15DAYStolive The things to catch this fortnight
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BabyO KIDS Scottish Opera’s multi-sensory performance is aimed at the younger opera- lover, but is sure to be a pleasant experience for those changing their nappies too. See preview, page 54. Traverse, Edinburgh, Tue 16 & Wed 17 Nov. 3
NEoN AROUND TOWN/PLAY The North East of North (see what they did there?) digital arts festival takes place in Scotland’s gaming hub, Dundee. See preview, page 22. Various venues, Dundee, Mon 8-Sun 14 Nov. Another Year FILM Mike Leigh returns to bittersweet ruminations in this tale of post-middle-age starring Jim Broadbent and Ruth Sheen. See review, page 43. On selected release from Fri 5 Nov.
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Alun Cochrane COMEDY The Glasgow-born, Yorkshire-raised comic capitalises on his television successes with some dates at The Stands. See preview, page 38. The Stand, Edinburgh, Sun 14 Nov; The Stand, Glasgow, Mon 15 Nov.
Breakin’ Convention DANCE Local acts, international performers and professional crews join together to celebrate poppin’, lockin’ and hip hop dancin’. See feature, page 14. Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Mon 8 & Tue 9 Nov.
Numbers CLUBS Joker (Kapsize, Hyperdub), James Blake (R&S, Hessle Audio, Hemlock) and Girl Unit (Night Slugs) take over for the night. See preview, page 31. Sub Club, Glasgow, Fri 5 Nov. Enron THEATRE Lucy Prebble’s prescient stage exploration of the largest bankruptcy scandal in American corporate history arrives in the capital. See preview, page 81. King’s Theatre, Edinburgh, Tue 9-Sat 13 Nov.
4 THE LIST 4–18 Nov 2010