new works exploring what makes us crv. ()n show is the video installation (‘rvt'ng Spur]. with a live performance ('rv and Running Machine on Sat 27 Apr. at 7pm.
Signal Sever! Fri 26 & Sat 27 Apr. 6—10pm. Free. Performance art installation from Slovenian artistic group. Projekt Atol.
63 Trongate. 552 4267.
Arabian Night Thu 25 Sat 27 Apr. 8pm. £8-—£l l (£5~£6). Nominated ‘l’lav oi' the Year' b_v most of (iermanv's theatre critics. this urban thriller by Roland Schimmelpl'ennig is set among two mysterious housing blocks on a hot summer's evening.
Scenes From A Water Cooler Tue 30 Apr—Sat 4 May. 8pm. £8 £1 l (£5—£6); opening night £3.50. lrish theatre company. (Euna .\'ua describes its new eomedy as ‘a play abottt men and the shite that the_v talk' which it' it wasn‘t written by two gu_vs might cause offence. As it is. we can hope for witty insights into the minds ol'Adam. Brian and (‘olm. three olliee workers competing for the same promotion.
25 Albert Drive. 287 3900. ll’. 'I‘T. \\'('. WA]
The Ensemble Group - Wishing For The Moon Fri 3 & Sat 4 Ma_v. 8pm. £8 (£4). 'l‘hree leading Scottishchoreographers Norman Douglas. Steinvor l’alsson and liric Tessier-I.avigne s- present an entertaining evening of l‘resh modern dance.
Edinburgh Drama ;
3 (‘hambers Street. 650 8058.
Caught On The Hop and Possession Thu 9 «Sat 1 1 Ma}; ts’pm. £7 (£5). A double-bill from lidinburgh (iraduate Theatre Group. featuring David Foxton's comedy (‘utreln nn I/Ir' Hop and Laurence liouseman's supernatural drama l’us's't'ssinn.
l.ad_vwell Wa}. Mtisselburgh. 665 3240. ll’. ll. 'IVI’. WC. WA]
Musselburgh Congregational Church Junior Choir 8. Friends Fri 26 & Sat 27 Apr. 7.30pm. £5 (£3.50~£4.50). Music. song and dance from the Junior (‘hoiiz North lisk Junior Dancers. \Vard School of Irish Daneing and accordionist l‘aith Kemp.
The Lifeboat Tue 7 Sat 1 I May. See Kids listings.
CHURCH HILL THEATRE
33a Morningside Road. 320 434‘). [l’. lll Les Miserables Wed 1 Sat 4 Ma}. 7.30pm. £7 (£3.50 £5). l.eitheatre marks the bicentenar) of Victor llugo’s birth with this new version of his epic novel. Set in l‘)th centurv revolutionar} France. Hugo's tale of line and social injustice has been turned into a lilm. a mUsical and now Jonathan llollowa} re— works it as a stage pla_v.
2 Newbattle Terrace. 447 7404. Taurusvoice Hi 26 Apr. 8pm. £7 (£5) on the door. l'tilising three actors. two chairs and a table. this London- based group specialising in poett'} - theatre bring the St John's (iospel to life.
l3—2‘) Nieolson Street. 52‘) 6000. Ill. WC. WA]
The BFG Wed 8- Sat 1 l Ma}: See Kids listings.
Des O’Connor Fri 26 Apr. 7.30pm. £l4.5()~—£l().5(l l£ l 2.50). See (ilttsgow. Pavilion Theatre.
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Pants Forbes Masson's black comedy. musical is full of hideous bad taste and good dirty fun. See the ups and downs of the members of an appalling rock group from their early days in (976 to the present. This one actually is funny and sexy. See review. Dundee Rep. until Sat 4 May
Perfect Days Ann Scott Jones‘ production of Liz Lochhead's exploration of the issue issue through the life of childless thirtysomething celebrity hairdresser Barbs. Will she beat the biological clock? Find out in this piece of sperm and drang from Borderline. See review. Gar’ety Theatre. Ayr; Fri 26 Apr. then touring.
Victory Kenny Ireland directs Howard Barker's fascinating political allegory set after the Restoration. The complex and many-angled drama is likely to intrigue. See preview. Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh Fri 26‘ Apr—Sat 18 May
lilm Row. l.cilh \Valk. 317 303‘). ll’. \\'(‘. \\'.-\|
Shared Stages wet) I Sat 4 Ma}. 7pm. £6 (£4). l’la_\s lrom around the globe from students at Queen Margaret l'niversit} ('ollege. including Minter/t b} (ieorg Buchner. 'I‘ln' literutiun h} |.udmilla l’etrushev ska) a and .‘l Solemn .l/(IH Ian'sl I'll/l .llrmn In Stun/nt'r h} Michel 'l‘remhla'v.
Bondagers Tue 7 Sat l 1 Ma}. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £6 (£4). Queen Margaret l'niversit} ('ollegc presents Sue (Elmer’s modern classic. locusng on female workers towed to work on lb’60s Borders larms.
333 ('owgate. 326 3 l 5 l.
I Don’t Care What You Did Last Year Thu 3 Sun 5 Ma}. Spin. £6 (£4.50). Dark Lord linterprises presents this dark L‘ttllletl} about tour uni\ersit_\ mistits struggling to live together.
2 l.cv en Street. 52‘) 6000. Ill. 'l'l‘. \\’(‘. \\'.-\|
A Woman Of No Importance t'ntil Sat 27 Apr. 7.30pm (\Ved tk Sat tnat 2.30pm). £0.50 £|7.50(£6.50 £l4.50). ()scar \Vilde‘s comedy of manners about a weekend part} at a country house. where ttll the guests are it) [)ttl‘stlll ()i‘ hull] prolessional and personal engagements. See rev iew.
Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead Tue 30 .-\pi' Sat 4 Ma}. 7.30pm (Wed tk Sat tnat 3.30pm).
£7 £l6 (£4 £13). loin Stoppard's w ill} pla}. centring on two minor characters l'rom Shakespeare's Hum/('1. See preview. Who Killed Agatha Christie? Tue 7 Sat l I Ma). 7.30pm (Wed 6; Sat mat 2.30pm). £8 £l6. (ieorge Sewell and Lionel Blair star in this thriller abottt a paranoid play wright and his most scathing critic.
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