THEATRE drama & dance
a season of physrcat performance
Feb - Mar 98
Tickets 8: Brochure: 0141 887 1010
Scottish Dance Theatre Fri 27 & Sat 28 Feb 7.30pm
‘a revelation the next time there '9 a performance. don't miss it'
FRANTIC ASSEMBLY Zero
Wed 4 Mar 7.30pm provocatively confrontational
performed with great charm and vigorous energy'
KOKUMA DANCE THEATRE CO One / Signs of the Times
Fri 6 & Sat 7 Mar 7.30pm
‘fast - moving. vibrant dance that celebrates the textures and
syncopations of African dance and African music'
Tickets SIB/£2 cone
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DRAMA & DANCE LISTINGS continued
This section lists all future dates in the Central Belt of shows that are on toun
An Actress Prepares Wildcat Stage Productions present this one-woman comedy starring Juliet Cadzow. Recovering from the opening week of Tire Prime OfMis's‘ Jean Brodie. an actress awaits the reviews and thinks back on her life in the theatre. Will she make the matinee perfonnance'? Call Wildcat on 0141 420 3161 for details.
East K ill2ride Arts Centre Fri 20 Feb. 8pm.
Wester Hal/es Education Centre Mon 23 Feb. 8pm.
Craigntillar Arts ( ‘entre Tue 24 Feb. 7.30pm.
Muirhonse Festival Ar'tii'ities' (’entre Wed 25 Feb. 7.30pm.
HarhourArts' Centre. Il'l‘litt’ Sat 28 Feb, 7.45pm.
Borderline Theatre. Ayr Sat 7 Mar. 7.30pm.
Talbooth Theatre. Stirling Sat l4 Mar. 8pm.
Cottier Theatre. Glasgow Tue 24 —Sun 2‘) Mar. 8pm.
Albertine, In Five Times Clyde Unity Theatre presents Martin Bowman and Bill Findlay‘s Scots translation of Quebecois playwright Michel Tremblay's all-woman play. In this spiritual piece. 70-year-old Albertine. resident in a nursing home. is joined by her four younger selves as she struggles to find some lasting peace. Call Clyde Unity Theatre on 0141 353 0905 for details. See review. page 63. anton Theatre. rllrt.s‘.s‘t'li)tirelr Fri Sat 21 Feb. 7.30pm.
Theatre Workshop, lit/in/mrgh Tue 2-1 Sat 28 Feb. 7.30pm.
Cuttin' A Line Jazz Art (UK). the Edinburgh-based contemporary jazz. dance company presents its new repertory. This includes After Midnight to the classic jazz.
Barrheacl Sports Centre, BARRHEAD Tuesday 3 - Saturday 7 March 1998
Box Office: 0141 577 4970
Tickets irom £6.50
68 THEUST 20 Feb—S Mar 1998
Reach for the skies: Jazz Art (UK) in Cuttin‘ A Line on tour
sounds of Duke lillington‘s ‘Nutcr‘acker Suite' and .hon/iin' to music from The Prodigy and other contemporary bands. Call Jar/.1. Art (UK) on ()l3| 228 l l l7 for details.
lit/inlntrgh l-estiial Theatre Tue 3 Mar. 7.30pm.
Arches 'l'herttre. Glasgow Wed 4 —Fri 0 Mar. 7.30pm.
One 8: Sign Of The Times Kokuma Dance (‘ompany are well known for their vibrant. exciting contemporary work. which aims to tear traditional African/(‘ar'ibbean dance out of the mtrseum and thrust it back into modern life. This new double-bill features the Kokuma trademarks of dynamic. flowing dance. stunning percussion and an exciting exploration of artistic and cultural traditions. Call Kokuma Dance (‘ompany
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Brunton 'I'heatre. Mrts‘s‘ellmrgh Wed 25 Feb. 7.30pm.
Paisley Arts Centre Fri 0 & Sat 7 Mar. 7.30pm.
The Hansel Gretel Machine The David Glass Ensemble perform this loose physical. visual and musical theatre adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale as the first part of a lost Child Trilogy. The Hansel Gretel Machine is inspired by children's art work and experience as well as international news stories of abandonment. Call venues for details. Theatre Workshop. Iidinhrugh Mon 2 Mar. 7.30pm.
.llar‘Rohert Arts ('entre. Stirling Tue 3 Mar. 7.30pm.
Still Game Gross out with the three randy old gits from BBC2's Pulp Video. as they reminisce about family. sex and TV wildlife shows in Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill‘s geriatric comedy. Performed by Kiernan. llemphill and Paul Riley. the show is directed by Alan de l’elette. and was a popular and critical hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last August. Call the Gilded Balloon on (MRI 226 (i550 for details.
('ronbernaulil Theatre Fri 20 A; Sat 2| Feb. 7.45pm.
Mothemell Theatre Tue 3 Mar. b'pm. Timeless Suspect ("ulture's award- winning piece premiered at last year's Edinburgh International Festival to critical applause. and has been reworked and developed since then. it is the story of four friends whose present. past and future lives are delicately intertwined. Studying their reﬂections in a cafe. window. they look back nostalgically. dream of an ideal future and fail to make contact with each other in the present. The four actors are supported by a string quartet playing live on stage. See preview. page 5‘). Call Suspect (‘ulturc on (ll-ll 2-18 8052 for details.
'lrannvay, (ilasgow’l'uc 3--Sat 7 Feb. 8pm. lll'rtl'ers't Theatre. lit/ilt/Jttl'lg'h Thu l2— Sat l4 Feb. 8pm.
The Tooth of Crime
by Sam Shepard
Mon 23 — Sat 28 February 7.30pm £6.50/EB.50
JazzArt is the Cutting Edge of New Jazz Dance MAINLINE dance for the Millenium
Wed 4 - Fri 6 March 7.30pm £7/£4(£3.50 for groups)
Tickets available ill advance tram the NICHOS 30X titties 0141221 4001 or In nelson at 30 Midland Street Blasuow