15DAYStolive The things to catch this fortnight
2 CLUBS The left-of-mainstream Tuesday student night celebrates its fifth birthday by transforming Bath Lane into a mini festival site. See preview, page 45. The Buff Club, Bath Lane, Glasgow, Tue 1 Jun.
Three Harbours Festivals
1 AROUND TOWN Top artists are accompanied by tasty molluscs at these linked Arts and Seafood festivals. See preview, page 39. 3 Harbours Seafood Festival, The Greenbelt, Edinburgh Road, Prestonpans, Fri 28–Sun 30 May. 3 Harbours Arts Festival, various venues, East Lothian, Sat 29 May–Sun 6 Jun.
Brothers Bloom Fiona Michie: Day is Done
3 FILM Rian Johnson, the writer- director of feted high-school noir Brick, returns with an enjoyably glamorous and thrilling confidence thriller. See review in Film. General release from Fri 4 Jun.
4 VISUAL ART Charcoal and pastel figurative drawings exploring death and the
natural world. See review, page 97. Art’s Complex, Edinburgh, until Sat 5 Jun.
Gin and Tonic and Passing Trains
5 THEATRE Ramesh Meyyappan offers a secular interpretation of Charles Dickens’ famous ghost story ‘The Signalman’. See preview, page 92. Tramway, Glasgow, Fri 28 & Sat 29 May.
4 THE LIST 27 May–10 Jun 2010
Not Le Weekend
6 MUSIC Cheap and cheerful warm- up event for October’s Le Weekend festival featuring
The Sexual Objects, Aidan Moffat & Bill Wells and Veronica Falls (pictured). See profile, page 26. Tolbooth, Stirling, Sat 29 May.
Killer Inside Me
7 FILM Michael Winterbottom’s culty, startlingly violent adaptation of Jim Thompson’s thriller about a psychotic small-town sherriff, starring Casey Affleck and Kate Hudson. General release from Fri 4 Jun.