Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould FILM The elusive classical pianist gets the documentary treatment, with footage of Gould, interviews from those who knew him best and, of course, an excellent score. See review, page 42. On general release, Fri 21 Jan.
The Breathing House THEATRE Young Glasgow company Rekindle Theatre takes on its first revival project with Peter Arnott’s gothic Edinburgh-set play. See preview, page 77. Tron Theatre, Glasgow, Wed 26–Fri 28 Jan.
Neds FILM A return to Glasgow for Peter Mullan’s latest, as a young boy in the 70s grows up in a culture of Non Educated Delinquency. See feature, page 14, and review, page 43. On general release, Fri 21 Jan.
Russell Kane COMEDY Ex-advertising exec turned stand up comic Kane brings the funny to Edinburgh with his Smokescreens and Castles show. See Five Things, page 54. Pleasance, Edinburgh, Sat 29 Jan.
Marc Camille Chaimowicz VISUAL ART Chaimowicz’s first solo exhibition in Scotland is a compelling mix of textiles, print and photography from the artist’s career since the 1970s. See review, page 81. Inverleith House, Edinburgh until Sun 6 Feb.
Trembling Bells MUSIC Celtic Connections offers up a slice of Glasgwegian folk talent, with occasional forays into 1960s psychedelica and garage rock. See preview, page 57. Oran Mor, Glasgow, Fri 21 Jan.
Karnival’s Fifth Birthday CLUBS Club giants Andrew Weatherall (pictured) and Ivan Smagghe perform an epic versus session for the house night’s fifth birthday. See preview, page 39. Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh, Sat 29 Jan.
Inventors of Tradition AROUND TOWN An exhibition examining the heritage of art and design in Scottish fashion, with links to the Glasgow Film Festival. See feature, page 24. 21 Stockwell Street, Glasgow, Sat 22 Jan–Sat 26 Feb.
20 Jan–3 Feb 2011 THE LIST 5