The Rocky Horror Picture Show with a

live performance from Dr Scott’s Extra

Forks, who make their own costumes as well as going through the whole Rocky



25 Albert Drive, 287 3900. [P, TT, WC, WA]

See Saw Thu 22—8211 24 Jun. 8pm; Sat 2pm & 8pm. £8 (£4). Presented by Quarantine, a collective of actors, artists, dancers and musicians, Sec Saw is shrouded in mystery. They refuse to tell you what will happen in the show, and ask that once you’ve seen it, you don’t tell anybody else. The only thing that is certain is that you, the audience, will be heavily involved. Sounds like fun. See preview. Blast Theory - Desert Rain Thu 29 Jun—Sat 8 Jul (not Sun/Mon). Noon—9pm (4—9pm on Thu 29 Jun). £6 (£3). Described as a game, an art installation and a performance, this interactive event uses computer software projected onto a wall of water spray to create a 30 minute journey through a multitude of virtual spaces. Only six people can participate per performance so book in advance, and don’t worry, protective clothing will be Provided. See preview.


63 Trongate, 552 4267.

The Prince And The Pilot Thu 22-Fri 23 Jun. See Kids listings.

The Real Wild West Sat 24 Jun. 8pm. £8.95 (£5). A Mull Theatre production looking at the highs and lows of the West Coast of Scotland over the past 2000 years. Rhapsody In Stephen's Green Wed 28 Jun-Sat 1 Jul. 8pm. £6.95-£8.95 (£3.50—£5). All tickets £3 on Wed 28 Jun. Written in 1943 by Dubliner Flann O’Brien, this work disappeared for over 50 years, and was only recently unearthed. Directed by Andy Arnold, and performed by Final Year Acting Students of the RSAMD, the play satiriscs a range of stereotypical Irish characters by casting them as small-minded invertebrates such as ants and dung- beetles. Sec preview.



297 Bath Street, 287 5511. H, WC, WA] Dance School of Scotlan Tue 27 & Wed 28 Jun. 7.30pm. £7 (£5). A double-bill from these talented young dancers, featuring Robert North’s Songs and Dances set to the music of Franz Schubert, and Glasgow, a history of the city in dance, from St Mungo to the new millennium.


New Street, 887 1010. [H, WC, WA] Summer Shuffle Fri 23 & Sat 24 Jun. 7.30pm. £4 (£2). The Renfrewshire Dance Project present two performances created s ecially for the Shot festival.

T e Passion Thu 29 Jun—Sat 1 Jul. 9pm. £7 (£3). Paisley Arts Centre and Kultyer Dance present this site-specific dance piece created specially for The Shot festival. Choreographed by Pauline and Paul Joseph, The Passion will be performed in the Art Centre grounds.



Ladywell Way, Musselburgh, 665 2240. [P, H, 'IT, WC, WA]

Moon Over Musselburgh Thu 29 Jun—Sat 1 Jul. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £5 (£3.50). The East Lothian locals are up in arms as a film crew tries to re- invent their history for maximum celluloid effect. Devised by innovative theatre company, Benchtours, and 100 volunteers from the community, Moon Over Musselburglr f uses video footage, music, drama and dance to bring to life the area’s fascinating heritage.


13—29 Nicolson Street, 529 6000. [H, WC, WA]

Sing-A-Long-A Sound Of Music Fri 23 & Sat 24 Jun. 7.30pm. £6.50—£8.50 (£5). The Festival Theatre turns into a cinema for the evening, and invites you to commit that most cardinal of sins talking during the screening. Well, not talking exactly, more like singing at the top of your voice to such timeless classics as ‘Sixteen Going On Seventeen’ and ‘Edelweiss’.


2 Leven Street, 529 6000. [H, TT, WC, WA]

Lady Windermere's Fan Until Sat 24 Jun. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £9.50—£17.50 (£7.50—£14.50). Oscar Wilde’s comedy of Victorian manners and morals features Liza Goddard as the mysterious Mrs Erlynne, a woman setting tongues a- wagging in London society. Christopher Biggins and Fenella Fielding complete the celeb-studded line-up as Lord and Lady Windermere. See review.


43—45 High Street, 556 9579/2647. [WC, WA]

Britannica Bold Until Sat 24 Jun. 7.30pm. £5 (£3.50). Common Force Community Theatre Company presents Bill Dunlop’s celebration of the women of the Old Town

and Southside who typeset the Encyclopaedia Britannica by hand.

The Lord Provost Wed 28 & Thu 29 Jun. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). Edinburgh Acting School presents a comic tale of lies, lust and greed as a corrupt Lord Provost flees to a Greek island, but doesn’t find the haven he expected.


Grindlay Street, 248 4848. [P, H, "IT, WC, WA]

The Pilgrimage and This Here Now Sat 24 Jun. 7.30pm. £5 (£2). A double-bill of new work from the Lyceum Youth Theatre. First up is The Pilgrimage, Liverpudlian playwright Paul Goetzee’s allegorical fable about hatred, friendship and the futility of religion; followed by This Here Now, penned by nineteen-year-old LYT member Tim Primrose, capturing the preparation, execution and aftermath of a teenage party. Same Time, Next Year Fri 30 Jun—Sat 29 Jul (not Sun/Mon). 8pm. £7—£17.50 (Ill-£8.75). Briony McRoberts and David Robb star in Bernard Slade’s Californian comedy about a couple who meet up once a year behind their spouses backs. Joining them at various points during their lives, the play gives an insight into the changing climate of 19505, 605 and 705 America. If the storyline sounds familiar, Slade’s play was also turned into a cracking film starring Alan Alda and Ellen Burstyn. See preview.



10 Orwell Terrace, 346 1405. [WC, WA] A Step in Time Fri 23 & Sat 24 Jun. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). An eclectic mix of dance presented by the Dance For All studios. The performance celebrates dance from around the world and includes Argentinean Tango, Cuban Salsa, Spanish Flamenco and Egyptian Belly Dancing.




Kildrum, 01236 732887. [R H, Ti“, WC, WA]

The Laird's New Kilt Wed 28 Jun. See Kids listings.

Groping For Words Thu 29 Jun-Sat 1 Jul. 8pm. £5 (£3). Ace Productions presents Sue Townsend’s humorous play of a teacher about to take her first adult literacy class.

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Same Time Next Year David Robb directs himself in this two-hander with spouse Briony McRoberts. Cheerfully unpretentious and entertaining, the play tells the story of a 25-year illicit relationship between an accountant and an upwardly-mobile working-class woman. Played against the background of the US from 1950 to 1975, the piece also reflects upon a turbulent period of American history. Edinburgh: Royal Lyceum, Fri 30 Jun-Sat 29 Jul.

Desert Rain Blast Theory present a piece which is neither fully theatre nor installation. Involving technology and interaction, it's liable to reformulate your thinking about its subject matter, the Gulf War. A fascinating experiment in performance. Glasgow: Tramway, Thu 29 Jun-Sat 8 Jul.

This grid includes theatre and dance performances at Glasgow and Edinburgh's main theatres. More information, including events at smaller venues, can be found in the listings above and over the page. Performances shown in brackets are free or reduced price previews.

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