tunes like ‘Anything For Loye‘. ‘Bat Out of Hell'. ‘Two ()ut ot‘ Three Ain't Bad' and many more.


Tay Square. 0l382 223530. IP. H. W(‘. WA]

The Duchess of Malfi Sat 5-~Tuc 26 ()ct (not Sun 6—.\lon 7). 7.30pm: 12th Oct 2.30pm & 7.30pm. £5.50 (£4.50t. John Webster's gory tale of rexenge. lust. ambition and cynicism as performed by the Dundee Rep resident company. See preyiew.

Telling Tales Sat 12 ()ct. See Kids listings.


l2 Belltield Street. 01382 4340-10. IP. H. WC. WA]

The Odd Couple Mon 7—Fri II Oct. 7.30pm. £l0—£l-l. See (ilasgow. King's Theatre.

Dance Passion Sat 12 ()ct. 7.30—l0pm. £l0—£l2. Sec (ilasgow. Pavilion Theatre.



East Port. 01383 3I-l000. ]l’. H. W(‘. WA]

The Singing Kettle’s Jungle Party Sat 5 & Sun 6 ()ct. See Kids listings.

Here and Now Mon 7 & Tue 8 ()cl. 7.30pm. £l0 (£6). Facc Values presents the sermon on the mount dramatised in an entertaining and amusing production. Down Paradise Row Thu It) ()ct. 7.30pm. £7 (£5r-£6l. Fiona Harrison stars in this musical that incorporates great show tunes from the 1900s and 1950s. The Hare and the Tortoise Thu 17 ()ct. See Kids listings.

Mojo Mickybo Thu 17 ()ct. 7.30pm. £7.50 (£5—£6). Ireland's Kabosh Theatre presents the story of two young boys set


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East Kilbride

EAST KILBRIDE ARTS CENTRE ()ld (‘oach Road. (H.355 261000. ll). H. W(‘. w..\|

Closer Sun 6 ()ct. 8pm. £6 (£4i. See

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West Bridge Street. 0l32-1 506850. ll’. W(‘. WA]

Closer Thu 3 ()ct. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). See (ilasgow. the Arches. Greyfriars Bobby Puppet Workshop Sat 12 Oct. Sec Kids listings.

The Singing Kettle’s Jungle Party Ttte l5 & Wed 16 ()ct. See Kids listings.



liastwood Park. Rouken (ilen Road. 577 4970.

Thick as a Brick Tue 8 ()ct. 8pm. £5 (£4). See (ilasgow. (iilmorchilKi l 2. Ahoy There! It’s the Happy Gang Sat l2 1% Sun 13 ()ct. Sec Kids listings.


GREENOCK ARTS GUILD (‘ampbell Street. ()l-l75 723038. ll’. ll. WA]

Closer Fri 4 ()ct. 7.30pm. £8 (£6). Sec (ilasgow. the Arches.

Roll Out the Barrel Fri II Oct. 2.30pm. £8 (£6.50). Musical nostalgia from The Famous .\lusic (‘ompanyg featuring a showcase of Music Hall hits. (’ockncy sittg-a-lottgs altd show songs to get your feet tapping.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Thu 17 ()ct. See Kids listings.

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ToKill a Mockingbird

(y (ititmtoptn‘r Serge!

Set in Alabama. momentous events unfold through the eyes of eight year old Scout Finch. When their father Atticus F inch. a Well respected lawyer, defends a poor black man accused of the rape of a young white girl. an idyllic world of childhood is changed forever.

“This is gripping storytelling and emotionally charged theatre. Ga - experience it - you'll remember these people for a long time. "

North Wales Weekly News

there Will be a Stagetext Captioned Performance. deSIgned for patrons With a hearing impairment. on Tuesday 15 October. for more details. please contact the Box Office.


Tuesday 15 - Saturday 19 October BOX OFFICE: 0141 332 9000 www.theatrer0yalglasgow.c0m


ll-l 1l6 Harbour Street. 0l2‘)~l 27-1059.

Ill. W('. WA] Your Turn to Clean the Stair Fri

ll ()L‘l. 7.45pm. £0.50 (£4 £5). Sec

lidinburgh. .\'orth lidinburgh Arts. The Hare and the Tortoise Tue

15 ()ct. Sec Kids listings.

listings Theatre

Without a Trace, touring

MAGNUM LEISURE CENTRE llarbout'sidc. 0129-1 27838]. [P. WC. WA] Scottish Ballet Thu 108; Fri II Oct. Thu 7.30pm; Fri 1.15pm. Popular pieces from their repertoire including Robert North's 'I'i-iiy' (iunw and Light I'ktizdmtgo; Sir Frederick Ashton's l’it'r' Bra/tins Hit/[H’s iii I/it’ .lluiini'i' (if/Miriam Dilllt‘tlli and Robert (‘ohan's Tait/(wk.

Macbeth by

directed by

Susan C. Triesman Set in a dystopian.

is an adventurous Macbeth noir that reflects the gang warfare of the drug ridden

estates. Shakespeare's poetry is played out against

very distant.

Tickets: Mon/ Tues 925/250

T‘hura I 7 -

October (2?) 7-30pm (0111')! Quote 2(‘)tlr)

Strathclyde Theatre Group

William Shakespeare

post-industrialised world. this

the horrors of the contemporary power struggle

in a land where war distorts humanity. And. to today's audience. hooked on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Shakespeare's world of the occult may not seem so

Sat 28

Wed ~ Sat 28/4

9. Ingram Itreet Glasgow 01


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