Edinburgh, Drama, continued
The Monday Lizard Mon 4 Jun. 8pm.
Free. The Traverse‘s infortnal and
increasingly popular monthly night of new
work by Scotland-based writers. read by actors in the bar. Tonight's thetne is 'llotneland'. with all contributions looking at the subject of asylum seekers and refugees. As usual. readings are interspersed with either live tnusic or a DJ.
Borders Fusion Thu 7—Sat 9 Jun. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). Following the success of their Highland Shorts- venture. the 'I‘raversc now look to the south. with this collection of new short plays by writers
living in the Scottish Borders. See preview.
Haiku Mon 28 May. Denmark's Teatro Rio Rose base their story on the poetic
of Scotland Children 's' International Theatre Festival. See Kids listings. Romanzo d’lntanzla (A Childhood Tale) Mon 28 May—Sat 2 Jun. Italy's Compagnia Abbondanza-Bertoni present the UK premiere of this piece which tackles issues of self-esteem. dependency and freedom. Part of the Bank of Scotland Children 's International Theatre Festival. See Kids listings.
Art Guﬂ‘aw Wed 30 May—Sun 3 Jun. American Jitn Jackson uses humour. clowning. magic. puppetry and bubbles to
' portray this bungling comic character. Part
oft/re Bank of Scotland Children 's
International Theatre I'estival. See Kids
Frankenstein Thu 31 May. 7pm. £4. l See Glasgow. Tron Theatre.
millisesiiiiiits 319M gs! GN
6-11 August 2001 - £150
A comprehensive introduction to theatre set ond costume design led by designer Sarah Pouley.
For on application form coll 014i 565 101 i Deodline for return of opplicotions 29 July 2001.
light/1733,0005 253 ARGYLE sr, GLASGOW
'There is only one word that could replace Paris, and that is Piaf Marlene Dietrich 3'
Love, Laughter & Sunday
Gary Hume journeys through musicals throughout the world Tickets £8/4 from Scottish Music Theatre 0845 - 087- 8708
SCOTTISH MUSIC THEATRE
Tues 29 May to Sat 2 June 8.30
Edith Piaf: Christine Bovill Musical Director: Gary Hume
Learning 3 June 8.30
Glasgow College of Nautical Studies Productions
Wed 6 to Fri 8 June 7.30
THE SHEWING-UP OF BLANCO POSNET - G. B. Shaw PASSION, POISON 8. PETRIFACTION - G. B. Shaw STEEL MAGNOLIAS - Robert Harding
Tickets from the Ramshorn Theatre 98 Ingram Street, Glasgow 0141 - 552 3489 email@example.com
66 THE LIST 24 May—7 Jun 2001
form of a Japanese haiku. Part of the Bank Edinburgh Dance
Lady well Way. Mtisselburgh. 665 2240. ll’. H. TT. WC. WA]
Show 2001 l'ntil Sat 26 May. 7.30pm. £4. A show case of ballet. tap and jail by Academy's Edinburgh. Mid and East Lothian pupils.
l3v~29 Nicolson Street. 5296000. Ill. “1‘. was]
Nederlands Dans Theater 2 Thu 24r--Sat 26 May. 7.30pm. £7.50~-£l8 (£4.50~£ l 5 ). Dance companies doth come much finer than Nederlands Dans Theater. and their younger wing .\'l)T2 are just as exceptional. Back in Edinburgh alter their triumphant show at last year's Festival. the stunning group of 17 22- year-olds repeat their 2000 crowd pleaser Minus lo pIUs works by Paul Lightfoot and Jiri Kylian.
Jaleo Fri 1 8.: Sat 2 Jun. 7.30pm. £8 -£ l 3 (£5—£10). See (ilasgow.
Catnbridge Street. 228 1404. ll’. ll. 'l'l‘. WC. WA]
Physical Recall Dance Company Thu 7 Jun. 8pm. £8 (£4). The London-
based contemporary dance company
present two new works: Built by choreographer Jamie Watton. which looks
at society‘s attitudes towards old age: and
Lifelong a look at the survival of the fittest. co-created by Walton with l‘iona Edwards.
E Central Drama & Dance
Carrick Street. ()l292 61 1222. III. WC.
Halfway To Paradise: The Billy
Fury Story Fri 1 Jun. 7.30pm.
£8--£l2.50. See Edinburgh. Festival
REGAL COMMUNITY THEATRE
South Bridge Street. ()1506 433634.
‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore Tue 29 May. 7.30pm. £8 (£5). See Edinburgh. Brunton Theatre.
Cumbernauld CUMBERNAULD THEATRE
Kildrum. 01236 732887. [R H.'I'1‘. wc. WA]
E Chess Thu 24—Sat 26 May. 7.45pm. £7 ' (£5). Motherwell College perform this
. popular musical based on an East meets
f West love triangle.
Ghost Writer Fri 1 8; Sat 2 Jun.
7.45pm. £5 (£3.50). Apex Players present the story of Edward. who unable to cope after his wife's suicide. moves in with his old gay actor friend Alex.
I Love And Money Wed 6 Jun. 7.45pm. £7—£8 (£4—£5). Playwright Rona Munro and actress Fiona Knowles team up once
again in this comedy about SUsie. a single mum with a dead end job and no prospects - until she‘s suddenly offered three chances to change her life.
East Port. 01383 3l4l27. IP. H. \NC'. \NA] ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore Mon 4 Jun.
7.30pm. £7 (£3—£4). See Edinburgh. Brunton Theatre.
Captain Corelli’s Mandolin Sat 26
May. 7.30pm. £8 (£5—£6). See Glasgow. Cottier Theatre.
Did You Used To Be R.D. Laing? Sat 26 May. 9.30pm. £7 (£4—£5). See Glasgow. Cottier Theatre.
EAST KILBRIDE ARTS CENTRE ()ld Coach Road. ()1355 261000. [R H. WC. WA]
Love Letters Fri I Jun. 8pm. £6 (£4). Home Is Where The Heart Is theatre
company bring AR. (ittrney 's passionate letters to life.
Female Transport Fri 25 .& Sat 26 May. 8pm. £6 (£4). Sis female convicts set sail on an Attstralian prison ship. in this new play from Hurrah productions.
FALKIRK TOWN HALL
West Bridge Street. 0| 324 506850. ll’. WC. WA]
Terry Neason - Celtic Kisses, Slaps And Tickles Hi I Jun. 8pm. £9 (£8). Singer and comedian Neason blends a range of Celtic songs with her own inimitable brand of sassy humour. Nessie - The Loch Ness Monster Mon 28 May. 10,15am & l.l5pm.
£2.50 £5. See Kids listings.
GREENOCK ARTS GUILD Campbell Street. 01475 723038. ll’. ll. WA]
Jive! Jive! Jive! Hi 25 a Sat 2o May. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£5.50). Take Two Productions present this new musical cotnedy set around a (ilasgow dance hall and lilled with 50s hits.
Puff The Magic Dragon Sun 27
May. See Kids listings.
HAMILTON TOWN HALL
Lower Auchingramont Road. (11698 452299. IP. WC. WA]
Jive! Jive! Jive! Thu 24 May. 7.30pm. £8 (£4.50). See (irecnock.
'l'raquair. ()1896 830323. ll’. W(‘. WA] Nelfth Night Mon 4 Sun I0 Jun. Tweed Theatre give a promenade performance of Shakespeare‘s comic play of mistaken. against the atmospheric historical backdrop of 'l‘raquair llottse.
9 (ireen Street. 01563 523590. Frankenstein Sat 2 Jun. 2pm. £3. Sec (ilasgow. Tron Theatre.
ADAM SMITH THEATRE
Bcnnochy' Road. 01592 4l292‘). Il’. ll. WC. WA]
A Place At The Table Fri 25 May. 7.30pm. £8.50 (£5.50). Not The National Theatre. a company comprising former National Theatre performers. present Simon Block's witty satire about an ambitious TV exec who commissions a talented young writer to create a controversial sitcom.
Decky Does A Bronco Wed 30 May. 7.30pm. £8.50 (£4.25 £5). (irid Iron Theatre Company‘s acclaimed hit of last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival comes to the Adam Smith. It tells the story of five young boys who act out their dreams and fears in their local swing park until tragedy strikes. Suitable for ages 10+. Playing From The Heart Wed 6 at Thu 7 Jun. 7pm. £8.50 (£4.25-£5.50 four seats for 24). See Edinburgh. Royal Lyceum Theatre.
University of Stirling. 01786 461081. ll’. H. WC. WA]
Moby Dick Tue 5 & Wed 6 Jun. 1 lam. £2.50. See Edinburgh. Theatre Workshop. Kids Sat 26 & Sun 27 May. See Kids listings.
Female Transport Sun 27 May. 7.45pm. £6.50 (£4.50). See East Kilbride. 1984 Tue 29 May—Sat 2 Jun. 7.30pm (Thu mat 2pm). £7 (£3.50). Northern Stage Ensemble present a hard-hitting new adaptation of ()rwell's chilling vision of the future. where Big Brother is for real. Arresting music and large scale projection filmed in Moscow add to the atmosphere. Due to the violent nature of some scenes. the show is not suitable for under 16s. See preview.