FESTIVAL THEATRE l3—29 Nicolson Street. 52‘) ()000. Ill. WC. WA]
Paco Pena 'l‘hu 25--Siit 37 Mar. 7.30pm; Sat-1pm & 7.30pm. ’l’raditional Flamenco from one of. the iitost respected companies in dance. A tad obvious perhaps. especially compared with the work shown at New MoVes recently. but nonetheless compelling.
C‘aiiibridge Street. 228 H04. [l’. ll. Tl". WC, WA]
Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company Sat 20 Mar. 8pm. £8 t£J l. lilecti‘il’ying dance from the I.t)lt(lt)lt based star. See preview page So.
ADAM SMITH THEATRE
Bennoeliy Road. 05‘)? “2929. [l’. H. WC. \\'A]
Peter And The Wolf I‘ll l‘)- Sat 20 Mar. 7pm; Sat 3pm t\' 7pm. £7 (£5) l’i‘i £8; family ticket £20. See Kids listings. Viper's Opium the )8 Mar. 7.30pm. £7.50 t £5 ). Starring Artists" latest piece takes us on an emotional roller-coaster ride through a desolate world as two people search for the human touch.
BELLSHILL CULTURAL CENTRE
John Street. 0l09b’ 2(975l5. ]l’. ll. WC. \VA]
Haunted! l'ri l‘) Mar. 7.30pm. £5 (£3.50). Rona Munro's comedy drama
Eating & Drinking
Incarnation states: New Moves presents Cas Public
about two inseparable li‘iends. Presented by MsFits Theatre.
MACROBERT ARTS CENTRE LJniVersity of Stirling. 0l7So terns l. ]l’. H. WC. WA]
Kevin’s Bed Tue 30 Mar—Thu l Apr. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). Riotous CUIHL‘tI)’ distinguished by a knowing turn from Michael Mackenzie. See review page 57.
Viper's Opium Wed 2-] Mar. 7.30pm. £7
(£3.50). Starving Artists' latest piece takes us on an emotional roller-coaster ride through a desolate world as two people search for the human touch.
llarbourside. 01294 278381.
Delirious Fri it) Mar. 7.30pm. £7 (£5). Wildcat Stage Productions take a look at a confused nation via the exploration of a deranged mind. Music and comedy put to purposeful political use.
TIGERSTRIPE THEATRE TRIBE
BEYOND THE PALE by James-McNulty
Tue 23 - Sat 27 Mar 8pm £7/E4
Rags to rrclres tale of Mary. a prostitute who could he Queen of Scotland ties: \‘.’tlI|Il(] by a young Glasgow-based theatre coriipaiiy
BLOOD BELOW THE WINDOW
Wed 24 & Thu 25 Mar 8pm £7/E4
Blootl Below The WIIltIU‘.‘.’ IS Bruce Morton s lls“.'.‘ shot". alioiit It.‘.l",'llI"I the rival the hard way and lriitling an outside world tougher than a concrete path and trickier
than a teenage love affair
SOCIETY ANONIME LIVE BED by Arthur Smith
98 Ingram St, Glasgow Tues 16 - Sat 20 lylgiorch
Eclipse Theatre Company
by David Mamet
High octane black comedy by one of the masters of contemporary American theatre
Wed 24 - Sat 27 Mggch Strathclyde Theatre
Group LB/EL PANIC
by Clare McIntyre
Sharp writing captures the lives of 3 young women, images of women, female
Fri 26 & Sat 27 Mar 8pm 27/24
'lC’orils like ‘porgnant'. ‘liilarrous'a/irl intensely rat/spring to [Ill/Ill to (ll-«cutie the Li; e Bed Show It is all of these but they slioulil not I)t.‘ allot: ed to obscure t/ii- tact that it is bloody good ” The Guardian
sexual fantasies, and the frightening aspects of life and
violence on the streets. 19/7/er humorous and canhg’
inc begin again 7/79 rm Tue 30 Mar —_ Sat 3 Apr 8pm 537/24 Tickets
Apsychologicalthriller set in postwar Glasgow i'i'hereanian on the point ol Vllllt‘llI death gets the chance to go hack and change the decision ‘.'.'llt(.ll dictated the tragic course of IIIS lile. A new deyised work hour the liiglil, soccessliil It‘dlll ol ‘..lllt‘.‘l Ungttl Harrower and director Guy Hollands
Box Wine 01412214001
Tues-Wed £5/1 .50 Thurs—Sat £7/3 Ticket Centre
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