with Bugge Wesseltoft

The List has teamed up with the Usher Hall to give away tickets to see (and CDs of) dance music pioneer Herbert on Thursday 22 April. Renowned for reinventing big band jazz and marrying it with the kind of electronic processes usually reserved for cutting edge dance music. Herbert’s shows include stunning vocals, live sampling and irreverent theatrical moments. Joining him is the cutting edge Norwegian jazz pianist Bugge Wesseltoft with his unique blend of jazz and club sounds. This show appeals to fans of dance music as well as traditional and contemporary jazz enthusiasts.

To get your hands on a pair of these hot tickets and a CD, just tell us:

Where is the support act Bugge Wesseltoft from?

Answers on an email marked ‘Matthew Herbert’ to promotions@list.co.uk or on a postcard to The List, 14 High

Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE by no later than 19 April 2004. Please include a daytime telephone number and mailing address.

Box Office Usher Hall Lothian Road 0131 228 1 155


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The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE or The List, CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, 62 3.10 or promotions©listco.uk



Orange and The List have teamed up to offer readers the chance to win one of five Sony Ericsson T610i Pay as you Go phones + a £20 Top Up voucher. These Integrated cameras have a large full colour screen which combines photos with sound and text, for messages with a difference as well as Blue Tooth which enables a wire-free connection between your phone and other compatible devices.

Orange believes it's only fair that you should be able to try something before deciding whether or not you want it and so they've launched a new campaign called Try. It's designed to let Orange users 'try' out services

they have never used before such as photo messaging, Orange World or video messaging. For instance you could send 30 free photo messages to your

friends completely free of charge!

To enter, just tell us: How many photo message could you send to your friends through Try?

Answers on an email marked ‘TRY ORANGE' to promotions@list.co.uk or on a postcard to The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1TE by no later than 19 April 2004. Please include a daytime

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For more information go to your nearest Orange shop or visit www.0range.co.uk/try/ (terms and conditions apply)


The List has teamed up with the UGC in Glasgow and Edinburgh to give away over 200 tickets to see the remarkable docu-film Capturing the Friedmans on Wednesday 7 April 2004 at 8.30pm. By taking your copy of The List to either box office from 1 April, you will get two tickets to see this highly anticipated

film before it's released.

In 1987. Great Neck. Long Island. a comfortable upper middle-class town. was rocked when Arnold Friedman. a respected high school teacher and his 18-year-old son. Jessie. were arrested on charges of molestation. rape. and sodomy against young boys to whom they taught computer classes in their basement. The documentary Capturing the Friedmans is a dark and disturbing look at the Friedman family (Arnold, sons David. Jessie, Seth and their mother Elaine) that compels us to sift through the ambiguous evidence and determine for ourselves the question of their guilt or innocence.

Capturing the Friedmans is released in cinemas on April 9. ,i ‘D ‘3».

UGC Renfrew St 7 Renfrew St Glasgow 0870 907 0789

UGC Fountain Park Dundee St Edinburgh

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advance by telephone or by internet. Maximum two tickets per reader.

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