adaptation ofJ.M. Barrie’s slightly obscure tale. Snowbound in a country inn, the residents begin to speculate about the identity of a fellow guest, the beautiful Miss Julie Logan.
A Night With Joe Corrie Wed 24 Nov. 7.30pm. £5 (£3.50). Music, drama and song from the Fife miner turned poet and playwright.
Threads Sat 27 Nov. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). See Glasgow Drama, RSAMD.
18—22 Greenside Place, 557 2590. [H, WC, WA]
Phantom Of The Opera Until Sun 19 Dec (not Mon). 7.30pm; Wed, Sat & Sun 2.30pm & 7.30pm. £7—£32.50. Very much for those with a taste, if you will, for Andrew Lloyd Webber, this narrative of love, horror and a night at the opera features much visual splendour and plenty of those sub- Puccini show-stopper numbers for which the author is so noted.
ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE
Grindlay Street, 248 4848. [P, H, TT, WC, WA]
Macbeth Until Sat 20 Nov. 7.45pm (2.30pm & 7.45pm Sat 20). £7—£16. Awful or awesome? With critical opinion so much divided on the subject of Kenny Ireland’s interpretation of the Scottish Play, maybe you should see it for yourself.
ST BRIDE'S CENTRE
10 Orwell Terrace, 346 1405. [WC, WA] Amadeus Until Sat 20 Nov. 7.45pm. £6 (£4). The rivalry between Salieri and Mozart, the former a mature, but insecure composer, the latter a prodigious, but erratic genius forms the subject of this dark tale of intrigue, much acclaimed as both film and theatre in the early 80s.
The Gimmick Tue 23 & Wed 24 Nov. 8pm. £6.50 (£4.50). See Glasgow Drama, Tron Theatre.
Cambridge Street, 228 1404. [P, H, TT, WC, WA]
Class Act Until Thu 18 Nov. 7.30pm. Free. The product of a Bank of Scotland project which saw professional playwrights collaborate with students in schools in Edinburgh and the Borders to create new work. See preview.
Cambridge Street, 228 1404. [P, H, TT, WC, WA]
The Curve Foundation Sat 20 Nov. 8pm. £8 (£4). A mixed bill, featuring contemporary work from Ross Couper and Siobhan Davies, including the world premiere of Westworld, which examines the Western obsession with technology. See review.
BELLSHILL CULTURAL CENTRE
John Street, 01698 267515. [R H, WC, WA]
Terry Neason Fri 26 Nov. 8pm. £6.50 (£4.50). Terry Neason presents a cabaret of soulful singing and comedy.
Kildrum, 01236 732887. [R H, 'IT, WC, WA
Litt e Snow White Thu 25 Nov—Fri 24 Dec. Times vary — call box ofﬁce for details. £7 (£5.25); family ticket £21. Simon Sharkey reworks this classic Brothers Grimm fairytale.
EAST KILBRIDE ARTS CENTRE
Old Coach Road, 01355 261000. [R H, WC, WA]
Habeus Corpus Thu 18-Sun 21 Nov. 8pm. £6 (£3). Rapture Theatre Company present this 705 farce, which draws on the old models to present new material. Dead funny.
GREENOCK ARTS GUILD
Campbell Street, 01475 723038. [H, WA] The Odd Couple Thu 18—Sat 20 Nov. 7.30pm. £5—£6. Neil Simon’s classic comedy is represented here by the George Square Players, who have radically rewritten the play by presenting two women as leads, in place of the familiar Oscar Madison and Felix Unger.
Civic Centre, Windmillhill Street, 01698 267515. [R WC, WA]
Mother Goose Mon 29 Nov—Fri 31 Dec (not Sun). 1.30pm & 7.30pm (Fri 31 Dec 11am & 3.30pm). £5.75 (discounts for group bookings). Traditional panto starring Dave Anderson, Brenda Cochrane and Gary Denis.
PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE
New Street, 887 1010. [H, WC, WA] The Wizard Of Oz Until Sat 20 Nov. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). R.A.T.S. present this fun adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s delightful American children’s story.
9 Green Street, Kilmarnock, 01563 523590.
Up 'N' Under Fri 19 Nov. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£6). Comedy play about the trials and tribulations of an amateur rugby team battling it out to win the local tournament.
Musical Magic Sat 20 Nov. 7.30pm. £8.50 (£7). Starring Maggie Moone and the Julian Reeve Orchestra this show features songs from the shows including Grease, Cats and Evita.
Rothes Square, Glenrotlies, 01592 611101. [R WC, WA]
Terry Neason Fri 19 Nov. 8pm. £6. See Bellshill Cultural Centre.
University of Stirling, 01786 46108]. [P, H, WC, WA]
Torch Song Trilogy Sat 20 Nov. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). See Glasgow Drama, Tron Theatre.
Marshill, Alloa, 01259 213131. [R H, WC, WA]
Tutti Frutti Fri 26 Nov. 7.30pm. The outrageous comedy rock ’n’ roller returns to Alloa Town Hall.
Maxwell Drive, East Kilbride, 013552 48669.
Puss In Boots Tue 23—Sat 27 Nov. 7.30pm; Sat 2pm & 7.30pm. £4.50—£5 (£3—£3.50). Traditional community panto.
East Port, Dunfermline, 01383 314127. [R H, WC, WA]
Twelfth Night Mon 29 Nov. 7.30pm. £4—£6. Welsh Ballet on tour present their new full length ballet of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy of mistaken identity, love and fulfilment.
Harbourside, Irvine, 01294 278381. Scottish Dance Theatre Sat 27 Nov. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£1.50). See Glasgow Dance, Gilmorehill Centre.
University of Stirling, 01786 461081. [R H, WC, WA]
Without A Trace Fri 19 Nov. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). V-tol Dance Company fuse movement, music and film to create a breathtaking assault on the senses. Choreographed by Mark Murphy, Wit/roam Trace focuses on a woman who goes missing, and the shattering effect on the man who loves her. See preview.
Shows are listed by date, then by city. Performances will be listed. provided that details reach our offices at least eight days before publication. Comedy listings compiled by Steve Cramer
Cosy Comedy Cafe The State Bar, 148 Holland Street, 332 2159. 9.30pm. £4 (£3). James Donlan and child comedy prodigy Ashley Storrie get the laughs in with new comp Lee Ness.
The Stand 5 York Place, 558 7272. 9pm. £4 (£3). Political polemic from John Flint, who isjoined by Mark Bratchpiece and Gerard Madill — Joon Broon comps.
Freddie Starr Pavilion Theatre, 121 Renfield Street, 332 1846. 7pm. £l3—£15. At his hilarious best apparently — this would appear to encompass dressing up as a debriefed Adolf Hitler.
Ed Byrne Cottier Theatre, 93—95 Hyndland Street, 357 3868. 8pm. £10 (£8). The top-selling comedian and Perrier Award nominee takes his particular brand of Irish humour on tour.
The Stand 5 York Place, 558 7272. 8.15pm. £6 (£5). Craig Campbell, Frankie Boyle and Dougie Dunlop make up tonight’s comedy crew. Susan Morrison takes control as comp.
Freddie Starr Pavilion Theatre. 121 Renfield Street, 332 1846. 7pm. £13—£15.See Fri 19.
Cosy Comedy Cafe The State Bar, 148 Holland Street, 332 2159. 9.30pm. £5 (£4). Tonight’s fun guys are Bill Dewar, Geordie japster Mike Milligan and Craig Crookston, plus of course, your comp Billy Bonkers.
The Stand 5 York Place, 558 7272. 8.15pm. ££7 (£4). See Fri 19. Jane Mackay comps.
Joke Box Mister P‘s, 42 Wellmeadow Street, 561 7117. 10pm. Free. Firing out the gags tonight are Mick Milligan, John Flint. John McGuinness and compere Janey Godley.
Cosy Comedy Cafe The State Bar, 148 Holland Street, 332 2159. 9pm. £5 (£4). James Donlan, Dougie Dunlop and Bitter Benny complete this comedy trio.
Whose Lunch Is It Anyway? The Stand, 5 York Place, 558 7272. l—3pm. Free with drinks or a meal. Inspired improv courtesy of Stand stalwarts Jack and Paul.
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TRAMWAY @ Surburban House the enormous space
by JG Ballard. Directed by Stewart Laing.
Performances 2nd-4th December 1999. Tickets tree - reservations essential v limited capacity Free bus o7.30pm City Chambers, George Square.
A co-production between untitled & Tramway.
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