First Call, Last Call
Thursday 25 March 1999
SCOTTISH INDIE band Travis, who feature on the soundtrack to the Brit flick This Year's Love, begin a UK tour in May. Showing various influences, from The Beatles and Pink Floyd to Nirvana, their best-known hits are "Tied to the 90s" and the ballad "More Than Us".
Glasgow Garage (0141-339 8383) 27 May; Cambridge Junction (01223 511511) 6 Jun; Waterfront, Norwich (01603 764764) 7 Jun; Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton (01902 552121) 9 Jun; Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh (0870 7300247) 10 Jun; Manchester University (0161-832 1111) 11 Jun; Leadmill, Sheffield (0114- 275 4500) 12 Jun; Exeter University (0990 321 321) 14 Jun; Astoria, London (0171-434 0403) 15 Jun. All tickets pounds 8.50, except London pounds 9.50 (subject to booking fee)
WHEN A publisher's wife has an affair with his friend, the publisher hides his knowledge of the affair from his adulterous pal. From then on, the play unfurls through reverse chronology, opening with a rendezvous between the old lovers and closing with their meeting in the 1970s. Directed by Trevor Nunn, Harold Pinter's Betrayal (right) is spun by Imogen Stubbs, Anthony Calf and Douglas Hodge.
Lyttelton, National Theatre, London SE1 (0171-452 3000) to 7 Apr
game of thrones reviewWarning: spoilers
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