Time Out Magazine August 6-12, 1971 Kevin Ayers Yoko Ono John Holmes Kinky Theatre Hippies
Time Out Magazine August 6-12, 1971 Kevin Ayers Yoko Ono John Holmes Kinky Theatre Hippies
Time Out Magazine August 6-12, 1971 Kevin Ayers Yoko Ono John Holmes Kinky Theatre Hippies
Time Out Magazine August 6-12, 1971 Kevin Ayers Yoko Ono John Holmes Kinky Theatre Hippies
Time Out Magazine August 6-12, 1971 Kevin Ayers Yoko Ono John Holmes Kinky Theatre Hippies

Time Out Magazine August 6-12, 1971 Kevin Ayers Yoko Ono John Holmes Kinky Theatre Hippies

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Time Out Magazine August 6-12, 1971 Kevin Ayers Yoko Ono John Holmes Kinky Theatre Hippies
Time Out London Magazine No 77 Aug 6-12 1971

Index 
News   4 Features: Yoko Ono   10 Kevin Ayers   20 'I Was Hitler's Maid' Kinky Theatre Hippies 34 John Holmes the ratman. 52 Music: Reviews   18 The Other LP Chart   19 Diary   24 Places   29 Theatre: News & Reviews  33 West End Shows  36 Fringe Shows & Events  37 Dance   39 Drag  39 Opera   39 Film: • News & Reviews  49 A—Z Index  55 West End Cinemas   56 Local Cinemas   58 Late Night Films   62 Clubs & Societies   63 NFT  64 Cinema Voyeur   64 Odds & Sods   7 Letters   7 Agit Prop   8 Environment  9 Radio & TV   14 Books  16 Exhibitions   41 Poetry   43 Lectures   43 Children   45 Food   45 Sell Out   46 Classified Ads  57 

This Week 
The following is a very brief guide to the more interesting things happening this week. Full details appear in the magazine in the relevant section. 

Radio & TV 
Novelist B S Johnson talks about the C18th writer Dr Samuel Johnson in 'On Reflection' (Fri). Samuel Johnson once said 'The wonder is not that it was done well or badly, but that it was done at all'. It may become the motto of the decade, but Johnson originally said it of a dancing dog. 'The World About Us' (Sun) is consistently worth watching. This week there's a reconstruction of Iceland as it might have been about 1000 years ago when first inhabited by the Vikings. Do listen to Radio Free London on Sat night/Sunday morning when two OZ girls present the records from 10.30-11:30 in the first in a new series 'Cunt Power'. Listen throughout the night on 186 metres. Viv Stanshall has 'Radio Flashes' for two hours on Saturday afternoon. 

Children 
Fun For Kids takes place at the• Fairfield Hall, Croydon from Mon—Fri all day with very cheap admission charges. 
Music 

Lectures 
'London's Forests' on Saturday will have a lot to prove. Thursday's 'Psychodrama Demonstration' promises some action in contrast to the usual dull formality of most lectures. 

Exhibitions 
If the weather holds, its the time of the year for mixed outdoor exhibitions. SPACE artists are inside and outside at Marble Hill House; out-door shows too at Syon House and on Hampstead Heath. The Serpentine Gallery's show demonstrates once again the lack of innovation and imagination in the non-famous and struggling ranks. 

Theatre 
Ian McKellen's 'Hamlet' (by Shakespeare) opens for a short season at the Cambridge theatre with a big reput-ation to live up to from its provincial tour. John (OZ trial and many others) Mortimer's autobiographical 'Voyage round my father' finally makes the West End at the Haymarket following its premiere at Greenwich last year. The RSC at the Aldwych continue to supply the best subsidised West End theatre with David Jones' production of Gorky's !Enemies' and Peter Brook's 'Dream'. On the Fringe, dare to see Chris 
(Studio One) is the well-made exciting documentary about the deadly killer white sharks. Local cinemas: a chance to catch Truffau t's `L'Enfant Sauvage' again (E. Finchley) and Hitchcock's 'The Lady Vanishes' could be a refreshing visit at Hampstead. Indian films, from the inside' of the country, show at the Kensington Commonwealth Theatre on Wed and Thur. Late night films: see Hitchock's 'Mamie' (Dalston on Fri) and 'The Birds' (Edmonton on Sit) o the excellent programme at Kentish Town with 'Last Year At Marienbad' and the Lenica cartoon 'Labyrinth' on Thur—Sat. Eisenstein's 'Ivan The Terrible' (Part 1 and 2) is late night at the Paris Pullman on Sunday. Clubs: the Science Fiction night at the Electric (Fri and Sat) includes Jack Arnold's 'Space Children' and 'Robinson Crusoe on Mare. 

Club, Boz Scaggs is a must at implosion on Sunday—Bel and Arc also on the bill are well worth seeing oo. King Crimson do the Marquee on Mon and Tucs, but only members can buy advance tickets. Rev Gary Davis is at the Shaw Theatre on Sun with probably his last appearance in England. On Saturday try the free festival at Harmony Farm, Sussex or the folk/jazz/children's riverside party at St Katherine's Dock on Friday and Saturday, with kids under 11 admitted free, might make an ideal family outing. (!) Ronnie Scott's programmes are mixing generations this week—Jack Bruce and Larry Coryell have two • more days (Friday and Saturday) before Ellington trumpet player Clark Terry arrives on Monday. The remarkable and adventurous guitar playing of Derek Bailey is available at the Albion on Friday and Brother-hood of Breath play the Phoenix the following Wednesday. Prom of the week is probably Thursday's, featuring Tim Souster's electronic music group Intermodulation and the London Sinfonietta in a programme that includes a premiere of Roger Smalley's piece 'Beat Music'. 
Wilkinson's chilling 'I was Hitler's Maid' at the King's head; and if you recover from that, try his 'Plays for Rubber Go-Go-Girls' at the Hampstead Theatre Club presented by Portable Theatre. Three under-rated writers receive London premieres at lunchtime: John McGrath and Charles Wood at the Kings Head, Stanley Evehng at Toto's. 

Cinema 
West End: The Buster Keaton festival continues (Academy); 'Fantasia' is still available (Baker Street Classic) and 'Blue Water, White Death' 

Stop Press 
Films by John and Yoko On Fri 13 August recent films by the Lennons will be shown in two programmes at the National Film Theatre. (See feature on Yoko Ono this issue) Agit Prop Futurology and Psychiatry: Conf. at Somerville College, Oxford, starting Mon, Aug 9th. Details: British Association for Social Psychiatry, 7 Holly-croft Ave, NW3. (435 3144). Black People in the USA: public meeting with black comrades from US, Young Socialist Alliance, organ-ised by 1MG. 8pm. Centreprise, Dalston Lane, E8. (837 9987) 
Cinema Electric Cinema Club: All showings of 'Alice In Wonderland', '101 Dalmatians' and 'Hugo and Josefin' are open to non-members (especially children). Odeon Lee Sir 'Vanishing Point' prog times 2.00, 3.40, 6.00, 8.20. 
Sundays 3.40, 6.00, 8.20. Cameo Poly from Aug 12th: After-noons 'Black Beauty' (U) 1.15 (not Sun). 3.25. Evenings 'Blood On Satan's Claw' (X). 5.45, 9.00 + The Beast In The Cellar' (X) 7.20. ABC One: 'Villain' from 12th 2.05, 8.00 (Week), 4.30, 7.30 (Sun). Cinecentat From 12th as this week. New Victoria from 12th: 'Escape From The Planet Of The Apes' 1.40 5.20, 9:05 (4.55, 8.40 Sun). 'Fabtastic Voyage' 3.20, 7.05 (6.40 Sun). Essoldos: Maida Vale from Sin '2001 A Space Odyssey'. Shepherds Bush from Sun 'Kes' + 'The Magnificent Seven'. Chelsea—'Flesh' confirmed until 12 Aug. Music Edgar Broughton's children's concert on Tuesday 10 Aug at 2pm at Hunger ford School, Hungerford Road, York Way, N7. 
Children Harrow klub, 189 Latimer Road, W10 is running a summer play project until September 3 and not August 3 as stated in last issue. 

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