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 venues in (ilasgow are available from the Ticket Centre. ('andleriggs. .\Ion~ Sat l0.30am 6.30pm: Sun noon 5pm in person or until 9pm by phone on 0l4l 287 55l l. Any Ticketlink box office can sell tickets for other venues. THEATRE TOKENS
llwl‘ liltllL‘LthS \L‘l]llL‘\ W ltL‘l'L‘ 'l'heatre Tokens can be exchanged for tickets. Tokens cart be bought front the Ticket Centre. ('andleriggs. (ilasgow. 0l4l 287 5910: most branches of W”. Smith. John .‘vlen/ies and James Thin Booksellers: or by credit card from 'l'okenline. (H71 240 8800.
253 Argyle Street. 0901 ()22 ()300. |W(‘. WAI
The National Review Of Live Art l'ntil Stm l7 l-‘eb. Britain’s longest running festival of live art takes up residency in the Arches with an eclectic range of new work from around the world and the l'K.
And On The Thousandth Night Sun 17 l-‘eb. l2.30 6.30pm. l-‘orced lintertainment presents a pared down version of its London show (vv hich lasted
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24 hours). in which eight kings and queens tell a series of tales. See preview. Oleanna l-‘ri 22 & Sat 23 Feb. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). Theatre Informer presents David Matnet‘s controversial look at the power struggle between men and women. When the friendship between a teacher and student moves to another level. is it sexual harassment or simply misunderstanding‘.’ Audiences have been divided for over a decade.
CASTLEMILK COMMUNITY CENTRE
l2l ('astlemilk Drive
The Bear and The Proposal Wed 27 l’eb. 7.30pm. Benchtours presents two one-act farces by .Anton ('hekhov. In The Bear. a misogynist falls for the widow of a man who owed him money: in The Proposal a hypochondriac argues with the woman he wants to marry.
5.50 Sauchiehall SII'L‘CI. 553 4900. |\\'(‘. \\'.-\I The Milgram Re-Enactment Sun l7 l-‘eb. 3pm. Free. ((‘(‘A 3). Rod Dickinson presents a live reconstruction ofl)r Stanley Milgram's  social psychology experiment. '()bedience to .-\uthority‘.
Mat Fraser - Sealboy Freak Wed
20 ck Thu 2] Feb. 8pm. £8 (£6). ((‘(’:\ 5).
Disabled actor .\lat l-‘raser questions whether or not disabled actors are seen as ‘freaks’.
Reckless Sleepers - Terminal Wed 27 Feb Sat l .\lar. 7pm & 8.30pm. £5 (£4). ((’('A 5). The Scottish premiere of Reckless Sleepers’ performance constructed from the last ten minutes of fottr film soundtracks: ('ilirc'n Iv'um'. IfricfIz'm'utmlt'r. 'I'ln' Ala/law I'il/(‘UII and l.('.\ [Nu/m/iqucs. l'sing headphones. the audience listen to the soundtrack from a film while the performers act otit the scenes. ()nly sixteen places per sltovv.
I I9 (iot‘bals Street. 429 0022. IP. H. 'lvl‘. W(‘. WAI
The Caretaker t'ntil Sat 23 Feb (not Sun/Mon). 7.30pm. £l0 (£3). ((‘ircle Studio). llarold Pinter’s groundbreaking 1960 play about two estranged brothers and a tramp in an unkempt house. See review.
Observe The Sons Of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme l'ntil Sat 23 Feb (not Sun/Mon). 7.30pm. £ l0 (£3). (.‘vlain Theatre). l’rank .\Ic(iuinness’s award-winning play about eight men from the same Irish province during World War One. See review.
l-‘innieston Quay. 08700404000. lP. ll. w(‘. vv'..\|
West End And Broadway - A Valentine’s Gala Sat )6 lieb. 7.30pm. £l6.50-—£25.50. Romantic hits.
9 l'niversity Avenue. 330 5522. Popcorn Thu 28 lieb Sat 2 Mar. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). Student Theatre At (ilitsgovv presents Ben lilton's tale of two serial killers in Hollywood.
297 Bath Street. 287 55l l. Ill. W('. WAI Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat t'ntit Sui to l’eb. Thu 2.30pm & 7.30pm: Fri 5pm & 8pm: Sat 2pm. 5pm iv 8pm. £5 -£2 l .50. Twenty two years after its first performance. Andrew l.loy d Webber and Tim Rice's biblical musical is still pulling in the crowds.
Mame Tue l9 Sat 23 l‘eb. 7.l5pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £6 £l4. Paisley Operatic Society presents the tnusical tale of Mame Dennis. a wealthy woman living in l920s .\'ew York.
Mum’s The Word Tue 26 lieb Sat 23 Mar. 7.30pm (Wed mat 2.30pm); Sat 6pm ck 8.30pm. £l0 £l8. Yitqgtll‘l star Blythe Duff and ex-l)eacon Blue vocalist Lorraine .\lclntosh are joined by four other women. each with a tale to tell about the joys of parenting. See review.
PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE
New Street. 887 l0l0. Ill. W('. WAI Cave Dwellers Thu )4 Sat to l-‘eb. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50): 'l'hursday preview £3. 7:84 Theatre (‘ompany presents .\'icola .\lc('artney‘s new play uncovering the fear and uncertainty faced by asylum seekers who flee their homeland.
Oleanna Wed 20 l’eb. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). See The Arches.
Nicholas Nickleby l‘ri 22 v Sat 23 lieb. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). Red Shift It‘anspot‘ls Dickens' Victorian classic lo the I950s. as Nicholas struggles to survive having been left penniless after the death of his father.
l2l Renlield Street. 332 I846. 0’. W(’. WAI
Peter Powers l'ntil Sat 23 l-‘eb (Sats only). 7.30pm. £ H) for 2 seats. The popular hypnotist returns.
Peter Powers Midnight Madness l'niil Sat 23 Feb (Sats only). Midnight. £l0. Adults-only version.
98 Ingram Street. 552 3489. ll’. W('. WA. WAAI
Teechers Wed 20 Hi 22 Feb. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). Reid Kerr (‘ollege ll.\'l) drama tlteatrc sllltlcnls present John (iotllk‘fs black comedy about a naive drama teacher and his lawless school.
l00 Renfrew SII‘L‘L‘I. 352 5057. III. \\'(’. WAI
A Perfect Number Tue I9 Fri 22 l’eb. 7.l5pm. £6 (£4). Students present this experimental performance combining improvisation. choreography and video. The Visit .\lon 25 Thu 28 Feb. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). A millionairess makes a
sinister bargain with local townsfolk. in this play by Friedrich l)urrenmatt.
282 Hope Street. 33: ()oo(). Ill. W(‘. WAI The Good Hope t'ntil Sat l6 l-‘eb. 7.l5pm (Sat mat 2.l5pm). £5~£l8.50. Bil/v Iillin/ writer. Lee Hall adapts l)utch playwright llerman lleijermans' acclaimed work for the Royal National Theatre. with l-‘ranccs De La Tour. Tom (ieorgeson and Iain Robertson heading a 2 l -strong cast. As a storm rages. a village community wait anxiously for the safe return of fishing vessel The (iood Hope and their loved ones onboard.
25 Albert Drive. 287 3900. IP. 'IT WC. WA]
Avalanche Thoughts l'ntil Thu )4 Feb. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£5.50). lixperiences of gallery. theatre and concert hall meet in Andrew Poppy and Julia Bardsley's commission for New Territories.
63 Trongate. 552 4267.
Resident Alien Thu l4 Sat l6 l’eb. 8pm. £8 £l l (£5 £6). Quentin ('risp lives again through Betty Bourne. as the award-winning actor welcomes us into ('risp‘s one-room .\'ew York apartment for reflections on life. love and sex. Clinic. Exit Thu 28 l‘eb —Sat 2 Mar. 7.30pm. £9.50 (£6.50). Poland's Akademia Ruchu and the Tron ('ompany presents this visually-driven look at the power of money and fear.
25 Albert Drive. 287 3900. 0’. 'IT W('. WAI
Scratching The Inner Fields Sat )6 a Sun l7 l-‘eb. 7.30pm. £9.50 (£6.50). The British premiere of Belgian dance company l'ltima \’e/'s dark. shadowy fantasy which borders the subconscious and physical state of being. ('horeographed by Wim Vandekeybus. with music by liavesdropper and text based on a fairytale by Peter \'erhelst. an all-female cast of seven dancers explore the transcendence of human form. See preview.
Noah Trilogy Wed 208m 23 Feb. 7pm. £9.50 (£6.50). An interactive event. making use of audience images. names and voices. Hungarian company Arttis fuses dance. theatre. live music. video and installation to create an intimate and personal three-act journey. See preview. Waterwall Wed 27 Feb -l-'ri l Mar. 7.30pm. £9.50 (£6.50). Ten dancers from ltaly's Materiali Resistenti Dance Factory challenge the power of water and the law of gravity. Set to hypnotic. throbbing music. this athletic performance takes place on an imposing aquatic curtain and incorporates radical sporting equipment such as harnesses. bungee ropes and surfing gear. See preview.
3 (‘hainbers Street. 650 8058. Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald Wed 27 lieb liri l .\lar. 8pm. The annual production from lidinburgh l'niversity (ierman Play Societ.
l lb Bristo Place. 225 9893. |W('. WAI A Sensational Novel Mon l8 Wed 20 Feb. 8.30pm. £5 (£4.50). lidinburgh l'niversity 'l'heatre (‘ompany gets its annual l-‘().\'TS l-‘estival off to a musical start with this ‘lost‘ work by W. (i. (iilbert (of(iilbert & Sullivan fame). Written I50 years ago. (iilbcrt’s original script will be set to a new musical score by rising young musician. .\like Nash. Once Bitten Thu 2) Sat 23 t-‘eh. 8.30pm. £5 (£4.50). lidinburgh l'niversity 'l'heatrc ('ompany gets its teeth into a vampire musical. as part of its annual l5().\'TS festival.