I Persons Unknown Citizens” 'i‘lieatre. 7.30pm. £6 (£2). See Hi 5.

I The Jim Rose Circus Sideshow The Pavilion. 8pm. £S-£lf). See Mon I5.

I Scouting For Boys Paisley .-\rt.s' (‘enti-e. 8pm. £5 (£3). The foundations of human wisdom and some jolly good sense are. as we all know. contained within the works of Lord Baden-Powell. Roger Stennett has teamed tip with actor l’hilip Manikum to draw the public's attention to more sensible advice than you can waggle a woggle at.

I Tartuffe The Tron. 3.30pm. 7.30pm. £5 (£2). See .\1on l5.


I The Leopards, The Secret Goldfish, Spacehopper Kitig Tut's Walt \N'ah lltlI. 8pm. £4. New Glasgow record label Creeping Bent showcases some arty underground noiseptink talent.

I Drizabone The l5erry. 9pm. £ l(l (£8 1. Soul diva struts her stuff.

I Stormy Waters .‘yletidowside Quay.

. Upm. CANCELLED. I Kurt Weill and Hans Eisler: Hanna’s Song Cottier Theatre. llptn. £5 (£2). See

Thurs IS. Film

I Death and the Maiden Glasgow Film Theatre. 8.30pm. See I-‘ilm section.


I The Ramayana Mitchell Theatre. 2.30pm. 7.30pm. £4 (£3). .-\bhinaya Darpan Dance Company present a colourful feast of ltidiati traditions using classical dance. costume and music to illuminate this fatiious myth taken froin the Ram C/ttirtt .Ilttiittv.


I DJ Paul Dakenfold The Tunnel. l()pm. Top London name comes to Glagow to play his favourite hard-bag toons.

I Mayfest Club The Old l-‘ruitmarket. Wed-Sun 10pm L’ntil early tiiorning. See Hi 5.

Mayfest shows which tour the community circuit are listed alphabetically. Please note that some of the following performances also take place at regular venues, and that some shows are not performed every day between the dates given. For Community venue details see Mayfest programme or call 0141 552 8000.

I Breadmakers Hi 5 Sat 30. See Tue lo. I Climax Blues Band l'Tl l‘). l‘iy‘e-piece blues veterans who used to trade under the name Climax Chicago Blues Band. then Cliliia\ (‘liictigo lic‘loic‘ opting l-DI' their present moniker. (iiveti the proliferation of Cliicagos in their title it's something of a surprise to learn that they were in fact formed in Stafford. lingland.

I Come Dancing at Mayfest l‘Tl S-i-‘i-i l‘). They don't make tea dances like they used to. btit this is a pretty fine attempt. Bob Dale/Frank Curran and The Carlton Big Swing band are on the sounds. You're on the dancelloor. biccie in hand.

I Death and the Maiden Sat i3 ~\\'etl l7. lti co-operation with Amnesty International. (int Reactionary Theatre Company have revived Ariel Dorfman's gripping drama abotit a former torture victim who thinks she‘s found her tormentoi‘. Set in an unnamed Latin American country (clearly intended to represent Dorfiiian's native Chile) the play has. ol'cours‘e. just been released as a movie.

I Dumbartonshire Concert Band 'i‘htiis

l l.

I For Want 01 A Nail Tue ‘)—Stin H. A new play by a new company. Component Parts. otherwise know as .lanet Paisley and (iraham McKenzie. .-\ dark. poetic comedy based around ‘tlie twin divide of gender atid language. the show has been devised by the performers.

I Giant Steps .\1on litli- l‘i'i I‘)tli. Scottish playwright Stephen (iieenhorn joins forces with Glasgow‘s iiiiaginativelv physical Visible l‘ictions 'riieaa-e ' Company to present a powerful play designed for S~ l Z—year-olds.

I I Spy Mrs Peery l'Tl 5 -\\'ed 17. liiona Knowles in a one-woiiiaii play she co- wi‘ote with fellow .\l.\‘l“lt Rhona Munro.


telling the story of a nosy neighbour.

I Joe Gordon and Sally Logan Fri S—Sat (i. l’optilar blend of comedy and song.

I Lindisfarne Sat 20. The songwriting skills of Alan lltill and Rod Clements have managed to keep the baiid on the road for well over twenty years now.

I Ralph McTeIl Thurs 18. He‘s been

pioducing music for over 25 years and his

songs have been performed or recorded by

Bruce Springsteen. Aretha Franklin and Nanci (it‘ifliths among others. lie's perhaps best known for ‘Streets of l.ontlon‘.

I Mardi Cras in Tollcross Park Sat 13. I Maurice Agis’s Colourspace Sat (r-Sat 30.

I Michael Cannon Band in 12-4411 19. Atmospheric Celtic blues from Strathclyde ()rcliestral I’roductions.

I Nae Angles Nae Pretence l-'ri 54-11 It). Stand-tip comedy from four local lads. all struggling tip the greasy pole to comedy stardom.

I Dptions? Mon 15— Sat 21). Dogsbodies Theatre Company revives its debut production. first presented last autumn. about a single woman yearning for motherhood btit uncertain whether she can afford it ~ financially or emotionally.

I The Pied Piper of Hutchesontown . . . the Real Gorbals Story yy'etl in-Sat if»; Wed l7--Sat 3t). TRAM Direct presents a new show in St l5raticis's church about the effect of architecture on connnunity. See preview.

I Red Road Young ’Uns in Love Hi

5 Thurs ll. Springburn Alive attd Kicking in a new show about the [one 'l‘hang. with the tisual assistance front the Red Road Kids.

I Spark Mon 3 -l‘.t‘i l3. local schools get lucky with a residency for Hill—year- oltls from the brilliant I.iidiis Dance (‘otnpany culminating in a series of performances about a pair of star-crossed lovers who meet on Blind Date.

I The Tender Mercies .‘ylon iSsSat 2t). SL‘L‘ .\l(ill IS.

I War Ends In Europe! in S-—Sat (). 'l‘lie l’aragon linsemble have a reputation for consistently producing challenging and innovative music. This celebration of peace is unlikely to be any different.

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