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PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE Thu 5 - Sat 7 October 7.30pm Tickets: £7.00/£3.00
Preview Thu 5 - all tickets £3.00
0141 887 1010
TRON THEATRE, GLASGOW
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Tue 10 - Sat 14 October 8.00pm
Tickets: £3.50 - £9.50 0141 552 4267
Wed 18 & Thu 19 October 7.45pm
Tickets: £8.00/£5.00 01236 732887.
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HOWDEN PARK CENTRE. LIVINGSTON
Fri 20 October 7.30pm Tickets: £8.00/£4.00 01506 433634
BELLSHILL CULTURAL CENTRE
Sat 21 October 8.00pm
Tickets: £6.00/£4.00 passport to leisure 01 698 26751 5
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THEATRE LISTINGS continued
14 New Street, 556 5204.
Two and Landscape Mon l6—Tue 17 Oct. 6.30pm. £4 (£3). Begli-Occhi Productions present a double bill of classic short plays. Jim Cartwright’s Two set in a northern pub and Harold Pinter’s reflection of love, Landscape.
BRUNTON THEATRE Iadywell Way, Musselburgh, 665 2240. IP. H, TI‘. WC. WA]
; Simply Sondheim Tue 10 Oct. 7.30pm. ' £9 (£6). Singers Unlimited present some
of the composer’s most famous show tunes.
Antigone Thu 12—Sat 14 Oct. 7.30pm; Thu 1.45pm & 7.30pm. £5.50—£8 (£3—£4). The age old conflict between the personal and the political comes under the spotlight once again when TAG Theatre Company performs Sarah Woods’ version of the Sophocles classic. 60 Wild With The Happy Gang Mon 16—Tue 17 Oct. See Kids listings. Teechers Until Sat 7 Oct. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £5.50—£8 (£4). John Godber turns his attention to the teaching establishment with this humorous, if a little dated, look at life at a comprehensive school.
13—29 Nicolson Street, 529 6000. [H, WC, WA]
Blood Brothers Mon 9—Sat 21 Oct (not Sun). 7.30pm (Thu & Sat mats). £8—£24 (£5—£21). Willy Russell continues to prove that you don’t need the words Lloyd and Webber in your surname to write a successful musical. His award-
. winning tale of twin brothers separated ‘ at birth and brought up in very different
worlds continues to pull the crowds and draw forth the tears.
The Long And The Short And The Tall
Tue l7—Fri 20 Oct. 7.30pm. £5 (£3).
Seven British soldiers face up to the challenges of loyalty and danger in the
HARRY MILLER HALL The Pleasance. 332 2758. = The Melville Music Hall Company Fri 6 Oct. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). An evening of _ old time music hall, with performers ‘ dressed in authentic period costume.
2 Leven Street, 529 6000. [H, TT, WC, WA]
Stars From The Old Moscow Circus Until Sat 7 Oct. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £5—£I2 (£4—£10). The circus comes to town and brings with it the multi-talented performers of this age old establishment. Watch in bewilderment as clowns. jugglers and acrobats run amok on the King’s Theatre stage.
Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell Mon 166m 2] Oct. 7.30pm (Wed 8: Sat mat 2.30pm). £9.50—£18 (£7.50—£15). Tom Conti once again steps into the role which brought him such acclaim on the London stage. Based on the column in The Spectator, Keith Waterhouse's award-winning comedy follows the drunken shenanigans of Bernard, a journalist who dedicated his life to alcohol, gambling and women. See preview.
NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE
43—45 High Street, 556 9579/2647. [WC, WA]
North Sea Routes Mon 9 Oct. 7.30pm. £3.50 (£2). The Merchants o’ Renoun give a rehearsed reading of Kenneth Farrow’s Scots adaptation of Hans Sachs' Fassnac/tspiel, and perform readings of John Roy’s Scots version of Rudolf Steiner's 'I'lre .S'cclenka/cndar.
18—22 Greenside Place, 0870 6063424. [11, WC, WA]
Grease Tue 10—Sat 21 Oct (not Sun). Mon—Sat 7.30pm (Wed 8; Sat mats 2.30pm). £10—£22.50. It’s the musical that just won’t die. Despite already enjoying a three-month run at the Playhouse, it seems there are a few people who didn’t catch it last time. So if you’re looking for some l950s high school fun, here you go.
ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE
Grindlay Street, 248 4848. [P, H, T1", WC. WA]
The Hypochondriak Until Sat 7 Oct. 7.45pm. £7—£20. Ex-I)r 11710 star Sylvester McCoy heads the cast in this adaptation of Moliere‘s comedy about a wealthy invalid obsessed with his imaginary illnesses.
Captain Corelli's Mandolin Tue 10—Thu 12 Oct. 7.30pm. £10 (£5). Mike Maran’s Fringe hit blends music. theatre and storytelling as the team of four actors and musicians bring Louis de Berniere‘s hu ’er popular novel to life.
Dig You Used To Be R.D. Laing? Wed 11 Oct. 9.30pm. £15 (£7.50). Mike Maran
TAG's Antigone: Touring the East Coast at the Brunton