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Scotti Opera - Parsifal Sat 18 Mar. 1 m. See Classical listings for details.

a Noble Award 2000 Thu 16 Mar (semi-final); Sun 19 Mar (final). 3pm. See Classical listin for details. Scottish Opera - osca Wed 29 Mar. 7.15pm. See Classiml listings for details.

TRAMWAY 0 THE OLD FRUITMARKET Albion Street, 287 3554. [WC, WA] Greeks Until Sat 18 Mar. Thu-Fri pre- show talk at 8pm, perfonnanoe at 9.30pm; Sat 5.30pm, 7.15pm & 9pm. £6 (£4). Theatre Babel present new versions of three tragedies; David Greig’s Oedipus (Sat 18), Tom McGrath’s Electra (Thu 16, Sat 18) and Liz Lochhead’s Medea (Fri 17, Sat 18). All three will be performed in sequence on Saturday 18 (Oedipus 5.30pm, Electra 7.15pm and Medea 9pm).


63 Trongate. Ticketlink. [H, 'l'l‘, WC, WA] The Angels' Share Tue 28 Mar—Sat 1 Apr. 7.30pm. £6.95—£8.95 (£3.50—£5). Preview Tue 28 Mar, all tickets £3. Post- show discussion Wed 29 Mar. Borderline Theatre present the world premiere of Chris Dolan’s love story, set on a small island where the whisky-producing community have to change to survive. See review.



Albion Street, 287 3554. [WC, WA] Love Songs in A Lonely Desert Full Of Crying Men And Howling Women Tue 21-Wed 22 Mar. 8pm. £6 (£4). Anatomy, the company behind Wipeout, present this new piece directed by Marisa Zanotti, which looks at contemporary iconography. See preview.

TRON THEATRE 63 Trongate. Ticketlink. [H, 11‘, WC, WA

Lucy Guerin Company Thu 16 Mar. 7.30pm. £7 (£5). Australian choreographer Guerin brings two European premieres to the Tron, Heavy, based on her research into various sleep disorders, and Robbery Waitress 0n Bail, inspired by a real life story documented in the Melbourne tabloids. Part of New Moves.

Lisa O'Neill Thu 16 Mar. 9pm. £7 (£5). Young Brisbane choreographer and dancer O’Neill showcases Sweet Yeti, a series of movement pieces taken from larger works, which employ the stylised Suzuki Actor Training Method. Part of New Moves.

Trevor Patrick Fri 17 Mar. 7.30pm. £7 (£5). The Australian dancer and choreographer presents Cinnabar Field, an autobiographical piece which celebrates the interaction between the physical and spiritual space. Apparently. Part of New Moves.

Dean Walsh Fri 17—Sat 18 Mar. Fri 9pm; Sat 10.30pm. £7 (£5). Two programmes taking a humorous look at sexuality from this Australian dancer and choreographer: Subtle Jetlag Part I and Retro Muscle Song on Friday, followed by F Iipside and Anus MisBehavin on Saturday. Part of New Moves.

Sue Healey, Philip Adams 8. Company Sat 18—Sun 19 Mar. 7.30pm. £7 (£5). Three collaborative works from these Australian choreographers, featuring gothic horror balletAmplification, which recently enjoyed a sell-out run in Melbourne and smaller, quirky pieces Stung and Not Entirely Human. Part ofNew Moves.

Helen Herbertson Wed 22—Thu 23 Mar. 7.30pm. £7 (£5). A new collaborative dance theatre work from this Australian choreographer, Delirium explores the boundaries between reality and fantasy. Part of New Moves.

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Prescn ts

The World Premiere of


A Love Story

by Chris Doltm An unforgettable love story of passion and progress


Gaiety Theatre, Ayr MacRobert, Stirling

Motherwell Civic Theatre, Motherwell

Eden Court, Inverness

The Maltings, Berwiek-upon-Tiveed

Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh Tron Theatre, Glasgow