AA] that made Peggy Mount a star is the latest I ROYAL lYCEUM THEATRE Grindlay Sweet Revenge Until Sat 29 Jun. Fri in the Summer Playhouse series of Street. 330 9697, [Ag-cc“; p. t“ “Kinney 7.30pm; Sat 5pm.8pm. £3.50—£6. The popular plays. WC. WS. ll. (3. C. T. Help: A. AA]
Colin Mclntyre Repertory Company settle I HETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43 Hiin Closed Suns.
in at the King’s for anOther summer Street. 556 9579. [Access: ST. R. l.. Rough Crossing Litttil Sat 2‘) June. 8pm. season of popular plays at affordable Facilities: WC. W8. H. G. C. Help: A. L‘J-iiJ. Kenny Ireland directs tlte Royal prices. First for curtain up at this year‘s AA] Lyceum Theatre (‘tttttpany in Tom Sumtner Playhouse is the Scottish The AOVORTOTBS 0T RRQIIS 09 Fri 28 Stoppat'd‘s ctimctly about two writers \t-hti premiere ofa new thriller by Francis Jun—Sat 6 Jul. CANCELLED. have till the ettd of a transatlantic cruise to Durbridge. I PLAYHOUSE THEATRE Greenside Place. ﬁnish a play and sort ottt some turbulent The WIHSIW 80’ Tue 2-511! 6 [ACCCSSI L. inter-gust romunccg.
Tue—Fri 7.30pm; Sat 5pm.8pm; Wed mat Facilities: WC. WS. G. C] Blithe Spirit lit-i 5-8;” 37 Jul rut—r 1.1. 2.30pm. £3.50—£6. The Colin Mclntyre The Phantom of the Opera Until Sat 6 Jul. Another dash ot‘ classic ('oward comedy Repertory Company continue the Summer Mon—Sat 7.30pm. Wed/Sat mat 2.30pm. from the Royal Lyceum Theatre (‘tnnpany Playhouse season with this Terence £5—£27.50. Just as it was beginning to as they follow up last year‘s successful Rattigan drama about a family‘s ﬁght for look like a permanent fixture. Lloyd I’rit-(uc Lit-m- with this~ typically- hiring justice. Webber‘s blockbusting musical about the wedge of wit and llamboyance produced Sailor, Beware! Tue 9—Sat l3 Jul. Tue-Fri beautiful opera singer and the disﬁgured by the playwright to cheer up London in 7.30pm; Sat 5pm.8pm: Wed mat 2.30pm. young composer reaches the end of its the darkest days of World War II. See £3.50—£6. The stage version of the ﬁlm mamtnoth run. preview,
I THEATRE WORKSHOP 34 Hamilton Place. 226 5-325. [Accessz l’l’A. ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. C. Help: AA] Fragments or A Farewell Letter Read By Geologists i‘l‘l 5—Sat (i .lttl. 8pm. £3 (£2). Workshops. Sat 2‘) Jun. llatn «1.30pm. £5 (£2 i. Sat () Jul. £5 (£2). lidinburgh-hased company Colour Clinic continue their exploration of the wilder shores of tnulti- I ﬂappy nay; Director/designer media perlormance with this lollow-up to Stewart Ming creates a convincingly . last year's well-receiyctl Lust. Described . . . .
- and yet quirkin funny ambrence for
by its Quebecois writer Normand . , . , Chaurette as a 'symphonic poem'. the tale TV Producuons Version Of Bake“ 5
hangs on the failure of an expedition to ex‘Stcm'al Canker, Stafﬁng emigre
the Mekong Delta in Cambodia and Scors actress Myra McFadyen. Sec attempts to understand the mysterious review. Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. death of its leader from the fragments of :1 ii. Prisoner Cell Block II: m
letter he left behind. Directed -- as was Music” Britain’s most-lovcd scouse Lust ~- by h'ioryern McLean. See preview. drag artiste Lily Savage storms the ‘
I TRAVERSE mums Cambridge Street. 22S l-itl-i. [Access1 l.. liacilities: l.. l-‘acilities: “(1 WS. H. (i. C] Closed
stage in an unlikely musical adaptation of that tackiest of Aussie soaps; with Magic Kilpatn'ck in tow
Happy Days L’ntil Sun 30 Jun. Spin. £5 35 the ward“ the)’ can The Freak- (£2.50). (jlasgtm -basetl TV Productions - See preview. Edinburgh Festival previously known for their multi-media Theatre,
approach — offer a fresh take on Samuel I mm” spun Noe] Coward’s
Beckett's funny. symbolic tale of a woman sinkining into a mound of sand.
Scottish actress Myra McFadyen stars as , . Winnie -- her ﬁrst appearance iii her 0’10“ and Truly, Madly. Deeply. and
native Scotland for four yearsStewart Kenny Ireland’s Lyceum company Laing designs and directs. See review. can be exPeCted to make Stthh work of it. See preview. Royal Lyceum
I CUMBERNAULD mums Kildrum. " m H" Wm“? SW31“ Cumbernauld. 01236 732887. lAccess: former shows - moulding B ythe PPA. 1.. ST. R. Facilities: we. ws. H. G. Du” and 5'18“ Mccal'um ‘ are
sublimer honed love-beyond-the- grave comedy wipes the floor with
C. Help; A, AA] assembled for this one-off ‘greatest i No Expense Spared Until Sat 2‘) Jun. hits’ programme to celebrate the ﬁfth ‘33: 7.45pm. £2.5(l—L‘b. Comedy Award anniversary of Take Two \k'lllilCl’ (llld (‘Ulilit‘ SIN/i Wl‘ltL‘i' Productions. programme V-I ‘5: Morag Fullarton. teams tip with stalwart includes excerpts from Salon Janene u - 2-7 Scottish company thdcat tn a modern and Growing Up In The Super
Machiavellian comedy of bribery and corruption in Kinkeith local council.
Digging up the past: Colour Clinic in Fragments or A Farewell letter Read By Geologists
Seventies. Carrier Theatre, Glas ow. at theatre Workshop M;
This grid includes theatre and dance performances at Glasgow’s and Edinburgh’s maln 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. Thursday 4 Friday 5 Saturday 6 Sunday? " Monday 8 it rué‘s‘ttay's“ Wednesday 10 " moist—art? Silent Installation — - m.“ i- a“ — H - — - — Jazz Images Jazz Images — m— _. i .. . _ Cock-A-Doodle Dandy Cock-A-Doodle Dandy Cock-A-Doodle Dandy Cock-A-Doodle Dandy - Cock-A-Doodle Dandy Cock-A-Doodlc Dandy Cock-A-Doodle Dandy Prisoner . “ Prisoner . . . Prisoner . . . See Classical - — Hot Foot From Harte — The Winslow Boy The Winslow Boy The Winslow Boy — - Sailor. Beware! Sailor, Beware! Sailor. Beware! V Phantom . . . Phantom . . . Phantom . . . — - - - - - Blithe Spirit Blithe Spirit — Blithe Spirit Blithe Spirit Blithe Spirit Blithe Spirit - ' Fragments . . . Fragments . . . —- - I — - . i - _ __ _ _ _ _ i _ _
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