(‘onw'ayz the orchestra will perform Walton's Concert State from Henry 1’. Maxwell chdcs' .S'rmthclyde Dances and PrttkttiiC\"s Romeo and Juliet: Suite no 2.


I Festival Organ Recitals (‘luny l’arish (‘hurch. ('luny (iar‘dcns. .\1orningside. 1pm. l-‘ree. See Thu 22.


I Wells Cathedral School Wind Ensemble RSAMI). t()() Renfrew Street. 532 5057. 7.30pm. £7.50

(l‘ree £3.50). Programme to ittclttde l)\t)r‘ak\ Serenade in 1) minor. Rio/art's .St't't'mtt/t' no [2 in (‘ minor and Iberl's 'I‘I'ots l’it't‘t'.\ lirt't‘t's. (‘onducted by Keyin Murphy.


I Festival Organ Recitals (‘luny l’arish ('hurch. ('luny (iardens. Morningside. lpnt. Free. See Thu 22.


I Lothian Schools Orchestra RSAMI). 100 Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £7.50 (Free £3.50). A rich programme of fayourites including Rayel's liolt-ro and lilgat"s Aim/ml frotn Iz'trt'emtt litt'tttltotis.


I Fife Youth String Orchestra and Fife Youth Percussion Ensemble RSAMI). 100chft’cw Street. 332 5057. 1pm. £4.5()(15r‘ec £2). This double bill of life's finest includes works by Warlock. (iluck. (‘oleman and 'licltaikoysk).

I Fife Youth Orchestra RSAMI). 100 Rettfrew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £7.50 tl-‘ree £3.50). (’onducted by Graeme Wilson. tlte programme will include llumpcrdinck's ()l‘l’l'llll'l'.’ Hansel and (il‘t’lt'l and (‘oplttlttl‘s ()tllt/(mr ()H’I'Illl't'.


I Aurora Duo ('ullean (‘astle and (‘ountry Park. ()1o55 884400. 7.45pm. £8. Harp and fltrte duo (Kate Smith and Dawn Miller) play rnttsic by Alwyn. l)oni/etti. (iranados and Ian (’larke in the ('ircular Saloon.


I Glasgow Schools Symphony Orchestra RSAMI). 100Renfr'ew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £7.50

(liree £3.50). (‘onducted by .\'igel Boddice it) the final concert of the l"estiml of British Youth ()rchestras in (ilasgow. (ilasgow Schools Symphony Orchestra offers an exciting programme including (ir'icg. l)\orak. Boieldieu and (ieddes.


I Organ Recital St .‘ylary‘s l’arish ('hur‘ch. 'l‘he Sidegate. 01(i20 823738. 3pm. free. Attstralian organist l)ayid Kinsela performs works by Bach. irtcltrding the 83l’assacaglia in (‘ minor.


I R3 Tenors Vikingar. Barrlields. (ireenock Road. 01475 ()89777. 7.30pm. £7.50 £9.50. 'l‘hrcc tenors from the SL'olttsh ()pcra 1)cc|at) Mc(‘tIskct‘. John (‘arlo Bellotti and Robert W ('row c embark on a lull Scottish tour.

Wednesday 4


I Scottish Opera Theatre Royal. 282 Hope Street. 332 9000. 2.30pm. Scottish ()pera opens its new season with a production of Sire/trial. conducted by its musical director. Richard Armstrong.


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 8. dance listings compiled by Anna Millar.


WA 2 Wheelchair Access: 1’ = Parking l-‘acilities: W(' = Adapted 'l’oiletts). TICKETLINK

'l‘ickets for major \enues in (ilasgow are ayailable front the Ticket ('entre. ('andleriggs. .\lon Sat 10.30am ().3()pm: Sun noon 5pm in person or until 9pm by phone on ()141 287 551 1. .Any 'I'icketlink box office can sell tickets for other yenues. THEATRE TOKENS

'171‘ indicates yenues w here 'l‘heatrc Tokens can be exchanged for tickets. 'l‘okens cart he hottght from the Ticket ('entre. ('andler‘iggs. (ilasgow; ()141 287 5910; most branches of W.ll. Smith. John .\len/ies and James Thin Booksellers; or by credit card from 'l'okenline. 0171 240 8800.

Glasgow Drama


297 Bath Street. 287 5511. [11. W('. WA] Sunset Boulevard t'ntil Sat 31 Aug (not Sun). 7.30pm (Wed & Sat mat 2.30pm). £7.50 £28.50. l‘aith Brown stars as has-been moyie star Norma Desmond in this powerful touring production of Artdrew l.loyd Webberk timeless musical. featuring show- stopping numbers like Will) (My Look and Sunset Boulevard.

Hey ROCK’I’I’ROII .\lon 2 Sat 7 Sep. Mon 'l‘hu 7.30pm; l-‘ri 8.30pm: Sat 5.30pm & 8.30pm. £5 £17.50. Slit)w'addyw'addy recapture the magic of the golden age of rock’n’roll with renditions from the likes of the l)ee\etes. Jason Steele and Lisa Radcliffe performing classics frotn Fats Domino, (‘huck Berry. Little Richard and lilyis.


282 Hope Street. 3329000. Ill. \\'('. WA]

Sunset Song Tue 27 Sat 31 Atrg. 7.15pm. £5 £18.50. Lewis (irassic (iibbon's classic Scot's noyel is brought to the stage with this spellbinding production by Alistair (‘ording


()3 'l‘rongate. 552 4267.

The Blue Orphan Tue 27 Sat 31 Aug. 8pm. £3.50 £1 1. 'l'wo-time liringe l‘irst/l lerald Angel award-winning company (’atalyst presents this story of art old paper mill town on the eye of a cataclysmic storm.

Edinburgh Drama


1.adyw‘ell Way. Musselburgh. ()65 2240. ll’. ll. 'lvl'. W('. WA]

Music of the Night Tue 27 & Wed 28 Aug. 7.30pm. £11 (£7.50). .‘ylark Rattr'ay sings songs from Hollywood. Broadway and the West lind.

Edinburgh Dance


Ladywell Way. .\lttsselburgh. ()()5 2240. ]l’. H. 'lvl‘. W('. WA]

Scottish Ballet Thu 5 Sep. 7.30pm. £10 (£5). Scottish Ballet performs pieces from the company's repertoire including Robert North\ Troy (iunu' and (I/It'tt/tttt‘lt in the ('Itt/t'rw‘or/t/z Sir l‘r‘cdcrick Ashtorrs l'it't' Brit/mix llil/lft's in the Manner o/"lsut/oru I)!lll('(lll and The 'I'n-o Pigeons". August Bournonyille's I’lott't'r l-i'xltt'ttl in (it'ttrtmo and Robert ('ohan's 'I‘:ttikt'rk.

Central Drama & Dance



(‘ar'r'ick Street. ()1292 611222. Ill. W(‘. WA]

The Centenary Gaiety Whirl l'ntil Sat 7 Sep (not Sun t‘c;.\lon).

'l‘ue l-"r'i 7.30pm: Sat ()pm a 8.30pm: 22nd Aug 6: 28th Aug 2.30pm 8; 7.30pm. £7.50 £12.50. l)ean l’ar'k stars in the (iaiety 's annual \ar'icty spectacular boasting a big band sound. laughter. song and dancing girls.



lay Square. (11382 223530. [1’. 11. W('. WA]

Sunset Song Wed 4 Sat 14 Sep. 7.45pm. £5 £13. See (ilttsgow. Theatre Royal.



liast Port. ()1383 314000. ll’. 11. W('. WA]

A Century of Musicals Thu 29 Sat 3| Aug. 7.30pm. £0 (£4). (‘arnegie Youth 'l‘hcatre celebrates 100 years of song and dance featuring the music of Bttsby Berkeley. (ieor'ge (iershw'in and Rogers and Hammerstein.

Scottish Ballet Tue 3 Sep. 7.30pm. £10 (£5 £9). See lidinburgh. Br'unton 'l‘heatre.

East Kilbride

EAST KILBRIDE ARTS CENTRE ()ltl ('oach Road. (11355 201000. [1). 11. W( '. w..\|

Endgame and Krapp’s Last Tape Thu 29 Sat 31 Aug. 8pm. £(i (£4). A double bill of moying plays by Samuel Beckett performed by Studio .‘2 'l'heatre (’otnpany. lint/grime depicts the last four sury i\ ittg members of the human race

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contemplating the worthlessness of their lives. whilst Krupp '3' Last 'litpe portrays

an old man listening to his tape-recorded diary.


ADAM SMITH THEATRE Bennochy Road. (11592 412929. [1). 11. W(’. WA]

Beyond Broadway Wed 28 Aug. 7.30pm. £1 1.50 (£10.50). A cast of West lind performers and the l.ondon Stage linsemble showcase an eyening of musical highlights front (‘ltit'ttetn ('ttrs. lft'uttry um/ I/It‘ lr’t'oyl and .Utsy Silicon.



Barr‘lields. (ireenock Road. 01475 689777, ]l’. 11. W(‘. WA]

Rostov Balalaika Ensemble Wed 4 Sep. 7.30pm. £5 (£4). 'l‘liis Rttssian and ('ossak dance group perform their L‘llL‘l‘fJClic and colourful folk lt‘atllliolt.



l)ct'\'aig. 01088 400377.

A Skull in Connemara l'tttil Tue 10 Sep (not Thu 22. Stir) 25. Wed

28 Tue 3). 8pm. £9 £12 (£0 £9). Martin .\lcl)onagh's black comedy set in a murky grayeyard is performed by .\1ull 'l‘hcatt'e.

Copenhagen l‘ntil Wed (I Sep (not Thu 22 Tue 27. l‘t'i 30 Thu 5). 8.30pm. [9 £12 (U) £9). The lit'sl Scolltsil production of Michael 1‘t'ay tt's play set against the backdrop of World War 11 as two eminent scientists deyelop the atomic bomb.

There was a Man t'ntil 'l‘hu 12 Sep (not Hi 23 Thu 29. Stir) 1. Wed 4 Thu 5). 8.30pm. £9 £12 t£o £9). A new production of Tom Wright‘s one-man play. a tribute to the life of Robert Burns.

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