Tues 20 & Wed 21 April 7.30pm £6/£2
Directed by Guy Hollands Text by David Harrower . . . Harrower and Hollands lead the audience through a hall of mir-
rors where official history is shown as a sham and where good guys can turn into bad guys. . . THE TIMES
Urban Dance Theatre Where Angels Travel Part 1 - The Clearing Fri 23 & Sat 24 April 7.30pm £6 / £2
Urban, contemporary and traditional dance styles, Celtic rhythms and inner city sounds fused together in an inspiring new dance piece from Urban Dance Theatre.
Stellar Quines Theatre Company
Learning the Paso Doble
by Dilys Rose
Fri 30 Apr &
Sat 1 May 7.30pm £6/£2
Bitterly humorous, Learning the Paso Doble explores family rela- tionships, love, food . . . and chocolate!
60 THELIST' .
THEATRE LISTINGS continued
ST BRIDE'S CENTRE
10 ()rwell Terrace. 346 1405. [WC WA] The Hunchback 0f Notre Dame Until Sat 17 Apr. 7.30pm: Thu & Sat 2pm & 7.30pm. £3 (£2). Ages 7+. Part of the Puppet .-\nimation Festival. See Kids listings.
Cambridge Street. 228 1404. [l’. H. 'I'T. WC. WA]
Begin Again Until Stilt 18 Apr. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). KICs latest is part social history. part gangland thriller. Both
stories involve the same protagonist. and
take place in post war Scotland at a time when society as a whole had to choose between cynicism and idealism. A hugely impressive production. See review page ()3.
Coma - Stories From The Edge Wed 2l-—Sttn 25 Apr. 8pm. £9 (£4.50). Improbable Theatre explore altered states and the grey area between life: and death. See preview page 6| and Fr nllines page 3. Terry Neason Thu 22- Sat 24 Apr. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). (‘abarei performance of songs and comedy interludes from the star of Fringe ")8 hit Screams and Kisses.
(‘ambridge Street. 228 1404. ll’. 11. 'l'l‘. WC. WA]
Russell Maliphant - One & Critical Mass Sat 17 Apr. 8pm. £8 (£4). The first piece is. as you might guess from the title. a solo work. \v hile Maliphant is subsequently joined by l)\'8 regular Jordi ('ortes Molina.
i ADAM SMITH THEATRE
Bennochy Road. (115‘): “2929. Il’. ll.
Junk Tue 27 Apr—Sat I May. 7.30pm. £7.50—£8.50 (£5.50). Melvin Burgess' controversial novel of teenage addiction reaches the stage. See preview pa ,e 62.
Learning T e Paso Doble Tue 20 Apr. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£4.50-£5.50). Poet and attthor Dilys Rose‘s first venture into stage drama tells of the effects of the death of a matriarch on a Scottish family. A touching and occasionally htimourous show from Stellar Quines.
3 FALKIRK TOWN HALL
West Bridge Street. 01324 506850.
Fame - The Musical Until Sat 17 Apr. 7.30pm. £6.50 (£5.50). Altogether now. “I‘m gonna learn how to fly . . . HIGH!‘
MACROBERT ARTS CENTRE
University of Stirling. 01786 46108 1. IP. 11. we. WA]
Junk Tue 20~Sat 24 Apr. 7.30pm: Wed 2pm & 7.30pm. £6—£7 (£3--£3.50). Melvin Burgess' controversial novel of teenage addiction reaches the stage. See preview page 62.
The Tempest Until Fri 16 Apr. 7.45pm. £6 (£3). Actors Touring Company with a defiantly individual vision of Shakespeare’s last play. A cast of three play all the roles. and the music of
3 American avant garde legend Laurie .-‘* nderson brings l’rospero‘s wizardry to life.
% MACROBERT ARTS CENTRE ? University of Stirling. 01786 461081. [R ‘ II. we w..\i
Shobana Jeyasingh Thu 2‘) Apr.
9 7.30pm. £7 (£3). ()ne of the fittest choregraphers currently working celebrates ten years at the top with an
acclaimed show. The Apollo SaXophone
_ Quartet play l)_iango Bates music live for i the Fine Frenzy piece. while Alistair 5 MacDonald scores Memory and ()lher
Iiil ‘ - ERRES
A smash hit baseball extravaganza based on the Faust legend
Words and usic by Richard Adler and Jerry
. l”. a g \ I" ‘g . presented by Edinburgh Music Thea
"high quality entertainment” (Edinburgh Evening News)
Ross . C1,": 9 ~‘
~' gr", . j. "'1." tre Company amateur
"outstandingly impressive" (The Scotsman) Tuesday 27th April - Saturday lst May King's Theatre, Edinburgh 7.30pm and Saturday matinee 2.30pm Tickets: £8 - £13. Concessions available
Box Office : 0131 529 6000
By arran with JOSEF WEINBERGER Ltd.