Theatre & Dance listings

Glasgow, Gilmorehilthz cont.

Transverse Wed 23 Jun. 8pm. £4 (£3).

(iender bending comedy and poetry show frotn drag artist Lynsey (‘alderwood (aka Jack l)awkins). playing with the politics of masculinity and lesbian idetitity. This is followed by a showing of the Julie Andrews musical. Victor Vit‘lm‘iu.

Alma Flamenco Thu 24 Sat 26 Jun. 7.30pm. £15 (£12.50). l-‘elipe 1)e Algeciras returns with a dazzling display of flantenco dancing. following an impressive track record that includes English National ()pera and Antonio Banderas flick. .llusk ()I‘Zm-m.

GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS 730 (ireat Western Road. 334 2422. ll’. WC. WA]

Bard in the Botanics Wed 23 Jun-~Sat 24 Jul. Times yary. £8 £9 (£6). Glasgow‘s summer Shakespeare festiyal makes a welcome return following sell- out performances in 2003 featuring a reyiy'al of A .1ht/SIUNHH’I' .\'igltl's’ Dream. Mac/wilt. 7711' 721mm}; off/w S/m'tt' and Richard III.


297 Bath Street. 240 1 l 1 1. Ill. \\'(‘. WA] Grease 17nti1 Sat 12 Jun. 7.30pm; 5.30pm; 8.30pm (also Sat 5pm). £l0-~£28.50. The colourful goings-on at Rydell lligh particularly the romance of square out-of-towner Sandy and tough gtty Danny is the stuff of classic

escapism. In addition to a plot which groans with frustrated passion. bristles with gang tensions attd swings with teen serve. the songs are the soundtrack for a generation. Twenty years on. (ii-ease is still the word.

South Pacific Tue l5 Sat 1‘) Jun. 7.30pm (Sat tnat 2.30pm). £8 £15. 1)ownlie1d .Mttsical Society presents Rodgers attd Hammerstein musical set iii an American military base on a remote South Seas islands during World War 11. Dance School of Scotland Thu 24 Jlln. 1.30pm & 7.30pm. £7.50 £10. The talented pupils at (ilasgow's prestigious dattce school present an end of term show.


121 Renlield Street. 332 1846. 11’. \\'(‘| Paras Over the Barras Tue 15 Sat 26 Jttn (ttot Sun). 7.30pm (Wed & Sat tnat 2pm). £10 £14. The sequel to James Bat'clay"s massiy'e popular comedy. set in wartime (ilasgow.


‘)8 lngratn Street. 552 348‘). 11’. \\'(‘. WA. WAAI

Life is a Dream l'ntil Sat 12 Jtitt. 7.30pm. £6 £‘) (£3 £4.50). Adventure tale from the (iolden Age of Spanish Theatre in which a women seeks reyengc on her cheating loser and ends tip imprisoned with the true Prince of Poland.

Cloud Nine Mon 21 Sat 26 Jtitt. 7.30pm. £6 £‘) (£3 £4.50). Surreal and


more than theatre...

Under Milk Wood Thu 17 Sat 19 June @ 7.30pm Dylan Thomas' most famous and enduring work. It's bawdy and beautiful. sad and sensual. Guy Masterson performs the entire work - playing all 69 characters himself! Thursday - Preview night all tickets £6 Tickets £12 (£6 concs)

"Absolutely wonderful... lntensely therapeutic. intensely uplifting.A tour de force of this man's talent... Guy Masterson is something exceptional." (BBC Radio Scotland) - T.

0141 330 5522

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wildly fttnny farce by ('ary1('hut‘chi1| coyet‘ing a myriad of subjects as it crosses between Victorian Africa and 'l'hatcher's Britain.


282 Hope Street. 332 ‘)000. Ill. \\'('. \VAI

Rambert Dance Company Tue

15 Thu 17 Jttn. 7.30pm. £6 £21. liotir works from Britain’s premier modern dance company. featuring choreography h} Sir liredcrick Ashton. Jay iet' de l‘i‘tttos. Rafael Bottachela and Ian Spittk. SL‘L‘ prey lt‘yy.

Celebr8 Sat 1‘) Jttn. 7.30pm. Scottish Ballet’s ftye yottth groups get a chance to shine. pltts a special appearance from two of the tnain company 's hottest dancers performing Ashley Page's Arr/"(l Arid .lrtm. See preyiew.

Bill T Jones Tue 22 k Wed 23 Jttit. 7.30pm. £6 £21. ()ne of the longest- runtting tttodern dattce companies it) the 1S makes a rare appearance in Scotland. performing four signature pieces. See prcyiew.


25 Albert 1)ri\e. 0845 330 3501. HT. \\'('. \VAI

RSAMD: Alone Up Here l'ntil Hi 1 1 Jun. 8pm. £tbc. A performance by final year students of ('ontemporary

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Theatre attd Practice. in collaboratiott with Portuguese artists Joana ('rayeiro and Kiko Alegria.

The Threepenny Opera Thu

17 Sat 1‘) Jun. 7.30pm. £10 (£6). 'l‘hcatt'c \Vot'ksltop presents Bt‘ecltl’s cottll‘oy'et'sial ’l‘hrccpenny ()pera.


()3 Tl'Ullg‘illC. 552 4267.

Amnesty Benefit Sun 13 Jun. 7pm. £20 (£5). A night of theatre. music attd comedy including a new piece directed by 7:84's artistic director Loren/o Mele. w itlt all proceeds going to Amnesty. See pt't‘\ 1C“.

Peer Gynt'l‘hu 17 Sat 1‘) Jttn. 7.30pm. £8 £12 (£5 £6). Benclttottrs presents this new production of lbsen's gl't‘ulc‘sl \t‘l'st‘ play. St‘t‘ t‘t‘\ 1C“.

I: lit 18 is Sat 1‘) Jttn. 8pm. £5 £8 (£5). A tragicomic tale of lose and grieying looking at the three loy es 1/ left behind in the months after her death. See

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The Serpent’s Egg Thu 24 Sat 26 Jttn. 8pm. £5 (£3). A pt'oyocatiy'e re- working of the Ingmar Mergtnan classic with a tnodern liuropean perspectiy e. Spring Awakening Thu 24 Sat 26 Jtm. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). RSAMI) final year acting students present this contemporary t‘c-working of this l’t‘ank \Vc‘tlckind Clil\\lC.

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