Time Out Magazine No 1080 May 1-8 1991 MC Hammer Gerald Scarfe James Woods Victor Lewis-Smith
Time Out No 1080 May 1-8 1991
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE NEXT EIGHT DAYS IN LONDON
Victor Lewis-Smith Rebel Without A Corset.
5 Opening Shots The next eight days in pictures.
6 News Plus Sidelines.
8 Electoral Roles 10 An ancient institution to be proud of or an anachronism which should be scrapped? Adam LeBor looks at the City of London Corporation, where commuters can outvote the residents. Maura The Merrier 13 Is there life after Pedro Almodovar? Dominic Wells talks to his former leading lady, Carmen Maura, about giving up bongo-playing nuns, glue-sniffing housewives and tortured transsexuals to fight the Spanish Civil War.
Hammer And Tongues 14 MC Hammer hits London this week, bringing his own particular brand of preaching and pop to Wembley stadium. Nick Coleman caught the show in Germany, and found the world's richest rapper almost too busy for words.
Reiner Reason 18 Five years after 'Stand By Me', director Rob
News 23 Shop-owners club together to fight theft electronically.
24 Reiner returns to the work of Stephen King with his latest film, 'Misery'. Nigel Floyd talks to a film-maker whose output is as individual as it is commercially successful.
Hard Woods 20 After 'Salvador', James Woods could have become a household name. But he chose not to. Colette Maude talks to the maverick actor whose latest film, an action comedy with Michael J Fox, is pushing him back into the limelight.
Cable Nits 22 New York's open-access cable TV is rude, crude and downright dangerous. What's more, it's coming to Channel 4. Mark Sanderson wades in where the censors fear to tread.
Offers 161 Win free tickets for The Mission; records up for grabs at Tower; win a portable CD player; free film screening of 'These Foolish Things'.
Last Word 162 Letters and The Wimp.
Cover Design: Simon Gunn Photography Gary Gershoff/Retna
143 Pick of the Week Mark Sanderson on Gerald Scarfe's surreal sexploration.
24 Bottle Bankers. If your interest in alcohol extends beyond ten pints of snakebite, let Andrew Jefford guide you round London's best drink shops.
29 Material Gains Andrew Tuck talks to Marie Helvin about her new body-conscious clothes range.
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Time Out London magazine covers popular and important events happening in London at the time of going to press.
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