Strathclyde Theatre Group
y Carl Churchill directed by Bruce Downie
Mon 15th - Sat 20th November ’99 @ 7.30m Strathclyde Theatre Group
adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs Directed by Chris Ravenhall
As they search for a third witch to complete the coven, Granny Weatherwax gets a make-over and Nanny Ogg writes a bank- buster. With a phantom and a feline, murder and mayhem (and 84 lighting cues) Terry Pratchett’s Maskeraae renders operatic highs and lows.
A festive treat for Disovorla fans, opera buffs and 'uninitiatea' theatregoers alike.
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Thurs 16th - Sat 1801 December ’99 @ 7.30pm
Tickets from 0.50 to C7 Ticket Centre 0141-287 5511
Ramshorn Theatre 98 Ingram Street
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THEATRE LISTINGS continued
CHURCH HILL THEATRE
333 Morningside Road, 220 4349. [P, H] The Kidnap Game Wed 24—Sai 27 Nov. 7.30pm. £6 (£5). Tickets from Shelter Shop, 104 Morningside Road or at the venue from 7pm before the performance. The Makars and DMDC present this contemporary thriller written by Tudor Gates.
Separate Tables Wed l—Sai 4 Dec. 7.30pm. £6 (£5). Terence Rattigan’s account of a group of disparate dysfunctionals and their personal dramas in a seaside boarding house of England’s 19505.
13—29 Nicolson Street, 529 6000. [IL WC, WA]
Blood Brothers Mon 22 Nov—Sat 4 Dec (not Sun 28). 7.30pm; Thu 2pm & 7.30pm; Sat 2.30pm & 7.30pm. £8—£24 (£5—£21). Willy Russell’s epic musical tells the story of two brothers seperated at birth, and their tortured mother, played here by Bernadette Nolan.
Elm Row, Leith Walk, 317 3000.
Cider With Rosie Until Fri 19 Nov. 7.30pm. £5 (£2—£3). The second of two productions by Second Year students at Queen Margaret University College sees Laurie Lee’s infamous novel brought to the stage. Adapted by James Roose- Evans, the play recounts Lee’s boyhood in a small Cotswold village. Bucolic in tone, but racey in content.
2 Leven Street, 529 6000. [ll, TT, WC, WA] The Official Tribute To The Blues Brothers Until Sat 20 Nov. Mon—Fri 7.30pm; Sat 6pm & 9pm. £7-£l7.50. A good night out for devotees of the film, this production pays tribute to Jake and Elwood, two of the most enduring anti- heroes of the 803.
DECEMBER AT THE TRON
MORlR-POR-Tl (I Would Die for You)
Sun 28 Nov 8pm
THE BATHERS Wed 1 Dec 8pm
SEAN LOCK Fri 3 Dec 9pm
MARTIN HAYES AND DENNIS CAHILL
Sat 4 and Sun 5 Dec 8pm
Scottish Youth Theatre present
SLEEPING BEAUTY Thu 9 - Sun 12 Dec 2pm Wed 8 — Sun 12 Dec 7pm
LUCY KAPLANSKY Sun 12 Dec 9pm
ALINA POLIAKOV Tue 14 Dec 8pm
TERRY NEASON Sat 18 & Sun 19 Dec 8pm
CHRISTMAS LUNCH AND DINNER BOOKINGS NOW BEING TAKEN
TRON THEATRE, GLASGOW
O1 41 552 4267
Witch side are you on in the Macbeth controversy'I: Macbeth at Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum
Gang Show 99 Tue 23—Sat 27 Nov. NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE
Tue—Fri 7pm; Sat 2.15pm & 7pm. £6—£9. 43—45 High Street, 556 9579/2647. [WC, Edinburgh Scouts and Guides present a WA]
dazzling selection of music, comedy, Farewell Miss Julie Logan Until Sat 20 drama and dance, celebrating the 40th Nov. 7.30pm. £5 (£3.50). Scottish Actors Gang Show. Initiative present this first ever stage
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