co Thursday 19 July - Thursday 2 August 2001

The guide to events in central Scotland

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Features 10 EDINBURGH FESTWAL 2001

Our first overview of the capital's cultural marathon picks out early highlights including:

12 Jeff Koons In the studio with the former bad boy of American art.

1 6 Hedwig And The Angry Inch The cult American cross—dressing rock musical hits the stage and the big screen.

19 Double Acts Why stand—ups are pairing up to hit those twin peaks.

20 Renegade Promotions The people who brought us Pure keep the beat going on for late-night revelry.

22 T on the Fringe l-low pop music staked a claim amid the festival mayhem.

25 Science Fiction The Book Festival boldly goes into the universe of SF.

26 Dublin theatre Why the Irish are out in force and breaking with tradition.

27 Dance highlights More choreographic treats from the International Festival plus some Fringe surprises.

I Events 34 Film

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JG Flliit listings

51 Music

5.: Rock & Pop listings

68 Jax.’ listings

(31 Folk ti World listings

0.8 Classical 61 Opera listings 64 Theatre & Dance

01 theatre 51 Daintie listings 68 Comedy

70 Gay / 1 Ga}, listings

72 Clubs

Vi» ('Jltlhs listings 0L) Venues

4 Art

80 Gallery listings 94 Kids

95 Glasgow Life

97 Edinburgh Life

I The Goods

99 Buy of the fortnight 100 Books

105 Records

107 Games

108 Internet

109 Video DVD

109 TV

1 13 Food

114 Shopping

1 1 7 Travel

I Classified

1 18 Recruitment 121 Flatshare 127 I Saw You

I Rear view

28 Gay ange Steamy Samurai and 128 pm Kay (.1 MW Farm)“

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30 Children’s highlights Doing it for the kids. from Mr Bump to The Gruffa/o.

Gig on the Green supplement Our 16—page guide to Glasgow‘s summer music festival. Featuring Eminem. Marilyn Manson. Travis. Kelis and the complete line up.