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Time Out Magazine No 1102 1991 Victor Lewis-Smith Lush Miki Berenyi Shoplifting
Time Out MAGAZINE No 1102 1991 features
October 2 9 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 Why Crime Doesn't Pay The recession has hit London's villains. Shoplifters are outnumbering customers and thieves find dodgy goods lying heavy on their hands. Jim Driver reports. 12 The 1991 Time Out Awards 16 The fruits of our prestigious panels' ponderings on the year's best dance, cabaret and theatre performances. COVER STORY Compass Pints 18 Take a band called Lush, bung them in the back of a van with Laura Lee Davies, an A-Z and a stash of warm booze, and what do you get? The ultimate guide to Lush London living. Trying Times 22 You won't be able to ignore the Rugby World Cup, as it comes to England for the first time. Andrew Shields notes the Italia '90-style fanfare surrounding the event, and Huw Richards assesses our chances. Dante With Wolves 27 Replete with influences as disparate as 'The Divine Comedy' and Native American heritage, Robbie Robertson's latest album, 'Storyville', is a vision of American redemption. Nick Coleman lends an ear. Canada Wry 28 Canadian actress Daphna Kastner's 'Julia Has Two Lovers' brings a new dimension to talking dirty. Colette Maude finds Kastner's life is more than a match for anything on celluloid. News 31 Red Route not such a good idea? Jane Barlett reports. Shops 32 All the latest openings, plus sales and buvlines. Hip Hops 34 London's best (and worst) pubs, plus the verdict on designer beers. Corpse Celebre 30' Director Peter Medak delved into the past .for 'The Krays'. Now with let Him Have It', the story of the infamous Bentley and Craig case, he's hoping to rewrite it, he tells Brian Case. Offers . 161 Design a T-shirt; see Jason Donovan in 'Joseph . . .' in aid of the Young Vic; free tickets for 'Flirting'. Last Word Letters and The Wimp. Cover Design: Gerry Sandford Photography: Joe Dilworth
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, theatre's, 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. Our Ref: Back Issues Box 3

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