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CENTRE Ill lIVINGSTON Sat I9 October, IOam - 4pm

Mosaic Workshop with Sarah Daly {lo/£12 conc

Sat l9 October, 2.30pm The Hydro Electric Tour Of The Princess and the Pirate

by Edinburgh Puppet Company £2.50 individual/£8 family

Sat 19 October, 8pm Michael Marra In Concert

"Scotland's undiscovered national trea- sure" The List l6/C4 conc

Tues 29 & Wed 30 Oct 7.30pm

“All The Best” from Dorothy

Dorothy Paul presents all the best bits from her last four solo shows of laughter and reminiscence {9.50/0 conc

Thurs 3| October, 8pm Come All Ye

Open session for local folk musicians and singers {Z/CI conc

DISTRICT VIle Wednesdays, 9 Oct - 4 Dec

Song Workshop Singing for Fun! Burgh Halls, Linlithgow T.45pm-9.4Spm {2.11.25 cor.c

Sat l9 October, doors open 7pm

Ruebislah In Concert

Regal Community Theatre, Bathgate £4/£2.50 conc

Mon 2| - Wed 23 October Puppet Workshop

with Sylvia Troon Regal Community Theatre. Bathgate

Age 6-8 years: lOam-IZnoon £6 Age 9-12 years: le-4pm, £9




Lip Service present

Move Over Moriarty


Friday I lth 8: Saturday I2th October

8pm £6/£1

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'l' H [2‘ A ’I‘ R [5 Thu 10 Oct 8pm

John Martyn ARDAL O’IlApNLON

Star of Channel 4’s Father Ted

Tue 15 Oct: 8:11: in the studio

Sex - A Girl's Survival Kit

Louise Rennison tells you all you need to know! VERY RUDE AND VERY FUNNY

Wed 16 Oct: 8pm in the studio

The Prophet

Renu Setna performs the mystical and powerful piece by Kahlil (iibran.

Thu 17 Oct: 8m

Four Men and a Dog

Exciting. frodifionol Irish band

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I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE Kildrum. Curnbemauld. 01236 732887. [Accessz PPA. L. ST. R. Facilities: WC. W8. H. G. C. Help: A. AA]

Sweethearts or The Yellow Rose Until Sat 5 Oct. 7.45pm. Fri/Sat £7 (£4).

C umbemauld Theatre and Paisley Arts Centre join forces to present Stuart Thomas’s comedy. based round the west of Scotland's love affair with good ole country music. See review.

The Crisp Poke Effect Wed 16-Sat 19 Oct. 7.45pm. £5 (£2.50). Community play by Brian .1. Miller travelling forward in time to a possible C umbernauld of the future where robots run amok and eco- disasters reign.

I MACRORERT ARTS CENTRE University of Stirling. Stirling. 01786 461081. [Accessz P. PPA. L. R. Facilities: WC. W8. H. G]

Portrait Of A Woman Fri 4/Sat 5 Oct. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50); £6 (£3). Powerful courtroom drama from Scottish company Communicado. based on the real-life 50$ trial ofa Frenchwoman in the dock for murdering her lover.

Klub Wed 9 Oct. 7.45pm. £6 (£3). See Touring.

Julius Caesar Thurs 10—Sat 12 Oct. 7.45pm; Fri mat 2pm. £6 (£3). See Touring and review.

The Belle Vue Tue lS—Wed 16 Oct. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50); apex £6 (£3). See Touring.

Fish 0r Man? Thurs 17 Oct. 7.45pm. £6 (£3). The intriguingly named Tragic Carpet Company with a funny modern- day fable about three tourists on Mull who get more than they bargained for with a surprise history lesson on the island's long record of invasion and eviction. courtesy of some mythical CTCiIllII‘CS.


This section lists shows that are touring in the central belt.

I A Border Crossing Bright young London-based choreographer Mark Bruce is one of four dancemakers contributing to this unique triple bill of new work which also features the talents of nine of Scotland‘s best dancers. Other choreographers taking part are Scottish- based duo Incognita with Alibi and Arlette George. also based in Scotland. with The .S‘elkie. See review. Call Dance Productions on 0131 557 3839 for more information.

Trove/ire Theatre. [ft/inhnrgh Sat 5/Sun 6 Oct. 8pm.

Mat-Robert Arts Centre, Stirling Fri 1 1 Oct. 7.30pm.

I Hamlet/Julius Caesar Theatre Babel alternate between a revival of their rough ‘n‘ ready take on the bard's longest and best-loved tragedy Hum/e! and a new touring production of his dark political thriller set among the machinations of the

senate. Julius Caesar. See review. Call 0141 226 8806 for more information. MacRobert Arts Centre. Stirling Thurs 11/Fri 12 Oct. 2pm; 7.45pm. Cumbernauld Theatre Mon 28-Wed 30 Oct. 1.30pm; 7.45pm.

Cottier Theatre. Glasgow Tue l9-Sat 23 Nov. lpm; 7pm.

Tramway. Glasgow Mon 25-Sat 30 Nov. Ipm—8pm.

I Men Should Weep Tony Graham directs the actors of TAG Theatre Company and Dundee Rep in Ena Lamont Stewart's proud. epic tale of strong women. nosy neighbours and brittle men in a typical 30s Glasgow tenement. See review. Call 0141 429 2877 for more information.

Tramway. Glasgow Tue 8-Sat 19 Oct. 7.30pm.

Traverse. Edinburgh Wed 30 Oct—Sun 3 Nov. 7.30pm.

I Closed Circuit Govan Youth Theatre perform Mike English's future shock-ish play. set in a scary authoritarian 2020 Britain where the education system is automated and teachers are no longer required. Call 0l4l 337 3584 for further information.

The Pearce Institute, Glasgow Fri 1 l/Sat 12 Oct. 7.30pm.

The C ottier Theatre, Glasgow Tue lS/Wed 16 Oct. 8pm.

The Rams/torn Theatre. Glasgow Thurs 17/Fri 18 Oct. 7.30pm.

I The Belle Vue Bn'tish premiere of Od6n Von Horvath's ‘tart comedy‘ pre- empting the rise of facism in inter-war Europe. performed by a united front of Actors Touring Company and the Northcott Theatre. Exeter. See preview. Call Tron Theatre on 0141 552 4267 or MacRobert Arts Centre on 01786 461081 for further information.

Tron Theatre. Glasgow Tue 8—Sat 12 Oct. 8pm.

Mat'Robert Arts Centre, Stirling Tue lS/Wed 16 Oct. 7.30pm.

I Bold Girls Double whammy for popular Scottish playwright Rona Munro as her tale of everyday life in troubled Belfast. seen through the eyes of three strong- willed women. is performed across East Lothian by Brunton Theatre Company. while over in the west. Ayr-based Borderline Theatre Company are about to embark on a tour with their version of the show. Details next issue. See preview. Call 0131 665 9900 for further information on the Brunton Theatre tour. Town Hall, Mtt.s‘.s'c'llittrglt Thurs I7—Sat 19 Oct. 7.30pm: Sat tnat 2.30pm.

Marine Hotel. North Berwick Wed 23/T‘hurs 24 Oct. 7.30pm.

Preston/tans Community Centre Fri 25/Sat 26 Oct. 7.30pm.

The Corn Ere/range. Hat/dington Wed 30 Oct-Fri 1 Nov. 7.30pm; Sat mat 2.30pm. Dunbar Grammar School Thurs 7—Sat 9 Nov. 7.30pm; Sat mat 2.30pm.

I Klub Frantic Assembly's fast-paced. physical look at 90s club culture and all things associated returns with a cast




An award-winning and stirring play, alive with humour, looking at the lives of women in troubled Belfast 17 - I9 Oct at 1.30pm Sat Mat l9 October at 2.30pm Husselburgh Town Hall 23 - 24 October at 7.30pm Marine Hotel, North Berwick 25 - 26 October at 7.30pm Prestonpans Community Centre 30 October - l November at 7.30pm Haddington Corn Exchange 7 - 9 November at 7.30pm Sat Mat 9 November at 2.30pm Dunbar Grammar School

Tickets 26 (Full) £5 (Conc) £4 (Matineee)

See theatre of the highest quality this autumn


Rona Munro

CHILDREN’S EVENT - THE HAPPY GANG PRESENT THE HAPPY GANG ON A HIGHLAND FLING Friday 25 October at I lam and 2pm Port Seton Centre Tickets (2.50 (Full) £1.50 (Conc)

For bookings for all performances, brochure or furthef'dwflsxontact Brunton Theatre Box Office. Brunton Hall, Musselburgh Mon - Sat, 10am - 6pm, on 0|3l 665 2240

62 The List 4-17 Oct 1996