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Sun 16 November 7.30pm PEKING OPERA

A stunning spectacular of costumes, singing, & acrobatics.

Tickets £10 - £15 + 50p credit card charge

Sun 23 November 7.30pm


Starring The Manfreds and featuring

hits such as Do Wah Diddy Diddy, 5-4-3-2-1, We Gotta Get Outta This Place, House of the Rising Sun, plus many more...

Tickets £13.50 - £17.50 + £1 booking fee

Sun 21 December 7.30pm


Featuring the Mozart Festival Orchestra with works by Handel, Gluck, Mozart, Bach & Corelli.

Tickets £9.50 - .50 + mp credit card charge

Mon 22 December 7.30pm THE GLORY of CHRISTMAS

Celebrate traditional 8t seasonal music with the Edinburgh Royal Choral Union, Edinburgh Youth Orchestra 8t the 800. Tickets £35) - .50 + 50p credit card charge

Sun 28 December 3pm & 7.30pm


Featuring classic Glenn Miller hits with a special tribute to Louis Armstrong, Sammy Davis Jr. & Judy Garland. Tickets £8 - £20 + 50p credit card charge

BOX OFFICE: 0131 228 1 155

Mon 29 December 7.30pm RUSSIAN GALA NIGHT

Capture the warmth, passion 8t romance of Russia with the RSNO in a stirring programme featuring Rachmaninov, Borodin, 8t Tchaikovsky. With a dazzling indoor firework finale!

Tickets £15 - + 50p credit card charge


56 THE LIST 13—27 Nov 2003

Rock 8. pop continued


I Stereophonics and Tim Burgess SECC. Finnieston Quay. 0870 040 4000. SOLD OUT. See Sat 22. I My Morning Jacket and South

San Gabriel King Tut's Wah Wah Hut. 27221 St Vincent Street. 221 5279.

8.30pm. £8. This band from Louisville. Kentucky could give Kings of Leon a run for their money in the facial hair

stakes. but musically they are a lot more blissed out and countrifted than those

sons of a preacherman. I lnstal 03 The Arches. 253 Argyle

I Street. 565 1023. 4pm. £14 (£10). Subtitled ‘Brave New Music‘. it‘s the ' annual day-long festival of experimental

and avant-garde sounds. this year featuring free improv pioneers AMM. crazed Japanese punks the Boredoms.

the first Scottish show from Japanese

noise manipulator Merzbow. plus Whitehouse. the Vibracathedra Orchestra. Cosmos. the Paragon Ensemble and CCI Sound System. See preview for the Boredoms.

I Entropy, Daedalian,

Confusion, The Irony and Peregrine The Cathouse. 15 Union

Street. 248 6606. 7.30pm. £4.50. Over- 14s show. Rock/pop line-up.

I Tucker and The Skunks Stereo.

12—14 Kelvinhaugh Street. 576 5018.

I 8pm. £3.

I Bubblecraft and The Cherrykicks Nice'n'SIeazy. 421 Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. We

j are officially impressed the

Radioheadesque Bubblecraft have recently returned from a number of gigs in China.

I Nothing for Second and Refrain The 13th Note Cafe. 50—60


High Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £3. Heavy altemative rock. I Engine The Scotia. 1 12—1 14

Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 4pm. Free.

Rock covers residency.

I The Cobramatics The Scotia.

112—114 Stockwell Street. 552 8681.

1 9pm. Free. Rock‘n‘roll residency.

F I Big Blues Jam Studio One.

Grosvenor Hotel. Grosvenor Terrace. 341

6516. 6pm. Free. Hosted by the New Blues Surfers with contributions from

: Studio One regulars such as Rev Doc

and the Nimmo Brothers.

I Phil’s Sunday Session Uisge Beatha. 232 Woodlands Road. 564 1596. 6pm. Free. Bring your own instrument. I Live Music Grand Ole ()pry. Paisley Road Toll. 429 5396. 7.30pm. £4

. (£3 members). Country.

I Live Music MacSorleys. 42

Jamaica Street. 248 8581. 9pm. Free.

Edinburgh I LA Doors The Venue. 17—21 Calton

Road. 557 3073. See Fri 22.

I Maximum Rhythm 8. Blues Usher Hall. Lothian Road. 228 l 155. 7.30pm. £13.50—£l7.50. Assemblage of some of the Rhythm'n‘Blues scene‘s pioneers including the Manfreds. Alan Price. PP Arnold and Colin Blunstone performing classic hits.

I The Listening Room The Blue Blazer. 2 Spittal Street. 229 5030. 8pm. Suggested donation £2. See Sun 16.

I Richie Gallacher, The Idols and 3 Hours Wasted Whistlebinkies. 4—6 South Bridge. 557 51 14. 9pm. Indie guitar rock from Newcastle with the Idols and 3 Hours Wasted.

Monday 24


I Farse, Almighty Me and Phineas Gage King Tut‘s Wah Wah

They’ve made it look so easy this year as album Cast of Thousands proved they were more than just doom rock opportunists. While this is a support date for the mighty Muse, it shouldn’t be long before band leader Guy Garvey (who surprisineg enough, was a real laugh on Never Mind The Buzzcocks a few weeks back), is leading his troops out here in a headlining capacity. (Mark Robertson)

I SECC, G/asgow, Tue 25 Nov.