Sean Lock Lynn Ahrens

9 COMEDY Lock prepares to tickle some ribs with Lockipedia in Glasgow before a week-long

10 VISUAL ART Ahrens showcases a series of figure paintings inspired by Béla Bartók’s

run at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. See preview, page 59. King’s Theatre, Glasgow, Tue 23 Mar. opera Bluebeard’s Castle. See preview, page 88. Art’s Complex, Edinburgh, Sat 20 Mar–Fri 2 Apr.

Glasgow Art Fair

8 AROUND TOWN So much art, so little time. Prepare to be dazzled as 46 galleries and over 1000 artists set their stall and sell their wares. George Square, Glasgow, Thu 25–Sun 28 Mar.

Every One

11 THEATRE Playwright Jo Clifford explores the politics of grief in her new work for the Lyceum. See preview, page 82. Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, Fri 19 Mar-Sat 10 Apr.

The Headless Woman

12 FILM Lucrecia Martel presents an utterly memorable portrait of a middle-aged

woman in modern Argentina. See review in film. Filmhouse, Edinburgh, Fri 19–Thu 25 Mar.

Death Disco

13 CLUBS Leftfield pop star Annie Strand gets ready to rock the decks, as part of

Death Disco’s line-up of lovelies with Bloody Beetroots, Egyptian Hip Hop and much, much more. Arches, Glasgow, Sat 20 Mar.

Scottish Dance Theatre

14 DANCE Performing two new works, SDT return to the Traverse with NQR* and

The Life and Times of Girl A. See preview, page 84. Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Thu 1–Sat 3 Apr.


15 THEATRE Sparkling new version of Ovid’s tale of a musician trying to bring his wife back from the Underworld, by playwright Sarah Ruhl. See preview, page 83. Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Wed 17–Sat 20 Mar.

18 Mar–1 Apr 2010 THE LIST 5