15DAYStolive The things to catch this fortnight
MUSIC Highly addictive tropical electro sounds from this New Jersey lovely. See preview, page 62. Stereo, Glasgow, Fri 12 Mar. 2
THEATRE An exciting new theatre season aimed at, and involving, teenagers, courtesy of the National Theatre of Scotland. See preview, page 81. Tron Theatre, Glasgow, Tue 16–Sat 20 Mar.
The Father of My Children
3 FILM Mature second feature from writer-director Mia Hansen- Love, which offers an
affecting study of a family coping with an unexpected bereavement. GFT, Glasgow and Filmhouse, Edinburgh from Fri 5 Mar.
The Beauty Queen of Leenane
4 THEATRE The Lyceum’s revival of Martin McDonagh’s black comedy features some
remarkable performances from its leads. See review, page 82. Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, until Sat 13 Mar.
Glasgow Comedy Festival Wuthering Heights
5 COMEDY Stewart Lee (pictured) talks to us ahead of his GCF performance. See feature,
page 20, plus our Glasgow Comedy Festival highlights. Various venues, Glasgow, Thu 11–Sun 28 Mar.
6 DANCE Northern Ballet Theatre brings Emily Brontë’s classic of thwarted passion to the stage through dance. See preview, page 84. Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Thu 11–Sat 13 Mar.
4 THE LIST 4–18 Mar 2010
National Review of Live Art
7 VISUAL ART The annual celebration of the subversive and avant garde celebrates its 30th anniversary with a programme of new and established artists. See feature, page 24. Various venues, Glasgow, Wed 17–Sun 21 Mar.