ANDY WEATHERALL has ’13)"; , ' t .T' (51 . is: reinvented himselt more ' ' " r? -' ‘ ' = times than David Bowie. loved and loathed in equal parts, Weatherall is the original ‘moody DJ’. Best known tor his production on Primal Scream’s E g g It, Screamadelica, he has w £31313 recorded (as Sabres 0t Paradise, Bloodsugar and i ‘52,; The Sabrettes) and BJ’ed ;.
(dub, reggae, house, 3 7 techno) at the cutting edge . ' ot the dance music scene ‘ '1 ' tor years. Currently in ‘ ‘ ’ 2;; "f residence at his monthly 1. . club Bloodsugar, he is about " " to cause more mayhem with
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The Lone Swordsman. Andy
Weatherall: innovator and
outsider. Expect the
unexpected. (Jim Byers)
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ALAN BATES (seen here with RACHEL PICKUP) is best known for such classic movies as Zorba The Greek. (iemyv Girl and ll’mnen In Late. for television roles in John Mortimer's Voyage Round My Father and Alan Bennett’s An Englishman Ahmad. and most recently as Mel Gibson's scheming Uncle Claudius in Zel’ﬁrelli‘s Hunt/e1. He's no stranger to the West End either. but his prominence as a stage actor is easily forgotten in these parts. That will be remedied when l-‘mtnneir l-‘uu/ arrives. hotfoot from Chichester Festival Theatre. First performed 150 years ago in St l’etershurg. lvan 'l‘urgenyev's comedy centres on a gentleman down on his luck who falls prey to unscrupulous servants and haughty citizens in a vivid. Gogolesque satire of l‘)th century Russia. A dark secret is lurking in the man‘s wardrobe. and that‘s what makes him . . . well. you'll just have to see it to ﬁnd out.
Fortune 3‘ Fun] begins the ('Iasxie (in/(l Drama Season at the K ing '5‘ Theatre. lz'tlin/nu'g/t. Tue 24—51:! 28 Sept.
TWINS is the title of this sculpture by Kerry Stewart, who’ll be remembered by those who visited the Scottish National Gallery ot Modern Art during the British Art Show this spring. Iler contributions (in collaboration with Ana Genoves) included Man In love, a lite-size Chewbacca lookalike in painted fibreglass, and Party Ilere Tonight, a neon sign bearing that legend. In her questionnaire, the Paisley-born sculptor - whose work has been seen in Budapest, Berlin, Frankfurt and Paris - gave ‘interpreter at the Europarliament’ as her most likely non- artistic career and ‘cashmere’ as the material she most likes against her skin. Her debut solo show in her native country opens in Glasgow this tortnight, and also includes the sheet-with-eyeholes thst and - intriguineg - The Boy From The Chemist Shop ls Ilere To See You. ‘ Kerry Stewart: Sculpture is at 00A, Glasgow, Sat 28 Sept-Sat 9 Nov.
2 The List 20 Sept-3 Oct I996