \\'S. (i. C]

Ten Times Table Tue 21 Sat -7 :\pr. 7.30pm: Sat mat 3pm. £5. local alli dram outfit the (iiffynock Theatre Playels with their latest production.

I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART .-\ssellibly Rooms. Ins Rellfl'ew Street. 3 ‘2 (WM, 'I'icketline; 32" 55I l.

The Threepenny Opera well I Sal I .\lay. 7.30pm; \Ved/‘I‘hurs/Sat mat I_‘~(Ipm

£1 £5. See Classical alld ()pei'a listings. Part of May fest. Ticket hothne: 2S“ Siltlti. I GLASGOW UNIVERSITY Drama Studio. \Vest ()uad. Main Building.

The Verge Sal il) :\[‘l' Sun 5 May. 7.5(Iplll. {51(250'. Student pei'lorlnel's and technicians ioiil forces with a (ilasgow-based illulti~illedia team Iol this oflbeat production by Susan (ilaspelI.


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Othello .\lt\!12‘)x\[‘l Sat I \lay. \plli

Roaming in the gloamlng: Goat Island

l‘l'ee. Student Theatre .-\t Cilasgow' lST:\(iI perform Shakespeare‘s classic iii the inipressiy’e surroundings of(ilasgow l'niyersity's I~hh century mock-(iothic centrepiece. Part of May'fest.

I Bath Street. Phone bookings. Ticket Centre. ('alidlei'iggs. see Ticket link details aboy'e l.-\ccess: l’I’.-\. |.. l-acllities: \VC. \\'S. H. (i. C. Ileh‘: .-\. ..\.-\l

Les Grands Ballets Canadiens ‘l‘hui-s

25 Sat 37 .-\pr. 7.30plll. £4 {I750 See Dance and piey'iew.

Maydance Thurs Z-Sat -I .\lay. Thurs l‘ri 8pm; Sat 5plii/ts’._‘~()pm. L5 L15. See Dance and Prontlines. Part of May fest. Ticket Ittillitlci 3S7 5000.

I PAISLEi’ ARTS CENTRE New Street. Paisley. SS7 Illlll. |.-\cce.sst I’l’.-\. l.. R. l-aclhlies: “C. “S. ll. (3. C. Help -\. -\.‘\',

The Old Man And The Angel \\ed 11 \pi. Spill. to i ii i. .\' I‘C 'l'ouring 'l‘heatle (‘oiiipauy who brought you limit/(leery last year. with a bittersw eel tale about all elderly man w ho reliyes his youth w hen an angel who looks like Shirley Temple

\ lslts his house.

Witch Doctor l‘ri 2o Apr. Spill. i L'l I. See 'l'ourillg arid preyiew.

Jock \Ved I May: Spin. co i {ll ('Iy‘deside Repertory Theatre cast Norman Young as the Scottish soldier in \V. (iordon Smith's classic play that attempts to explain how the Scots turned out to be the big. drunken. cynical but cheerful dafties that

I PAVILION THEATRE III Relilield Street. “I IS‘lo. I:\ccess: S'l'. l-aeililies: \\'S. (i. Ilelp: .-\.r\]

Please Stay t‘iiul Sat -7 .'\pl'_ 7 input; Sat (iplil/‘Ipm. to £05”. Pllik lip-gloss and shiny polyester abound ill this musical comedy love story set ill the heyday of the falllolis (ilasgow dance halls. l~eatures Chris McClure and his 'legendary” lialld reformed purely for this show with a stack of soul classics to sway along to from /'/.'l\ ()/(I Him! (If .Illlle to I 'lll/el‘ I'l'le li’mlli/u'ulk.

Let’s Have A Ceilidh \Vcd l Sat it May. .\loii Thurs "pill; I’ll/Sat 7. iltplli; iliats 'l‘ltuis 2; Sat ~l; Tue 7'. \\.'ed S; Thurs “1 Sat l I .\lay 2pm. to $50. That bastion ot Scottish popular culture The White lleathel Club alid its erstwhile stars And.“

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