EDINBURGH FESTIVAL '98: Ticket Offers
Thursday 13 August 1998
The Pleasance (venue 33):
10 pairs of tickets for the first 10 at the box office:
7pm-7.45pm: Fran Landesman's Forbidden Games. In a late night piano bar, the customers dream of re-awakening their still lives. The wit, song and poetry of lyricist Fran Landesman and jazz composer Simon Wallace, with Ian Shaw.
Calder's Gilded Balloon (venue 38): 5 pairs of tickets for each show:
12.45pm-2.15pm: Tim Bray, Me and My Vice - Backstage 1
7pm-8.30pm: Theatre Volteface, Henry IV Part One. Meeting Point, Guthrie Street
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