THEATRE drama & dance
Box office 0141-357 3868 (4.00pm - 8.00pm)
Hyndland Street Glasgow
Home is Where the Art is in MAE - A VIEW OF MAE WEST New play by Ayshe Raif
May 27 - 31
Sun 1 June Glasgow Phoenix Choir with Podinghausen Choir ofGermany Gala Choral Concert
June 2 & 3 Take Two Productions
BARBRA AND SHIRLEY The best ﬂoor show in town! Two Great Concerts! Wed 4 June WOLF BIERMANN German folk superstar TONY MCMANUS Rising Scottish acoustic guitar hero!
Fri 6 June
See C other brochure for full details Off/1631’ and the West End Festival (June 14 to 29)
DIRECT FROM THE WEST END
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The Complete Works of William
Shakespeare (abridged )
All 37 plays in 97 minutes
ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE, EDINBURGH MON 2 - SAT 7 JUNE 7.45pm m, Wed & Sat matinee 2.30pm giggling; Box Office: 0131 229 9697
68 THE usr 30 Made Jun i997
Bitter legacy: Forbes Masson as the enigmatic Artemis in Wormwood, Catherine Czekawska's play about Chernobyl, at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
EDINBURGH DRAMA continued
ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE Grindlay Street. 23‘) 9697. |Access; l’. 1.. Facilities: WC. W8. H. (i. C. T. Help: A. AA] Closed Suns.
Snowshow Until Sat 31 May l‘ri 7.45pm; Sat Spin/8.30pm. £‘)- £l5 (ES—£12). See Touring.
The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (abridged) Mon 2 -Sat 7 Jun. 7.45pm; Wed/Sat mats 2.30pm. £l-£l5. See Touring.
ST BRIDE'S CENTRE
()rwell Terrace. 346 I405. [Accessz l’l’A. l.. ST. R. Facilities: WC. WS. (3. ('1 Closed Suns. Ticketline: 320 434‘). Stepping Out Until Sat .‘il May. 7.30pm. Edinburgh People’s Theatre present Richard llarris‘s best-know n play set in an adult education tapdanciiig class.
The Boyfriend Wed | | Sat 14 Jun. 7.30pm. £4 (£2 ). The well-known musical set iii a posh girls‘ finishing school in l‘)20s Nice is performed by pupils from lidinbnrgh's St .‘\lai'g;ii'et\ School.
34 Hamilton Place. 320 5425. [Access'
Pl’A. ST. R. l'acilities‘: WC. WS. H. (i. (‘.
What The Butler Saw l‘ri .iU/Sat .‘sI May. 8pm. £(i.50 ( £3). See Touring and review. page (i4.
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Cambridge Street. 328 I404. [Accessz l.. l‘acilities: WC. WS. H. (i. (‘l (‘losed Mons.
Wormwood l'ntil Sat 7 Jun. 7.30pm. £7
(£3.50). The world periiiiere of Catherine
Czerkawska's play takes a human perspective on the (‘lieriiobyl disaster. returning [0 the lives of [Wu sisters and their men a decade after the iiit‘aiiious nuclear power plant failure devastated their community. See review. page M. Caledonia Dreaming Sat 7~Sun (5 Jun. £8 (£4): preview l‘ri (i .lun. £4. See Touring and preview. page (i2.
Last Call Tue 3 Jun. 8pm. £ l. Performed reading of a new play from Berlin-based writer and director |.ut/ littbner. Monday Lizard Mon 3 .ltiii. .S‘pin. l-‘ree.
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first Monday of every month. Informal jazz/theatre performance night in the chilled-out surroundings of the 'l'rayerse cafe-bar. with local playwrights testing ottt material and jamming iazzers a- plenty.
; CENTRAL DRAMA
Kildi'um. Cumbernauld. 01236 732887. lAccess: l’l’A. l.. ST. R. l‘acilities: WC. Barbra And Shir
hurs S/l'ri () .lun.
' 7.45pm. £6 (£4). See 'l'otiring.
madam Ants CENTRE 7
4(il081. [Accessj ti. l’l’A. l.. R.
l'niyersity of Stirling. Stirling. 01786 Facilities:
WC. WS. H. (il
The Complete Works Of Shakespeare
(abridged) Thurs l0 .ltiii. 7.30pm. £9 (£4.50). See Towing.
This section lists all future dates in the central belt of shows that are on
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Take 'l‘wo Productions Ill a new play by Stuart Thomas about a part of pals who
are Streisand and Massey impersonators
the twist being that one of them is a male busvdriy er named Hobby. ('all (ll-ll 576 ()(ill3 for details.
(tr/tier 'l'lit'iilri: (L’iixqiiit .\lon L’l‘uc 3 Jun. Spin.
Hum/HI I’iirA ('i'tim'. /.ti mew” Wed 4 Jun. 7.30pm,
('ii/ti/n'rtiuii/i/ 'I'In'titri' Thins Sil-ii (i .ltin. 7.45pm.
Uni/tr (‘i'i'ii' (tum: “Hill/WITH!) Say 7 Jun. 7.30 iin.
Caledonia Dreaming 7:.s‘4 't‘heaiie (‘oiiipany present the latest play from the pen of Scottish hotshot l)a\ id (ii'eig. Set on a summer's night in lfdinburgli
w here a rumour is sweeping town that
local hero Sean (‘onneiy has booked itito
the (‘aledoiiian hotel the play is ahotit independence. deyoltitioii and union. ()r
is it just about a iiiillsniaii from
l"otiiitainbridge'.’ Tlie aiisw er's probably
\‘essh See pre\ iew. page ()2. ('all (H41
fm 2:10 for details.
l‘nnerw 'l‘lii'iitri'. India/turd: Sat 7 Still