listings THEATRE

is Lung Ha's third production at the celebrate their tenth anniversary by 7 Traverse. The strains of a familiar bringing to life the sketchbooks of Egon

melody lead an old woman into the Schiele. See Frontlines. page 4. P A I S l E Y Theatre ()f Memories. where she a J

confronts long-forgotten scenes of EDINBURGH FESTIVAL THEATRE (

cltildltood. war. love and betrayal. See 13/29 Nicolson Street. 529 6000.

New Shows. page 64. [Access: 1.. Facilities: WC. WS. AS. H.

Red Fri l3 Nov. 7.30pm. £ I. Part of the C. T. Help: A]

Colours of the Chameleon programme Dance Tek Warriors Wed 1 l Nov.

fecund theatre

for young writers. this is the first of three 7.30pm. £8—£ l 2 (concessions available).

performed readings of new plays by the I See Touring. S m . ' ...And Nothing But The Truth . . . Fri y p 0 S I U l I I

youttg writers participating. Directed by ;

John Tiffany. ' l3 Nov. 7.30pm. £8—£ l 2 (concs Blue Sat l4 .\’o\. 3pm. £ l. The second available). See Touring and review. page Sat 7th NOV lOam -3pm £6/£4

Part of tlte Colours of the ('ameleon 68..

programme. this session includes three I performed readings of new plays by the 3 TRAVERSE THEATRE _

young writers participating. Directed by Cambridge Street. 228 l-I04. 'lT , What Is the future for

Yvonne McDevitt. [Access: I... Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. - 7 Yellow Sat l-i Nov. 7.30pm. £l, The C]. Closed Mons. the I've arts'

final part of the (‘olours of the (‘ameleon LoveBites Traverse l. Sat l-I & Sun l5

programme featuring readings of new Nov. 8pm. £7 (£3.50). See Touring attd With;

plays by the young writers participating. New Shows. page 6-1.

Directed by Nicholas Bone.

Class Act Wed Is a Thu 1‘) Nov. cENTRAL DRAMA Gordana Vnuk

7.30pm. l‘ree. The 'l'raverse's annual ; (Cmptcr Cmm)

youth outreach project. which allows '

pupils at selected l.othian schools to CUMBERNAULD THEATRE

tle\elop their play-'writing skills with Kildrum. Cumbernauld. 01236 732887.

professional writers. The resulting plays 5 'IT [Accessz PPA. l.. ST. R. Facilities: .

are performed over two etenings by i WC. WS. ll. (3. C. Help: A. AA) lflnglCl HOlm

professional actors. directed by Table Manners Fri 6 & Sat 7 Nov. (Bak.Truppen)

professioinil directors. : 7.45pm. £4.50 (£3). The Apex Players

present this popular comedy by Alan Ayckbourn. The first part of his fatnous


Norman ('om nests trilogy. it centres on . .

Annie and No/rman's planned weekend DaVId RlChmond £l\\'il}'. (Performance Artist) 5-) (ieorge Street. 220 43-18. Ticketline: 220-1340. i MACROBERT ARTS CENTRE Alien Tue l0 s Wed ll .\'ov. 8pm. £6 E University of Stirling. 0l786 46108 I. (£4). lns tired by the classic horror movie ! lAccess: P. PPA. l.. R. Facilities: WC. ~ of the saine name. this is the premiere of i WS. H. G] ROSS Blrre“ - - Ross Cooper‘s new work. I’tll'l NI Dissent Thu 5 «X; Fri 0 Nov. 7.3(lpltt. £7 (Art'SI & CV't'C) xixs‘t'nt/tlt' Alma' (£3.50). See Touring aitd review. page

.' 66. '

BRUNTON THEATRE : Schrédinger's Box Hi (i Nov. 7.45pm. - - . . Mttsselhttt’glt. 665 2240. i £6 (£3). See Touring and New Shows. . The Featherstonehaughs Sat 7 Not. I page 65. H

7.30pm. £7.50 (£3.50). Pronounced ‘liutshawes‘. the all-male dance group

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Disco-Tekken: Union Dance's touring show Dance Tek Warriors, based on the video game

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