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Film: Truman Show Jim Carrey contains his maniacal streak in this paranoid comedy drama about an easy-going guy who suddenly discovers his entire life is being recorded on camera and broadcast to an audience of millions. See review, page 28. General opening, Fri 9 Oct.

Theatre: Heritage The latest play by Nicola MaCartney - joint artistic director of Glasgow’s LookOut Theatre Company is her debut for the Traverse Theatre Company, which centres on a y0ung Irish immigrant in 1914 Canada, struggling with conflicts from the past as she tries to forge a new future. See preview, page 61. Edinburgh: Traverse, Tue 20—5at 25 Oct. Free previews, Fri l6—Sun 18 Oct.

Music: Placebo Dig the eye liner out and practice that androgynous pout: Placebo are bringing their peculiar brand of sex circus to town. Their second album Without You I’m Nothing is pretty spectacular, all Velvets meets new wave guitars. See feature, page 11. Glasgow Barrow/and, Wed 74 Oct.

Clubs: Rae and Christian The Manchester duo play a rare Scottish gig to promote their debut album Northern Sulfuric Soul. ‘An album of hip hop, soul and jazz styles which is more than the sum of its funky parts’ said our reviewer. See review, page 48. Edinburgh: Homeless, The Honeycomb, Fri 9 Oct.

Music: Ash The irrepressible foursome burn down Barrowland as

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Nu-C/ear Sounds. Pogo till your pants burst. See feature, page 16. Glasgow: Barrow/and, Tue 20 Oct. Art: Quoting from everyday media, Angus Hood and Christine Frew, examine the life styles of heroes and heroines in painting. See preview, page 80. Edinburgh: lnver/eith House, Royal Botanic'Gardens, Sun I 7 Oct—Sun 6 Dec

Video: Titanic The video release of the epic record-bustin’ romance- means that you can swoon at home as Kate and Leo get hot under the collar before getting iced. See competition, page 112. Twentieth century Fox, on sale from Mon 79