15DAYStolive The things to catch this fortnight
Biffy Clyro MUSIC ’Mon the Biff! The hairy gentlemen are back on home turf for a two- night stand at the Barrowlands. See preview, page 64. Barrowland, Glasgow, Mon 2 & Tue 3 Nov. 2
The Dark Things
1 THEATRE Ursula Rami Sarma’s first commission for the Traverse is a fascinating exploration of death, art and fame centring on a bus crash. See review, page 86. Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, until Sat 24 Oct.
Drums of Death
3 CLUBS The masked wonder who was formerly behind Kaput! comes back north of the border for How’s Your Party? See preview, page 39. Sub Club, Glasgow, Fri 30 Oct.
Fantastic Mr Fox
4 FILM Wes Anderson, Roald Dahl, George Clooney, Meryl Streep and Jarvis Cocker.
Can’t fail, right? See feature page 18 and review, page 49. General release from Fri 23 Oct.
5 FILM An endearing romance based on writer and journalist Lynn Barber’s
autobiographical story. Starring that girl from Doctor Who. No, not Billie Piper, the other one. See review, page 50. General release from Fri 30 Oct.
4 THE LIST 22 Oct–5 Nov 2009
Bounce: Insane in the Brain
6 DANCE Swedish streetdance company Bounce present their re-imagining of Ken
Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. See preview, page 84. Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Sat 24–Mon 26 Oct; macrobert, Stirling, Thu 29–Sat 31 Oct.
All Tomorrow’s Parties
7 FILM/MUSIC To celebrate ten years of the pioneering alternative music fest comes a cut’n’paste movie about the magic of the ATP experience. See feature, page 30. ABC 2, Glasgow, Sat 24 Oct.