Time Out Magazine No 1001 1989 Prince 2000AD Denholm Elliott Rickie Lee Jones

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Time Out Magazine No 1001 1989 Prince 2000AD Denholm Elliott Rickie Lee Jones
Time Out MAGAZINE No 1001 1989 Prince, 2000AD, Denholm Elliott, Rickie Lee Jones....Contents as follows.
LOVE BYTES With a mouse, a modem and not much lmagination you or your kid can watch digitalised fellatio, sex with cows or shoot down Astrotits — for free. Richard Pendry investigates the cult of computer pornography, and finds the police powerless to prevent it. GOUACHE AND CARRY What price art? From £100, actually. Sarah Kent discovers a market designed to re- stock our museums and introduce us to this year's most interesting graduates. SKIN DEEP 'Adult' comics are supposedly the cutting edge of contemporary art, sharpened this week with the relaunch of '2000AD' and 'Crisis'. But Dominic Wells uncovers a history of self-censorship, culminating in the eleventh-hour withdrawal of the uncompromising 'Skin'. ME AND MS JONES With her new album 'Flying Cowboys' just released and a concert in London in the New Year, Rickie Lee Jones is making up fast for five years of motherhood away from the limelight. Dislocated as ever, she talks to Nick Coleman about the Ten Spirits, membership of the Outsiders' Club and how she hates to be alone. DENHOLM GENES Denholm Elliott, everybody's favourite oddball actor, has spent a decade embracing seedy screen roles. Now he's due back on the boards as the fount of redundant thespian mythology in Mamet's 'A Life in the Theatre'. Brian Case met him. BLUE PRINCE With the announcement of Prince's dates next year already causing hysteria in London, Nick Coleman wonders whether his crown is beginning to slip: the man who could do no wrong now seems hostage to the blockbuster ethos, and to the uncertain future of the Paisley Park industry. BROUGHT TO BOOKER Attention all Booker Prizers! Simon Brett, man of letters, literary deep throat and Sedgwick & Jackson's failed nominee for this year, here tries to crack the winning formula. INSIDER DEALING The essence of good-time London is knowing how to use it, and, QED, we're past masters. Disregard the style bibles, which leave you none the wiser; we've distilled our inside knowledge and anthologised the best this city has to offer — fashion, clubs, restaurants — in user-friendly fashion.
To this day Time Out magazine continues to provide information to make the most of living in London – from comedy nights, art galleries, classic clubs and old-school caffs to shops & markets, film houses, theaters, pubs & bars, small music gigs, concerts, clubs, cabaret, poetry readings etc. Time Out London magazine covers just about everything happening in London at the time of issue. Ex condition. Perfect readable copy. Will be posted in a strong card envelope. Our Ref: Back Issues Box 5

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