Glasgow, Tramway continued
Black Over Red Thu 22 Sat 24 Nov. 8pm. £8 (£4). (‘ryptic presents a multi- artforrn choral work in conjunction with the aw ard-winning l.at\ ian Radio (‘hoirz Set to an electronic soundscape and vocal score by composer Anthea Haddow. and incorporating movement by dancer Michelle Alan and sculptures by Latvian artists (ilebs Panteleiey s. the performance is based on the epic Russian poem Requiem.
Bright Colours Only Thu 3‘)
.\'ov Sat 1 Dec. 8.15pm. £6 (£3). Pauline (ioldsrnith collaborates with visual artist Mandy .\lclntosh to celebrate the tr'ansience of life. Suitable for ages over 1(). See preview.
MCLELLAN GALLERIES 27llSztllL‘1th1lttll Sll'L‘L‘I. .552 7521. [1). 11. W(‘. WAI
The Dance School of Scotland Sat 17 Nov. noon. £2 (£1 ). .A performance from these talented young dancers to accompany the 140th .Annual R(}l eshihition.
ROYAL CONCERT HALL
2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 S000. [11. W('. WAI
Raw! Rhythm at Work! Thu 29 .\'o\. 8pm. £15 £19.50. .‘yltisic and dance combine as this dynamic young company thump the bejcsus otrt of anything they can get their hands on. from cement iniyers to scrubbing hrttshes.
36 (ilenfarg Street
We, The People Sat l? .\'o\. 2.30pm. A celebration of the Native Atnerican people and their rich culture. featuring traditional dance. live music. story telling and a question and answer session llttle‘Ll
by Radio 2 DJ. Johnnie Walker.
14 New Street. 558 7604.
Diary Of A Crisp Packet Mon 26 .\'ov. 2pm. l-‘ree. .A performance from totrring theatre company. linvironmcntal Arts.
Ladywell Way. .\Iusselburgh. 665 2240. 11’. 11. ff. W(‘. WA]
Sleeping Beauty Tue 27 Nov—Sat 5 Jan. £10.75 (£6.75): family ticket £33. Panto ftrn with the Brunton Theatre (‘ompanyz
CHURCH HILL THEATRE
33a Morningside Road. 220 434‘). II). III Stags And Hens t'ntil Sat l7 Nov. 7.30pm. £6 (£5). l.eitheatre stages Willy Russell's comedy about a bride and groom out on the town before their nuptials.
Forsyte Saga Wed 28 .\'ov=~8at l l)ec. 7.30pm. £7 (£6). Am dram collaboration from the Makars and I).\ll)(‘.
lilm Row. 317 393‘). Ill. '1']. W(‘. WAI Marat/Sade Tue 20 Sat 24 Nov. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £5 (£3). QM acting students present this vibrant reworking of Peter Weiss‘ theatre of cruelty classic. See de Sade orchestrate the persecution of Marat by the inmates of his lunatic asylum.
2 l.even Street. 52‘) 6000. [11. 'l'l‘. W('. WA]
Bedside Manners t‘ntil Sat l7 Nov. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £10 £16 (£5.51) £ 1 3 l. Tim Brooke-Taylor stars as the hapless hotel manager in this archetypal farce about a cotrple involved in an illicit affair who tttrn tip for a dirty \K‘L‘L‘kclttl.
The Gang Show 2001 Tue 2()—-Sat 24 Nov. 7pm (Sat mat 2.15pm). £7—£9.50. You can't keep a good troupe down and. once again. over 180 of lidinburgh’s scotrts and guides sing. dance and act their little hearts out.
NETHERBOW ARTS CENTRE 43—45 High Street. 556 9579. [WC WA]
Thenew L'ntil Sat 24 Nov (not Sun). 7.30pm. £8 (£6). Theatre Alba presents the story of (‘eltic princess Thenew. who went on to become the (‘hristian Saint linoch.
18—22 (ireenside Place. 0870 6063424. IH. W(‘. WA]
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers t'ntil Sat l7 Nov. 7.30pm (Wed 8; Sat tnat 2.30pm). £7.50—£23. The popular musical. irnrnortalised on the big screen with Howard Keel. is live on stage with former Bron/(side star Sam Kane in the lead role of Adam. the eldest brother.
Chicago Tue 20 Nov—Sat 1 Dec (not Sun). 7.30pm (Wed & Sat mat 2.30pm). £8.50—£32.50. The West [ind musical sensation embarks on its first national tour. with ex-lz‘usrlz'mlers star John Altman (aka .\'ick Cotton) staring as the lawyer who falls foul of nightclub dancer Roxie Hart. See preview.
ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (irindlay Street. 248 4848. ll’. H. 'lVI‘. W(‘. WA]
The Comedy Of Errors t'ntil Sat 17 .\'ov. 7.45pm. £7 £17.50 (£5 £13). Director Tony (‘ownie packs more than the average amount of mischief into this playfttl production of Shakespeare's comedy. Recommended.
TRAVERSE THEATRE (‘arnbridge Street. 228 1404. [1). ll. TT. \\'(‘. \VAI
Class Act 2001 Until Fri 16 Nov. 7.30pm. Free. The result of three- month's workshops between l.othian school children and professional playwrights.
Onefourseven Tue 20 Nov. 7.30pm. £3 (£1.50). Philip Howard directs a rehearsed reading of Stanley liveling’s new play. in which a man recollects his imprisonment during the Holocaust.
CHURCH HILL THEATRE
33a Morningside Road. 2204349. IP. H]
Bits ‘n’ Pieces l-‘ri 23 & Sat 24 Nov. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). Showcase from the Andrea Douglas School Of Dance.
13—2‘) Nicols‘on Street. 52‘) 6()()(). [11. W(‘. WA]
Richard Alston Dance Company Fri 23 Nov. 7.30pm. £6.50—-£l4. Alston. the veteran British choreographer. is behind one of Britain's most exciting contemporary dance companies. and he is a craftsman of great skill. This performance. however. is atypically old-fashioned. See review.
Central Drama & Dance
SIR JOHN WILSON TOWN HALL
Stirling Street. 01698 267515. I1’.ll. W(‘. WA]
Dean Park’s Big Night Out Hi 23 Nov. 7.30pm. £10.50 (£9.50). All- rounder Park serves tip an evening of music and comedy. including a live rendition of his single. ‘Wee Andy Webber"s Scottish Medley".
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