1202. Mon l7-Fri 21 Oct. 2—3pm. 75p (50p). 5+ years. A Victorian schoolteacher andjannie invite you back in time. Costumes provided. Elsewhere in the museum. open daily from lOam—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. you ’11 find permanent displays of reconstructed classrooms ranging from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. to the 603. Visitors can write with a real nib pen and ink and wear the dunce’s cap. Outside in the playground children can play traditional playground games. such as gird and elect. whip and peevie. marbles or skipping rope. Games come in a pack containing full instructions. at a charge of 50p plus a £2 returnable deposit.


I Scottish Mask and Puppet Theatre 8—10 Balcarres Avenue. Kelvindale. 339 6185. 2pm. £2.50 (£1.50).

Sat 8 Oct. The Adventures of Peter Rabbit. Ian Turbitt Puppet Company adapts the title story and The Tale of Benjamin Bunny. 3—7 years.

Sat I5 Oct. The Three Wishes. Pavla's Puppets weaves a story of the woodcutter and his wife. Granted three wishes. they make some funy choices. 3—7 years.

Mon 17—Sat 22 Oct. The Ugly Duckling and The Lion and the Mouse. The Oregon Puppet Company interpret two classic children’s stories using hand and rod

puppets. I Alkazam Puppet Roadshow General enquiries. Anne Reilly 305 2867. 5—14 years. Free. Storytelling with a difference. Mon 17 Oct 11am. Ibrox Library. 1f7 Midlock Street; 2pm. Drumchapel Library. 65 Hecla Avenue. Tue 18 Oct 11am. Woodside Library. 343 St George‘s Road; 2.30pm. Springburn Library. 179 Ayr Street. Wed I 9 Oct 11am. Shettleston Library. 154 Wellshot Road; 2pm. Bridgeton Library. 23 Landressy Street. Thurs 20 Oct 1 lam. Pollokshaws Library. 50/60 Shawbridge Street; 2pm, Rutherglen Library. 163 Main Street. I Giant Holidays Action Costa Del Dumbarton Road. Partick Burgh Halls. 357 5000. Mon 17-Fri 21 Oct. Mr Boom Mon 17 Oct. 10am, 2.30pm. £1.50 (75p). 5—12 years. Broomsticks in the Sky Tue 18 Oct. 10am. £1.50 (75p). 5-12 years. Sylvia Troon tells a story of two elderly witches with humour and plenty of puppets. The Adventures of Weetom Wed 19 Oct. 10am. £1.50 (75p). 5—1 2 years. Michael Kerrins‘ madcap storytelling sessions are unlike any others for a start you mustn't sit quietly shouting. yelling and singing are obligatory. The Amazing Mr Bones Thurs 20 Oct. 10am. £1.50 (75p). 4—12 years. Puppet fun. Mr Punch Goes Bonkers Mon 17 Oct. 1.45-2.45pm. Free entry so long as you wear a pokey hat. 3—5 years. An exciting puppet cabaret featuring Stinkie the Dog. the Dunoonees and Little Fred with the Bald Head as well as famous Mr Punch. Swings and Roundabouts Tue 18 Oct. 2.30pm. £1.50 (75p). 3—8 years. London‘s Kazzum Arts Project presents a sensitive play about the importance of play and childhood perception. using masks. puppets. music. games and a slide show. Fishy Tales Wed 19 Oct. 2.30pm. £1.50 (75p). 5—12 years. Perfect Chaos Puppet’s show follows a committed techno kid through a rich heritage of songs. stories and poems about rivers and oceans. He encounters characters both weird and wonderful before being faced with an environmental challenge. A Peek of Pickled Pepper Thurs 20 Oct. 2.30pm. £1.50 (75p). 3—5 years. London‘s Oily Cart Theatre Company takes two' performers and places them in a pickle; pepper with puppets and lashings of live music. spiced with stimulating ideas about cooking and eating and oodles of audience participation. Serve in a crispy. crunchy comedy coat.

I Centenary Barrhead Sports Centre. 881 1900. Tue ll—Thurs 13 Oct. 7.30pm. £2.50 (£1.50). Since September. PACE Theatre Company has collaborated with seven local primary schools to produce a large scale extravaganza based on Barrhead‘s past and future. as seen through children‘s eyes. I Dreaming Paisley Arts Centre. New Street. Paisley. 887 1010. Tue 18 Oct. 1pm. £1.75 (£1.25). 8—12 years. The Traverse Theatre’s John Clifford makes his puppet debut with this sympathetic journey through the fears. hopes and desires of young Jeannie. Her swim takes her through a series of low and high emotions. Performed by the Edinburgh Puppet Company.

Activities and Fun I RlS Workshops at RMS Meet at

enquiries desk in the main hall. Royal Museum of Scotland. Chambers Street. 225 7534 ext 219. Mon l7-Mon 24 Oct. £3.50. 7—12 years.

Make Your Own Treasure Islam! Mon 17 Oct. 10.30am—l2.30pm. 2-4pm. Artist Gillian McFarland helps you design and create your own papier maché treasure island.

A Magic Island Tue 18 Oct. 10.30am—l2.30pm. A workshop based on the Treasure Islands exhibition. where you can create objects and costumes from your own imaginary island.

Puppet Performance Workshop Wed 19 Oct. 10.30am—l2.30pm. Learn about different types of puppets. then put on a show with Hunter Theatre Company (wear dark clothes).

Puppet Making workshop Thurs 20 Oct. 10.30am—12.30pm. Make your own Treasure Islam] puppet character and use it in a short performance.

I The Design Works Experience City Art Centre. 2 Market Street, 529 3541. Sat 8 Oct—Sat 7 Jan 1995. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm. Free. Strictly speaking perhaps. this is an exhibition. but they don’t come much more hands on than this. providing nursery and primary school children with unique opportunities to observe. make. design and experiment. Within the exhibition are five main areas featuring things to look at and do. which explore questions such as why do buildings and bridges stand up; how are colours and patterns used in everyday objects; anti why is design so important in our daily lives? A special area gives under-fives the chance to muck in at their own level. Sounds like serious fun.


I Filmhouse Matinees Lothian Road. 228 2688. £2.20 (£1.50). Films start at 2.30pm. Sat 8 Oct The Princess Bride (PG); Sat 15 Oct Lord oft/1e Rings (PG).


I Rosie and Jim’s Big Theatre Adventure King’s Theatre. Leven Street. 220 4349. Until Sat 8 Oct. Ham/2.30pm. £5.50 (£4.50). 3-8 years.


Activities and Fun

I Schoolbreak Discoveries Almond Valley Heritage Centre (off A899). Millfield. Kirkton North. Livingston. West Lothian. 0506 414957. Mon 17—Fri 21 Oct. 10am—5pm. £1.50 (75p). Treasure trails. quizzes. games and other family activities on the farm that brings West Lothian's past back to life.


I Assipattle and The Stoorvronn Bellshill Cultural Centre. John Street. off Motherwell Road. 0698 266166 ext 2387. Sat 8 Oct. 2pm. £2. 5—10 years.




I Events are listed alphabetically by sport,

then by day. Sport Listings compiled by Jonathan Trevr.


Sunday 9

I BAF Junior Hill Running Championships Dreghorn. 11am. For those bursting with the endless energy of youth there are various open races for the under 15s. 17s and 19s. Anyone in these age groups can turn up and try their legs. None ofthe races is over three miles.

I Pentland Skyline Hill Race Hillend Ski Centre. 11am. This is the last race in the 1994 Tizer Scottish Hillrunning Championship and is not for the faint- hearted or weak-kneed fourteen miles long. 5000ft of it uphill and covering thirteen summits.


I Race Days Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. Shawfield Stadium. Rutherglen Road. Glasgow. There are ten races in each meeting starting at 7.45pm.


I Race Days Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. Powderhall Stadium. Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. Each meeting includes ten races. starting at 7.30pm. Race programme free with admission.


Saturday 8


I Celtic v Aberdeen Celtic Park. 95 Kerrydale Street. Glasgow. 3pm.

I Hibs V Rangers Easter Road Stadium. Albion Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Kilmarnock v Dundee United Rugby Park. Kilmarnock. 3pm.

I Motherwell v Falkirk Fit-park. Motherwell. 3pm.

I Partick Thistle v Hearts Firtiill Park. 80 Firhill Road. Glasgow. 3pm.


I Airdrie v Raith Rovers Broadwood Stadium. Cumbernauld. 3pm.

I Clydebank v Ayr United Kilbowie Park. ArTan Place. Clydebank. 3pm.

I Dundee v Hamilton I)ens Park. Sandeman Street. Dundee. 3pm.

I Dunterrnline v St Johnstone East End Park. Halbeath Road. Dunfermline. 3pm. I Stranraer v St Mirren Stair Park. London Road. Stranraer. 3pm.


I Berwick Rangers v Meadowbank Shielfield Park. Tweedmouth. Berwick- upon-Tweed. 3pm.

I Brechin v Stirling Albion Glebe Park. Trinity Road. Brechin. 3pm.

I Morton V Clyde Cappielow Park. Sinclair Street. Greenock. 3pm.

I East Fife v Dumbarton Bayview Park. Methil. Fife. 3pm.

I Stenhousemuir v DDS Ochilview Park. Gladstone Road. Stenhousemuir. 3pm.

Saturday 15

PREMIER LEAGUE I Dundee United v Partick Thistle

Tannadice Park. Tannadice Street. Dundee. 3pm.

I Hearts V Celtic Tynecastle Park. Gorgie Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Aberdeen v Motherwell Pittodrie Stadium. Pittodrie Street. Aberdeen. 3pm. I Falkirk V Hibs Brockville Park. Hope Street. Kilmamock. 3pm.

I Rangers V Kilmamock Ibrox Stadium. Glasgow. 3pm.


I Ayr United V Dunlermline Somerset Park. Tryfleld Place. Ayr. 3pm.

I St Johnstone v Stranraer McDiarmid Park. Crief Road. Perth. 3pm.

I St Mirren v Airdrie St Mirren Park. Love Street. Paisley. 3pm.

I Hamilton V Clydebank Douglas Park. Douglas Park Lane. Hamilton. 3pm.

I Raith Rovers V Dundee Stars Park. Pratt Street. Kirkcaldy. 3pm.


I Clyde V Brechin Broadwood Stadium. Cumbernauld. 3pm.

I Dumbarton v Stenhousemuir Boghcatl Park. Miller Street. Dumbarton. 3pm.

I ODS V Morton Palmerston Park. Terregles Street. Dumfries. 3pm.

I Meadowbank v East Fife Meadowbank Stadium. London Road. Edinburgh. 3pm. I Stirling Albion v Benvick Rangers Forthbank Stadium. Springkerse Industrial Estate. Stirlirg. 3pm.


Wednesday 12

I Scotland v Faroe Islands Hampden Park. 8pm. £I()—£l4 (£2 kids). Qualifying match. Should be a walk over but then . . .


Sunday 9

I Scottish Superprix ’94 Knockhill Racing Circuit. by Dunfermline. Fife. 1pm. £10 (£5 12--- 16 year olds. free for under twelves).

Friday 7 I Edinburgh Gull Dil Monarchs v Berwick

Powderhall Stadium. Edinburgh. 7.15pm. £6 (£3 children/()Al’s).

Sunday 9

I Glasgow Alfred McAlpine Tigers v Long Eaton Invaders Shawfield Stadium. : Glasgow. 6.30pm. ,

Friday 14

I Edinburgh Gulf Dil Monarchs v Glasgow Powderhall Stadium. Edinburgh. 7.15pm. £6 (£3 children/OAPs).


I Glasgow Altred McAlpine Tigers v Edinburgh Monarchs Shawfield Stadium. Glasgow. 6.30pm. £6.50 including programme.

Saturday 15—Sunday 16

I Four Nations Windsurfing Largs. 10am. Scotland. Wales and Ireland try to wrest the trophy from England who won last

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