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 l'or major \enues in (ilasgtm are a\ai|able from the Ticket (‘eutre. (’andleriggs. .\lon Sat lllﬁtlam 0.30me Stilt noon 5pm itt person or until 9pm b} phone on (llJl 2S7 SSl l. Any 'l'iclsetlinlx lt(l\ office can sell tickets for other \L‘lltlc‘s. THEATRE TOKENS
T'T indicates \eitues \( here Theatre Tokens can be e\changed for tickets. 'l‘okens can be bought from the Ticket (’entre. ('attdleriggs. (ilasgou. (ll-ll 337 59“): most branches ol‘ \\'.l 1. Smith. John Menzies and James Thin Booksellers: or b} credit card from Tokenline. (ll7l 24f) SSllll.
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The Dawn Thu l l Sat l3 Apr. Spin. L'tt (£4). Nomad recreates the mudd} hell ol the World War I battlefields. in \\ hich three tueu la} injured auaiting their late. l’rlrl nil/iv /'k'\/ii‘u/ ulﬂVt'it‘ Scull/(It I./I('(lll'(’.
New Town Tllll ll Sat l3 Apr. 8.15pm. £0 (£3 l. Scale Project e\plores
architecture and the city in this specially devised perl‘orttiauce l'ttsing visual art. \‘lLlL‘U. installation and theatre. I’u/‘I (MI/Iv /'t'.\lit'tl/ (t/in’H‘ Scull/5‘]! Iii/H‘tllli'.
350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. |\\'(‘. WA]
The Mute Who Was Dreamed Thu ll Apr. Spin. L'S (U3). (('(‘A 5). ()ne of' Iran's leadittg experitttental theatre companies. Theatre Bali makes a rare Visit to Scotland with this tale of a deal mute girl and her teacher.
ll‘) (iorbals Street. 42‘) 0023. Il’. ll. TT. \\'(‘. \VAI
Judith l'tttil Sat :0 Apt (not Sun/Mon). 7.30pm. £10 (£3). ('ircle Studio. Theatre in Action presents Howard Barker‘s alternative take on this biblical tale.
Perfect Days l'ntil Sat 20 Apr (not Sun/Mont. 7.30pm. £10 (Bl. Main 'I‘heatre. l.i/ l.oehhead’s criticall) acclaimed play about a successful hairdresser \\ hose biological clock starts ticking loudl). prompting some lite-changing decisions. Revived b_\ Borderline.
Singles Night Tue 23 Apr Sat 4 Ma). 7.30pm. Ht) ([3). lools()l'T Theatre (‘ompan_\ explores different attitudes to being single. through l'oui' short plays b_\' contemporar} \\ riters. See prex ieu.
9 l'nixersit) A\ cutie. 330 5522. Movement ls Freedom Thu
25 Sat 27 Apr. 7.30pm (Sat mat Rpml. £l(l(£5 £7.5lll. Dancepoint .\lttsical Theatre School combines choreography song and drama to create an unorthodo\ \ isual e\perience.
207 Bath Street. 37 55] I. Ill. \\'(‘. WA] Copacabana 'l‘liu l I Sat 2() Apr (ttol Sun). 7.30pm (Wed ck Sat mat 2.30pm). £0 L'lb. (il;t\g()\\"s Apollo l’la} ers presents the steam} tale of I,ola and her lox er in Barr} Manilou 's nightclub musical.
(i (iramille Street. 287 SSI l. Ill. 'l'l'. \\'(‘. WA]
The Legend Of Cruach Cross l‘ntil Thu 1 l Apr. 7pm. £8.50. Student Slit)“ celebrating the ('eltic traditions.
THE OLD FRUITMARKET
Albion Street. 2S7 SSI l. [\\'(‘. \VAI Brave l’ntil Thu 1 t Apr. Spm (Sat tuat 3pm). £ltl (Hit. A promenade performance from (‘ommtmicado and Sounds ol l’rogress. documenting the displacement of (‘llL‘l'UbCC llltllttlls in IS“). See t'e\ ie\\.
PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE
New Street. SS7 ltlltl. Ill. \\‘('. WA] Singles Night l-ri l2 & Sat 13 Apr. 7.30pm. [7 (£3.50). See (iltlsgtm. (‘iti/ens' Theatre and pre\ ie\\. Lachlan’s Choice Hotel 'l'tie ft» & Wed 17 Apr. /.3(lpm. £7 (£3.5(ll. Satire from Brunton 'l‘lieatre (‘otttpany in \shich a Scottish hotel gets a \talte-up call from a cut-throat rixal and their ambitious IIL‘“ manager.
The Derry Boat Hi It) Apr. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.5(li. ()ne titan shim mitten and performed b} little John .\'ee. taking (is on a humorous }et poignant journe} through four generations—(sorth of migration betueen Ireland and Sc‘ttlltllttl.
Lament Wed 24 Apr. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50). A musical \( ith a dill‘erence from acclaimed Scottish theatre compatt}. Suspect ('ulture. line performers grit their teeth and sing and dance their (ta) through a difficult e\ening. See ret ievt.
4:451 staid) must 9,11.
it No Man’s Land Harold Pinter's c assic. directed by the man himself. and given the ftill. plush National 'l'heatre treatment. With Corin Redgrave and John Wood filling the roles originally played by Richardson and Geilgud. expect a night of high tension and humour. See feature. King 's Theatre. Edinburgh, Tue Iti—Sat‘ 20Ap/1
Brave Gerry Mulgrew directs an account of the persecution of the native American tribe. the Cherokee. A piece of site-specific theatre which relies for effect on the splendour of its visual impact. this is a night of st.)ectacular entertainment. See review. Old Hint/market. G/asgoil'. Thu llAp/i
Pants The last of Forbes lvlasson's trilogy; of satires. preceded by SW and Mince. premises the blend of black humour and music that so p eased its audiences in the first two. A night of dark and funny reflection looks in store. Dundee Rep. l’t/ed l/Apr—Sat -.1 Mai:
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