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Tickets for major venues in Glasgow are available from the Ticket Centre, Candleriggs, Mon—Sat 10.30am until 6.30pm in person or until 9pm by phone on 0141 287 5511. Sunday opening is noon-5pm. Any Ticketlink box office can sell tickets for other venues.


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artists to play leading roles iii West End production of the new mUSICal sensation which has taken Europe and Canada by storm. Strong Rock vorces, all voml ranges, age from late teens to early 40s.


Monday 7 February - Women Tuesday 8 February - Men

Shaftesbury Theatre Shaftesbury Avenue London WC2H 8DP

9.30am Registration

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Menzies and James niin Booksellers; or by forms from all over Africa. and credit card from Tokenline, 0171 240 8800. commentaries provided in speech Please be prepared to Sing two Rock Songs eitliei \Vllll 60d 909W. this deft ensemble piano or backing tape and be prepared to stay will (lay. GLASGOW DRAMA promises continual excitement. Photo amd CV mm“er m5 ARCHES Edinburgh: King’s Theatre, Fri 1 7 81 ' ' 30 Midland Street, 221 4001. [WC, WA] Sat 72 Feb. Contract - 17 April: Rehearse 15 May Horses, Horses Coming In, In All Offenbach In The Underworld

Directions Thu lO—Sat 19 Feb (not Sun). Open London ' Que year comm“

8pm. £7 (£4). Two tickets for the price of . . . . one on Thu 10 Feb. Billed as 8 .theer gig,‘ Artistic Director of Scottish Ballet . this is an experiment in combining theatre WOVIdeS 'nStrUCtlon wrapped Up Will and live music, but with the musicians pure entertainment. It even proves cml’haSi-“Cd in Performance A“ inletcs‘ling. that Stravinsky’s music isn't as bad as fragmented narrative on love and loss it sounds Glasgow. Theatre Royal seems to be the theme. See preview. Um” Sat ’70 Feb th'en touring

CITIZENS' THEATRE Last Of The Red Hot Lovers Neil 119 Gorbals Street. 439 0037-- lPi H.111 Simon’s 605 domestic comedy shows

we, WA] . . . ., Jan Um” Sat 26 Feb (not Sun/Mon). its age delightfully, With Tom Contl 5

7.30pm. £10 (£3). All tickets £3 on Tue. Bémey caShma”, attempting ‘0 “ab 5 (stalls audio). jon p0pc directs jean slice of the permrssrve sooety before Rhys’s (Il’ide Sargasso Sea) story of a it’s too late. An enthralling nostalgia Dominican girl in London who falls piece. Ed/nburgh; King’s Theatre,

headlong into the poverty trap. . Endgame Until Sat 26 Feb (not Sun/Mon). “m” 55‘ 5 Feb-

7.30pm. £10 (£3). All tickets £3 on Tue.

Robert North’s first time out as

(Circle Studio). Robert David MacDonald American owners want to shut the course directs yet another puzzler from the pen of down, and its ‘disciples’ act to stop them. A Samuel Beckett. Unsurprisingly the human comedy of cross cultures. . . condition comes under the s tli ht, this time in the form of Hamm, filo blind RAMSHORN THEATRE H H O I n g I n and cannot stand, and his servant Clov who 98 Ingram Street, 287 5511. [P, WC, WA, cams: sit. M Th 3— WAA] I ' I | I e easure an u Sat .6 Feb (not Romeo 8. Iu iet Until Fri 4 Feb. 7.30 m. I I d t Sun/Mon). 7.30pm. £10 (£3). All tickets £3 £5 (£2.50). Adapted and directed by Gavin In a I on Tue. First performed on Broadway in Sinclair, this production of the most famous '. 1928, Mae West’s saucy tale of backstage love story of all time uses a modern setting _ life at a theatre was banned on the second to aid clarity for a modern day audience. Thu 10 - Sat 12 Feb & Mon 14 - Sat 19 Feb 8pm £7/E4 prerfgrmance.11%irected by Stewart Laing, Performed by students of Acting & t e itizens’ eatre bring it back to the Performance at Reid Kerr Colle e. ' ' public stage. The Merchant 0f Venice Tue iii—Fri ll DIreCted Ben Harnson

Feb. 7.30 m. £5 (£2.50). The students of ' PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE Reid KerrpCollege present a modern take on Praduced cora Blssett New Street, 887 1010. [11, WC, WA] Shakespeare, setting his tale ofjustice . . . Wamng Room Tue 15 Feb. 7.30pm. £7 versus mercy in the heady days of the Aserles of short Visceral theatre gigs. Actors and drummers meet head on (£3), [saber woods, to some critics, 19205, tn an unfettered celebration of the facts of life. Scotland‘s most promising young , . _ dramatist. presents her second play, abom ROYAL coucgm “All The ensemble explore the whole Joyous mess we call relationships and the troubled relationship between two 2 Sauchiehall Street, 287 5511. [P, H, WC, the inescapability of the procreative urge. women. See preview. WA .

Broadway Gala Concert Sun 13 Feb. Inspired by poets, pop psychologists, past lives and last weekend. PAVILION THEATRE 7.30pm. £12.50—£21.50. A selection of . 121 Renfield Street, 332 1846. [P, WC, Broadway hits performed by the stars DJ HOWIe Reeves plays sounds from around the world pre-theatre and WA] thmSCIVCS. lnClUdmg Debbie Gravmci ticket holders gain admission to live bands in the main bar after the show. The Course Tue 8 Feb—Sat 4 Mar (not Gregg Edelman and Karen Mason. The Sun). 7.30pm. £10—£14. This knockabout programme includes ‘Aquarius’, ‘The Night comedy by Brendan 0’ Carroll, the Irish They Invented Champagne’ and ‘Hey Big I comic who produced Mrs Brown '5 Last S nder’, with full su rt being provided ' Il'eddt'ng, tells the story of a small group of byxthe RSNO orchestglpgnd chorus. BOX O1 41 1 1 unemployed Dubliners who enrol on a Positive Mental Attitude course. 115 Continued over page

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