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October 30th - November 14th

by Christopher Marlowe

directed : Susan C Triesman

Sexuality, power, intrigue,

politics, illusion, passion...

Marlowe's potent classic moves with the speed, savagery & irony of a

Tickets Tarantino mowe

Tues/Wed 25/1/50 Thurs-Sun £7/3 Ticket Centre 0141 - 287 5511

Strathclyde Theatre Group

“Edward II

Nov 5th and 6th 11 pm CABARET SAUVIGNON

An excellent cocktail of poetry, music fiction &poetry from Sappho to Wilde, Coward & the present

Tickets £5/2.50 from The Ramshorn only

Nov 7th & 8th 4 pm West Lothian Youth Theatre Plague of Innocence

b Noel Greig Tickets 3/2

from the Ramshorn only

COMING UP Arthur Miller's

BROKEN GLASS Nov 18th - 2ls‘t 7.30

Tickets £7/2.50 Ticket Centre Bert's Bilbao Ballroom Band Show me the wa to the next whisky at THE BRECHT CABARET 19th - 21st Nov 10.30pm

Tickets £5/2.50 From the Ramshorn only

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University of Stirling. ()l 786 46l08 l. [Accessz P. PPA. L. R. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. C]

LoveBites Wed 4 Nov. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). See Touring and New Shows. page 64.


This section lists all future dates in the Central Belt of shows that are on tour.

Alien The Curve Foundation presents the world premiere of Ross C ooper‘s dance show inspired by the horror film of the same name. For more information. contact The Curve Foundation on ()l 3| 226 5850. The Assent/21v Rim/its. Ifr/in/nng/i Tue l0 & Wed ll Nov. 8pm.

('nttier Theatre, (ilasgmi' Fri 27 Nov. 8pm. . . . And Nothing But The Truth . . . The latest show by V-T()l. Dance Company which uses film projection along with live performance —- is a murder mystery. in which five characters relive the crime from their own perspectives. See review. page 68. For more information. contact V-T()l. on ()l7l 278 2432.

[Edinburgh Ft‘Xlll'tl/ Theatre Fri l3 Nov. 7.30pm.

Theatre Rural. (ilasgtni' Sal l4 Nov.

7.15 tn.

Blu e Red A revival of this play ahotit the Covenaiiters atid the sacrifice of homes. safety and even lives they made for religious freedom in l7th century Scotland. Presented by Christian group Ctittitig Edge Theatre Company. the play was a sell-out hit at the l‘)‘)7 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. For more information contact Cttttiiig lidge Theatre Company on 013! 554 57()l.

Rtit/ierelen Baptist ('ltin‘t'li Fri 6 Nov. 7.30pm.

St Ant/trick ('litii't‘li. West Ki/ln'iile Sat 7 Nov. 7.30pm.

St (.‘at/terine 7v Ami/l. Iii/in/mije/t Wed l l Nov. 7.3(lpiii.

('liarlutte Baptist Claire/i. lit/inbtngli Thu l2 Nov. 7.30pm.

Dalser/ l’aris/i ('lttn't'li Fri l3 Nov. 7.30pm.

Hamilton Baptist ('liurt'li Sat l4 Nov. 7.30pm.

[flint Central Clilll‘t‘ll. lit/in/nnje/t Stiii l5 Nov. 7pm.

5 Nether/mu“ Arts Centre. lit/in/mre/i Wed

l8--Sat 2l Nov. 7.30pm.

Dance Tek Warriors Union Dance ' ('ompaiiy's vibrant show combines : choreography. imagery from the

PlayStation game 'le/tken and music including hip hop and Beethoven to Afro- Asian ClCCll'D. For more information. contact venues.

Edinburgh Festival Theatre Wed l l Nov. 7.30pm.

llteatre Ruial. (i/avemi' Tlitl l2 Nov. 7.l5pm.


Murder most foul: V-Tol Dance Company in . . . and nothing but the truth . . .

Dissent 7:84 Theatre (‘oiiipany presents a new play by Stephen (ireenhorti. A political thriller with a comic undercurrent. Dissent explores personal ambition and the conflict between party politics and single-issue activism. A timely project as Scotland prepares for the new parliament. See review. page 66. For more information. contact 7:84 Theatre Company on 0|~ll 33-1 6686. .llaelv’n/iert Arts Centre. Stirling Thu 5 & Fri 6 Nov. 7.30pm. £7 (£3).

l’aislevxlrts ('entre Sat 7 Nov. 7.30pm. £6 (£2).

.‘Ulll/lt'l'lt‘t’ll ('rntt'ert Hall Thu 26 Nov. 8pm. £7 (£3.50).

James :lrnutt 'I'lieatre, (ilasemv Tue l—Suii 6 Dec. 7.30pm. £8 (£4).

Jack A musical portrait ofCS Lewis. with writer Douglas (ireshaiii. a broadcaster and stepson of l .cwis. piano by composer Keith (ietty. Performed by

3 Catherine Fish and Steve l-‘ortunc. both

1 singers and actors. For further

information contact New Scottish on ()l4157‘)()()l3.

Allie/t Hal/s. Stir/inc Thu l2 Nov. 7.30pm.

Queen is l’tll'lx Baptist ('linrt'li. (i/usguii' Fri l3 Nov. 7.30pm.

('entra/ Hall. lz‘tlin/nireli Sat 14 Nov. 7.30pm.

LoveBites Three characters ride the emotional journey to find a relationship at any cost. in this latest show by contemporary dance outfit the X Factor. See New shows. page 64. For more information. contact the X Factor on

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on tour throughout.Scooqtland,0&et-Decuandgévisiting

November 5 -‘ 6

November 7

switches maeRobert PAISLEY Arts Centre

"a funny. thought-provoking and gripping state-ol-the-nation thriller...” THE HERALD


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Paisley Arts Centre Fri 6 Nov. 7.30pm. ll”(ll‘(‘l‘.\'( Theatre, Edinburgh Sat 14 8; Sun l5 Nov. 8pm.

National Tour Scottish Ballet concludes its tour with three new works created by six choreographers from within the company. Micaela Greganti has choreographed one piece and Co-

choreographed another. in which she also

dances; while the middle piece. Bitter Destiny is choreographed by Ivan Dinev to music by Tchaikovsky. For further information. contact Scottish Ballet on ()l-1l33l2‘)3l.

Bra/tron Theatre. illtt.s'.\'t'lltttre/t Fri l3 8:

: Sat l4 Nov, 7.30pm.

Prologue The world premiere of this collaboration between Glasgow-based Theatre Cryptic and H ungary's The Shamans. inspired by Isabel Allende‘s The Stories of'lz'i'a Luna. These two award-winning companies explore

Allende's beguiling tales. using language.

music. visuals. movement and text. See preview. page 63. For further information. contact Theatre Cryptic on ()IJI 338 692‘).

.larnes.»1rnott lllt’tlll't‘. (i/(tsgmv Fri l3 & Sat l4 Nov. 7.30pm.

l’ais/ev Arts Centre Tue l7 Nov. 7.30pm. Scottish Dance Theatre A new triple- bill from Scotland's leading contemporary dance company. based in Dundee. Artistic director Janet Smith choreographs Play/all; Pit Fong Loh choreographs (iltast Opera; and Terry Beck choreographs .61 rena. For further information. contact Scottish Dance Theatre on 01382 227 68-1.

7i'averst Theatre. lir/inlmtje/t Sat 21 & Sttii 22 Nov. 8pm.

Schrodinger's Box Nottingham company Reckless Sleepers present this experimental piece. set iii a box. which uses physics to explore. human emotions. See New Shows. page 65. For further information contact Reckless Sleepers on ()l l5 ()Il l-l7l.

MucRn/Jel'! Arts Centre. Stirling Fri 6 Nov. 7.45pm.

lllt‘ xlsseni/ilv ernts. lz't/iIt/itnje/i Thu l2 & Fri l3 Nov. 8pm.

Smells + Bells The Pope is dead and the race is on to replace him. led by a corrupt Scottish cardinal. Christopher Dean's play -— his second for the gay MCT company »- aims to challenge the beliefs that gay people live witliotit faith and people of the faith live without gay people. For further information contact MCT on (ll-ll 4-10 [703.

'Ii'ai'erst 'I'lieatre. lit/ittltutje/t Thu 3 Dec—Sun 6 Dec. 7.30pm.