Events are listed by city, then alphabetically by venue. Submit listings at least 14 days before publication to theatreelist.co.uk. Listings are compiled by Suzanne Black.
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I THE ARCHES 253 Argyle Street. 565 |()()(). Raging Balls Fri 12 Jun. 7.15pm & 8.15pm. £3 (£2). See preview, page 91. Splinters Mon 15~Sat 20 Jun. 7.30pm. £7 (£5). Graduation show for students studying for the Diploma in Physical Theatre at Adam Smith College. The theme of ‘structure and decay' encompasses their skills in Butoh. clowning. (‘ommedia dell‘arte and physical storytelling.
36 Bell Street. 552 5924.
Me, You and Home Tue 16 Jun. 7.30pm. £3. A series of autobiographical performances about the meaning of ‘home'. Tickets available on the door; all proceeds to Positive Action in Housing. Part of Refugee Week.
350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. Fairy Dog Until Sat 13 Jun. 1.15pm (doors 1pm). £5 (£3). Karen Barclay's short play about two women's fateful journey up a mountain.
Tesla 145 Tue lb—l‘ii 1‘) Jun. 1.15pm (doors 1pm; also Fri 5.30pm). £5 (£3). (‘ormac Quinn offers a story about a very important briefcase and something about pigeons.
Skyline 9 - A 12 Stars Event Fri 1‘) Jun. 7pm. £5 (£3). A new regular night
An exceptional audiovisual experience weaving striking choreography, Spoken
word and original music
.‘Magical’ Time Out
By Maresa von Stock i
Traverse Theatre Sat 20 June, 8pm . 228 1404
of performance. film and music. Illuminate: Dialogue Thu 25 Jun. 1.30—(ipm. £15. An aftemoon of debate about playwriting in a culturally diverse Scotland. Run by Playwrights' Studio. To book contact 0141 332 4403 or claireys(a)playwrightsstudio.co.uk
I CITIZENS’ THEATRE
1 l9 (iorbals Street. 42‘) 0022.
The Hot Mikado Until Sat 13 Jun. 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm). £10. Gilbert and Sullivan's classic send-up of The Mikado is performed by students of the Musical Theatre course from The Dance School of Scotland.
I COLLEGE OF PIPING
16-24 ()tago Street. 334 3587.
An Evening of Gaelic Drama and Music Wed 24 Jun. 8pm. £4 (£3). Glasgow‘s new (laelic drama group Tog- 1. led by Artair Donald. unearths some of Hector MacDonald‘s material for a funny and thought-prm'oking showcase. with (iaelic music from a variety of acts. Par! (If the West [ind Festival.
I THE DRAWING ROOM
1055 Sauchiehall Street. 33‘) 2999. Abigail’s Party Wed 17 & 24 Jun. (rpm. £l0. Mike Leigh's satire of the emergent middle class of 1970s Britain is presented by Drawing Room in partnership with UNS(‘I£N1£ production company and Fix/gig and (irubb. Part of the West [ind Festival.
I THE GILCHRIST THEATRE Kelvinside Academy. Kirklee Road. Antigone Tue l()—-l‘ri 19 Jun. 8pm. £4 (family ticket £10). This year's summer play at Kelvinside Academy is Sophocles' classic tragedy about a young woman‘s defiance in a war-torn state. In a version by Jean Anouilh. Tickets from Kelvinside Academy. Purl oft/1e Wes! [ind I'estii'ul.
by Mark Ravenhill directed by Stephen Redman
Wednesday 24 - Friday 26 June @ 7.30
.' ' :35 Tickets: £8/5
- Advance Booking Collins Gallery 0141 - 548 2558 (Mon - Fri 10 - 5) or reserve via
the Ramshorn 0141 - 552 3489
Friday 19 June @ 8 pm
GILAD ATZMON QUARTET
From 0141 353 8000
Scottish Arts Council
98 INGRAM ST. GLASGOW G1 1EX
Rt )yal Scott isli Academy 0/ . Music (II/(l Drama
Dramaworks invites you to make the most of your talents this summer. . .
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