Theatre&Dance I

Theatre events are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Dance events are listed after Theatre. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to, by post or by tax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Anna Millar.

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253 Argyle Street. 565 I023. |W(‘. WA] Pericles Thu 24A-Sat 26 Jun. 2.30pm: 7.30pm. £6 (£4). Mark Saunders directs one of Shakespeare's least perfortned plays and one of his late romances. Pericles. I’ur! ofShakespeare in the ( 'ily. Nelfth Night Thu l—Sat 3 Jtil. 2.30pm; 7.30pm. £6 (£4). Second year BA (Acting) Students from the RSAMI) perform Shakespeare's greatest comedy of mistaken identity and misplaced passions. l’ur! of.S'hukes‘lu'ure in the ( 'ilv.


93 —‘)5 llyndland Street. 357 3868. IH. W(‘. WA]

ln Flagrent Delicht Sat 26 & Sun 27 Jun. 8pm. £|2 from 0870 220 1116. Dundee songwriter Michael Marra teams tip with poet and playwright extraordinaire Liz. Lochhead for a special revue of songs. poems and monologues. Fans of Lochhead will recall not only her theatre but her poetry she’ll perform this later in person. always an inspiring affair.


‘) L'niversity Avenue. 330 5522. |W(‘. WA]

Alma Flamenco Thu 24- Sat 26 Jun. 7.30pm. £15 (£|2.50). Felipe de Algeciras returns with a dazzling display of flamenco dancing. following an impressive track record that includes linglish National ()pera and Aiitotiio Banderas flick. .llusk (i/‘Zurm.

GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS 730 (ireat Western Road. 33-1 2422. ll’. we. WA]

Bard in the Botanics t'nti) Sat 24 Jul. Times vary. £8—£‘) (£6). (ilasgow's summer Shakespeare festival makes a welcome return following sell-out performances in 2003. This year it features a revival of A .ilfdsllllllllt’l‘ .\'ig/ir's Dream. .ilur‘heth. The 'Iiimi'ng nfT/ie Shrew and Richard III.


297 Bath Street. 240 l l l l. Ill. W('. WA] Dance School of Scotland Thu 24 Jun. 1.30pm 8; 7.30pm. £7.50 £l0. The talented pupils at Glasgow‘s prestigious dance school present an end of term show. All the Great Books - Abridged Fri 25 Jun. 7.30pm. £8 £16. The works of Dickens. Proust. Thoreau. Swift and many more are squeezed into 90 minutes at the hands of the ever-popular Reduced Shakespeare Company.

Sing-a-Long-a Sound of Music Sat 26 Jtiii. 7.30pm. £l-l (£8). (‘oine and sing along with this screening of the

classic Julie Andrews film musical in all its 'I'echnicolor glory. The show kicks oft with a vocal warm-tip led by the evening's host and finishes with the infamous fancy dress competition. Fosse .\lon 28 Jun Fri 2 Jul. 7.30pm (Wed mat 2.30pm). £9.50 £32.50. The Tony award-winning musical featuring numbers from ('u/rurei. Svi'n'l ('liuruy; (hither) and more.

Tell Me on a Sunday Mon 5 Sat 1() Jul. 7.30pm (Wed & Sat niat 2.30pm). £8.50 £22.50. Marti Wehh takes the lead in Andrew Lloyd Wehher and Don Black's musical about a girl seeking love and success in the Big Apple.


|2l Renlield Street. 332 18-16. II’. W('] Paras Over the Barras t'ntil Sat 26 Jun (not Stiii). 7.30pm (Wed & Sat tnat 2pm). £l0 £l-l. The sequel to James Barclay”s massively popular comedy set iii wartime (ilasgow.

That’ll be the Day Stiii 27 Jtiii. 7.30pm. £| l.50 £l3.50. Step hack in time with the popular touring show to hear hits front three memorable decades in the music hil.


()8 Ingram Street. 552 348‘). ll’. W('. WA. WAA]

Cloud Nine l'ntil Sat 26 Jun. 7.30pm. £9 (£4.50). Surreal farce hy ('ai‘y‘l ('htirchill covering a myriad of subjects as it crosses between Victorian Africa and 'I'hatcher’s Britain.


282 Hope Street. 332 ()000. Ill. W(‘. WA] The Ensemble Group Sat 26 Jun. 7.30pm. £6 £I6. l-‘otir diverse new

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works from choretigraphei's ('liristopher llainpson. Norman Douglas. (‘athy .\lai'ston and Toni Mira. Atid while the first two fail to hit the spot. .‘vlira's joyful and touching Ii’luu I Arum is worth the ticket price alone.

Oliver! Mon 28 Jtiii Sat 3 .ltil. 7.30pm (Wed & Sat mat 2.30pm). £6 £18. The Apollo l’lay ers recreate Lionel Bart's grim satire of greed. poverty and corrupted innocence. With a company of over 60 adults. 100 local children and a ftill professional orchestra. (Hirer! is packed with well known hits such as ‘liood. (ilot‘iotis liood'. ‘l‘d Do Anything' and many more.


25 Albert Drive. 0845 330 350|. IT'T. W('. WA]

Collusion Theatre Company: The Lost Forest Thu 8 Jul. spin. £8 (£6). An ensemble production by actors and young people from Scotland. Lithtiana and Ireland evploi'ing cultural and political ideas that surround the ltttitgc‘ til~ lllL‘ littl'c‘Sl.


63 'l'rongate. 552 4267.

The Serpent’s Egg Thu 24 Sat 26 Jtiii. 8pm. £5 (£3). A provocative re- working the lngiiiar Bei'gtiian classic performed by RSANII) students. giving a modern litiropean perspective to the tale of an out of work .»\merican struggling to make ends tneet and solve the mystery of his brother's suicide in post-war (ieriiiany.

Spring Awakening Thu 24 Sat 26 Jun. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). RSAMl) final year acting students present this contemporary

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