Daddy with funk, jazz, hip hop and petite beats.

I Chopper at Archaos. 11pm-3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Commercial house and disco from Matt Morton.

I Club Santiago at Havana. 8pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Finest Latin grooves from DJs Don Marcelo and Che Manuel.

I FAB at Babaza. 6pm—3am (DJs from 11pm). £3 (£2). (free before 11 pm). Weekly. DJ Skud with funky house and garage grooves for a cheery, well dressed crowd. Busiest club in town tonight.

I Ghetto FIava at Reds. 11pm-3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. DJ Paul N’Jie plays a blend of cool house, garage, soul and R&B.

I Jengaheads at The Living Room. 9pm—11pm. Free. Weekly. Jengahead Martin test driving his new purchases and whites of nu skool breaks, electro, breakbeat and house.

I Jilkes at Yang. 9pm—lam. Free. Weekly. Optimo/My Machines’ Jilkes milks music of different ilkes electro funk style.

I Joints and Jams at Planet Peach. 11pm—3.15am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Damn fine night of R&B, hip hop, funk, soul and swing from Martin Hesketh and

guests. 8 Sep live PA from R&B trio ‘Nine Yards’ plus DJ John Lyons. See R&B panel.

I Poets On Vinyl at The 13th Note. 11pm—3am. £3. 1 Sep only. A hip h0p/jungle sound clash for charity - St David’s Africa Trust, in fact. The DJs laying on the breaks, beats and bass are Dema, Nice and EMH.

I R&B Central at Club Budda. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. New night with the latest and most upfront in R&B from Record Playaz (Naeem and Kash). The night will feature regular album release parties and ive-aways.

I Scratch ‘n' Sni at McChuil’s Bar (High Street). 8pm-midnight. Free. Weekly. New eclectic bar night of phat- ass breaks and funky-ass beats with DJ Danny Barbour joined on a regular basis by Michael Peck (Brass Monkeys) and Neil McMillan (Hi Karate).

I Shu Hirata at The Cul De Sac. 8pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Pre-club. Jazzy drum & bass pre-club from fresh name to the circuit Shu Hirita.

I Souped Up at The Garage. 10.30pm-3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. lain Hanlon with poppy student good time party tunes.



I Air Organic 36 Kelvingrove Street, 564 5201. I Alasksa 142 Bath Lane, 248 1777. I The Apartment 23 Royal Exchange Square, 221 7808. I Archaos 25 Queen Street, 204 3189. I The Arches Midland Street (off Jamaica Street), 221 4001. I The Arena 15—27 Oswald Street, 221 3010. I The Attic (enter through The Garage), 490 Sauchiehall Street, 332 1120. I Babaza Royal Exchange Square, 0141 204 0101 I Baby Grand 3 Elmbank Gardens, 248 4942. I Bacchus 80 Glassford Street, 572 0080. I Bar Ce Lona 427 Sauchiehall Street, 332 2528. I Bargo Albion Street, 553 4771. I Bar Lautrec's 14a Woodlands Terrace, 332 7013. I Bar M 42 Jamaica Street, 572 0198. I Bar 91 91 Candleriggs, 552 5211 I Bar Sauza (Below R.G.’s) 73 Queen Street, 221 2200. I Bar 10 10 Mitchell Lane (off Mitchell Street), 243 2099. I The Bedsit 1 Park Drive,339 0432. I Bennet's 80 Glassford Street, 552 5761. I Betty's Mayonnaise 37 Queen Street, 221 5934. I Blackfriars Underground (below Blackfriars), 36 Bell Street, 552 5924. I 80m 142 Renfield Street, 572 0100. ' I Bonkers Hope St, 248 5884. I Brel 39 Ashton Lane, 342 4966. I Budda 142 St Vincent Street, 221 5660. I Caledonian University Student Union (Asylum) 70 Cowcaddens Road, 3320681. I Cand bar 185 Hope St, 353 7420. I The athouse 15 Union Street, 248 6606. I Change at Jamaica Clyde Place, 429 4422. I Cleopatra's 508 Great Western Road, Kelvinbridgc, 334 0560. GIGCI‘ub Budda 142 St Vincent St, 221


I The Cooler Pitt Street, 572 0187.

I Cottiers 93 Hyndland Street,

357 5825.

I Cross Bar 0141 243 2855

I CuI De Sac Ashton Lane, 334 8899.

I East Kilbride Arts Centre 51-53 Old Coach Road, 01355 261 000.

I ngards 410 Sauchiehall Street, 333 11. .

3Isgipdler's Court 45-47 Bell Street, 552 I Firebird 1321 Argyle Street, 334 0594.

I Fixx ll 86 Miller Street, 221 1568.

I Fu Murry's 96 Maxwell Street,

221 6 11.

I The Garage 490 Sauchiehall Street, 332 1120.

I Glas ow School of Art 167 Renfrew Street, 32 0691.

I Glasgow Universi Union 32 Universrty Avenue, 33 8697.

I 92 474 Sauchiehall St (behind the Garage), 353 3111.

I Havana 50 Hope Street, 248 4466 OIoggsbah, Bridge Street, Paisley, 561

I King Tut's Wah Wah Hut St Vincent Street, 221 5279.

7I()Il.gtltrec's 14 Woodlands Terrace, 332 I Lime (formerly The Cotton Club) 5 Scott S reet, 332 0712.

I McC utls Way Out West 14 Kelvinhau h Street, 221 5569.

I McPhab , 23 Sandyford Place,

221 0770.

I Mojo's Bath Street, 331 2257.

I Nice 'n' Sleazy 421 Sauchiehall Street, 333 9637.

I Nico's 375 Sauchiehall Street,

332 5736.

I North Woodside Social Club 329 Nonh Woodsid Road, 337 1643.

I October Ca e Top floor, Princes Square (off Buchanan Street , 221 0303. I Planet Peach 34 Queen treet, 226 8990

I Polo Lounge 84 Wilson Street,

553 1221.

I Porters Bar 292 Sauchiehall Street, 332 4374.

I Queen Margaret Student Union 22 University Gardens, 339 9784.

gagged; 375 Sauchiehall Street, 331

I R.G.'s 73 Queen Street, 221 2200.

I Rocksy's Basement 40 New Sneddon Street, Paisley, 552 5791.

I Rooftops 92 Sauchiehall Street,

332 5883.

I Russell Cafe Bar 77 Byres Road, 334 4973.

I Sadie Frost's 8—10 West George Street, 332 8005.

I The Shed 26 Langside Avenue, 649 9473.

I Soundhouse 47 Hyde Park Lane, 221 4659.

I Spy Bar Bath Street, 221 7711.

I Strathclyde University Student Union 90 John Street, 552 1895.

I Strawberry Fields 56 Oswald Street, 221 7871.

I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street, 248 4600. I The Temple 193 Pitt St, 332 7522.

I 13th Note 260 Clyde Street, 243 2177 I Trash 197 Pitt Street, 572 3372.

I The Tunnel 84 Mitchell Street, 204 1000

I Variety 401$auchiehall Street, 332 4449. I The Velvet Rooms Sauchiehall Street,

332 0755. I Yang 33 Queen Street. 248 8484.



Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by ci and category. then

a pha etically by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before ublication. Art listings compile by Helen Monaghan.



19 Parnie Street, 552 7779. Mon—Sat 11am—6pm.

The Summer Show Until Tue 31 Aug. An exhibition of work by this year’s drawing and painting graduates from Scottish art colleges, complemented by landscape paintings by regular exhibitors. Alan Ktng Fri 3—Tue 28 Sep. Figurative paintings.

Garry Brown Fri 3—Tue 28 Sep. Driftwood sculptures.

Susan Dalton Fri 3—Tue 28 Sep. Figurative ceramics.


Regent House, 113 West Regent Street, 226 5413. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.

Jessie M. Kin And Her Contemporaries Until Tue 31 Aug. A celebration of the life and work of one of Scotland’s celebrated female artists, in this the 50th anniversary of her death.

Glasgow Style Wed l-Thu 30 Sep. An exhibition of work by Annie French, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Talwin Morris and contemporary artists Norman Edgar, Norman Kirkham and W.J. Maskell.


134 Blythswood Street, 332 4027. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat

10am—1 m.

Best 0 100% Design 1998 Fri 27 Aug—Sat 18 Sep. Contemporary design featuring lighting and furniture from British designers based in London and Glasgow, including Nicholas Pryke, U.F.O and Shin Tomoko Azumi. Part of Glasgow 1999.

Kevin O’Dwyer Sat 28 Aug—Sat 18 Sep. Silver tableware.

James Fullarton Sat 28 Aug-Sat 18 Sep. Recent paintings.

Postcards Sat 28 Aug—Sat 18 Sep. Souvenirs of the summer by gallery artists.

Bob Crooks Sat 28 Aug—Sat 18 Sep. Contemporary glass.


24-Hour Viewing Window, 264 High Street, 572 0161.

Panoramatica Until Fri 27 Aug. A 43- day project featuring the work of Julian Kildear.

Here Fri 3 Sep-Fri 8 Oct. (Interior space). Arts organisation Not in Kansas take over the gallery space with new work by Karen Vaughan, Mhairi Sutherland and Rachael Mimiec. Exploring home and an awareness of place, the artists work in a variety of media including earth and flour, embroidery and map making.


360 Great Western Road, 334 8894. Mon-Sun 8am-10pm.

Cafe Society Tue 31 Aug-Sun 31 Oct. A summer exhibition of recent work by local artists.


10 King Street, 553 0733. Mon-Sat 10.30am—11pm; Sun l-llpm.

I Have Been Discovering Scotland Until Wed 8 Sep. Watercolours and pastels by Bosnian architect and research fellow at the department of Civil Engineering at Strathclyde University, Branka Dimitrijevic.

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Ettore Sottsass A survery of work by the Italian designer who founded the design group Memphis in the 19805. Glasgow School Of Art until Fri 24 Sep.

W.Eugene Smith Last few days of an engaging retrospective of the American photojournalist who believed photography could act as a catalyst for social change. For four years prior to his death in 1978, Smith recorded the effects of mercury pollution in small Japanese fishing village. Dundee: Dundee Contemporary Arts until Sun 29 Aug.

Alexander Thomson Nicknamed 'Greek’ (but it could equally have been 'Egyptian’) Thomson, is the 19th century architect who was inspired by the architecture of the ancients and designed much of Victorian Glasgow. Long overshadowed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh mania, Thomson finally gets the spotlight on his achievements. Part of Glasgow 99. Glasgow: The Lighthouse until Sun 19 Sep.

A Formal Agreement Made Causal Answering back to protocol and convention, arists Kim McKinney and Deborah Norton create an installation. Fly Gallery until 29 Aug.

Jad Fair New Yorker artist and musician, Jad Fair - he formed Half Japanese in 1974 - shows new work. Previous works have appeared on covers for The Residents and Teenage Fanclub. Glasgow: Lloyd Jerome Gallery until Thu 9 Sep.

One Foot Taller The hip Glasgow design duo show their new product, Chasm, a moulded plastic chair, in The Lighthouse's review gallery. The lighthouse until Sun 26 Sep.

Philippe Starck The master of clean- cut sleek design who gets the style- conscious drooling shows his wares. All displayed in miniature in matt black vanity cases. Part of Glasgow 99. Glasgow: The Lighthouse until Sun 31 Oct.

Frank Gehry Drawings and sketches from the portfolio of the internationally celebrated Gehry. Architect of the famed silver titanium- coated Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, he is currently working on his first UK building, a cancer-care unit in Dundee. Dundee: Dundee Contemporary Arts, until Sun 29 Aug.

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