15DAYStolive The things to catch this fortnight
NME Awards Tour MUSIC Fighting the righteous fight of rock‘n’roll The Vaccines (pictured) will be on this NME-endorsed tour along with Crystal Castles, Magnetic Man and Everything Everything. See preview, page 58. O2 Academy, Glasgow, Thu 3 Feb.
Edinburgh Zombie Club Black Swan
FILM Huddled inside the spooky confines of The Banshee Labyrinth back room cinema, the EZC delivers a night of cult and B-movie thrills. See Cheap and Cheerful feature, page 10. Banshee Labyrinth, Edinburgh, Wed 26 Jan. FILM Aronofsky’s follow up to The Wrestler takes place in that other world of lycra and choreographed movement: ballet. The thriller stars Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis and Vincent Cassel. See review, page 43. General release, Fri 21 Jan.
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CLUBS Laurent Garnier’s new club- orientated LBS project makes a guest appearance at the Arches’ house and techno night. See preview, page 33. Arches, Glasgow, Fri 28 Jan.
MUSIC Scottish post-rockers take to the road with their new album, Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will. See feature, page 18. Grand Ole Opry, Glasgow, Sun 30 Jan, plus various dates around Scotland and the UK. THEATRE The visual theatre festival returns for its third year with a mix of puppetry, animation and physical theatre. See preview, page 76. Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Mon 31 Jan–Sat 5 Feb.
Rosemarie Trockel VISUAL ART Major exhibition of drawings, collages and book drafts by the influential German artist. See preview, page 80. Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, Sat 29 Jan–Sat 30 Apr.
4 THE LIST 20 Jan–3 Feb 2011