Theatre 1.

Drama is listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Dance is listed after drama for each city. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication.

Drama & dance listings compiled by Kelly Apter.


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Tickets for major ycnues in (ilasgow' are ayailable front the Ticket ('cntre. (‘andleriggs. .\lon Sat 10.30am (r30me Sun noon 5pm in person or until 9pm by phone on (ll-ll 2S7 55l l. Any Ticketlink box office cart sell tickets for other venues. THEATRE TOKENS

TT indicates ycnues where Theatre Tokens can be exchanged for tickets. 'l‘okens cart be bottght from the Ticket ('entre. ('andleriggs. (ilasgow. (ll-ll 287 5910; most branches of W.ll. Smith. John .‘ylen/ies and James Thin Booksellers; or by credit card from 'l’okenline. 0171 2-10 8800.

Glasgow Drama


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Mozart’s Nacht Music t'ntil Sat 17 .\'o\' (not Sun/Mon). 7.30pm. £10 (£3). ((‘ircle Studio). The world premiere of (ierman writer Rolf liochhuth’s play. which reycals the consequences of Mozart's death on his pupil attd loyer Magdalena. See reyiew.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream l'ntil Sat 17 NM (not Sun/Mon). 7.30pm. £l0 (£3). (iiles llayergal directs the ('iti/cns' 'l'heatre (‘ompany in Shakespeare's magical comedy of loye potions and misplaced affections. See reyiew.


93-95 llyndland Street. 357 3868. Ill. W(‘. WA]

Haunted Fri 9 6’; Sat 10 .\'o\'. 8pm. £7 (£5). Tickets from 0141 6490112. Theatre liusion presents three short plays celebrating llallowe’en including lidgar Allan Poe's The 72']! 'Iu/t' Heart. a new work by John Pielmeier entitled A (£11m! Story. and an adaptation of Ber-mice by Scottish writer Peter Lamb. See preyicw.


Dukes Road. ('ambuslang. (i-ll 83l‘). Blue Remembered Hills Thu 8 Noyg 7.30pm. £2 (£1 ). Theatre l-‘usion stages Dennis Potter's screenplay. in which adults portray children playing an innocent game with tragic consequences.


.\'ei|yaig [)riye. Rutherglen ()34 3158. Haunted 'I'ue () .\'oy. 7.30pm. See (‘ottier Theatre.


‘) l'niyersity Ayenue. 330 5522.

Road Thu 8 Sat 10 No\. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). STAG takes on Jim ('artwright's hard—hitting and compelling journey down a small Lancashire road. encountering its many residents.

If I Knew Now What I Knew Then Thu 15 Sat l7 .\'oy. 8pm. £8 (£4). Performance arid yidco artist Donna Rutherford ttses computer technology. facial morphing techniques and music to explore how we cope with life.

KING’S THEATRE 297 Bath Street. 287 551 l. Ill. W(‘. WA|

A Puck against a wall in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Citizens’ Theatre,

Dean Park’s Search For A Star

l'ntil Sat 3 Nov. 7.30pm. £7.50 £lo.50.

A host of hopefuls take to the stage its part of Radio (‘lyde's competition. accompatticd by music and comedy from Park and his big band.

The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas Tue o Sat 10 .\'oy. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £(i £ H. The Pantheon ('lub presents this raunchy satirical tale of a Texas brothel and its yirginal college boy cttstomers.

Annie Get Your Gun Tue 13 Sat l7 .\'o\. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm).

£6 £13. The popular wild west musical is brought to the stage by tlte (ilasgow Light Opera ('lub.


.\'ew Street. 887 1010. Ill. W(‘. WAI Love 8: Money Tue () .\’o\. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). The Msftts present liiona Knowles in this cotttic play about what happens when your dreams come true.

PAISLEY TOWN HALL Abbey (into. 337 mm. Shakers Wed 14 Sat )7 .\'m-.

7.30pm. £5 (£4 ). local company Trinity

Theatre performs John (iodber‘s popular cotncdy about four cocktail waitresses.


l2] Reniield Street. 332 lS-to. ll’. W(‘. WA]

Derek Acorah Sat 3 .\'o\. 7.30pm. £l l. The popular TV psychic. known for his spiritualist powers and supernatural inyestigations. returns to the Payilion.

A Happy Medium Mon 12 Thu 22 Nov. 7.30pm (Wed & Sat ntat 2pm). £l0 £l-l. Dorothy Pattl stars in this new comedy abotit a woman trying to make contact with lter dead sister. \‘ia a local psychic.



()8 Ingram Street. 553 348‘). ll’. W(‘. WA. WAAI

Barefoot Boy With Shoes On l'ntil Sat 3 \oy. 7.30pm. £8 (£4). Strathclydc 'l'lteatrc (iroup presents lidwin Sanche/‘s acclaimed play about a misunderstood New Yorker who tries to make a better life for his ttnborn son. Part (“ti/(152(1):

The Evils Of Tobacco til 2 (k Sat 3 .\'o\'. l-"ri llpm; Sat 4pm. £4 (£2). ('harles Donnelly deliycrs (‘hckhoy ’s tragi—comic monologue about one father's attempt to pttt his scy cit-year- old son olT sttiokiltg.

Cuban Cigar Factory liri t) & Sat l0 .\'oy. l0.30pm. £5 (£3). A mi\ of text. music and song with .\like (iott/alel. writer (‘liris l)olan and filmmaker Ay tttar Requcs. eyoking the spirit of(‘uba.

Comedy Of Errors Tony Cownie's production is full of theatrical trickery and just plain good fun. Follow the fortunes of two sets of identical twins and the farcical misunderstandings that surround them. See review. Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, until Sat 77 Nov

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Giles Havergal directs a perennial favourite at an uncharacteristic time. A clever design concept and some first-rate performances make this a compelling night of theatre. See review. Citizens' Theatre. Glasgow. until Sat 7 7 Nov.

Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo An all-male ensemble take on the classical ballet cannon with tongue firmly in cheek. Skilled and delightful parody from a quality company. See preview. Festival Theatre. Edinburgh. Thu 8—Sat 70 Nov.

Mark Morris Dance Group Four eclectic contemporary works from New York's finest. Prepare to be touched in all the right places by Morris's life-affirming choreography. See review. Theatre Royal, Glasgow. 9—70 Nov.

Scottish Dance Theatre In a fortnight dominated by American dance. our own contemporary company continue to blossom with this impressive double-bill. featuring Janet Smith's witty take on Scottish life. High Land. See review. Gil/norehi/IG 72. Glasgow. 2—3 Nov.

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