15DAYStolive The things to catch this fortnight
2 FILM An anti-mystical, near-documentary approach to the phenomenon of miracles here by Austrian writer/director Jessica Hausner as she takes her audience to the popular religious shrine. See review in film.
Filmhouse, Edinburgh and selected release from Fri 26 Mar.
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1 BOOKS Mackie waxes lyrical about her debut work. The shockingly poignant And This is True is the tale of a young boy who believes he is is love with his father. Out now, published by Sceptre.
3 COMEDY Rabble-rouser Burr brings his heavyweight reputation across the pond. Brian
Donaldson meets him. See preview, page 56. Kings Theatre, Glasgow, Sat 20 Mar.
Thee Silver Mount Zion
4 MUSIC Prepare to embrace the post-rock sound of Thee Silver Mount Zion Memorial
Orchestra. See preview, page 62. Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Fri 19 Mar.
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Three Sisters Kick-Ass
5 THEATRE Filter theatre company and director Sean Holmes bring their typically innovative
production of Chekhov’s great tragi- comedy north of the border with this latest adaptation. See preview, page 83. Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Wed 24–Sat 27 Mar.
4 THE LIST 18 Mar–1 Apr 2010
6 FILM We speak to Scottish superhero fanatic Mark Millar as he prepares for the
big screen adaptation of his comic Kick-Ass. See feature page 22 and review in film. Cineworld, Glasgow, Wed 24 Mar; general release from Wed 31 Mar.
Children’s Classic Concerts
7 KIDS Fun for all ages as CCC presents music, dance and percussion jamboree Crash Bang Wallop 2. See preview, page 60. Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Sat 20 Mar; Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, Sun 21 Mar.