15DAYStolive The things to catch this fortnight


2 FILM Samuel Maoz’s claustrophobic account of fighting in an Israeli tank is a stunning exploration of the psychology of war. See preview, page 42, and review in Film. Selected release from Fri 14 May.

Love and Human Remains

A Sunny Day in Glasgow Headspin

1 LGBT/THEATRE Scotland’s LGBT theatre company The Luvvies enters the dark world of Brad Fraser’s play about the search for love of six disparate characters. St Bride’s, Edinburgh, Thu 20–Sat 22 May.

3 MUSIC Not from Glasgow but Philadelphia, ASDiG are being touted as the

4 CLUBS Scottish hip hop veteran Krash Slaughta brings his scratch skills and mixing

‘Fleetwood Mac of New Weird America’. See preview, page 62. Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Glasgow, Sat 15 May. talent to Headpsin, the Bongo’s weekend offering. See page 35. Bongo Club, Edinburgh, Sat 16 May.

Ruby Wax

5 COMEDY/THEATRE Wax teams up with musician Judith Owen for Losing It, a show about medication,

rehabilitation and domestic boredom.Theatre Royal, Glasgow, Wed 19 May.

4 THE LIST 13–27 May 2010

Companhia de Danca Deborah Colker

6 DANCE Renowned choreographer Deborah Colker brings her trademark theatrical style to

bear on the rich subject of family. Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Fri 21 & Sat 22 May.

Bad Lieutenant

7 FILM Nic Cage and Eva Mendes star in Werner Herzog’s sort-of-remake of Abel Ferrara’s grimy, 1992 cop drama. See review in Film. General release from Fri 21 May.