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Brazil l'ntil Sat I2 Apr. 7pm. £6 (£4). New company Theatre of Imagination presents the latest work by Scottish playwright Ronan ()'I)onnell whose Spun/mm was the highlight of l.ook()ut's last hill of short plays set against the backdrop of a war between Iiurope. the IS and Bra/il. I’ur! oft/iv xlri'liev Tht’tlll?‘ I'i'slii'ul.

Look at Me I'ntil Sat I2 Apr. 3.10pm. £6 (£4l. I)ev ised by Dutch actor llerman van Baar and Scottish director Andrew McKinnon. Way ward presents this personal exploration of love. loss and tllttsiott. I’u/‘I Uf’llt’ Arc/it's T/lt'UIH’ Festival.

The Arches Artists Forum Fri 1 I Apr. 6pm. l-‘ree. ()pen to artists from all disciplines. this forum offers the chance to network. air views and share creative ideas. (iuest speaker Maria Balermpa is training co-ordinator ol the Directors (iuild oI' (ireat Britain.

Drag Kings and Subjects I‘ri ll & Sat l2 Apr. 8.l5pni. £6 (£4). New Yorker (but Scottish native) Diane Torr stars as Sylvia who on discovering that she is no longer attracted to her husband. embarks on a discovery other own sexual fantasies. l’ur! oft/w xll't‘llt'S Theatre I'i'xlr'i'ul.


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Bright Colours Only t'niil Sat 12 Apr. 7.30pm. £l2 t£l- £4). A poignant and funny tttottologue on death as seen through the eyes of an Irish (‘atholic girl. Probably the most unconventional wake you'll ever attend. Recommended. Romeo and Juliet t'iitil Sat l2 Apr. See Kids listings.

New York Actor Tue lS—Sai l9 Apr. 7.30pm. £5 till-£3). The (‘itizens' (‘ommunity (‘ompany presents t‘our short plays by American playwright John (iuare. best known for his play Sit Degrees (if..S'¢'/)(II‘(I!I.()II.

Derry Boat Thu 17 & Fri [8 Apr. 7.30pm. £I2 (£l—£~1). Very popular comedy based on the Glasgow/Donegal connection performed by Little John Nee.

On our Way to Lisbon Thu 24—Sat 26 Apr. 7.30pm. £12 (£l—£-l). lsosceles and L'sel‘ul Idiots present Patrick I’rior's story of the 1967 liuropean cup when (‘ilasgow (‘eltic became the first British team to win the European (‘up with victory over Inter .Milan.

Smarty Pants Thu 24 Apr—Sui It) May. 7.30pm. £l2 t£I—£-1l. Adults only. More funny stories from Michael Kerins as he relives his adventures during his return trip to Russia.


9 l'niversity Avenue. 330 5522. Double Top Fri l I Apr. 7.30pm. £9 (£5). Rapture Theatre Company presents Ron Rose's story of three women who try to find solace and meaning in their lives by forming a darts team. While Michael Emans' very able direction should have enhanced the piece. the

I The Blue Room David Hares adaptation of Arthur Schnit/Ier's La Ronde makes its Scottish debut. It was more talked of for its nude scenes than its intelligent reflections upon love. sexuality and relationships on its London debut perhaps Scottish audiences Wlll be more receptive. See preview. King '3 lheatre, Edinburgh, Tue 22—Sat 26 Apr

I Brazil Wild political allegow from Theatre of Imagination by Ronan O'Donnell. The creative team that put this one together is a formidable one. and theatre that dares to be political in this rather bland age deserves to be seen. Arches, Glasgow. until Sat 72 Apr.

work is ultimately let down by a weak and uninspired script.

The Little Lost Dragon Sat 12 Apr. See Kids listings.

The Steadfast Tin Soldier Mun l-i Apr. See Kids listings.

Cinderella Tue l5 Apr. See Kids listings.

Oscar and the Deep Sea Pearl Wed l6 Apr. See Kids listitigs. Aladdin Thu l7 Apr. See Kids listings.


297 Bath Street. 240 l I l I. III. W('. WA] Hello Dolly t‘ntil Sat l2 Apr. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £6 £I7. New York. in the late I9th century. and a widowed matchmaker makes a play. or rather a musical. tor a well heeled grain merchant. listravagant sets and epic musical numbers should make this fun viewing courtesy of the Apollo Players. Saturday Night Fever Mon 14 Sat 26 Apr. Mon-Thu 7.30pm; liri 5.30pm & 8.30pm; Sat 2.30pm & 7.30pm.

£9.50 -£27. Remember the Bee (iees music. the white suits. the days when Travolta was a promising young talent'.‘ Nostalgia rules with the revival of this mini-classic in which an ordinary working-class youth finds the only meaning in his life during his energetic peregrinations on the weekend dance floor.


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Those Variety Days Sal l2 Apr. 7pm. £6.50 (£5). Singing. dancing and comedy from the Scottish Music Hall Society in aid of ('hildren l’irst.

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Wednesday 23 April 8pm Take Five

Telford College BA Dance students premiere 5 new works

£8 (£4.50) Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh

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Tues 29 April - Sat3 May 7.15pm Box Office 0141 532 9000

Matinee Performance Sat 3 May 2.15pm book on-line at wwwtheatreroyalglasgowxom





“Potent... striking... staged with poetic beauty" THE Mom. ~m~r

Across the foyer of a crowded theatre, a handsome young man catches sight of the most expensive courtesan in town. When they meet, a mutual obsession is ingnited - one that tears their world apart.

£5 - £18.50


This show contains adult language.

Look Who's Talking

Wed 30 April 1pm Hear Daniela Nardini and Eliot Cowan in conversation. Tickets £14.50 (£3 concession)

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