l3l Rentield Street. 333 l8-l6. lP. WC. WA]

Carry On Up The Clyde Wed I9—Szit 29 May. 7.30pm; Sat 6pm & 9pm. £ I0. Glaswegian take on the innuendo driven genre which made stars of Sid .lanies. Babs Windsor. Kenneth Williams et al. ()cli. matron.


98 Ingram Street. 3 7 55 l I. [I’. WC. WA. WAA]

The Lost Boy And The Promised Land Until Sat 33 Ma). 7.30pm. £5--£7

(£l—£3). In his 80th )Citl'. veteran writer

for BBC and STV .liiiimv Black presents his first play. a di'aiiiatic study of life of explorer David Livingstone. See review page 56.


l00 Reiifrew Street. 333 5057. [Aceessz PPA. ST. l.. Facilities: WC. WS. H. G. C. Help: A. AA]

Waiting Room Germany Tue lsulii-i 2| Ma); 7.30pm; mat Thu 30 May. 3.30pm. £5 (£3). 7284’s lain Reekie directs this translation of Klaus Polil's post unification drama. with a cast made tip of final _vear acting students.

Urfaust Wed l9~ Sat 33 .\la_\. 7. I5pm: mat li'ri 3| Ma). 3.30pm. £5 (£3). In celebration of the 350th aiiiiiversarv Goethe‘s birth. a production of version of the Faust legend. written at the impressively tender age of 3 I.


8--l0 Balcai'i'es Avenue. Kelvindale. 339 6l85.

Magic Bob's Cabaret For Kids Sat l5 Ma}: 3pm. £3 (£3). Ages 3+. See Kids listitigs.

Mr Bones' Summer Spectacular Sat 22 Ma}. 3pm. £3 i£3). Ages 3-8. See Kids listings.


397 Bath Street. 397 551 I. ]ll. WC. WA] Tap Dogs Mon l7-Sat 33 Ma}. 7.30pm; Fri 8; Sat 5.30pm & 8.30pm. £5--£l8.50.

_ Choreographer l)eiii Perry‘s iconoclastic

Australian hoofers hit Glasgow in raiiibunctious form. If you want testosterone with your hot stepping. these gu_vs have it on tap.



Campbell Street. 0l475 733038. lH. WA]

European Ballet - The Nutcracker Fri 3] May. 7.30pm. £1 I50 (£10.50). Tchaikovsky‘s perennial )‘uletide themed crowd pleaser returns in a performance lead by Staiiislav Tcliassov -- foriiierl) a principal dancer with the Bolshoi.


l lb Bristo Place. 335 9893. [.Access: ST. Facilities: WS. Cl. C. Help: AA]

Romeo 8t Juliet TueIS—Sat 33 May. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£3). lidinbtirgh lfiiiversitv

Theatre Company present a 50's set

production of the star crossed love story. Here. the two households are fueding cafe

_ owners. duelling over the passing trade in

the Verona piazza. Direction is by Jacqui

Can I use your dictaphone?: Tranquillity

llaiiliam. a graduate of Stratford's Shakespeare Institute.

BRUNTON THEATRE \Va}. .\ltisselbtirgli. 665 3340. [l’. H. 'l'l‘. WC. WA]

Crazy For You Wed (9 ~Sat 22 May. 7.30pm. £5.50 (£4 ). Local amateur group lincore present the (iersliwin classic. Songs include '.\'ice Work If You Can (let If and ‘l (iot Rli}!liiii' -vvlio could ask for anything iiiore'.’


3 Mornitigside Road. Ticketline 330 43-19.

Childrens Day until Sat l5 .\Ia_v. 7.30pm. £6 (£5). Amateur company l.eith Theatre present Keith Waterliotise and Willis Hall's 70's suburban comedy.

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Sell Out Frantic Assembly add dialogue and narrative structure to their already potent physical theatre formula. If you’ve never seen this remarkable company in action, this show may be the perfect intro. See reView, page 57. G/asgow: Arches Theatre, Wed 79—Sat 22 May. Current/SEE Michael Clark returns from the literal and figurative Wilderness With his first show in four years. Still probably the biggest name in dance, Clark's latest work confirms that the intervening years have done nothing to diminish his talent. See prewew, page 54 Edinburgh: Festival Theatre, Fri 27 8/ Sat 22 May Comedy: Arnold Brown Constantly Cited as a hugely influential figure in the recent TV series documenting the history of 'alternative comedy’, Brown brings his masterful stand up to Edinburgh for one night only. An evening not to be missed. Edinburgh: The Stand, Tue 25 May.

This grid includes theatre and dance performances at Glasgow and Edinburgh's main theatres. More information, including events at smaller venues, can be found in the listings above and over the page. Performances shown in brackets are free or reduced price previews.

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